12. Perspective 2.0

WHY: There are no absolutes. This topic is a great way to take a “non” related topic and find value in exploring something new.


WHY: Maybe I am a little biased by putting this book in but it is my #1 favorite book (feel free to make assumptions). Lynne McTaggart reveals a new paradigm that the human mind and body are not separate from their environment. This book will make you think twice before speaking in absolutes and make you question your understanding of humans and your perception of the world. Enjoy.

WHY: Carroll explores how the world works at the quantum level, cosmic level, human level, and how that connect to each other.

WHY: The book provides a guide of human history and work in quantum physics to look for a deeper order of beauty in nature. Again, this will provide some perspective and possibly change your view of the world.

WHY: The book explores many questions and history on asymmetry. McManus connects the asymmetrical vertebrate evolution to the asymmetric structure of matter. The book considers evidence from anthropology, particle physics, and the history of medicine.

WHY: The book explores the asymmetries of cosmic universe, down to the molecules of life. It’s a unique exposure to developing a macro view and exploration of a world outside of strength and conditioning.

WHY: James Gleick explores how our relationship to information has transformed the very nature of human consciousness. Think about our knowledge about S&C is shared while reading this book. The main concept is how our understanding of information is transforming not only how we look at the world, but how we live.