Eat Move Sleep: Why Small Choices Make a Big Difference

Eat Move Sleep: Why Small Choices Make a Big Difference

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By (author) Tom Rath

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  • Publisher: Missionday
  • Format: Paperback | 256 pages
  • Dimensions: 135mm x 206mm x 19mm | 320g
  • Publication date: 2 January 2014
  • Publication City/Country: Arlington
  • ISBN 10: 1939714028
  • ISBN 13: 9781939714022
  • Sales rank: 25,144

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Eat Move Sleep will help make good decisions automatic - more than a book - this is a new way to live. From Tom Rath, author of StrengthsFinders 2.0, comes a powerful book about what people can do to lead healthier lives. Eat Move Sleep features Tom's deeply personal story, supported by practical, credible, and timeless ideas from more than a decade of research. Eat Move Sleep focuses on all three components and their interconnectedness. Comprehensive yet simple, rooted in cutting edge research, and sound advice that's valuable to everyone.

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Tom Rath is one of the most influential authors of the last decade. He studies the role of human behavior in health, business, and economics. Tom has written several international bestsellers including the number-one New York Times bestseller How Full Is Your Bucket? In 2007, The Economist listed his book, StrengthsFinder 2.0, as the top-selling business book worldwide.

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"One of the most successful nonfiction writers of his generation, Tom Rath has produced a blockbuster book with deep insights alongside specific actions. EAT MOVE SLEEP is a transformative work." (Daniel Pink, author of Drive) "A passionate and practical guide to living better and longer. EAT MOVE SLEEP will change your life. It might also save it." (Sir Ken Robinson, Ph.D., author of The Element) "A wonderful book you can't stop reading... your health IQ will never be the same." (Patrick Lencioni, author of The Five Disfunctions of a Team)"