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Best of Steve Pavlina’s Blog: Personal Development for Smart People
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Best articles from the popular Steve Pavlina's Blog Personal Development for Smart People. List of Articles: 10 Reasons You Should Never Get a Job How to Discover Your Life Purpose in About 20... More > Minutes The Meaning of Life: Discover Your Purpose Self-Discipline How to Decide When to End a Long-term Relationship How to Cook Brown Rice How to Make Money From Your Blog How to Get Up Right Away When Your Alarm Goes Off How to Become an Early Riser 10 Tips for College Students The Law of Attraction How to Be a Man Understanding Family Relationship Problems 10 Reasons You Should Never Have a Religion 33 Rules to Boost Your Productivity How to Make Lots of Money During a Recession How to Manifest Money Levels of Consciousness Remove a Limiting Belief in About 20 Minutes Living Paycheck to Paycheck 30 Days to Success Cause-Effect vs. Intention-Manifestation Self-Discipline: Acceptance How to Build a High-Traffic Web Site (or Blog) 10 Tips for a Better Cover Letter and more...< Less
Best Articles - Steve Pavlina
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Best Self Help Articles from the Best Author Steve Pavlina.
500 Steve Pavlina Quotes
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500 Steve Pavlina Quotes is a wonderful collection of the best inspirational quotes I could find. These quotes don't talk in circles. They are direct and reach straight to something deep within you... More > and make you want to take action. These are not motivational quotes to read and forget, they are quotes that keep encouraging you to go live your best life so much so, that they may make you get up from your seat. "Stop pretending you aren't awesome. Your low self-esteem act is too fake to be believable." "You don't need drugs if you offer more hugs." "￼The problem may simply be that you downright suck. But it’s OK to suck. Remember this line from The Matrix: “Everyone falls the first time.” There are 4 bonus gifts in the e-book. These are: 1) 20 Must-read quotes that should be read everyday. 2) 20 Ways to make use of quotes in your daily life 3) Access to a week long e-course called 'Rock Your World With 7 Booster Emails!' 4) Access to an inspirational screensaver. Be inspired!< Less
Ask Steve: Personal Development for Smart People
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Instead of writing full-length articles to explore certain topics in depth, I’ll make frequent shorter posts, and all of them will address reader questions that you submit. Topics: Why... More > Grow? Self-Acceptance vs. Personal Growth Intuition vs. Ego Astral Projection Psychic Development Technical Background Helping Stubborn People What Religion Are You? Is Covering Psychic Development Unprofessional? Erin’s Intuitive Readings Rapid-Fire Questions Where Are You Struggling? Money and Financial Issues Money and Financial Issues Solution Parenting Sex Blogging Questions Staying Conscious While Under Attack Where to Begin Your Path of Personal Growth How to Resolve Global Conflicts Recommended Reading Keeping Up With Accelerating Change Closing Comments This book is composed of the articles from Steve Pavlina's website. It contains Ask Steve series with additional related articles.< Less
The Meaning of Life: Personal Development for Smart People
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What is the meaning of life? Why are we here? Is there a God or isn’t there, and if there is a God, what is its nature? Of all the world’s religions, which one is the most correct? Is... More > there an afterlife? Are we primarily physical beings or spiritual beings? People have struggled for millennia to tackle these questions. Wars have been fought over them. But as much as these questions cause people to lose their heads (sometimes figuratively, sometimes literally), the bottom line is that these are very practical questions. The way we answer these questions will provide the ultimate context for everything else we do with our lives. If we place any value on our lives at all, we must give some consideration to these questions. This book is composed of the articles from Steve Pavlina's website. It contains The Meaning of Life series with additional related articles.< Less
Self-Discipline: Personal Development for Smart People
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The Five Pillars of Self-Discipline The five pillars of self-discipline are: Acceptance, Willpower, Hard Work, Industry, and Persistence. If you take the first letter of each word, you get the... More > acronym “A WHIP” — a convenient way to remember them, since many people associate self-discipline with whipping themselves into shape. Each day of the series, I’ll explore one of these pillars, explaining why it’s important and how to develop it. But first a general overview…. What Is Self-Discipline? Self-discipline is the ability to get yourself to take action regardless of your emotional state. This book is composed of the articles from Steve Pavlina's website. It contains Self-Discipline series with additional related articles.< Less
Life After Death: Personal Development for Smart People
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Do you believe in life after death? What do we really know about what happens after death? Instead of launching into stories about near-death experiences and what various religions say, let's try... More > sneaking up on this problem from a different angle. Let's ask this question instead: What can we reasonably say does NOT happen after death? So we have a couple alternatives that seem reasonable to me: 1. After we die we retain some part of our consciousness, but all the physical parts of our existence are lost. 2. After we die we cease to exist. Our consciousness gets wiped out along with the physical. Dead and gone forever. This book is composed of the articles from Steve Pavlina's website. It contains Life After Death article with additional related articles.< Less
Productivity: Personal Development for Smart People
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Productivity = Value / Time (productivity equals value divided by time) By this definition there are two primary ways of increasing productivity: 1) Increase the value created 2) Decrease the time... More > required to create that value Apparently you can make some significant gains on the time side. There are many personal productivity optimizations which, especially if you introduce them in your youth, will produce a massive net savings of time over the course of your life. Other time-based optimizations include improving your sleeping habits, minimizing commute time, or dropping time-wasting habits like smoking. This book is composed of the articles from Steve Pavlina's website. It contains 33 Rules to Boost Your Productivity series with additional related articles.< Less
Passive Income - Personal Development for Smart People
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Passive income is money that comes to you even when you’re not actively working, such as royalties, investment income, and revenue from automated business systems. I started earning passive... More > income in the 1990s by creating, selling, and licensing computer games. Once those deals and systems were established, I continued to earn money from those products year after year. This approach soon became a habit. It took me many years to figure out how to make a living this way, and I went bankrupt along the way, but eventually I learned what I needed to learn. It works, and I definitely appreciate the benefits of it. The truth is that it’s much, much easier to earn passive income today than it was when I first began on this path. Earning passive income is not difficult. The how-to part — the actual doing of it — is fairly straightforward. This book is composed of the articles from Steve Pavlina's website. It contains Passive Income Series articles. Live consciously.< Less
Polyphasic Sleep: Personal Development for Smart People
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Polyphasic sleep involves taking multiple short sleep periods throughout the day instead of getting all your sleep in one long chunk. A popular form of polyphasic sleep, the Uberman sleep schedule,... More > suggests that you sleep 20-30 minutes six times per day, with equally spaced naps every 4 hours around the clock. This means you’re only sleeping 2-3 hours per day. I’d previously heard of polyphasic sleep, but until now I hadn’t come across practical schedules that people seem to be reporting interesting results with. How can this sleep schedule work? Supposedly it takes about a week to adjust to it. A normal sleep cycle is 90 minutes, and REM sleep occurs late in this cycle. REM is the most important phase of sleep, the one in which you experience dreams, and when deprived of REM for too long, you suffer serious negative consequences. This book is composed of the articles from Steve Pavlina's website. It contains Polyphasic Sleep series with additional related articles.< Less
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