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Bob Poole
Bucks County, PA
Author, speaker, consultant - Bob is an expert in making complex sales and marketing strategies - simple!
Interests: observing, cooking, photography
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I believe in strong use of the Precautionary Principle when a government agency is tasked with telling me that genetically modifying fish is safe. The Department of Agriculture continues to use an outdated food pyramid http://www.lifeclinic.com/IMAGES/food-guide-pyramid.gif that tells us to eat 11 servings of grain a day to be healthy. There seems to be no doubt that we have a huge problem with sustainable fish stocks and technology is needed to better manage the stocks we have or find a way to grow more as my post describes. I have a real concern though about what might happen were these modified fish get into the wild fish stocks. I don't think we know and the possibility of creating an even larger problem than dwindling salmon stocks might be created. And, then there is the scientific fact I cited above that shows higher than normal levels of hormones and tissue inflammation. Paleo followers love fish and we make it a major part of our diet for health and wellness reasons. That's why we prefer wild fish and grass fed beef. Will they always be available? I certainly hope so for the future health of mankind. Thank you for your thoughtful post, Rob.
Toggle Commented Jan 8, 2011 on Will You Be Eating Frankenfish? at Paleo Adventure
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Do you like eating salmon? I love it and have even had the pleasure of catching my own a couple of times. However, for the past ten years I’ve only eaten wild Pacific salmon that I buy online and have shipped. Once you’ve tasted it you’ll never want to go... Continue reading
Posted Jan 8, 2011 at Paleo Adventure
Bob Poole is now following tammydurham
Dec 10, 2010
Here is an interview I just completed with Dr. Loren Cordain, the rockstar and godfather of The Paleo Diet along with Nell Stephenson. The two of them along with Lorrie Cordain co-authored a brand new recipe book entitled, "The Paleo Diet Cookbook: More than 150 recipes for Paleo Breakfasts, Lunches,... Continue reading
Posted Dec 1, 2010 at Paleo Adventure
In July 2010, I was talking to a good friend of mine by the name of Tim Brownson. Tim hails from Great Britain but has lived in the Orlando, FL area now for 6 years. We were talking about diet and weight and he casually mentioned he was going to... Continue reading
Posted Nov 24, 2010 at Paleo Adventure
Thank you, Nell! The kale I had for dinner last night also thanks you for the massage it got.
Here's the first update about my new way of eating. I told you I'd keep you posted and I'd love to hear your feedback. I've lost 23 pounds in exactly one-month and I feel fantastic. Take a look and listen. Thanks. Continue reading
Posted Nov 3, 2010 at Paleo Adventure
If viewing in email you may have to go to the blog site to see video. Continue reading
Posted Nov 3, 2010 at Paleo Adventure
Or, Why Giving Up Something You Enjoy Can Make You Feel Even Better! The video below is an update for my Paleo way of eating including total pounds lost to date. And, it contains some news about a challenge my friend the eminent Life Coach Tim Brownson threw out at... Continue reading
Posted Nov 3, 2010 at Paleo Adventure
Here is a Paleo Diet update. A warning about a very nasty Malware virus that can infect your PC through a LinkedIn email. And, lastly, an offer for free books for you and any sales organizations. To get your free books simply send an email to me at bob@bobpoole.com and... Continue reading
Posted Nov 3, 2010 at Paleo Adventure
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I had the pleasure today of interviewing Dr. Loren Cordain, author of The Paleo Diet. I personally have learned it isn't a diet but a way of eating for life. The interview is about 30 minutes long and goes quickly as I think you'll find Dr. Cordain to be fascinating.... Continue reading
Posted Nov 3, 2010 at Paleo Adventure
Bob Poole is now following Nell
Sep 7, 2010
I agree with your PowerPoint perspective. What is your take on using a short 30-45 sec slides/multimedia presentation to begin with in order to start the persuasion process? No introduction. No speaker on stage. Just the opening multimedia which segues into the speaker and his/her opening. I'm trying to use the power of images to draw people into the conversation and I am thinking about trying this. Thank you.
Toggle Commented Aug 27, 2010 on Aristotle Was Wrong at Nick Morgan, Public Words
Bob Poole is now following Seth Godin
Aug 16, 2010
Bob Poole is now following Nell
Aug 16, 2010
Bob Poole is now following The Typepad Team
Mar 15, 2010
I hear the same story from many friends working in the corporate world. They work every evening hours late to show they are team players. The reality is they are afraid not to be there. Meanwhile, they find less and less satisfaction with their jobs.
Kei - Here is a link to a free download to my book which is on Seth's list. http://listenfirstselllater.com/download.aspx The secret password is LFSL2009. Feel free to share it.
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