Personal Growth Resource Roundup #12

It’s time for another roundup of the best Personal Growth Resources on the web. This one has some interesting and unusual resources for you. So be sure to check them all out.

First, lets take a trip over to visit Oprah. Last week when I went to check out the Law of Attraction Carnival posted at Living The Law of Attraction, I noticed a link to an Oprah Book Club discussion on Eckhart Tolle’s book, A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose. I thought, “You’ve got to be kidding.”

But no, it’s for real. Beginning on March 3rd, Oprah and Eckhart will be hosting a 10-week webinar exploring the ideas in A New Earth.

Having been a huge fan of Tolle’s since reading his book, The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment several years ago, I jumped at the chance to read A New Earth when it first came out in 2006. It’s an amazing, life-changing book. Get it! And then get over to Oprah’s site and register for the Eckhart and Oprah Webinar on A New Earth.

Next up is a new program from my friend, Adam Kayce, of Monk at Work. For the past week I’ve been checking out his new Inner Peace Audio program. I’ll have a full review in a week or so, but if what I’ve heard so far is any indication, this program is definitely worth checking out. I’ve already gotten great insights through using the Inner Decision Making process. Go check out the Inner Peace Audio program and watch for a full review soon.

This next resource struck a chord with me the moment I (literally) stumbled-upon it. I admit it: I’ve been a procrastinator for much of my life. It’s a pattern that has held me back for much of my life. And I am actively looking at the opportunities for growth that this pattern holds for me. But this article on Structured Procrastination by John Perry provides such a unique way of looking at this habit, and provided such a powerful way to leverage procrastination to actually get more done, I just had to share it with you. I’ve started looking at how I can use Structured Procrastination to accomplish more. And if you have a tendency toward procrastination, I highly recommend you check it out.

And if you haven’t read Mark Joyner’s new report, Rise of The Author, I HIGHLY recommend you go download it now. Even if you have no interest in becoming a published author, there is some truly paradigm busting information in that report! Go check it out.

And finally, let’s end with a powerful, positive message from Alex Blackwell at The Next 45 Years. If you’ve ever wondered how to keep your forward momentum going, his post, Nine Ways to Keep Moving Forward, will give you some great ideas.

Well that’s it for this roundup. I hope you enjoy these resources and I’ll see you next time.

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    3 Responses to “Personal Growth Resource Roundup #12”

    1. LM on February 24th, 2008 10:39 pm

      Really good book so far. I just purchased the Audio version from Audible.com for $12.37 (15% discount this month).

      I just started the other day and have listened to it for about 2+ hours so far. I am hooked and have really enjoyed Eckhart reading of his book. He had touched some of the subjects I struggle with and has given me new hope and direction. Evolving Times is the direction I have been working towards. I have signed up with Oprah’s webinar and am looking forward to the interactive discussions about this book.

      LM

    2. Edward Mills on February 25th, 2008 9:39 am

      LM. I’m glad you’re enjoying the book. I have not listened to the audio version. I can imagine that hearing Eckhart read it himself would make it a completely different experience.

    3. page on March 12th, 2008 12:22 pm

      Great book – life changing.
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