Here are a few interesting posts relevant to breakthrough seekers.
Steve Pavlina offers a podcast called, Faster Goal Achievement. I find Steve's stories of success quite good and inspiring. He drinks his own cool-aid and tests the techniques he recommends. I listened to the podcast and he did a great job. Here's just one key point:
Achieving goals require more than actions - it also requires a shift in identity. At Point A (current state) you are a different person than at Point B (where you want to be). There's a personal shift.
Seth offers a post called, How to Be Remarkable. What an irresistible title. Here's a snippet:
4. Extremism in the pursuit of remarkability is no sin. In fact, it's practically a requirement. People in first place, those considered the best in the world, these are the folks that get what they want. Rock stars have groupies because they're stars, not because they're good looking.
Interesting point. Check out the whole post.
Phil shares that his blog Wins Blog Success Award and named GREAT attitude blog. I gotta say that Phil models the power of a positive attitude and the power of developing connections. In the last year I have seen/read about Phil's approach and it's inspiring. Congratulations, Phil, you deserve the recognition you are getting. Want to know more about how he does it? Get Phil's book.
These posts ought to make you feel better and more focused!