A while back, I posted a short list of personal development blogs that I thought looked particularly useful, inspiring or thought-provoking. I thought it was about time I began my own definitive list of other blogs within my niche, so please, if you know of any particularly exciting writers within the genre, please leave your suggestion as a comment below.
So today, I came across the following personal development blog by Gleb Reys. It is a pleasure to see someone writing with passion for the subject. Gleb is based in Ireland and started his blog simply as a record of his own personal development journey. However, he has been writing on the subject since 2006, so his site is mature and well worth taking a look at.
The blog is organised around what Gleb describes as his four top priorities, which are: setting goals, being productive, staying motivated and being happy.
Here are some posts that I particularly liked:
- One Surefire Secret That Can Help You Succeed
- 5 Ways to Become an Inspiration to Others
- That Which is Measured Improves
On a technical note, I see the personal development site is a WordPress Blog configured using the Revolution News theme. Gleb is a bit of a techie. I can tell that because he also has sites themed around the UNIX operating system and the subject of blogging. The blog, or Gleb, is also a member of the 9 Rules Blogging Community, a site that aggregates the best of the web and serves it up in a single portal as I understand it.
If you are looking for a good place to make a guest post, I notice that Gleb accepts guest posts and indeed he has a special category just for them. Looking through the guest posts, I notice some by people I recognise, such as Mark Tyrell from the Hypnosis Downloads site. By the way, if you are looking for hypnosis downloads to promote, this is an excellent site.
With a Google Pagerank of 3, an RSS readership of 1336 people and an Alexa ranking of 1,219,249 at the time of writing, making a guest post for Gleb looks like an interesting proposition, so it is something I may consider doing myself at some future time.