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10-Minute Energy Solution

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Background

  • The10-Minute Energy Solution is a book written by Jon Gordon, in which Gordon proposes the idea that devotion of 10 minutes every day to well-being will result in drastic increases in energy and personal satisfaction. Gordon proposes that energy constraints, or "energy drainers," are the primary hurdle most people cannot overcome in their daily lives. Thus, spending 10 minutes a day may help increase well-being, productivity, and personal success.
  • Since the book was published in 2005, Gordon has developed a variety of literature, speaking engagements, and website material that emphasizes various aspects of the lifestyle touted in the first book. The 10-Minute Energy Solution now also includes product partnerships and endorsements.
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