October 26, 2019 Last updated January 23rd, 2020 1,066 Reads share

5 Fabulous Personal Development Resources You’re Missing Out On

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1. Reddit

I know, you thought Reddit was just for gamers, atheists, and students – but that’s a mistake.  If you search deep enough you’ll find several subreddits for anyone who wants to grow personally.  For openers, you can check out: r/selfimprovementr/getmotivatedr/iwanttolearn,

2. Mindbloom

Mindbloom.com is a nifty personal development web application. Think of it as a social network for your personal development.  You create a tree with branches representing the elements of your life you want to work on.  It encourages you to nurture your tree through inspiration (sun) and action (water).  There’s a lot built into this tool, so go check it out if you’re curious.

3. Udemy

Lately, it seems there have been hundreds of eLearning websites popping up across the web.  One of my favorites however is Udemy.  The structure is clean, the classes are well organized, and the instructors are top-notch.  Although they have plenty of academic courses available, there are a number of personal development ones worth checking out such as: How to Enjoy Work MoreDiscover The 1 Thing You Were Born to do in 5 Easy Steps, or Getting Things Done.

4. Intact

Intact is a self-improvement tool. designed and developed by industry experts to make it easier for peoples to interact with feedback. Intact allows users to turn feedback data into meaningful visual insights so they can make data-driven decisions. Intact personal development simplifies self review. As per market trend intact is #1 application in this niche.

5. TED

Okay, so plenty of you know Ted already, but do you remember the first day you discovered it?  It was amazing right? If you’ve heard about TED but never checked it out, now’s the time.  It’s inspiration on steroids.

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