30 Days to Diversity

The humanization of diversity and inclusion is a tough topic, but it’s important. This 30-day guide will help you get started by asking yourself some questions that may be on your mind when it comes to this complex issue like “What does humanizing really mean?” or even more challengingly  “Who are we without our differences?”. You’ll also learn how practicing empathy can go hand in glove with valuing someone else’s perspective so they feel seen as an individual rather than just another member within groups whose membership has been reduced down over time through natural selection processes which sometimes includes violence against those individuals who don’t fit into society expectations anymore.

Meet Gary Brackett

Gary Brackett was born with a love of competition and a will to win. By all accounts, he has already lived a life that most athletes (and even non-athletes) only dream of. If you know anything about football, it’s likely that you know his name. You may remember his impressive stats (he still holds the record for most individual tackles in a Super Bowl). But he is best known for his unwavering passion, unmatched energy and unrelenting work ethic that transformed this “underdog” into a Captain of a World Championship Team.   Since his “retirement” (from football), Brackett has continued tackling opportunities. After hanging up his jersey, he received his MBA from George Washington University and founded Brackett Restaurant Group.  During his time as a restaurateur, he realized the critical ingredients to success, as well as the potential pitfalls to avoid failure.  His own experience, coupled with his obsession with uncovering “hacks” and “secrets” of the world’s most successful leaders and businesses, lead him to create his own signature framework.  He uses the framework as a tool to guide his clients through actionable steps with measurable results.  His training helps clients align themselves with their vision, become crystal clear on their desired outcomes, and unlock the champions they are inside of their organizations.    Brackett has mentored and empowered thousands of small business owners and professionals to realize their value, maximize their potential, and begin to thrive in business and in life.

Tired of Being Tired

A very short non-fiction eBook (Just over 6000 words) written in a scientific manner. Each chapter provides actionable steps you can take to solve the proposed issue of sleep: What to eat, what to do, what not to do, quirky bio hacks, and most of all scientific reasoning for the reader to understand the importance of a claim and why it is recommended. There are parts of the book that are whimsical and filled with dry humor, so perhaps not a good fit for a person with a strictly serious demeanor. The best fit for the book would be people who have an issue (particularly with sleep) and are looking for an enthusiastic guide to present possible solutions for them to pick from. Some points are obvious yet detailed insight is shared upon those. The majority of the book should contain information you did not know or did not know you needed to know. I hope you join me in the quest to master the process of sleep!

Meet Milan Venter

Just a BSc Physiotherapy (Physical Therapy) student experimenting with writing eBooks. My favorite genre is non-fiction science, particularly around the health and fitness space. My preferred style may be a little eccentric but it would be difficult to call boring. I plan to write one good book a year from now on (they’ll be longer than my first one!). This is purely a passion project for me, I will still write despite the lack of feedback.