The Best of RichGrad.com in 2007
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Today marks the end of an interesting year – A year where I made the decision to stray from the conventional path to pursue an infopreneurial route.
Yes, it’s not easy. But I’m still hanging on… and that’s because of readers like you.
You see, I have a vision… My vision is to touch the lives of as many people as I can, through my writings. People who are interested in improving their lives… People who want to find more meaning and joy… People who are enthusiastic to learn new things and apply them… People like you.
Now, you may be wondering… what does that get me? How would helping you help me in any way?
Well it helps me find and refine my own meaning in life. Often, when you give, you get back more in return… it may be intangible but you know the feelings are worth their weight in gold.
So without further ado, let me present to you my best personal development articles in 2007…
5 Proven Tips To Get The Most Out Of Any Seminar
10 Secrets to Happiness I learnt from Andrew Matthews
Patterns of Excellence, An interview with Stuart Tan
Detoxifying the body, My 10 day Vegan Diet Experience
A Millionaire’s 9 Question Guide To Goal Setting
How you can begin to attract more opportunities into your life
Change your thoughts and you change your world
Networking for Success, Practical Tips from Callum Laing
How to live each day and get from where you are to where you want to go
7 Motivational Quotes To Start Your Day, Everyday!
How to influence anyone to do anything
Why it does not pay to be shy
Are these 3 Fears holding you back from Success?
How to be popular like Santa Claus on Christmas
There you have it, 21 of my best personal development articles in 2007…
And how can I forget…
Happy New Year, my dear readers!
*Do drop me a comment or an email to tell me what you want me to write about in 2008!*
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