Living by Design Blog Carnival No.26
Welcome to the latest edition of the Living by Design personal development blog carnival - it's a bit late because I've been busy working on other projects - but better late than never. Thanks to everyone who contributed and happy reading.
Gayathri Moosad presents The Personality Development Workbook - Delayed Gratification - The magic key to success posted at The Personality Development Workbook, saying, "The one thing all successful people have in common - delayed gratification. This article is all about how you can achieve it in your life."
Matt presents Creating a Balanced Life posted at Face Your Fork, saying, "Creating a balanced life is a necessity if you want to be happy, fulfilled, and excited to live on a long term basis. Included in the post is a useful method in trying to achieve a balanced state of living that has worked incredibly well for me. Enjoy!"
David B. Bohl presents Get Your Think On: How to Act With Intention posted at Slow Down Fast Today!, saying, "To act with intention simply means to act consciously, with complete awareness in what you’re doing, and why and how you’re doing it."
Samir Bharadwaj presents 7 Tricks You Need to Fight Procrastination posted at Samir Bharadwaj dot Com, saying, "The magic is in the doing, but so few of us ever reach that stage. Instead we are forever stuck in the quagmire of status quo that is procrastination. Here are a few tips I always find useful to help take a step in the right direction: action."
That concludes this edition, thank you to everyone who submitted their posts. Please submit your blog article to the next edition by using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.
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