Our Favorite Things

Check out some of our favorite things. The books that inspire us and help us grow, the food that keeps us going,
the supplements that keep us glowing and the accessories that make life just a little easier.

 
 

Inspiration for growing & Managing a successful brand

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“The DIP”
BY Seth Godin

This New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller is a business favorite of ours with a great spin on the idea of winning and quitting. Godin shows winners quit fast, often and without guilt — until they commit to beating the right Dip.

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“Start with Why”
by Simon Sinek

This is a can't miss if you're diving deeper into growing a brand and a business. Sinek starts with a fundamental question: Why are some organizations more innovative, more influential, and more profitable than others? It all starts with their WHY.

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“The Effective Manager”
by Mark Horstman

This management book is perfect for leaders of any level. Learn how to let your people spread their skills, motivate your employees to continuous improvement and understand your team's strengths, weaknesses, and goals.

the sport of rowinG & why it has inspired us so much

 
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“Boys in the Boat”
By Daniel James Brown

A must-read, inspiring story. The #1 New York Times–bestselling story about American Olympic triumph in Nazi Germany, the inspiration for the PBS documentary The Boys of '36, broadcast to coincide with the 2016 Summer Olympics and the 80th anniversary of the boys' gold medal race.

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“Small puddles”
By Michael P. Danziger

A memoir about rowing, rites of passage, persistence and trying to find your way. Danziger's tale about becoming a Yale oarsman is a case study on the journey itself being the reward. We love this story of tenacity, determination and unrelenting sticktoitiveness.

 

Some of our fitness favorites

 
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“Younger Next year”
By Chris Crowley

Eric acted as a consultant on this book, which draws on the latest science of aging to show how men 50 or older can become functionally younger every year for the next five to ten years, and continue to live like fifty-year-olds until well into their eighties.