Steve’s Sunday Selections – Jul 11th, 2010

Here’s another weekly collection of Steve’s Sunday Selections.  Be sure to check out each of the posts that I list below…

Srinivas has a thought provoking post about a bad mindset to have when setting goals.  Many folks you think you have to complete the exact goal in order for it be successful.  The truth is you can “fall short” and still feel like you’ve accomplished something.

Do you have a habit you want to eradicate?  If so, read Farouk’s article about how to break a bad habit.

David has a great post about 7 proven tactics to get more blog comments… Another post that’s chock full of useful information.

Donald lists a number of productivity tools he uses in his daily life.  There are a bunch listed here, that I’m looking forward to trying.

For your travel buffs out there… Chris has a very useful post that introduces the concept of travel hacking.  Here you’ll learn about a number of resources you can use to save lots of money while traveling to other countries.

Jeffrey has an interesting guest article about how to approach simplicity by adopting a clean-slate attitude.

I really enjoyed Karen’s five+ step exercise about how to create the life you want.  This is one of the best techniques I’ve seen for really finding out what you want.

Want to make more money with your blog?  Then read this article about how to use Amazon Kindle technology as a revenue stream for your site.

Pat provides a bunch of excellent tips in his post titled, 7 ways to be everywhere online.  This gives a great breakdown of building up your personal brand on the Internet.

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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2 thoughts on “Steve’s Sunday Selections – Jul 11th, 2010”

  1. Hi Steve,

    Thanks so much for the mention and I’m glad that you liked the article to create the life you want. It seems like such a simple exercise but it can reap wonderful insights into what you want to do for your future.

    The other mentions are very interesting, too. I have only read a couple of them, so I’m off to check out the others.

    I hope you are enjoying your time in France.

    .-= Karen´s last blog ..An Important Exercise To Help You Create The Life You Want =-.

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