How To Know a Book is Worth Reading

A truly good book teaches me better than to read it. I must soon lay it down, and commence living on its hint. What I began by reading, I must finish by acting. — Henry David Thoreau If a book doesn’t inspire you or motivate you to act, than it is of purely entertainment value and […]

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On the Mind Body Connection

Have you ever just sat down and thought about how amazing the human body is? It is a wonderfully complex machine capable of so many things. How variable the human body is continues to confound scientists, and certainly will continue to confound scientists for generations to come. Sometimes I wonder if the only limits the […]

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9 Easy Ways to Get a Life

Has anyone every told you to, “Get a Life”? Unless you are the coolest cat in town, you have probably heard that at least once in your life. And you know what, there is nothing wrong with that. Anyone who is into personal development is looking to get a life. A great life. A life […]

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Drink Mostly Water

Let’s face it. We drink a lot of stuff we really shouldn’t be drinking. There are thousands of different kinds of beverages to choose from. Caffeinated beverages, alcoholic beverages, fruity drinks, some made with real fruit, some artificially flavored and artificially sweetened. Drinks come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. The more colorful and sugar […]

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Stumble Upon Redux: Proper Categories & Tags

In my last Stumble Upon article I made a general guide to Stumble Upon for Beginner and Advanced Users. After doing some research and running into some reoccuring issues I have decided to go a little further with what I am learning about Stumble Upon. My last article talked about how you can generate traffic […]

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Benjamin Franklin Was The First Personal Development Blogger

I’ve been writing about health a lot recently so I decided to do something a little different for this Monday… Did you know good old Ben Franklin was the first Personal Development Blogger??? Way back in 1732 he started one of the first “blogs” called Poor Richard’s Alamanack. And wrote in it using the pen […]

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The Pleasure of Tangible Results

I was thinking the other day about what drives us as humans to continue achieving everything we strive for. Not so much how, but why do we work so hard for some things, and not at all for others? In my own life, I thought about the past achievements I have recorded. And I asked […]

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The Start of Something Great

So this is the beginning of a long journey to document ways in which we can all apply our existing knowledge to the greater good. Thank you for visiting! Originally posted 2008-10-10 07:46:50. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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Progression Requires Being Debt Free

I would say that the #1 thing holding people back from the living the life they have always dreamed is themselves… The #2 thing that holds them back is almost certainly their DEBT! Last week I talked about how progression requires a certain letting go of the past… This week it is all about letting […]

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On Food Intolerance & Allergies

Many of us walk through life with something constantly weighing us down. Not having the same energy levels or the same level of health as other people. That silent nuance that could become a silent killer is a food intolerance and/or allergy. Food allergies come in many different forms, but there are some that are […]

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