I am a sponge. I love to learn. I love to expand my mind. I love to evolve. Current technology allows us to soak up as much information as we desire through a variety of mediums, constantly. The problem is, there’s a lot of junk out there too, like, way too much to sift through and this junk seems to be growing exponentially.
With that in mind, I have a list of websites that I’d like to share with you which I have found to be absolutely transformative and phenomenal.
In previous posts I mentioned Twitter and Facebook. These are two of my recent favorite websites I’ve encountered. In addition, a student recently keyed me into www.tut.com. I LOVE THIS SITE. I’m recommending it to everyone. I signed up for their ‘Notes from the Universe‘ and have incorporated the quotes they send out into my daily life even going so far as to create a document in which I copy and paste all of the quotes I’ve received so far and reread often.
Tut.com sends out a free e-mail every day. The things that it says to me are so strikingly touching that I sometimes almost can’t get over it. One of my favorite ones says, ‘It’s up to you, Kenrick. It’s entirely up to you. And this just might be all you ever have to know. The Universe.’
It’s profound. I feel like the universe is really talking to me. It’s been a real blessing to me and I think you might really like it.
Another recent discovery is this site with 40 Tips for A Better Life. Though not as profound as tut.com, I happen to like the positive message this sends out and the tangible, doable, small steps that can be taken which can all add up to an amazing transformation. http://www.glennong.com/post/32984296.
Here’s a cute site that I think has a lot of really great information for goal setting and manifesting the things you want in life. Of course, my belief is that the quantum universe system I offer in MAXpersuasion is the best way to map out your success, if you’re looking to make small successes, this site has some nice ideas. http://successfromthenest.com/content/goal-setting-success/
It’s becoming clear to me that I’m a big fan of lists. Well, here’s another one: Seven Secrets of the Super Organized. http://www.dumblittleman.com/2007/06/7-secrets-of-super-organized.html . In a previous post I spoke to the power of having an uncluttered life — reducing, organizing, having systems and places for everything. The underlying benefit for this is that you free up the flow of energy, eliminating things that allow you to procrastinate, and all of that time can be focused on the real, juicy, exciting stuff to be accomplished in life.
As I further my explorations and come across good stuff, I will keep you updated, and I would love any of your suggestions for sites that have impacted your life.
Until Next Time,
Kenrick E. Cleveland