Here’s another weekly collection of Steve’s Sunday Selections. Be sure to check out each of the posts that I list below…
Our friend Mark is celebrating his first. Not his first anniversary. Not his first birthday, though that would be one heck of a posting prodigy. But his first page rank. Yes Mark is the proud papa of PR1 homepage. Everybody please stop by and congratulate him on his accomplishment
Since I have been on the run…errr … “Traveling” across Europe I have not had the time I wanted to devote to the things that matter most in my blog, you the loyal readers. Barrie’s post on the power of a personal connection in relation to blogging has rekindled my desire to connect with you all
I am always looking for a good book to read book to read and Donald has a great system to discovering great books, something near and dear to my heart.
Passion is an important thing in life. Passion is one thing that you can never fake and one thing that can never be overvalued. Passion is what drives us forward in life. Without it, we feel empty and cold. With it, we feel energized and full of fire. Chrissy has an article on how to spark the embers of passion into a fire that can motivate you. A great article, but how could she forget Wilson!
Once you get your passion rising it is time to work on the second thing you need to be a rousing success. That is confidence. We all face tough times and we all have moments of doubt, this is an excellent guide on the ways to get through those tough times.
Ben at has another way to repair those bad days. We all have those days when the universe is literally conspiring against us to bring us to our knees. It is nice to know some ways to face those days.
Noel is going to lead us in some exercise now. You all have been working way to hard on you blogs and postings and we do not want you to develop the typists nightmare of Carpal Tunnel. He gives us some great hints and exercises to help avoid this issue.
And finally we are back to blogging on the bloggy Sunday, Dean wrote another inspiring post on ways to make a wildly popular bog.
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