The personal development topic is one of the strongest themes on the internet with thousands of blogs and posts covering the subject every day.
Over the last several years there have been a number of phenomenal posts that many personal development readers may just not know about.
So I thought it would be helpful to compile 50 of the best personal development posts on the web for your convenience.
These are in no particular order or significance, enjoy!
These rules come from Robin Sharma, author of The Leader Who Had No Title. Here he shares the advice he’s been sharing with clients all around the world.
This one comes from Tina Su from Think Simple Now. Anyone who follows this blog understands change is hard, and Tina does a great job on taking you through the steps.
Bethany Butzer spills the dirt about what she doesn’t like about herself and helps inspire you to not feel bad about your short comings, very inspiring.
Craig Ballantyne from Early to Rise shares his 12 rules for living life, and they’re quite impressive. Go check it out. The comments are worth a post themselves.
Danielle LaPorte hits it out of the ballpark with this excellent pep talk to inspire any of you who have ever fallen into the pits and need help getting out.
Henrik Edberg is the master mind behind the Positivity Blog, and this land mark post of his (5.2k likes) serves as an excellent reminder of how to avoid unhappy habits.
Celestine Chua is one of the All Stars in the personal development industry. If you haven’t seen her blog before this post will give you a good idea of her brilliance.
Joe Simonetta wrote this inspiring post about using our time here for good and avoid self-serving thinking.
Ever wish you had a list of songs you could turn to when you need a little lifting? Amit Sodha’s list is an excellent place to start.
Traveling is a great way to free your mind, open yourself to new opportunities, and learn. But not all of us are blessed with the funds to do so easily. Great guide by Matt from, Nomadic Matt.
Nothings a bigger challenge to your personal development than procrastination. Steve Olsen shares a great guide for getting past this nasty obstacle.
Steve Pavlina is no rookie when it comes to dishing out fabulous personal development advice. This article is one of his foundation articles he recommends to first time readers.
Doubt is unfortunately another one of the more common obstacles we face on our personal development journey’s. Luckily, Travis’s article on Cultivate Greatness shares some helpful advice for facing this particular demon.
For those of us that need a little pushing to get things done, this post by Craig Harper should help.
One of the secrets to your happiness and development is understanding motivation. This post by Alexander at The Chief Happiness Officer will help with that.
Erin Falconer of Pick the Brain wrote a concise and incredibly useful post to build your confidence instantly. Anyone can do these things and I highly recommend it.
This is an incredibly personal and powerful story of inspiration from none other than Steven Aitchison himself. It’s a must read.
This controversial post from Tim Brownson on A Daring Adventure looks at the other side of the law of attraction and adds a healthy perspective to the popular personal development subject.
This is actually one of my posts. I know shame on me, but I still feel there’s some excellent examples of the power of play in your personal development.
I’m a pretty selfish guy, I’m not going to lie. So it always impresses me to see people embracing the art of giving and sharing their learnings with the rest of us scrooge’s.
All of Scott’s posts are amazing, but this one really stood out to me. As a person who thrives on balance, these tips are timeless.
Farnoosh needs no introduction and her post on getting to know yourself is a must read for any personal development reader.
This touching post from Jen Gresham is an excellent look into relationships and the powerful effect they can have on your own development. If you’re struggling with relationships this is a must read.
I believe having a strong self understanding is crucial to your personal growth. Jonathan from Advanced Life Skills hits this post right on the money.
I love this post from Christopher the 80 year old blogger. If there’s something 80 years of life experience teaches you, it’s how to develop yourself.
Arvid from Make it Happen is a great coach and his tips on this post really hit the spot. Don’t waste any more time not being happy.
Before you can progress on your own personal journey you have to be happy with who you are. This post from Evelyn from Abundance Tapestry should help do the trick.
Who doesn’t feel overwhelmed from time to time. Anastasiya did an excellent job on this post.
This post from Alex Blackwell at Bridgemaker is another meaty and helpful post for learning to let go when you feel out of control.
I’m not always a big fan of quotes posts, but this one was well done. And the fact that it has to do with life change makes it that much better for this blog
Combining the powers of minimalism with your career is a brilliant idea. Michelle Agner does the post justice for anyone else looking to simplify their approach to careers.
Sandra is one of the warmest bloggers out there. This personal post is an inspiration for anyone else dealing with challenge.
Leo Babauta is the master of zen and this post will help us all think a bit differently about how we go about living our lives.
Fran Sorin has a wonderful voice and her post sheds new light on the usually overdone “to do list” advice.
Barrie Davenport is synonymous with passion in the blogging world, and this foundational post will help you find yours if you’re still looking.
If you’re looking for a productivity post for your brain, this is the one. This is one heck of a meaty post from Mark Shead at Productivity 501.
I always love these posts that look back 10 years and reflect on what they would change. It always inspires me to consider my own changes.
Sometimes the hardest part about your personal development is just getting started. If that’s the case, then Sid Savara’s post should help.
39. Just Get It Done
This is a simple but inspiring post on action from the minds behind productive flourishing. Go check it out.
Questions are deceptively powerful and these 15 Tina Su gives us are no exception.
Don’t be a hypocrite and judge this post by it’s obvious title. The story Rachel shares is phenomenal and the lesson to be learned is well written.
This is a different kind of post. Almost whimsical, but it’s fun and memorable. Worth the read.
The Mark Twain quote train has been done a thousand times, but Henrik’s post is one of the best in this category.
Another one of Celestine’s wonderful posts. You’re sure to find some principles to live by here.
I’ve never really thought about the differences between these things until reading Amit’s post. It’s changed the way I think about what I have control over and what I can’t change.
Steve Olsen in his trademark style goes over his tips for living longer and healthier. As always he doesn’t preach what he doesn’t practice.
Steve Pavlina’s analogy of a 30-day trial to our own success pays off. Great stories to learn from included.
Instead of looking at what you want from life, why not try defining what you “don’t want from life?” that’s the concept behind Craig’s Anti-goals and it’s GOOD.
This post from Pick the Brain is one of their most popular and you can see why. It breaks down why we lack motivation and then shows us some quick actionable steps to motivate ourselves quickly.
It’s only appropriate to leave off with a post from Steve Aitchison on developing the mind. This is a priceless post.
Hope these 50 can help you further your own development today. Which personal development posts have stuck with you?