Steve’s Sunday Selections – May 9th, 2010

Hello from Lagos, Portugal. It’s Sunday, so here’s another edition of Steve’s Sunday Selections. Here are some of the better blog posts that I found today…

Eric has an interesting guest post called “Writing Your 5 Year About Me Page This is a great article that brings up many excellent points about setting goals and focusing on realizing your dreams.

I liked Clay’s video post about the “Rule of Three” for creating and marketing your content. This is an important lesson to learn here if you’re trying to build any sort of Internet Marketing business.

Karol has some excellent points in his post about how to remove negative and toxic people from your life. This is something I did with a particular person before I left. If you feel like there are certain individuals in your life who only bring you down, then maybe you should check out this article.

Want to do things a little differently? Then take a look at John’s guest post on 7 steps to becoming a non-conformist. This is a great article if you’re interested in taking a different path in life.

John has a pretty funny and interesting guest post on Tim Ferriss’s site. Here he talks about How to Make Visa Obey You’re Every Desire. It’s definitely a good read.

Srinivas has an informative article about how to use a blog to accomplish any goal. He has some excellent points about how publicly listing your goals will provide more of an incentive to accomplish what you want.

Well that’s it for this week! I definitely recommend you check all these articles and support these sites through Tweets, blog comments, and submitting to sites like Digg. They work hard to provide content…so show them some love!

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4 thoughts on “Steve’s Sunday Selections – May 9th, 2010”

  1. Great links as usual. But my point with this comment is to compliment you on your report. I finally took the time to do a first read. You have it all laid out. The big trick is to take action – or more action. To step it up. Trying to do that here. Are you meeting those three new people per day?
    .-= Ralph´s last blog ..Sunday Funnies – Fire Illusion =-.

    • Thanks Ralph…it means a lot. You’re definitely right, you have to be willing to take action, each and every day.

      Actually, I’ve been doing a pretty good job with this habit. Some days, it’s over 10 people that I’m meeting. But some days (when I’m working) I retreat into my shell and don’t make the effort. But it definitely averages out to well over 3.

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