Steve’s Sunday Selections – April 18th, 2010

Here’s another edition of Steve’s Sunday Selections. Once again, we’ve got a lot of interesting posts, created by top-notch bloggers. So let’s get started…

Here’s an interesting post from Chris about using cloud computing to enhance a virtual business lifestyle. I feel this is an important post because it covers many of the different tools you can use with your assistants and outsourcers. I already use a few, but I’m definitely going to incorporate the others I just learned about in this post (and accompanying video).

Ralph has an interesting post about how to not let ideas limit your vision. This is definitely a problem I have. Often I think my ideas are amazing and often waste time doing activities that should never be started in the first place.

Justin has a thought-provoking post about his 6-point plan for happiness. While this is a list of what makes him happy, I feel it’s vital that you write down and recognize the little things that bring enjoyment to your life.

Bobby has started an excellent post about how to avoid the biggest “approaching women” mistakes. I feel that when it comes to dating success, this is the biggest obstacle that men face. So if you’re single guy, I definitely think you should check out this article and the next two that are coming soon.

Want to increase your productivity? If so, take a look at James’s post about his secret techniques for over-producing. This is a great post if you’re a blogger and you want to add more content to your existing site (which is something that I’m currently contemplating.) And while you’re at his site, take a look at his post about how to write 6,000 words a day.

I enjoyed Chris’s post about rest and recovery. I think when you’re working out, traveling, or running an online business; it’s vital that you schedule periods of relaxation into your life. In this post, Chris talks about a few strategies he uses in his personal life to avoid burnout.

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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6 thoughts on “Steve’s Sunday Selections – April 18th, 2010”

  1. Steve,

    A good selection of blogs to read; some I’ve read others I’ve still to take a look at. Your Sunday Selection is a very useful resource to catch up on what others bloggers are writing. Great ideas for inspiration. Thank you for sharing this post.

    .-= Paul´s last blog ..Keeping up with your homework =-.

    • I appreciate that Paul. To be honest, the hard part is trying to figure out what NOT to include…my feed reader is full of 50+ blogs that has lots of excellent content.

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