Resources

iStock_000029439886_Large“You were designed for accomplishment, engineered for success, and endowed with the seeds of greatness.” — Zig Ziglar

Welcome to the Resources page on Sources of Insight!

Knowledge is power.  Use these resources to help you stand on the shoulders of giants and achieve more.

Book Reviews

imageBook Reviews are my guided tour of the book I read. I review a lot of books.  My book reviews are more like movie trailers where I share my favorite “scenes” from the book in terms of insight and action.

Advice is for Winners | Intelligent Leadership | | Leadership on the Line | One Year Lived | Reinventing You | The Charge | The First 90 Days | The Undefeated Mind | More Book Reviews >>

Cheat Sheets

imageCheat Sheets present reference information as a quick view.  Imagine having a quick set of notes and reminders to help you with essential information so you can turn insight into action.  Cheat Sheets provide an “at a glance” way to quickly learn information or to jog your memory.

Blogging Resources Cheat Sheet

Checklists

imageChecklists help you “check” things.  Present a verification to perform (“what to check for”, “how to check” and “how to fix”.)  You can use checklists to improve your focus, hone your leadership skills, master time management, and more.

Focus Checklist | Leadership Checklist | Time Management Checklist | More Checklists >>

Great Books

imageGreat Books is a collection of hand-crafted indexes of the books that I’ve found to be the most useful for helping you unleash your greatness in work and life.

Business Books | Career Books | Interpersonal Skills Books | Leadership Books |Personal Development Books | Productivity Books | More >>

Great People

imageGreat People is a collection of unsung heroes, well-known heroes, personal heroes and everyday heroes.

Bill Gates | Bruce Lee | Chalene Johnson | Colin Powell | Dr. Seuss | Jack CanfieldJohn Wooden | John Maxwell | Oprah Winfrey | Peter Drucker |Seth Godin | Stephen Covey | Steve Jobs | Tony Robbins | More >>

Great Quotes

imageGreat Quotes is a collection of wisdom of the ages and modern sages.  Some people have a way with words.  Use their words as a source of insight and inspiration.

Change Quotes | Confidence Quotes | Focus Quotes | Friendship Quotes |Gratitude Quotes | Happiness Quotes | Inspirational Quotes | Leadership Quotes | Life Quotes | Motivational Quotes | Personal Development Quotes |Positive Quotes | Productivity Quotes | Thinking Quotes | Time Management Quotes | More >>

How Tos

imageHow Tos  are step by step articles to help you accomplish a task.  I think skills often make the difference between success and failure and one of the best ways to share skills and expertise is through How Tos.

How To Achieve Any Goal | How To Avoid Breaking Under Pressure | How To Change Any Habit | How To Find Your Strengths | How To Find Your Values | How To Solve Problems with Skill | How To Improve Your Thinking | More How Tos >>

Lists

imageLists help put information at your fingertips in a simple and distilled way.

101 of the Great Insights and Actions for Work and Life | 101 Questions that Empower You | 101 Ways to Motivate Yourself and Others | 36 Best Business Books that Influenced Microsoft Leaders | What 16 Movies Teach Us About Life and Leadership | What 25 Holiday Classics Teach Us About Life and Fun | More Lists >>

Personal Effectiveness Toolbox

imagePersonal Effectiveness Toolbox is my one-stop shop page of resources for personal effectiveness.   It’s a round-up of the best-of-the-best personal effectiveness resources to help you realize your potential and improve your personal effectiveness across mind, body, emotions, career, finance, relationships, and fun.

The Greatest Personal Development Gifts Ever

imageThe Greatest Personal Development Gifts Ever is a comprehensive roundup of some of the best personal development programs ever.  It includes programs by personal development experts that have proven themselves time and time again over the years, including Brian Tracey, Jack Canfield, Jim Rohn, and Tony Robbins.

Trends

imageTrends help us navigate our world and prepare for what’s to come.  According to Faith Popcorn, trends represent underlying forces, first causes, basic human needs, attitudes, aspirations.

Trends for 2016 | Trends for 2015 | Trends for 2014 | Trends for 2013 | More Trends >>

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