Sunday’s Speedlinking 10-21-07

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At Alex Shalman . com – Practical Personal Development the Sunday morning tradition is me posting links, to my favorite articles for the week, from OTHER blogs. I feel like this is a good way to bring attention to quality writing that my readers might not get a chance to see otherwise.

For this week my favorite articles are:

A.J. Jacobs over at Esquire wrote an interesting article titled I think your fat, which is about the benefits of living a life of radical honesty. I’m sometimes found guilty of speaking before I think, so this radical honesty is an intriguing concept!

Easton Ellsworth of BusinessBlogWire is serving up free blogging tips to anyone who e-mails him. This is part of his blogs two year anniversary. If you have a new blog, or just wondering how you can take yours to the next level, give him a shout and tell him I sent you.

Craig Childs of LifeHack.org wrote a great compilation article of environmental posts. He even mentioned our very own Environmental Wellness Principle. Thanks!

Reader Submissions:

Mark at The Winding Path writes about 5 ways of achieving maximum personal growth. Mark says that the process of goal achievement is more important than the specific goal itself. I happen to agree!

Personal Development Scoop:

If you’ve written, or read a personal development article that you would like to share with us, you now have that opportunity. Please use the contact form to e-mail me a link to the article, so that I can review it for a future Sunday’s Speedlinking.

Posted by in Networking | October 21, 2007 | Digg | Del.icio.us | Stumble | Print | 2 comments

  • http://thewindingpath.net/ Mark

    Thanks for the link Alex!

    I really like that article about radical honesty. It’s the slightly more extreme version of what I’ve been working towards for a while :)

  • http://www.alexshalman.com Alex Shalman

    Just like Jim Carrey in Liar Liar… it’s hilarious!