Personal Development

    • The 3 Secrets of Success that Influencers Don’t Tell You

      Jim sat on his dingy bed. Around and under the centre of his universe were the bits and bric brac of a life collected. Books, a radio and just some tired essentials. Some of these were the leftovers of Jim’s story. Dog eared photos of past relationships and distant memories. The boundaries of this one room dwelling were not wood, stone or walls as most of us know it.

      Jeff Bullas/ Jeffbullas's Blogin Social- 18 readers -
  • 5 Inspiring Books You Must Read on a Plane

    … I am a little disturbed by the latest innovation. The last bastion for escaping from anyone sending you an email has been removed. You now can surf the web while travelling at 1,000 kmh at 40,000 feet. The very pleasant isolation from being disturbed by your inbox screaming at you is now gone! But I refuse to fly and surf because I want…

    Jeff Bullas/ Jeffbullas's Blogin Social EMail- 14 readers -
  • Best Business Books in 2016 Recommended Just for You

    … Last year I read an article somewhere (forgot to keep a link) by a woman who tracked all the books she read during the year. If I recall correctly, she had read 165 books in 2015! That’s astounding. And, it inspired me to start a spreadsheet to track the books I read in 2016. I’ve come nowhere close to 165 books… more like 52. My reading list…

    Denise Wakeman/ Denise Wakeman- 18 readers -
  • Personal Development through Challenges and Blogging

    … want to be better at Story Telling (My journey to being a better story teller) So, here I go. Wish me luck. It’s time to get started with the first task and set a daily reminder for it. Hit me up on Snapchat and let me know what you think. How about you? Is there a challenge that you want to do for personal development? It’s almost the end of the year and it’s a great time to get started. The post Personal Development through Challenges and Blogging appeared first on …

    Dennis Seymour/ Den's Blog- 7 readers -
  • Why I am Writing on This Blog

    … Here’s the thing. This is the first post on this blog and I need to tell you why I am doing this. I’ve been meaning to start writing on this blog for so long and I’ve put it off again and again because, well, life happened. As I am writing this now, it feels like a big load has been off-loaded from my shoulders. I am finally gonna make…

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  • How to Find Your Genius in a Digital World

    … “I have to make a hard choice”. It was a long train trip. The statement caught me by surprise. She now had my attention. This was a moment of brutal honesty that doesn’t happen often. But it made me sit up and ask “that” question. What was that choice? This was a random intersection of human conversation. When sharing ideas, personal…

    Jeff Bullas/ Jeffbullas's Blogin Content Blogging- 12 readers -
  • Are You Stuck In a Life You Hate?

    … It was a crazy idea. He wasn’t quite sure what to do next but the situation demanded change. But there was a problem… The reptilian brain was resisting. Something had to give or nothing was going to happen. The inspiration for possible personal disruption was a mix of books, experience and a burning passion to make a dent in life’s drudgery…

    Jeff Bullas/ Jeffbullas's Blog- 10 readers -
  • Remente Personal Development App Launches Worldwide

    … on a scale of one to five. Users can describe their current mood by selecting one or more positive or negative adjectives, and they can write notes explaining their current feelings. The app displays a user’s average mood rating over the last seven and 30 days, and premium users can access advanced statistics related to how their mood has changed over…

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  • 7 Inspiring Books You Must Read

    … turned almost every aspect of our world on its head. This extends to our personal lives and how we do business. Rather than wasting time creating elaborate business plans, The Lean Startup offers entrepreneurs – in companies of all sizes – a way to test their vision continuously, to adapt and adjust before it’s too late. The author Eric Ries…

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  • What’s Possible When You Trust Your Intuition (Even When You Don’t Want To)

    … on this challenge. And, because of what transpired this year, as scary as it was at times, I am committing to continuing to live this way as we move into another new year. Whew! (Scary!). Yes… it IS super scary to REALLY follow your heart, your gut, your intuition. Trust me, I know. But if we live any other way, we end up suffering, every time. The ‘Follow…

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  • What the Rich Say about Getting Rich – 10 Books to Inspire You

    …. A good book that will make you explore your attitudes about money and how they are holding you back. 7. How to Get Out of Debt, Stay Out of Debt and Live Prosperously by Jerrold Mundis Many think this book is not about getting rich, but, in fact, it is. The inspiration that comes from this book is the author’s personal story about indebtedness…

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  • Dishonest Job Candidates: 3 Steps for Weeding them Out

    … Exaggerating the position(s) held Lying about reasons for leaving Other likely areas of dishonesty include references, where job seekers will have buddies stand in as personal and professional references; education, this can be as simple as fudging a GPA or as extreme as fabricating a degree; and skill set, this is very common in IT fields where job…

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  • Turning A Hobby Into A Business – A Happier Life

    … In 1937 George Valliant, a psychologist and Professor at Harvard University, began one of the longest running studies of physical and mental wellbeing ever recorded. For over 70 years Professor Valliant and his colleagues studied the lives of 268 individuals through wars, divorces, sickness and even a successful presidential election…

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