Hey Sunday Brewers!
Here’s a sneak peek inside this week’s edition of the ‘Brew:
- Want to sleep better at night? Try this natural sleep aid
- FAs are ignoring this niche, which is about to go BOOM!
- Advisors who ask *THIS* question never struggle to close insurance deals.
The First Sip
A picture of a dirty Kentucky coal miner attending a Kentucky basketball game made its rounds on social media this past week.
The man is seen sitting in the stands with his young son…
…still wearing his work uniform and covered in black coal dust from head to toe.
Apparently, the picture went viral enough for Kentucky men’s basketball coach John Calipari to see it.
“My family’s American dream started in a Clarksburg, WV coal mine, so this picture hits home,” Calipari wrote.
“From what I’ve been told, after his shift, he raced to be with his son & watch our team. Don’t know who this is, but I have tickets for him & his family at Rupp to be treated as VIPs!!”
Soon after posting, the man was identified as Michael McGuire.
When asked for more context on the picture, Michael told a local news station that he didn’t want to miss his son’s first basketball experience.
Despite waking up at 4:45 a.m. and working a full shift, he drove straight to the arena to meet his wife and son.
“I talked to my guys about it,” Calipari said.
“It’s just a great lesson, and I showed ‘em the picture yesterday of Michael and his son, and I talked about hard, backbreaking work that’s honorable work, but that he makes time for his son, even when he knew he couldn’t shower.”
“It didn’t matter what he looked like, he just wanted to be with his son.”
1 Caffeinated Neurohack
Small, sweet, healthy, and delicious…
Bananas are highly underrated.
In fact, they might be the best bedtime snack.
Loaded with potassium, magnesium, vitamin B6, and fiber, bananas act as nature’s sleep aid.
Bananas are shown to reduce stress and anxiety, regulate your sleep-wake cycle, and alleviate muscle cramps.
Doctors even recommend them for folks with restless legs syndrome and other sleep disorders.
The potassium in bananas relaxes your muscles, while the magnesium regulates the adrenal glands and slows down brain waves.
The vitamin B6 converts amino acid to serotonin, which helps stimulate the secretion of melatonin (your body’s “sleep” hormone).
So if you’re looking for a late-night snack this week, consider reaching for a banana.
☕ TL;DR: Want to sleep better at night? Try this natural sleep aid.
What’s New in SHIFT Nation?
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