Jon Gordon's Instant Energy!

January 2007
Guideposts;Jan2007, Vol. 61 Issue 11, proceeding p2
The article presents tips from life coach Jon Gordon on getting an energy boost. Starting the day by eating breakfast helps the body go into an energy conservation mode. By breathing and eating raisins and nuts, one can generate more energy for the body. Listening to music can alter energy levels but depends on how one might need it.


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