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Personal Development Tips for Increased Success

This is a guest post by Lisa Shoreland, who is currently a resident blogger at Go College. Recently she has been researching international studies as well as paralegal scholarships. In her spare time, she enjoys creative writing, practicing martial arts, and taking weekend trips.

If you’re going to achieve success and financial freedom in life, you need to have a personal development plan. Those who look ahead to the future and project themselves into it with accuracy and confidence are the ones who enjoy real success. Working on your personal development can help you achieve your goals, exercise control in your life, and make the necessary changes to take yourself where you want to go.

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To start forming a personal development plan, you can use the following tips. They helped me begin to visualize my own future, and they still give me a way to keep track of my progress. I hope they can do the same for you. Continue reading


Outstanding Learning Resources

As you know, the world is changing quickly. And, one of the things that needs to change is the way we learn. Many people go to school and assume that traditional school is the only way to learn.  I have written in the past about the shortcomings of a traditional education.

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Today’s post is about new and better ways to learn. I have been doing that programming stuff for a long time, and it is interesting to see how changes in technology make it easier to learn. eBooks and online videos are a great complement to the old printed book.

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Why TV may not be such a Great Idea

As I mentioned yesterday in my post about the financial crisis, spending 8 hours a day watching TV may not be such a great idea. Sound crazy? The average American now spends 8 hours per day watching TV!

It often takes a big crisis for us to change. And, this financial crisis can be an opportunity for us to improve our future. I think one big way that we can accomplish this is by rethinking our ideas about TV.

What’s the big deal?

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