Beloved by his patients, Dr. John Sarno was derided by his medical peers. Last summer, I published a comprehensive guide to the new science of treating back pain. Immediately my inbox filled with emails
When I was 16 years old, I hung up my hard hat after another brutal day digging ditches under the Texas sun. That day was special, because it was payday, and I'd finally have enough money to pass $500
Most of us know at least one madly productive person--someone who's able to accomplish more in a couple of hours than the rest of us get done all day. And chances are that person is also quite successful.
Like most athletes who would rather be outdoors running, riding, swimming, or hiking, I don’t set aside much time for the gym. Yet I fully realize the importance of building general strength and mobility—not
1. Stop consuming caffeine Although people think they perform better on caffeine, the truth is, they really don’t. Actually, we’ve become so dependent on caffeine that we use it to simply get back to status-quo.
Hiking, yoga, reading, prayer, chardonnay (but not Xanax): These are the things, along with family and friends, that helped Hillary Clinton after her stunning defeat in the presidential election last But
Nobody likes jealousy — not even the person who’s feeling it. Since we can’t do a lot to control our emotions (only the way we react to them), jealousy isn’t exactly a feeling we can stop ourselves from
What makes a team optimal? Alignment, communication, collaboration, energy management, leverage, trust, and what else? Google did some comprehensive multi-year research on this topic. I’ll refer to it
This year, skip Vail and book a trip to Italy. You’re starting to plan your pre-holiday vacation. Ski towns are fun. Aspen, with all its glorious panoramas and luxury resorts, seems like a solid choice
In the Moment is more than a philosophy. It's the name of Behr's paint pick for 2018 Color of the Year. The serene, blue-green color with a slightly gray cast represents the first time Behr has singled