Here it is. This is my first attempt at hosting a carnival. I wanted to make something which would coincide with the aims of this blog, which is to provide some inspiration and to give people simple and effective ways in which to add more zest to your life. It took me a while to check through the posts, but I believe I have provided a worthy selection. Many thanks to all the authors.
Todd Goldfarb presents Get Perspective by Working in Nature posted at We The Change (editor says: a beautiful look at how just to get on your life without letting the outside world affect you)
pnreddy presents Beat The Deadline To Get The Things Done Fast! posted at Self Help Zone (editor says: a bit of a kick up the backside to help you get stuff done)
Ellesse presents Is There Anything You Wished You’ve Never Done? at Goal Setting College posted at Goal Setting College (editor says: some ideas on how to avoid getting hung up on the past and enjoying the journey)
Peter S C presents 4 Effective Practices for Gaining Perspective posted at I will change your life (editor says: learn how to put that much needed perspective into your life)
Moneywalks presents How to Determine Financial Success posted at moneywalks (editor says: get back to basics and boost your wealth)
Rodney Burge – Marketing Strategies presents Leader, Know Thyself posted at Diane Bolden – Leadership Training (editor says: read this and you will understand that you can become a leader)
Arun presents The Power of Being Social posted at Arun is bringing you…Your Daily Remedy (editor says: he’s a definate character and provides some great ideas on how to get more sociable and the fun of doing it)
Arin Vahanian presents How One Quote Can Change Your Life posted at Super State (editor says: learn how to stopping blaming others and make that change now… yourself)
Jonathan Fields presents Karma Capitalism: A radical approach to accelerated business and career growth posted at Jonathan Fields | Awake At The Wheel (editor says: it’s a long article, but it’s a great read on how you can do business without the need to grab instantly for all you can get)
Yazan Manasrah presents You have more than you realize posted at The Blasted Crossing (editor says: a simple reminder to realize how much you have)
David B. Bohl presents Life Coaches Blog Column: The Art of Predicting Your Own Lasting Happiness posted at Slow Down Fast Today! (editor says: is happiness difficult to find? Find out here)
Alexander Becker presents How Context Creates Meaning posted at WOW (editor says: a reminder of the fact you can choose how you view something)
Raymond David Salas presents The Power of Letting Go posted at ZenChill.com Power Tools Blog (editor says: advice on letting go and how it can help you build a new life)
edithyeung presents What are You Waiting for posted at Edith Yeung.Com: Dream. Think. Act. (editor says: Just do it!)
Chris Wondra presents Music: A Metaphor for Forgiveness posted at Chris Wondra . com (editor says: a nice metephor on how to learn to get over it and get on with life)
Tristan presents Arland Dean Williams Jr: The Ultimate Act of Unconditional Love posted at The Synergy Institute (editor says: a beautiful story of inspiration and courage that brought tears to my eyes)
Alex Landis presents Are you anybody’s favorite person? posted at AlexLandis.com (editor says: a thought provoked question that might change your ideas on relationships)
Liz presents Goal Setting Commandment #9 – Thou Shall Reward Thyself! posted at Personal Strategic Plan (editor says: it’s so simple but we so often forget it)
Rob presents Early to bed, early to rise; How I learned to become an early riser posted at Dusk and Dawn (editor says: it’s been done a lot, but it’s another perspective worth looking at)
Giannis Mamin presents Don?t loose energy on the way posted at WeddInWeb Blog (editor says: when you are making progress, people try to stop you, don’t let them take your energy and momentum)
Rodney Burge – Marketing Strategies presents See What You Want posted at Lori Prokop – Keyboard Culture (editor says: it’s simple, but it’s just as powerful. Don’t forget it)
Hope you have enjoyed this edition. Please take the time to read all the articles and provide some feedback and support. It’s what makes blog carnivals work.
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