72 of The Best Blog Posts I’ve Ever Read That Might Inspire You Too 552

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I’ve stumbled upon too many great blogs to remember. But some of their content just stands out and can’t be forgotten once it’s read.

So here’s a collection of some of the articles that I consider either life-changing, super useful, powerful and wise, or just uplifting and motivational. Or all of these together.

This post can be a resource for awesome self-improvement information.
And every now and then I’ll come back to it and reread some of these as it’s worth grasping the ideas reading between the lines and once just isn’t enough.

I hope that you too will benefit from them. They might just be what you need to take action upon something you’ve been putting off for too long, or to give you direction when you feel lost.

The articles are in no particular order. I love them all. Some, however, I’ve highlighted.

The Best Blog Posts That Will Change The Way You See Things

1. The Confidence Conundrum

2. The problem isn’t that life is unfair, it’s your broken idea of fairness

3. How to Master Your Time

4. The Ultimate Guide to Becoming an Entrepreneur

5. Me? I’m a strategist

6. Life is a Game. This is Your Strategy Guide

7. Why Procrastinators Procrastinate

8.  How to Quit Your Job, Move to Paradise and Get Paid to Change The World

9. Lifestyle Design and Your Ideal World

10. How to Be a Hustler

11. Could You Do Genius Quality Work

12. If you want to follow your dreams, you have to say no to the alternatives

13. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck

14. Stop Trying to Be Happy

15. The Most Transformational Moment of My Life

16. Your Next Big Life-Changing Breakthrough is Already Happening

17. How to Master Your Life

18. The Zen Dilemma

19. 7 Ways to Start Living The Life You Really Want

20. Compatibility and Chemistry in Relationships

21. Zen to Done: The Simple Productivity System

22. How I Quit Smoking for Good

23. We all get 24 hours

24. How to Fund Your Freedom

25. How to Quit Your Day Job and Travel The World

26. How to Lose 23 Lbs in 28 Days (hint: it requires radical system-hacking)

27. No, You Can’t Have it All

28. The Pain & Beauty of Life Changes

29. Find What You Love and Let it Kill You

30. Love Work

31. 5 Hours

32.Four Hour Work Week? Try 100

33. How I Get So Much Done

34. On Refining Diet

35. Productivity Tricks for The Neurotic, Manic-Depressive, And Crazy (Tim Ferriss)

36. 40 Activities That Challenge Your Brain

37. How to Understand and Use The Power of Incremental Change

38. Fear is The Root of Your Problems

39. How to Be Awesome

40. I Quit Carbs and Sugar and Here is What I Learned

41. How I Broke My Body and Then Fixed It

42. The Myth of The 4-Hour Workweek

43. Minimalism

44. Luck doesn’t exist

45. How to Become a Lifestyle Designer

46. 7 Strange Questions That Help You Find Your Life Purpose

47. 10 Life Lessons to Excel in Your 30s

48. The 11 Maxims You Should Live By

49. Finding Peace with Uncertainty

50. How to Write Your Strategic Objective

51. Achieving without Goals

52. 10 Life Lessons I Learned from Surviving My 20s

53. If you have too many goals you’re not doing, read this

54. College is a Waste of Time

55. How I Got Ripped in 2 Years by Following These 13 Principles

56. Generation Y Doesn’t Have an Attitude Problem, They Have a Career Script Problem

57. How to Discover Your Life Purpose in About 20 Minutes

58. You Should Be Careful

59. The 3 R’s of Habit Change: How to Start New Habits That Actually Stick

60. Simple Living Manifesto: 72 Ideas to Simplify Your Life

61. Fuck Yes or No

62. An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Being Productive

63. Why Generation Y Yuppies Are Unhappy

64. 10 Things You Can Do Right Now to Improve Your Life

65. Eliminate All but The Absolute Essential Tasks

66. Bookend Your Day: The Power of Evening and Morning Routines

67. The Script

68. 12 Lessons of Waking Up at 4:30 am for 21 Days

69. What I’m All About

70. What happens when you drink 3 liters of water a day

71. The Greatest Skill You Can Learn

72. Greatness is something you do, not something you are

So which ones did you choose to read? What do you think?
Have you already read some of these? Or do you have any other inspiring articles to recommend?

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7 Quick Tips on How to Be More Successful in Everyday Life 5

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Everyone dreams about being successful. But what is success?

For you, it could be building a company, getting promoted at work, generating wealth, or more humble ambitions, such as being the best parent or partner. While success looks different to each person, we all have an innate desire to achieve.

No matter how you define success as an individual, here are some habits you can adopt to become more successful in everyday life.

1. Be Focused.

There are distractions all around us, from social media and smartphones to friends and family. While everyone needs some ‘me time,’ to be successful, you also need focus. As such, cut out distractions and set aside time to work towards your goal.

Remember: There is always something productive you can do.

2. Aim to Learn.

It can be easy to get hung up results but being successful is about more than the outcome. The key to being truly successful is about learning. This allows you to grow and adapt, changing your approach and leading to improvements. As such, make learning a goal. This will also help to keep you motivated, too.

3. Be Prepared.

Being prepared is essential to increase the chance of success. This can be applied to almost any situation. Whether you are expecting your first baby, have an upcoming exam or interview, or are considering CFD trading, all require research and preparation.

4. Stop the Excuses.

When something goes wrong, it can be easy to dig your head in the sand, but this is not a habit of a successful person. Instead, take responsibility. Stop your excuses, work on your weaknesses and make improvements. The onus is on you to be successful so step up, set challenges and drive yourself forward.

5. Be Happy.

You may be focussed on earning more money, or you may have a goal to buy a flash car. But if you’re working a job you cannot stand, putting in too many hours and sacrificing time with the ones you love, you could quickly start to feel miserable.

Increase your happiness and make it a marker of your success, even if it takes longer to achieve your goals.

6. Feel Grateful.

Success is often less about material possessions or goals than it is about changing our perceptions.

This is why it is important to start recognizing the good things around you. Recognise and feel grateful for what you already have and you will soon feel very successful indeed.

7. Start Failing.

This may seem counterintuitive, but failure is a big part of success. It helps to highlight the things we do not want and essentially provides clarity. A little failure never hurt anyone. After all, no one has ever become successful without first experiencing failure.