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About Roadtrip Nation! - Roadtrip Nation Roadtrip Nation empowers you to define your own road in life instead of traveling down someone else's. We encourage you to engage in self-construction, rather than mass production.
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At the start of every year, I like to review my goals.
Issue 112 We're on a mission to spread important ideas and change minds.
Get-It-Done Guy Jane writes in: I'm a grad student. I do a lot of online research. How do I keep track of all the links and material I find when researching? Pasting it into one massive word processing document doesn't seem like the best idea, and my Internet bookmarks are out of control.
One of the problems of working online is keeping track of your life. It doesn’t matter whether you are researching for an offline job or are a hardcore web worker. In the past, a lot of us have used paper day planners, but if a significant part of your day is spent online, you likely have digital information to track. Geekpreneur
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“All achievements, all earned riches, have their beginning in an idea.” — Napoleon Hill In 1908, Napoleon Hill was commissioned by billionaire industrialist Andrew Carnegie to interview over 500 of the world’s most powerful men in order construct a “success philosophy.” Inspiration Pro: Hill's 17 Principles of Success
SmartDraw: Working Smarter
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Kellogg Insight Architectures of Collaboration
100+ pounds lost on The Slow-Carb Diet®.
We knew we needed it. Integration with Google Docs was a super-popular feature request, and usage in general is on the rise.
It’s easy to find a well written article. It’s not always easy to find a well written article with genuine value.
This is a post by Mike Myatt author of Hacking Leadership: The 11 Gaps Every Business Needs to Close and the Secrets to Closing Them Quickly.
WHAT MOTIVATES YOU? AllPosters: Motivational Posters
Napoleon Hill's 17 Principles of Success
Last week I asked you which skills were worth knowing, even poorly. I got a lot of responses, from martial arts to programming, and sketching to survival skills. Although the poll didn’t bring up any clear consensus responses, I find it hard to argue against almost any individual suggestion.
BNET: Corner Office
HBS Working Knowledge
QuickMBA: Accounting, Business Law, Economics, Entrepreneurship,
American Management Association
Institute of Management Consultants
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