The Best Stuff of the Week

Learn to Understand Your Own Intelligence – This insightful post details different learning styles and how they may affect you.

When to Not be Frugal – Wise Bread posts about the risks of being cheap – more often than not you’ll up with junk.

Steve Jobs on Doing What You Love – I’ve never owned a Mac but I love Steve Jobs just the same. He is a very cool man.

Think And Grow Rich PDF – Steve Johnson is converting a classic book to a readable online format.

The Real Story On – Presented at John Chow dot com.

Is Blogging Passive Income? – Not Really…. Darren Rowse explains…

Do Rich People Really Give Less? – The Silicon Valley Blogger Calls out the rich in the valley.

Making Every Day a Summer Vacation Day… Tony Clark gives me yet another goal to shoot for!

What Everyone Ought to Know about the Law of Attraction – Wendy posted a video that will make you think.

The Heart of Violence – Rick makes a great post about violence. What bothers me the most is when we ask our government to initiate violence against other people we want to control, whether it be another nation or a pot smoker.

This video brought more thoughts to mind than I could write in a year. Please watch it! It touched my soul.

6 thoughts on “The Best Stuff of the Week”

  1. Hey Steve!

    Thanks for including my post here. What bothers me the most is the violence in my own heart. When you come down to it, all governments are based on coercion. There are worse governments to be in than ours, and many worse cultures to live in.

    The link to the video (the last link) also goes to my post. I’d like to see what you’re referring to. 🙂

  2. Hey Steve – Thanks for the nod. What a terrific round-up. I appreciate you including me, and it’s cool that I’m giving you goals to shoot for. That’s *my* goal, so it’s nice to know that it’s working 🙂

  3. I saw the video earlier and I’m not surprised. I think we talked a bit about this a couple of weeks ago and it’s just sad how much racism that still exists.


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