October 27, 2004

Steve Pavlina Is Blogging

I've linked to some of Steve Pavlina's articles in the past and now I can get a regular fix of his ideas because he's started a blog (and I no longer have to check for updates as I've subscribed to his RSS feed!)

With him running his own software business, a number of his articles are focussed on software, and in particular shareware. However, the aim of his blog is to focus "purely [on] personal development." For example, for the past day or so he's been talking about how finding people who've already achieved what you want to achieve; picking their brains about how they did it, or how they think you should proceed; and modelling your behaviour on theirs can help you reach your goals.

Today's post pointed to some useful tips about common concerns when attending your first few networking events.

So, Steve Pavlina's blog - useful for everyone, not just geeks.

Posted by Adrian at October 27, 2004 08:18 AM | TrackBack

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