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to be to learning, thinking, practices in life, values and standards, agreements and
commitments to life
WHICH TO USE WHEN AND FOR WHAT
To systematically put together the concepts of life and implement them, ToolsToLife.Com has 90 days worth of lessons that build on each other.
The other ones are content rich sites where you could read on a topic of choice or just educate yourself by reading some every day. Kahn has an order to his pieces, as it is essentially a book, just one on the internet.
HIGH CONTENT WEBSITES
Writings, Videos, E-Books - No Cost
PeerService.Org - An extensive series of websites, with some religious viewpoints but lots of value for the non-religious.
Videos, Webinars, No Cost
WWW.OPTION.ORG, (Go under Workshops and Media and click "view now" under the picture of a video and you'll go to a page of webinars you can watch and learn from. It is highly recommended you watch several and understand the underlying viewpoints and principles, as they can make a huge difference in people's lives.
Best I've found:
TOM STEVENS - A professor at a university and author of You Can Choose To Be Happy (freely readable online for free. He is more practical and the information is organized for easy retrieval. A good alternative to pieces of this site. PHILOSOPHERS NOTES - Brian Johnson's excellent summaries of the best 100 books on life, including free videos which I suggest you watch for grounding and inspiration. My Philosophers Notes Page. YOUMEWORKS.COM - From Daniel Kahn's "Self-Help Stuff That Works," it is an interactive site where you can read it like a book or you can go into one area that you're interested in or you can deal with some specific symptoms, as this site is one of the best cross-referencing sites available and very useful. I don't agree with all the ideas but there is still much to get from it. I also would particularly recommend looking at the "Bonus Chapters". Use TheLifeManagementAlliance.com as a resource for "building" a base of philosophical and psychological health and then the youmeworks for some specific references. TOOLSTOLIFE.COM - Marvelous (and free). Takes you through the steps to creating the being and the philosophy behind success, in daily lessons that build marvelously and during which you see changes. It is a site I wish I'd developed. Do it! EXCELLENT 90 DAYS OF "LESSONS". Each lesson is 15 to 30 minutes long, tending toward the shorter, so it is easy, yet productive.
Other good ones:
HIGHER AWARENESS (site link; see also "notes", below) - Uniquely useful, lots of programs, workbooks, booklets and something on every growth area from emotion management to time control, with a monthly fee for use. We would recommend the one month at a time fee, as you may want to do this intensely for a period of time, but not commit to the long term as it may fall into disuse as you get caught up into other things. (We affiliated with it to help offset some expenses, as we would have recommended it anyway. You'll be pleased with it.) Some Notes On HigherAwareness Resources. SELF-GROWTH.COM - A huge compilation of anything to do with personal growth/health, etc. You'll have to screen these, but it's an excellent directory and resource. Apparently they make their money from "sponsored links" that pay them to be listed. STEVEPAVLINA.COM - A great site full of great pieces. As he points out, many of his readers will spend 15-30 minutes every morning reading various pieces. LOTS OF MATERIAL.
IMPLEMENTATION, GETTING IN GEAR
TONY ROBBINS - Highly motivated and much deeper than given credit. Coach to President Clinton and lots of famous/accomplished people. See also this site's page Directory Of Robbins Resources, where it lists lots of free resources/videos, etc..