Tuesday, September 05, 2006


Personal Growth Carnival - September 5, 2006

This week we're back with a lot of new and upcomming talent as well as some of my favorite writers who've been with the carnival from the begining. If you have an article on personal growth, why not add it to next week's carnival? It's easy to do. Just follow the instructions at the bottom of this post.


J Clegg presents How to Create a New Identity – Part 1: Letting Go of the Past posted at A Life Journey

David Trager presents Freedom and Powerlessness posted at Dave Trager.com.

Dave Cheong presents 13 Problem Solving Nuggets Everyone Should Know posted at Dave Cheong | Engineer to Entrepreneur.

Brandon Peele presents Politics is Philosophy for the Intellectually Lazy posted at GT.

Alexander Becker presents WOW: How to Deal with Principles vs. Results posted at WOW, saying, "Stick to principles or focus on results?"

Rick Cockrum presents Nine Obstacles to Completing Your Goals and Four Ways to Overcome Them posted at Shards of Consciousness.

Edward Mills presents Caution: Singing Driver, or, Tears of Joy Ahead posted at Edward Mills

David Maister presents You Gotta Go First posted at Passion, People and Principles.

Alexander Becker presents They Call You Crazy? You're on the Right Track posted at WOW, saying, "Remove yourself from everything average."

Kevin Chu presents Statistics – Its irrelevance in most of life’s decisions, for “If it is to be it is up to me” posted at Smart Living 4 Smart People.

Phil B. presents Phil for Humanity: Speaking Carefully and Correctly posted at Phil for Humanity.

Alexandra Levit presents The State of Laziness posted at Water Cooler Wisdom.

Peter Kua presents 21 secrets to becoming a millionaire posted at RadicalHop.com.

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of
personal growth carnival using my
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