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Conquer Yourself CONCLUSION: Resource Materials, References & Recommended Scrolls…

28 September 2011 No Comment

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And lastly (I say this with a little feeling of triumph in my heart), here’s the resource page to the Conquer Yourself series. Just for fun, I did it in audio format for your listening pleasure too, AND there’s a cool beat at the end. Check it out…

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Online Resources (All FREE)

Simpleology.com w/ Mark Joyner: I first came across this in 2007 – a great productivity training course with simple daily exercises and quick videos all focused on “the simple science of getting what you want.” They’ve definitely stepped their game up since back then, so do yourself a favor and take a second to check them out now…



Productive Flourishing w/ Charlie Gilkey: a blog that’s “all about the science and art of meaningful action.” Just trust me when I say this brother has a lot of knowledge under his belt…his blog will help you demystify the creative process, understand entrepreneurship in this digital age and much, much more



Zen Habits w/ Leo Babauta: Another site on “Simple Productivity,” Leo leans more towards the philosophical side. One of the most famous blogs on the internet right now for a good reason: his short but deep posts always give you something to think on WITHOUT taking up your time…which a brother appreciates these days.



43 Folders w/ Merlin Mann: You’ll see a great video from this guy below, but here’s a link to one of his blogs, a website all about “finding the time and attention necessary to do your best creative work.” His information is great, but I also appreciate the technological, geeky dimension he brings to the table…


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The 5 Pillars of Self Discipline by Steve Pavlina: Another great read I stumbled upon while doing some initial youtube research. I really like this guy’s writing style, and this articles always link to a bunch of other dope reads…



4 Steps to Raise Your Productivity & Consistently Get More Out Of Yourself (pt. 1) by yours truly: This was the first post I ever did strictly on productivity, right at the turn of the new year…in my mind, I knew a lot of people would be looking to set 2010 off right, so I decided to go with this concept of personal effectiveness. This post covers some of the most powerful ideas I came across all in one writing. Catch pt. 2 here…






Wake Up Productive w/ Eben Pagan: One of my favorite teachers online right now – what I really like about this guy is that he does mostly video training instead of the typical, boring written word. You’ll see one of his videos below, but check his blog for more…they’re really good. (Most go so in depth that they end up being kind of long though. For shorter clips, check the youtube channel…



…also, don’t forget about Think Right Now Intl.’s Accelerated Success Conditioning Software. Remember, this is the ONLY program a brother’s been using DAILY for five years to stay motivated, focused, faithful when times got hard and ON-POINT (them having a free newsletter, life-transformation kit and audio-interview series doesn’t hurt either). Click here to find out more now, and thank me later…




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Contact a brother for any questions…I’m here for you.


“Knowing others is intelligence; knowing yourself is true power…Mastering others is strength; mastering yourself is true power.” ~ Lao Tzu


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Peace,
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