Here we are starting our fourth month of 2012! I hope your year is going well so far.
This month’s posts are a combination of new finds and old favourites. As normal, posts have been broken down into my three core themes.
Great list post from Gregory Ciotti at Sparring Mind on 50 successful blogs not about blogging. There are some amazing blogs to check out in this list. Gregory’s site is a new find, so I am looking forward to reading more of his work.
Jeff makes a great point with this post – You must pick yourself.
Though I have looked at the Blogworld website a few times, this is my first time at their blog. I am enjoying what I have found so far. This is an interesting post by Allison Boyer on the subject of blog to book.
I’m definitely a big fan of Carol Tice’s blog. I enjoyed this inspiring post by guest blogger Josh Sarz.
I am a huge fan of Chris Guillebeau from The Art of Non-Conformity. His posts, including this one, are always punchy and powerful.
Thinking of making some changes to your fitness. I know I certainly need to. Here is a post on some simple ways to get started by Matt Madeiro.
Looking to make a big career change. Sean Ogle talks about the questions you need to ask yourself before you quit your job.
I totally loved this honest post by Jennifer Gresham from Everyday Bright reminding us it’s okay to change direction or strategy.
As a blogger, we are always trying to grow our subscriber count. Here’s a post from Derek Halpern from Social Triggers that will definitely help. There is a lot of great information for bloggers on this site.
The dreaded plateau, I can certainly relate to this at the moment.
Benny Lewis is an inspiration. This is a blog I definitely need to put on my ‘read more often’ list.
Is networking not your favourite task? Don’t worry, you are definitely not alone. Natalie Sisson offers advice to get your networking on track.
This is a great post about the wonders of goal setting by Benny Hsu from Get Busy Living.
Pocket Changed – 20 Must-Read Books: The Cubicle Renegade’s Essential Library
I totally loved this brilliant list by Caleb Wojcik, so much so I bought two of the books (The Personal MBA and Book Yourself Solid) on Kindle yesterday.
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