This is Volume 32 of the Self Improvement and Personal Development Link Love series.
This series will be published weekly and will be comprised of links to quality blog posts that have proven to be extraordinary in their ability to assist, inform, or empower the reader.
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1) Ramblings from a Glass Half Full – In his post The Key Ingredient to Sustained Success? Calvin Had it Right, Terry Starbucker keeps us “in the know” with the most basic truth of how to succeed!
2) Jordan Cheng’s Success Journal – The post Why Most Successful People Are Renegades is so dead-on with what I’ve been telling my readers for a long time – success does NOT come from doing what everyone else does.
3) Martha Beck Blog – No one is a “slave” to their lives, yet many people act like they are. Martha’s post Do you really HAVE to do anything? includes a great method of finding what you want, and then CHOOSING to do that.
4) Scott H. Young – Awhile ago I wrote this post about when your environment changes, and Scott’s post Self-Improvement Tip: Ride the Wave of Moving Day does a great job of discussing that concept along with some tips on what precisely to do when the time comes for change.
5) How to be an Original – For those of us who use passwords all the time (and who doesn’t these days?), Lodewijk’s post Tweak your passwords to benefit from them lists some truly original ways to not just remember passwords, but to actually put them to good use!
6) Pick the Brain – If you are on the fence about whether action or desire are the keys to getting what you want, why not try both? In the post The Other Side of Productivity: Coincidences, Synchronicity, and Serendipity, check out a good discussion of the concepts.
7) That’s Fit – If you’ve been getting your motivation for health and fitness from magazines or the television, you probably think that you need to be in at least decent shape to get the ball rolling. That is, of course, total rubbish. Read Exercise is not only for the fit for more info.
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Very much obliged to ImprovedLife for giving the Top Post award to the Today is that Day post 5 Not so Q.U.I.E.T. Methods of Personal Growth and Development in the Fifth Edition of the Carnival of Improving Life. Thanks a bunch!
Thanks as always to the authors who create content worth sharing, and to the readers who inspire us to do so!