I highly recommend adding TED talks to your self-development routine. (You do have one, don’t you? A routine for developing yourself?) TED playlists make it easy to find the ones you’ll most enjoy.
Looking for a way to organize all of your favorite online rabbit holes? Try start.me to organize social and other sites, as well as RSS feeds. Organize with different pages (e.g., one for work, one for play). The neat freak in me is enjoying.
The Internet is deep and wide. Everything you need to know? It’s out there. You just have to know how to find it. Become a master information excavator with these courses: Power Searching with Google and Advanced Power Searching with Google.
On the other handle, Google is not the only game online: some other “search engines” you shouldn’t ignore.
Do two or three of the things on this list and you will find yourself with more time for things other than work.
In the spirit of life-long learning, I’ve started using lingua.ly to brush up on my Spanish. I like the word monsters.
Are you a replication creator or a skilled creator? Which one do you want to be? How to let your brain do the work. And create, instead of replicating.
Some practical tips on using codes and naming conventions for digital files.
A little inspiration for today: how to be lucky.
*YOU* should be your biggest cheerleader: read this and find out how to be your own PR person.
Does empathy play a role in how you practice? In how you market your practice? It should.