Best personal development resources for the week:
Life, we only get one, and there’s no going back. Do you want to look back from the end with regret or joy? The must read of the week, Liz reveals the top 10 ways to start living your life. Pure gold.
Gretchen asks, are you making every day count?
My friend Alvaro has kicked off the inaugural edition of the Brain Fitness Blog Carnival, there are some great posts there to help you fine-tune your brain’s performance…including mine
Have Tony Robbins coach you on the power of momentum in this free video.
Do you ever feel helpless, like you have no control over events and whatever you do is futile? Learned helplessness is a real problem, and Dave shows you how to unlearn helplessness.
Dave’s also discovered how to overcome his depression over the years, and he shares how you can be good to yourself. I love points 10; do some spontaneous, playful things, 9; surround yourself with loving people, and 5; learn something new (useful or fun) every day.
Are you a teacher? Elona is doing good things by motivating her students to go with the flow experience.
Are you a life coach? Elona points out the importance of being flexible, and how horse training is like teaching kids, and coaching adults too
When you take a swing of Coke, 10 teaspoons of sugar hit your body in the first ten minutes; that’s why you hardly see me drink it. Find out what else happens to your body when you drink coke (via Gizmodo)
What does the billionaire next door, Warren Buffett say about success?
If people get to my age and they have the people love them that they want to have love them, theyâ€™re successful. It doesnâ€™t make any difference if theyâ€™ve got a thousand dollars in the bank or a billion dollars in the bankâ€¦ Success is really doing what you love and doing it well. Itâ€™s as simple as that. Iâ€™ve never met anyone doing that who doesnâ€™t feel like a success. And Iâ€™ve met plenty of people who have not achieved that and whose lives are miserable.
And finally, Get Rich Slowly has a great review of the book The Millionaire Next Door, with a summary of the 7 common characteristics of people who successfully build wealth.