Personal Growth Resource Roundup #6

With the holiday and our travels I’ve taken a couple of weeks off from the Personal Growth Resource Roundups. But this week it’s back, and better than ever.

I’ve got to begin with three non-blog resources that have the potential to dramatically accelerate your personal growth.

First, Zoe Routh, who some of you might know from the Law of Attraction for Inspired Living blog, has recently released a truly amazing product, The Law of Attraction Superhighway. It’s a package of interviews with 10 of the top Law of Attraction coaches in the world. Some of the incredible coaches interviewed include Drew Rozell, Eva Gregory and Anisa Aven.

I would have no problem recommending this product to you, but the fact that I’m one of the coaches that Zoe interviewed makes it a no-brainer.

Add in the bonuses worth over $1000 and you’ve got a winning package!

Make sure you get your copy of the Law of Attraction Superhighway before the end of the year. The price goes up by $50 in January!

Next up is the Personal Development Partners site. I’ve talked about this before. And as the holiday season moves into full-swing, it’s a great time to connect with other personal growth junkies… er, people.

The holidays can be a stressful time and there’s no better way to beat the stress than to find a partner for accountability, support and encouragement. And PDP is one of the best places to find that person.

And as we head into the new year, you’ll definitely want to partner up with someone to vision and act your way into your best year ever!

And Personal Development Partners is the place to be.

And finally, there’s Rich Schefren’s Attention Age Doctrine Part 2. Yes, this falls into the category of business growth, but because, as an entrepreneur, I don’t separate personal and business growth, I have found gotten powerful personal insights from this Doctrine that will improve my life far beyond the realm of business!

I’ve been a fan of Rich Schefren’s since I discovered his Internet Business Manifesto over a year ago. Now, here’s the thing: this Manifesto was not another ploy from some Internet Marketing guy. It was the real deal. Rich gave it all away in the Manifesto. The information truly blew me away and made me make some radical changes to the way I approach my business!

And with his Attention Age Doctrine, he’s gone even further! We hear the term “Information Overload” quite a bit. But I have not seen anyway provide a better look at how to beat it, both from a consumer perspective and from a business owner perspective.

The Doctrine and the Manifesto are both free so go get them now!

Now let’s move on to a few great personal growth blog posts that I’ve come across in the last week.

First up is a post from Kat Wilder. I can’t remember how I came upon her, but she’s well worth a visit. The post that got me thinking was The Dad Vs. Hubby Smackdown. We all wear multiple hats. I’m a father, husband, business owner, writer, friend, etc., etc. Is it possible to be good at all of them? Can I be a great dad and a great husband? It’s definitely an issue that is up for me right now. So thanks to Kat for putting words to it. If you’ve ever struggled with the balance between two or more of your roles, you’ll want to check it out.

Next, one of my new blogging friends, Agent Sully at Life Learning Today has a wonderful post on Dreaming Big. As we head into the new year, it’s the time to dream and vision and set our course for the coming year. This post should help you do that.

And then there’s Jeannette Maw who had me smiling at my desk when I read in her Thanksgiving Day post on Uncommon Gratitude that she was grateful for the fact that she has “never had a boyfriend’s parole officer stop by on a holiday.”

It’s good to bring lightness to gratitude, and Jeannette has most definitely succeeded!

Well, I think I’ll leave it at that for now. Look for another edition of the Personal Growth Resource Roundup next Saturday.

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    5 Responses to “Personal Growth Resource Roundup #6”

    1. Zoe Routh on December 2nd, 2007 10:24 pm

      Hi Ed
      Thanks for the plug for Law of Attraction Superhighway! I appreciate it. And yes, I am biased, but it is a rippa (as they say in Oz) of a program.

      Every time I listen to the interviews I learn something new.

      Thanks for those other cool links too – love learning new stuff.

      Keep it up – you’re awesome!


    2. Jeannette on December 3rd, 2007 8:49 am

      Thanks for the link, Ed! I enjoyed Kat & Sully’s posts, and you’re right – Zoe’s product IS truly amazing!

      Looking forward to your next roundup already. You always bring the good stuff forward!!

    3. Edward Mills on December 3rd, 2007 9:48 am

      Zoe. You are most welcome. It was a great pleasure talking with you and quite an honor to be a part of the Law of Attraction Superhighway!

      Jeannette. A big part of why it’s amazing is because you’re in it too! 😉 And you’re very welcome. Great post!

    4. Kat Wilder on December 4th, 2007 2:14 pm

      Hello Ed,
      Thank you for referencing me on your site; I’m flattered and blushing a bit.

      I will poke around here and see what you’re about, but from the quickie look I did, it seems like a place I might enjoy visiting.

      I’m so thankful for insightful, mindful people …

    5. Edward Mills on December 6th, 2007 9:58 am

      Kat. You’re very welcome. Hope you enjoyed your poking around. I too am grateful for insightful, fun people. Especially when they’re helping make my extended neighborhood a better place to be! (Marin was my home for many years before we moved up to Sebastopol).

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