The Personal Development Carnival, September 23, 2007 Edition
Welcome to yet another edition of the personal development carnival! We have so many quality submissions this time round and it’s indeed a pleasure for me to host such a great edition.
So without further ado, I invite you to bask in the radiance of the following personal development reads…
Tezza presents 4 Eva Young – Success : Motivation: Personal Growth posted at 4 Eva Young, saying, “Achievement of goals is a lifelong pursuit. The day you no longer have a goal or dream to aspire to is the day you begin your process of death so to speak. After all they say if you are’t growing you are dying.”
Tristan presents Rewarding Yourself for Getting Things Done (and on Time) posted at The Synergy Institute, saying, “In this article, Life Coach Tristan Loo, lists five simple strategies to maximize your motivation and your productivity when trying to get things done. These techniques work at home or at the office.”
Glendell Miller presents Glendell’s Art and Music: 4 Ways To Create A Positive Life posted at Glendell’s Art and Music, saying, “This is a very helpful article.”
Beverly Keaton Smith presents The Year of the Sand Dollar posted at Embrace Your Gifts and Soar!, saying, “Eventually, every dream will come true if you believe. A simple dream that took 35 years to manifest brings joy and shows that every dream is worth waiting for.”
Carole Fogarty presents Calm your mind and unplug your stresses, worries and concerns in two and half minutes: posted at THE HEALTHY LIVING LOUNGE, saying, “This is my favorite quick fix tool to maintain physical, emotional and spiritual well being”
gamy presents My Mind Movie | Mind Think Success posted at Mind Think Success, saying, “The Garden of Your Mind Your mind is like a garden: Whatever you plant will grow. Your thoughts are seeds you’re planting: They produce, each after its kind. And you, just like a gardener, Can choose which seeds you’ll plant.”
Yazan Manasrah presents You have more than you realize posted at The Blasted Crossing, saying, “An interesting look at your life and the way you think of it. This will open your eyes and hopefully help you appreciate more of what’s currently in your life.”
David B. Bohl presents The Secret to Achieving Your Goals: Turn Them into Habits posted at Slow Down Fast Today!.
Tupelo Kenyon presents Make Assumptions Obsolete by Communicating posted at Tupelo Kenyon, saying, “We assume because we donâ€™t know. We don’t know because we don’t ask. We don’t ask because we act as if we already know. Or, we don’t want to appear stupid. So we make an assumption. Then we forget it is merely something we made up, and we behave as if it’s a fact. When the facts are known, it would never occur to us to assume. The solution is clear communication. When we know the truth, assumptions are forever unnecessary.”
Duane Mathes presents Increase Your Wealth: Bend a Spoon! posted at The Aspiring Crackpot, saying, “I’m just starting a new blog about personal development, and looking to share my articles for interested readers. Please check out my other post, Success Guaranteed, in case it’s a better fit. Thank you for your consideration.”
James presents Deciding Whether to Listen to Criticism posted at The Resourceful Mind, saying, “This article discusses how to analyze criticism. It looks at criticism in a way that allows you to make a more informed decision of whether or not you should listen to it.”
Sam presents New Goals Will Change My Life. Tools to Inspire, Develop and Help Yourself. Making Goals Happen posted at Surfer Sam and Friends, saying, “Tools to inspire, develop and help yourself reach your goals. Is your goal to build a business, lose weight, live a fulfilling life? Here’s how to make it happen!!”
Lyman Reed presents Seven Steps to Stopping Personal Development Overwhelm posted at Creating a Better Life, saying, “How many different types of personal development programs are you working on?”
Tristan presents How to Power Nap for Optimal Productivity posted at The Synergy Institute, saying, “In this article, Life Coach Tristan Loo, explains how to use a short 20-minute power nap to maximize personal effectiveness, increase productivity, reduce stress, while promoting good health and vitality.”
Howard Ditkoff presents My Scheme Team Dream: Partners Wanted for Shaping and Changing The World posted at SystemsThinker.com Blog, saying, “Scheming or creating schemas helps us shape a clear understanding of how the various parts of systems relate and connect. It then empowers application through developing strategic, intriguing, and often subversive plans to create innovative change in the world â€“ for better or for worse. After a period of undefined frustration, a discussion with a friend helped me pinpoint my recent lack of partners with whom to co-scheme as the root of my dissatisfaction. In this post, I discuss what scheming means to me and its central role in my worldview and throughout my life in areas ranging from math, medicine and sports to relationships, politics and business. I explore key examples of special shared moments, evolutionary factors and enviably successful teams that explain the excitement and rewards of co-scheming. And, in the service of initiating connection and dialogue with dynamic new “partners in crime”, I describe the similar and complementary assets and qualities that I and they would ideally bring to such an emergent and generative partnership. Read my thoughts on the process and goals of co-scheming at its best and consider whether you might be one of the fellow co-schemers I’m looking for.”
Lorraine Cohen presents Powerfull Living > Fear of Failure? Fear of Success? What’s Holding YOU back? posted at Powerfull Living, saying, “Learn how fear of failure or success is keeping you from success and personal happiness.”
Ellesse presents Is There Anything You Wished You’ve Never Done? at Goal Setting College posted at Goal Setting College.
Alvaro Fernandez presents Judith Beck: Train Your Brain to Think Like a Thin Person posted at SharpBrains, saying, “Interview with Dr. Judith Beck, cognitive therapy pioneer, on how those techniques can help lose weight in a healthy manner.”
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