Ongoing learning is important to one’s successes.
Congratulations on finishing the 30 days to reaching your potential. The series has been designed to help you improve various areas of your life, ranging from health and social activities to organisation and stepping out of your comfort zones.
However, the 30 day series is just the beginning…
Learning is a life long process. A lot of people leave school with the intention never to do any study again. I was not one of them. Learning has been one of the most satisfying things I have done with my life. I wake up in the morning looking forward to learning something new everyday.
As part of your commitment to ongoing education (having completed the 30 days series indicates you are looking for knowledge and want to reach your potential), I thought I would point you to some other things on the web I have found useful.
They are as follows:
- Save $1,000 in 30 days with Ramit Sethi: Ramit’s blog as a whole is great but I thought this was a good series.
- Tim Ferriss’ Four Hour Blog: Probably my most read blog. I regularly reflect on his learnings from 2008.
- Leo Babauta’s Zen Habits: Another one of my favourite blogs. Lots of content on a variety of topics. Leo has been an inspiration to me in a lot of ways. Check out his Start Here section to get through the huge archives he has on the site.
- Spend a bit of time flicking through these and other online resources, and find some things to help you further develop the areas you got the most results from out of this 30 days series.