Here’s your weekly edition of Steve’s Sunday Selections! Once again, I managed to mix up a lot of the different themes that I like to talk about on this site. The following are all excellent posts that can help improve your life:
Michelle has a great list of 10 time management activities that you can implement today. I have to admit that I’m a time management junkie. It’s not like I want to work a lot. Instead, I like to make sure that I do my “work time” in the most efficient manner. And this list gave me a few pointers to further my quest towards maximum efficiency.
David has a great article that all new bloggers should read. Titled “If I Were to Start All Over Again” he gives a bunch of excellent pointers about starting and maintaining a successful blog.
Maren lists 7 great tools you can use to create a mobile business. Since I’m about to embark on a long trip to Europe, I plan on using a few things that she mentions here. And while you’re at it, check out some of her ideas on how to monetize a blog.
Donald has a list of 50 things you can do to empower others. This list reminds me that sometimes the best benefit you can get in life is through helping others. This list provides an excellent way to get started.
Chris Guillebeau wants to travel to every country in the world. And he only has 65 to go. Here’s a current update on his journey around the world. Also, be sure to check out his quick post about giving an interview to yourself.
Leo has a great break down of how to stick to a meal plan. This caught my eye because I’m currently experimenting with a 5 meal a day system. I’m trying to eat quality, nutritious foods. But like a lot of people, I have my good days and my bad days.
Yolanda has a couple of excellent videos that teach you how to become a better marketer. This is a topic that I’m always interested to learn more. In this video she starts a new series by discussing the importance of having a plan of attack.
Patrick has a bunch of excellent ideas for coming up with ebook ideas that will sell. I feel that an information product is one of the best ways to earn a passive income. And this list gives you a plan for creating an ebook that can make you a long term income.
Alex has an excellent guest post by Mark Foo called 50 signs that you your life sucks. With a title like that I couldn’t help but link to it. I definitely recommend you read these—and if too many sound like your reality, then it might be time for a change.
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