52 Personal Development Blogs To Watch in 2010

Following the lead from many from Problogger.net post about the best in your niche, I have gathered a list of 52 bloggers who I think will make it big in 2010 with their personal development blogs.

Watch out for:

1. Jonathan Wells – AdvancedLifeSkills.com

Blog: AdvancedLifeSkills.com

Jonathan has been a great source of inspiration over the last year.  His wisdom, knowledge and support to everyone is great to watch.  His blog is an extension of his book 7 Simple Steps is perhaps one of the best personal development books I have read.

Posts by Jonathan:

personal excellence with advanced life skills/

time to focus on abundance instead of scarcity/

optimism and the spirit of renewal/

2. Dragos Roua – DragosRoua.com

Blog: DragosRoua.com

Dragos is flying at the moment and with good reason.  He is a passionate blogger who I have come to known over the last year and he has been a good friend with some great advice and support. He is dedicated to his craft and I predict big things this year for him.

Posts by Dragos:

33 Ways To Start Your Day

100 Ways To Love A Better Life

100 Ways To Screw Up Your Life

3. Robin Easton – NakedInEden.com

Blog: NakedInEden.com

Robin ‘Angel of the internet’ Easton is a beautiful soul with a beautiful heart.  her comments are famous in the personal development field, if you’ve ever had a comment from her you’ll know what I mean.  Her blog is just amazing and her posts ooze wisdom, higher self thinking,  and personality.

Posts by Robin:

When You Know You’re Alive

What Are You Waiting For…Perfection?

Share Your Legacy?

4. David Peralty – LifeSnips.com

Blog: LifeSnips.com

David is an entrepreneur who has recently started Lifesnips.com with high hopes and big plans for it.  I have written several posts for him and his enthusiasm and business skills lead me to believe his plans for LifeSnips being the next DumbLittleMan will be realised this year.

Posts by David

How Being a Geek Made Me More Productive

Best Password Practices Guide

101 Ways To Boost Your Energy Levels

5. Stephen Mills – TheRatRace.com

Blog: RatRaceTrap.com

Stephen Mills is another blogger who writes with passion, knowledge and wisdom.  His posts are always from the heart and often based on his personal life with a message for everyone.

Posts by Stephen:

Are We Disconnecting From Real Life?

The Investment Banker and The Mexican Fisherman

A Values-Based Approach to Goals

6. VinMiller – NaturalBias.com

Blog: NaturalBias.com

Vin Miller is a great blogger blogging about health related issues.  He is not afraid to speak his mind and has a great sense of humour in his writing as well.  His blog is growing in stature and I think Vin will double his readership this year.

Posts by Vin:

KFC Grilled Chicken: Unthink Your Health!

13 Ridiculous Food Labels that Might Be Fooling You

7 Ways We’ve Failed Miserably at Trying to Outsmart Nature

7. Armen Shirvanian – TimelessInformation.com

Blog: TimelessInformation.com

Armen is relatively new on the Personal Development scene, started in May 2008, but he is starting to make an impact.  He has been a guest poster here several times and each time his posts have been well received.  He has recently started experimenting with videos which has showed his real personality and he is actually quite funny.  I definitely think he is one to watch.

Posts by Armen:

The secret to getting better and better

100 Ways to show your boldness

Instant vs delayed gratification

8. Douglas Cartwright – LivingWords.net

Blog: LivingWords.net

Douglas is another blogger who has just come onto the scene and writing a lot of guest posts.  His writing is top class and is thought provoking.  He is a life coach who I think will do great things this year.  I believe with a revamp

Posts by Doug:

Psychological Knots

Can feel it

9. Zeenat Merchant Syal – ZeenatSyal.wordpress.com

Blog: ZeenatSyal.Wordpress.com

Another angel of the internet.  Zeenat has a unique style to her blog in that she writes from the heart and is not afraid to put up quotes, videos, anything to get the message of living positively across.

Posts by Zeenat:

Recurring patterns

Smiles and laughter

RAOKA: My pursuit of happiness

10. Lisis and Alison – QuestForBalance.com

Blog: QuestForBalance.com

The writer is Lisis and the technical and social media person is Alison.  Together they make up a great team in promoting a great blog with loads of interesting and thought provoking articles.  Lisis and I had an unplanned cross/blog conversation which was fantastic and opened my eyes to the power of blogs and the people who run them.

Posts by Lisis

Book Review: Female Brain Gone Insane

Goal-Setting, and the Key to a Peaceful Household

The Star Trek Guide to Enlightenment

11. Patrick Stoeckmann – UnwrapYourMind.com

Blog: UnwrapYourMind.com

Patrick was someone I met at the A-List blogging bootcamp run by Leo Babauta and he has turned out to be a fantastic find.  His writing is fantastic.  His posts are long, always stimulating and he is going to be huge in 2010.

Posts by Patrick:

Kill Your To Do List Before It Kills You.

No Fu – The Warriors Way to Say No

Release Your Fear of Scarcity

12. Ian Peatey – QuantumLearning.pl

Blog: QuantumLearning.pl

Ian Peatey is someone I came across toward the end of last year and I am grateful I did.  He is someone who delves into the hearts of readers and leaves you wanting more.  His comments are always spot on and his blog hits you where it needs to.

Posts by Ian:

10 Books That Shook My World

Do My Words Improve Silence?

Curse Of The Lightning Brain

13. Mike King . LearnThis.ca

Blog: LearnThis.ca

Mike was the one who started the ‘Mega list’ which snowballed and ended up with my current line of books 100 Ways To________ so I have to thank Mike for that. His blog has some fantastic writing on leadership and personal development in general.

Posts by Mike:

How to Free Yourself From Gossip

The Problem with Leadership

Thinking about Personal Development

14. Lana Kravtsova – DreamFollowers.com

Blog: DreamFollowers.com

Lana first came to my attention as she was such a prolific commentor on other personal development blogs and she has been supporting me for a long time. Her blog is coming along brilliantly and she has stepped up her writing and is producing some wonderful stuff.

Posts by Lana:

The Ultimate Guide to Creative Visualization

How To Spend Time With Yourself and Why.

You are NOT responsible for anything and how it can help you reach any of your goals.

15. Celestine Chua – CelestineChua.com

Blog: CelestineChua.com

Celestine’s style of writing grabbed my attention last year and I think she is going to be a tower in 2010.Her blog is about Personal Excellence and she is a life coach who is actually helping people to live their dream life.

Posts by Celes:

Passion or Money?

Discover Your Real Purpose (7-part series)

Are You Sleepwalking Your Life Away?

16. Tim Brownson – ADaringAdventure.com

Blog: ADaringAdventure.com

I have known Tim for a few years now and you won’t find a more dedicated person to blogging, living and helping others live their life for the better. Authro, life coach, British and living in America he personifies what personal development blogs should be about. He has a unique style of writing, not afraid to speak his mind and writes what he wants to write.

Posts by Tim:

The Ultimate Goal Setting Post

Call That A Goal? THIS is a Goal!

The Real Purpose of News

17. Mary Jaksch – GoodLifeZen.com

Blog: GoodLifeZen.com

Mary is another blogger I met at the A-List blogging bootcamp as she was helping Leo to run it. I hadn’t heard of her before but she was already running a very successful blog of her own at the time. Mary’s posts are often long but never boring and I have often bookmarked them to go back and read.

Posts by Mary:

How to Develop Intelligence at Any Age

How to Start Meditating

How to Make a True Friend

18. John Anyasor – HiLife2B.com

Blog: HiLife2B.com

John wrote a post for me back in August of this year and I was extremely impressed with the way he was going about his blogging career. He seemed to be everywhere and reminded me of Leo Babauta. His writing always hits the mark and if he sticks with it will be huge in 2010.

Blog Update: The Road Ahead

Hatred Only Serves to Hurt, Not to Help

How to Get Your Groove Back: Writing, Dancing, Singing, Etc.

19. Gail Brenner – AFlourishingLife.com

Blog: AFlourishingLife.com

Gail Brenner came onto my radar at the latter half of last year and recently wrote a great post on CYT. Her writing seems to grab the reader and suck them in from the very first sentence. I think she could be another ‘Angel of the net’ and one to watch in 2010.

Posts by Gail:

Is It Time to Forgive?

The Wisdom of Restraining Yourself

How (and Why) to Make Fear Your Friend

20. Steve – MyWifeQuitHerJob.com

Blog: MyWifeQuitHerJob.com

I have known Steve for some time now as well and whilst his blog is not strictly personal development it has helped me a lot over the last year. His blog looks at his and his wife’s online store and how they went from $0 to $100,000 per year with their online linen store. It is inspiring and fantastic to read.

Posts by Steve:

How We Stopped Short Of Becoming Lazy Pieces Of Crap

Pricing: Psychological Mind Games That Stores Play

Starting Your Own Business: Do You Have To Risk Your Life Savings?

21. Nadia – HappyLotus.com

Blog: HappyLotus.com

Nadia is another recent blog I came across due to her writing comments on other blogs as well as mine. I love her spiritual writing and quest for enlightenment. her blog is like visiting a Zen garden, I am always at peace when I leave there.

Posts by Nadia

Deja Vu All Over Again: Personal Journey 2.0, My Poetry Book & A Very Important Question For You

Decisions, Decisions, Decisions

The Power of Re-Invention

22. David Cain – Raptitude.com

Blog: Raptitude.com

David only started his blog 1 year ago and it is a rising star in the personal development world. I came across him via Twitter and read a few of his posts and immediately signed up to his posts via Google reader.

Posts by David:

88 Important Truths I’ve Learned About Life

Six Amazing Songs That Illustrate What it Means to Be Human

Why Happiness is Such a Struggle

23. Lance – JungleOfLife.com

Blog: JungleOfLife.com

Lance is one of the most down to earth but enlightened bloggers I have read. His conversational style is engaging and yet always teaching. I think he will be bigger and better this year.

Posts by Lance:

Weeds…In Your Life

Clarity = Direction


24. Lori Franklin – JaneBeNimble.com

Blog: JaneBeNimble.com

Lori is another find of late last year and some I signed up to straight away when I read her about me page. NIMBLE is an acronym and you’ll have to visit the blog to0 find out what she called it JaneBeNimble. her writing is funny, enlightening and quirky.

Posts by Lori:

My Writing Life: An Answered Question

Front Porch: Cardboard Sleds, Machu Picchu, and Sami May

Random Acts of Kick Arse: Wacky

25. Jeffrey Tang – ArtOfGreatThings.com

Blog: ArtOfGreatThings.com

Jeffrey’s blog is simplicity in itself. A great design coupled with fantastic writing and topics and you have the makings of a great blogger. I met jeffery at the A-List Blogging bootcamp and he has gone from strength to strength.

Posts by Jeffrey:

A Guide to Self-Reliance Minimalism

Why I’m Cutting Back on Multi-Tasking (And You Should Too)

The Number One Question Entrepreneurs Forget to Ask

26. Dani – PositivelyPresent.com

Blog: PositivelyPresent.com

Dani’s posts are always interesting and quirky and is a mixture of life lessons. poetry, life affirming readings etc. I came across her with her prolific commenting policy on other blogs which seems to have paid off.

Posts by Dani:

A positive present for you

How to be beautiful from the outside in

The difference between happy and not unhappy

27. Arvind Devalia – ArvindDevalia.com

Blog: ArvindDevalia.com

Arvind has had an amazingly busy year this year with lots of projects under his belt. he is a natural leader and writes about peace, love and everything personal development. I think he will go on to be a star on the blogging world.

Posts by Arvind:

6 Key Lessons in Life from a 140 year Old Man

Make It Happen in 30 Days – Just Go On An Adventure!

Blue Moon means its Time for New Beginnings!

28. Friar – DeepFriar.com

Blog: DeepFriar.Wordpress.com

Friar has to be the funniest personal development blogger I have read. His posts are always worth visiting and you will never be disappointed when you read his posts.

Posts by Friar:

An Open Letter to Lucky Charms

Corporate Buzzwords

French Candian Expressions

29. Anastasiya Goers – BalanceInMe.com

Blog: BalanceInMe.com

Anastasiya is another wonderful soul writing on the internet. I met her at the A-List Blogging bootcamp (so many great bloggers came from there) and she has gone on to be a great blogger and great support over the last 6 months.

Posts by Anastasiya:

The Myth of Personal Independence. Are You Falling for It?

Balance Your Life in Two Days

A Simple Guide to Frugal Organic Eating

30. Lodewijk van den Broek – BeAnOriginal.net

Blog: BeAnOriginal.net

Lodewijk has been around for a number of years but has recently re-invented himself and his blog. he has always been a great support and always written some great posts in the past. I am hopeful for him in 2010 on his new domain and am looking forward to his writing again.

Posts by Lodewijk

On Being original

New Beginning

31. Amit Sodha – UnlimitedChoice.org

Blog: UnlimitedChoice.org

Amit has been a very recent find for me and he is a great poster for how blog commenting can be useful to get your name and face known to other bloggers. I seem to see him everywhere, so much so I had to check his blog out and what a great blog it is. Definitely one to watch for 2010.

Posts by Amit:

Perception Vs Reality

Going It Alone


32. Carolyn Rubenstein – CarolynRubenstein.com

Blog: CarolynRubenstein.com

Carolyn is a rare soul who goes out of her way to help others in life. She has worked with children with cancer and is an author, frequent television guest and blogger on huffinton post and Psychology Today and when you read her writing you immediately get the reason why she is so sought after.

Posts by Carolyn:

50 Ways to Add Joy to Your Day

You Don’t Have To Know

Are the odds in your favor?

33. Rosie Jones – LoveLifeGodSexMoney.com

Blog: LoveLifeGodSexMoney.com

Rosie is a baulchy, outspoken, but an extremely talented individual. She is a songwriter, singer, producer, writer, and coach . her writing will grab you where it hurts but it always delivers the message.

Posts by Rosie:

Attitude of gratitude

The power of ‘Just get on with it’

Letter to Jennifer Ellison

34. Ayo Olaniyan – DiscoveringPurpose.co.uk

Blog: DiscoveringPurpose.co.uk

Ayo has been fantastic over the last year and I am so glad I met him. He was the brains behind ‘Meet The Coach’ series which went down well with readers and he also guest posted a few times. His blog is also a fantastic read.

Posts by Ayo:

Tips To Become Hot!!!!!!!

20 Ways To Build Resilience

My Final Word: THANK YOU!!!

35. Nik Karlil – PersonalDevelopmentPro.com

Blog: PersonalDevelopmentPro.com

Nik Karlil was a member of the A-List blogging Bootcamp and has gone on to good things over the last year. A regular commenter and guest author on CYT, I have grown to really like him and his blog and wish him big things in 2010.

Posts by Nik:

How To Be Interesting

15 Ways To Get Smarter (and wiser)

Houdini, Blank State and Calmness

36. Eduard Ezeanu – PeopleSkilsDecoded.com

Blog: People Skills Decoded

Eduard burst onto the scene about 4 months ago and really got himself known with his guest posting and commenting policy. His writing is refreshing and his blog equally so. He is going to be big if he continues doing what he’s doing.

Posts by Eduard:

Effective personal development starts here

Positive thinking won’t help you now

Smile! Real, fake, people can’t really tell

37. Jonathan Beebe – DevelopMinds.com

Blog: DevelopMinds.com

Jonathan has only been blogging for about 1 year but is doing great and making big strides on the blog front. He is interested in the same kind of mind tools which is why he stood out for me and he subsequently guest posted on CYT. I think he has a great future ahead of him.

Posts by Jonathan:

Feed Your Mind – Part One

Stress and Your Mind

Best of Develop Minds Blog 2009

38. Mr Self Development – MrSelfDevelopment.com

Blog: MrSelfDevelopment.com

A no nonsense blogger who I admire a lot for his tenacity and view of life, you can’t help but love his writing and I think he will make it big time in 2010.

Posts by MrSelfDevelopment:

5 Steps to a Six Pack

Sex Contracts

How to Discover Your Life’s Purpose in the Next 10 Minutes

39. Tess Marshall – TheBoldLife.com

Blog: The BoldLife.com

Tess is another blogger who regularly comments on other blogs. She has recently written a great post on CYT and I have checked out her blog on and off over the last few months and I’ve never been disappointed when I visited her blog.

Posts by Tess:

Local Grocery Store’s Happiest Employee

60 Ways To Become The Person You Love

Love Yourself: Be The Underdog

40. Sherri – SereneJourney.com

Blog: SereneJourney.com

Sherri is yet another blogger from the A-List Bloogging Bootcamp. Sherri has a great blog here and has also started one at ZenFamilyHabits.net which is an offshoot of the famous Zen-Habits.net blog by Leo Babauta.

Posts by Sherri:

Quick Clean Your Home In Under 20 Minutes

Secrets of the Perpetually Unhappy

Purge Just 7 Things – A Weekend Challenge

41. Belinda Munoz – TheHalfWayPoint.net

Blog: TheHalfWayPoint.net

Belinda has a blog which has a simple, clean design which is like her writing. She has been another great support to CYT over the last year. I think this is the year her blog will take off.

Posts by Belinda:

Philanthropy 101: Learning to Give

50 Simple Ways to Pay It Forward

5 Critical Skills We Must Never Lose in the Information Age

42. Dayne – TheHappySelf.com

Blog: TheHappySelf.com

Dayne is someone I met through twitter and have followed his blog posts with interest. He has a great design on his blog and I like his writing style and overall feel of his writing and think he will make 2010 his own.

Posts by dayne:

Living Naked: Personal Transformation Through Bare Simplicity

Two Magic Words To Eliminate Anxiety and Panic

Zen and The Awakened Soul

43. Eren McKay – EmbracingHome.com

Blog: EmbracingHome.com

Eren has a great blog but when I first visited it I thought it was a girlie girlie blog, but then I read her writing and quickly changed my mind. She is a christian blogger who doesn’t mind hearing other peoples opinions. It is a family oriented blog with a christian outlook and even though I am not a believer of God I respect her writing.

Posts by Eren:

How to organize important office files organizing papers – end clutter today

Weight Loss Motivation Tips and Encouragement

Goal Based Ethics — Why is Setting Goals Important?

44. Justin Dixon – ALittleBetter.net

Blog: ALittleBetter.net

Justin is a blogger who doesn’t mind speaking his mind and I have spoken with him on several conference calls from the bootcamp. His writing is top notch, and is a frequent guest blogger. I haven’t seen him around for a few weeks so hopefully, he’s only having a little break.

Posts by Justin:

How to Prepare Yourself For a Marriage That Lasts

13 Profound Statements Via Twitter

How to Choose and Attract Friends Wisely

45. Walter Adena – LionSlinger.com

Blog: LionSlinger.com

Walter has a great blog which is well design and easy to navigate. I recently discovered his blog through his commenting and found it to be a great place for personal development. He has already made strides with his blog and I believe he will do even better this year.

Posts by Walter

Nobody wants to listen

Why are we having problems with problem?

Pitfalls of instant gratification

46. Mark Foo – TheBigDreamer.com

Blog: TheBigDreamer.com

Mark is a very recent find for me and I have only read his posts through email and other bloggers blogs due to a problem with his site. I think he will be one to watch this year.

Posts by Mark:

Positive Thinking – Why You Need It To Succeed

25 Ways To Influence Others

How To Raise Your Self-Esteem By Acknowledging And Accepting Yourself

47. Brett – DareToExpress.com

Blog: DareToExpress.com

Brett is young blogger in every sense and I love his style of writing and the way he is not afraid to use new media to get through to his audience. A lot of people will now brett through his comments and his blog, only a few months old, will be huge in 2010.

Posts by Brett:

How To Disarm Fear

Presence Makes Everything You Do A Celebration of Your Life

Memento and The Dark Side of Personal Development

48. Robin Dickinson – RadSmarts.com

Blog: RadSmarts.com

Robin has been a great help to CYT over the last year and I only recently visited his blog and discovered how great it was. His writing is a mix of business and personal development and written with a very intelligent, and clear voice. I hope Robin makes it as big as he deserves.

Posts by Robin:

How leading bloggers write highly effect…

A perfect tweet

An incredibly effective writing formula

49. Nea – Blog.SelfImprovementSaga.com

Blog: SelfImprovementSaga.com

nea’s blog is about the law of attraction but definitely falls into the category of personal development. She has been seen a lot around CYT and I think her blog is a great place to spend some time and read her writing.

Posts by Nea:

Law of Attraction Bible Debate: Is It Against Your Religion?

Self Improvement Journey from Zero Talent to Extraordinary Success

Inspirational Story – Blind Mountain Hikers

50. Evelyn Lim – AbundanceTapestry.com

Blog: AbundanceTapestry.com

The lovely Evelyn Lim has embraced the internet in all it’s glory and uses it for her business, her life coaching and her writing. Her writing is focused on the law of attraction and there are some great articles over there.

Posts by Evelyn:

How To Love Yourself In 17 Ways

A Random Act of Kindness: 15 Ideas To Kickstart Your Intention

Reduce Junk Food Cravings in Only 9 Minutes

51. Alex Fayle – SomedaySyndrome.com

Blog: SomedaySyndrome.com

Alex is another blogger who I found out about through twitter and I am so glad I did. His posts are infrequent but they are worth reading when they come out. If he is still into blogging and posts regularly he has a hit on his hands.

Posts by Alex:

Resolving to Be Happier: The Happiness Project

Dealing with Detours & Limited Visibility: Planning vs Living

Course Changes on the Someday Journey: Reorienting Goals

52. Timothy Enalls – InspirationPro.net

Blog: InspirationPro.net

Timothy has been supporting CYT for a few months now and with his comments I have followed his blog and I think he will make it big and be one to watch for 2010.

posts by Timothy:

12 Fundamentals of Instant Charisma

Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Greatest Message to the World

9 Powerful Techniques for Persuading People

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  1. changing for the better is a good idea. I enjoyed reading such wonderful blog

  2. Seriously, these blogs are just great. They teach us about ourselves and how we can be the best we can be. Thanks guys!

  3. Great list, thanks for sharing.

  4. excellent list thanks for joining me this will very useful for me

  5. I’m slowly working through these! ;-)

  6. Dear Steve
    I admit I have not seen such a comprehensive site with very good recommendations for long.
    Thanks for everything,
    Aziz M.Tehrani

  7. WOW… I am so glad I stumbled up this blog. Great info and I look forward to learning more from everyone here :-)

  8. Hi Steve, I was just kind of nosying around tonight and came across your blog and I am so glad I did. I guess its about time for your to make a 2011 list now?? :-) – I will keep an eye on you and look forward reading more great content. Fantastic list of personal development people and blogs. It will be lovely to have a good read! Thanks so much! ~Jayne~

  9. This is such a wonderful resource…thank you for pulling it together and sharing with the world! Kim – Possibility Diva

  10. Hi Steve,

    Thanks for compiling this. I plan to do some guest posts for some of these people next year.

    And next year please consider adding my blog.

    Regards, Morty

  11. Wow, thanks for the great list of personal development blogs. Many of these I have never heard of before. There is so much good information out there that many people don’t know where to start. With a list like this, now we do. Keep up the great blog!

  12. Hi Steven,
    I’m new to your blog but I’m interested in personal development among other things :) and have gone through many great personal changes thanks to it.

    The list of blogs and including your blog is a great source of information. Thank you for bringing all them together.
    I only know a couple of them, so the more great stuff to read:)

  13. Hi Steven,

    Fantastic list. Some of the people I respect the most are on this list. I look forward to reading the ones I haven’t met yet as I really appreciate your taste.

  14. I am developing my two month old personal development blog. This list will be very useful to me. I will visit them one by one. I hope one day my blog will be included in the list. Thanks Steven.

  15. Thank You Really!
    Changing My Life!

  16. I recommend Alex Franzen’s Unicorns for Socialism site. She’s a rockstar at revamping your image and outlook! http://unicornsforsocialism.com/

  17. Hallo Steven and the group:)

    thanks for the list, I will check them out…It is just very interesting to have a brief look on many sites one after another, one can see the personalities if they are there.

    btw- dragos, is interesting, I like it for his ability to talk clearly


  18. Hi Stephen, how are you?

    I am writing a similar post about the “top 10 bloggers that are making headlines” and your site is one of them.

    keep up with the great information.


    .-= Brian´s last blog ..10 Remarkable Differences between Procrastinators and Go-Getters – Which Side Are You On? =-.

  19. Steven,

    This is a really great list. I enjoyed going through it and learning how you came across each site. I haven’t spent much time on your site – but definitely look forward to learning more about you and what you write. I hope to one day be on a list like this!!! Thanks again!

    .-= Mike aka Find Inspiration´s last blog ..20 Ways to Find Inspiration: #17 =-.

  20. Hi Stephen,
    Wow! I am new to this blogging thing and really appreciated your insightful list which shortened the path to some fantastic blogs! I started a blog last month…www.goodoodles.com because its part of my journey and my need to create some positive, good content which I hope will make a difference to somebody(ies). I don’t know who decided for us all that newspapers, television, movies should be filled with the worst news and most violent images. Frankly, I don’t think they inspire goodness or send us in a more positive direction. I know that we are getting images of very disturbed waters, but what about all the moments those waters are calm, beautiful, at peace? Shouldn’t we rejoice in those and let them motivate us in a positive way! Goodoodles is my effort at getting the good out there. Thanks for sharing yours and all these sites that inspire! And any feedback or comments on goodoodles…always welcome! Happy Tuesday! April

  21. Fantastic list, thanks. I will link to this from my website for my readers to benefit from. Thanks again :)

  22. I don’t know what to say Steven. Thanks a lot for including me on your list. :-)

  23. Stevepavlina.com?!

  24. Thanks Steven for this excellent list – and of course for eing included and for your kind words of commendation.

    You are actually one of my role models in how to create a succesful blog and incisive writing.

    Thanks again.

    Now to check out all the other blogs listed above….:-)
    .-= Arvind Devalia´s last blog ..Let Peace Begin with Me and You =-.

  25. Wow – thank you so much, Steven! It’s an honor to be included in this truly remarkable list. I’m so grateful for your kind words :). I look forward to visiting each of these blogs!

  26. I’m a bit late to the party here (even later than Mark!!) … but never too late to say ‘WOW!’ and thank you so much Steven for the kind words and the great company you’ve put me with. I know and am inspired by many of these bloggers so I am truly honoured to be included on this list.
    .-= Ian | Quantum Learning´s last blog ..Vegetarian Living – One Year On =-.

  27. Hi Steven,

    I’m sorry to be late in responding to this post because I just came back from a vacation. Thank you so much for including my blog in your list and I’m awfully honored. I’m already following many on the list and I’m eager to check out those new to me. Thank you very much for compiling this list. It’s a brilliant resource.



  28. Hi Steven, thanks for your support and also for such a great list of resources! I’m honored to be a part of your list and appreciate all the inspiration that your blog has provided me.
    .-= Vin – NaturalBias´s last blog ..Simple Solutions for Lactose Intolerance =-.

    • Hi Vin, you are very welcome, it’s great to read the passion you have in your field of health and I appreciate your support in 2009. All the best bud and hopefully we can collaborate in 2010.

  29. Thank you for this list. I am not yet on this list but this helps me see what others are doing and this is a list of fine blogs.

    Thanks so much.

    Iyabo Asani
    .-= Iyabo Asani, The Inner Genius Coach´s last blog ..My Heart On Haiti – How To Leverage Your Energy To Support Haiti =-.

  30. Hi Evelyn you deserve to be on the list and thank you for your kind words, hopefully with new products coming out soon this will be a big year. wishing you all the best for 2010 as well and hope your visualisations manaifest for you.
    .-= Steven Aitchison´s last blog ..5 Ways Blogging Can Save Your Sanity =-.

  31. Hi Steve, I am so honored to be included in your list. Here’s wishing you the very best in 2010! From the looks of things, you and your site is set to break new ground this year!
    .-= Evelyn Lim´s last blog ..Affirmation Gifts Lifestyle Mart Opens =-.

  32. Hi Steven. Thanks for the mention.

    Lots of familiar faces here, and some I haven’t met yet. Looks like I’ll have to spend some more time surfing blogs this year, so much new talent.
    .-= David Cain´s last blog ..The Worst of Raptitude, Vol. 1 =-.

  33. Hey Steven!
    Wow, this is crazy. Are you sure you’re reading my posts? (Ha, did I get you?) You know, it’s kind of funny, I actually haven’t thought of myself as a personal development blogger, but it has a nice ring to it. ;)

    I’m incredibly honored to be included in this list. I feel like I’ve been standing on the shoulders of greats, and they’re all here. *BLUSH!*

    I’ve found some new gems here, too. I can’t wait to rush to their blogs and read their wit and wisdom.

    Thanks again for your kindness to include me, your summary of me, and excitement about blogging. I’m looking forward to reading more about you!
    .-= Lori´s last blog ..How to Not Blow Up Your Blog In Disgust After Six Months =-.

  34. Hi Phil, thank you so much for your kind words. I know yuou will learn a lot from each of the blogs listed here and I am so grateful to know them and read their work.
    .-= Steven Aitchison´s last blog ..5 Ways Blogging Can Save Your Sanity =-.

  35. Steven –

    What an epic piece of work – I really salute you for the effort needed to research this and make it happen. This list provides a huge amount of inspiration for me and I’ll learn a massive amount from it. Thank you so much.

    .-= Phil Bolton´s last blog ..Find your Focus in 2010 – Oprah’s 4 secrets of focus =-.

  36. This is a great list that included some of my absolute favorites. I’m honored to know you included Self Improvement Saga on your list. Love and light to you, my friend.
    .-= Nea | Self Improvement Saga´s last blog ..Peer Pressure and Conformity: Do You Fear Standing Out from the Crowd? =-.

  37. A great informative post Steven with a useful list of blogs. Some great bloggers there for the coming year. Thank you for sharing.

  38. Steven, I want to publically thank you for including me and so many of us on your list. As well as showcasing so many excellent writers this is a great list for a wealth of resources. I’ll be referring to it throughout the year.

    God bless

    Douglas Cartwright

    • Douglas thank you. You wrote some excellent articles for CYT and they were all well received. You have a great future ahead of you and I am glad I got to know you a little better in 2009. All the very best for 2010

  39. Ack! So many of my very favorite people on this list!!

    Lisis, Lori, Dani, Ian, David, Lance, Tess, and Sherri. Amazing people with amazing blogs. I think what I love most about their work is how authentic they are. And they don’t just write the same old personal development posts!

    Great list! Thank you, Tess, for pointing me over here.
    .-= Hayden Tompkins´s last blog ..Sex and Submission =-.

    • Hi Hayden, you’re following a great bunch of bloggers there. I think it’s important to be authentic in a day and age where everything you say and do is captured somewhere so there’s no use being anybody else but yourself.

  40. Hey Steve,

    Great list…thanks for including me…

    I believe 2010 will be a breakthrough year for you…you are emerging as a leader in the self-development field…

    Best Regards
    .-= Mr. Self Development´s last blog ..7 Success Secrets from Timothy Ferriss =-.

  41. Hi Stephen, you are very welcome and deserve to be on the list. Wouldn’t it be great if we had a few hours per day to spend reading all the great blogs out there :)

  42. Steven, first of all I really appreciate being on your list so thank you soooo much for that. Secondly this is a fantastic list. There are many names here new to me and I’m always on the lookout for new resources. Now just to find the time! Thanks!
    .-= Stephen – Rat Race Trap´s last blog ..12 Questions You Should Be Asking Yourself =-.

  43. Hi Annabel, I agree with you, 80% of my traffic comes from the US, personal development has still to catch up in the UK but we’re helping it along :) Thanks for your comments.
    .-= Steven Aitchison´s last blog ..52 Personal Development Blogs To Watch in 2010 =-.

  44. Heaps of great new blogs to check out and a lot of old favourites too. I often wonder if Brits don’t read as much personal development as North Americans, it it’s just not so much a part of the British psyche…. My blog attracts way more North Americans than any other nationality even though when I started it I assumed it would appeal mainly to Brits since I’m from the UK with a few Aussies as I live in Australia. Lots to learn in blogging isn’t there?! Anyway, thanks for including the list!

    • Hi Annabel,
      April from http://www.goodoodles.com over here in Spain with similar demographics on my blog stats. My kids are in an international school here in Madrid and I have the pleasure of lots of British mommy friends. I have to agree with you, these ladies are DEFINITELY not into blogging, especially with anything personal. One lovely lady asked me the other day “What is it with you Americans? We would never share our thoughts, ideas, feelings on a blog! We’d call up a friend and chat over a cup of tea!” I’m all for that, but to spread good thoughts and ideas, wouldn’t that make for slow going?

  45. Stephen Welton says:

    Amazing authors and blogs. There is some gems of information here. For anyone starting out looking for an online library of resources this is it!
    .-= Stephen Welton´s last blog ..10 Tips To Help You Build Resiliency =-.

  46. Hi Steve,

    What a wonderful surprise to be included on your list! I really appreciate it and look forward to working together – supporting, encouraging, sharpening, motivating each other – this year and well into the future.

    Your work is outstanding and inspiring. It’s this high standard that really gets me excited. The world is a better place with you in it Steve.

    Best ever to you, Robin :)
    .-= Robin Dickinson´s last blog ..Building relationships: a question of quality over quantity =-.

  47. A “personal development blogger”.

    Who…ME??? :-D

  48. Hi Steven,

    Wow! What a wonderful list of bloggers and I am thrilled to be included. Thank you so much for the mention and for the awesome description.

    Blogging is such a great medium of expression because not only does it give us a platform to express ourselves but we also get to meet a lot of amazing people.

    I am grateful that our paths have crossed. And here’s to a kickass 2010 for all of us!

    Keep Smiling! :)

    • Hi Nadia, you’re very welcome, it’s fantastic to see so many personal development bloggers enter the arena and yours grabbed my attention this year.

      What a year this is gonna be for all of us and I can’t wait to see what’s in store. Have a great one.

  49. Hi Rosie, thank you for your comments. You stood out in 2009 with your outspoken views and take on personal development and it is refreshing to read your work and I am grateful that you posted an article at CYT. Here’s to a fantastic 2010 for all of us.

  50. Wow Steven, so many people to investigate! I have enjoyed meeting so many already from this site alone! This is like Oscar Night for us bloggers / writers, (or indeed Blogscar Night!)

    You’re a real grafter and there was patently a lot of work went into this list with the summaries and everything else and I can confidently say that whether we are on it or come to it as a reader, we all really appreciate it. Great stuff.

  51. List well put together , I particularly like the briefly synopsis attached to each personal development blog , its has made my visit here worthwhile ..Thanks for compiling this Awesome list and congratulation to everyone on it . :)
    .-= Fatibony´s last blog ..Motivational Thoughts to Encourage and Inspire Us =-.

  52. This list will help me a lot.

    I am the type of person who is always looking for ways to improve myself.

    I have adopted the same kind of philosophy as Ben Franklin who made it a point to practice at least one virtue every week.

    It is said of Franklin that he never put them all together, but it was great if you caught him practicing the particular virtue on a week that favored what you needed.

    So, you have given me enough self improvement fodder to last the whole year.

    You couldn’t have given me a better gift.

    I am grateful
    .-= Leone Parette´s last blog ..New Article: Saving Free Form Play Recesses =-.

  53. Steven,
    I came here to finish up with the comments I received and found myself on your list! How cool is that?!? I know maybe 10 on this list and the first thought as I looked it over was, “Oh great…he’s picked out a lot of new blogging buddies for me!”

    Now I am honored to be on your list and I’m also sooooo grateful. I thank you from the bottom of my very big heart. Let me know if I can do anything for you. Ever! Hugs, T.
    .-= Tess The Bold Life´s last blog ..Why I Love To Blog =-.

  54. Hey Steven, What a wonderful way to start off my new year :-D.
    I always love to read personal development blogs. They help me see things from new perspective and grow. This list will definitely be referred to when I want to get inspired. ( Will stumble, tweet, and delicious it :-) .)
    I am so very grateful for you adding my blog to the list. I told my friends and parents about it too.
    Even though I write about various things, my biggest “passion topic” is personal development and it’s amazing how you were able to perceive so much about me just by browsing through my blog.
    About the girlie thing (LOL): There’s actually many reasons why I decorate my web pages in that girlie fashion. Even though I’m only 32 and have gone through a lot of very bad experiences. Going through those awful things has made me see that being an optimist is the only way to be happy in this world. I know harsh reality. I’ve seen it. I purposely choose to focus on beautiful and good things. Because if I don’t, I’ll be wasting my life in misery. The “girlie” images are a true reflection of this inward decision of mine. Even though they are unconventional for a blog I choose to give a tone of peace to my readers. I want people to feel that joy when they come to my blog. I want my own soul to feel that. It’s wonderful that you were able to see past the girlie first impression. Many won’t and that’s ok. I guess I’m making a statement that it’s alright to be out of the box – LOL.
    Thank you so much for writing this beautiful list and for including me in it. Warms my heart ♥.
    Your friend,
    .-= Eren Mckay´s last blog ..Discover the Power of Allowing Yourself to Cry =-.

    • Hi Eren, it’s good to hear about your Girlie blog :) and how it came to be. Although it’s unconventional it makes it stand out which is a great thing. I hope you have a fantastic 2010

  55. This is just a superb list Steven. I was going to build a smaller list myself but with this one, and seeing so many bloggers that I already know and enjoy, I’ll just link to your list instead of building a new one. You’ve put a LOT of effort into this clearly and I really appreciate the mention of my site and the 100 lists. Armen of TimeLessInformation (yup, you included him) actually got me started on the lists. I just challenged more people to do the same!!!! Thanks again.
    .-= Mike King´s last blog ..Action Creates Change =-.

    • Hi Mike, glad you cleared up who started this Mega list thing :) I am so grateful to yourself and Armen. Hope you have a fantastic 2010 with your life and your blog and hope to connect more.

  56. Hey Steven, this really is amazing. I’m surprised you thought of me, but thankful that you did. I’ve just been so busy with school now (like the rest of us), it’s like I can’t don’t have the time to read all the amazing blog like I used to. As they say, college comes first, and know it’s my top priority. Blogging comes in a close second, but I don’t think I’ll ever stop blogging. It’s been great fun meeting everyone here and finding a wonderful family of likeminded individuals.

    Thanks again Steven, and, from the bottom of my heart, live well and on your own terms :)
    .-= John´s last blog ..Hatred Only Serves to Hurt, Not to Help =-.

    • Hi John, I know you’re studying hard and you’re doing great to keep blogging on top of your college work. I wish you everything you wish for yourself over the coming year.

  57. Thanks for compiling the list of best personal development blogs.
    .-= Nimit kashyap´s last blog ..Find Affiliate Offers To Promote Using Offervault =-.

  58. Oh!!! My!!! Word!!! I am just psyched out my pea brain to be included in ANYTHING that you are doing. And to appear here not only on your site, but with all these remarkable people literally moved me to tears. I just called my husband and work and told him. THAT’S how much it means to me.

    Dear Steven, you’ve no idea how much this means to me. I’ve learned and am learning so much from you. Your support and encouragement is a beautiful beautiful gift in my life. Three of your greatest gifts are your kindness, your creativity and your willingness to be what you really are….truly UNIQUE!!

    I am just HUGGING YOU!!!!!
    This is a GREAT honor.
    Thank you SO much my friend.
    Robin :)
    .-= Robin Easton´s last blog ..All That Will Remain =-.

    • :)
      Robin, as always you leave me speechless (nearly).
      I can’t think of anything to say about your kind words except – Thank you, from the bottom of my heart. I have learned so much from you this last year and am looking forward to learning more with you.

  59. Hi Steven,

    What a fabulous list. I visit some of these blogs, but there’s a lot of new ones for me to check out, too.

    Thank you for all the work you put into this post. Showcasing not only the blogs but some of their posts was not an easy feat. Fabulous job!
    .-= Barbara Swafford´s last blog ..Don’t Shoot Me =-.

  60. Thanks for including me in your list Steven! These lists are great resources for discovering inspiring blogs. For me in particular, because I decided last week to clear my feed reader (after abandoning it for six months) and start over. I’ve already found some new ones (and resubscribed to your feed).

    Thanks again!

  61. Holy Rock Your Socks Off! Fantastic List Steven! Although I follow and am familiar with quite a few of these Personal Development bloggers I’ve found some new ones of course. Great resource of which I’ll be sharing (Already did on twitter) and connecting with new peeps! You put some serious TLC in putting it together. Much appreciated my friend!
    .-= Tony Teegarden´s last blog ..You’re Not Being Realistic =-.

  62. Thanks for the mention kind sir.

    I like this list a LOT! And no, not just because I’m on it, but because it has picked on some of the lesser known bloggers in out field that deserve more recognition.

    Good work fella!
    .-= Tim Brownson´s last blog ..Paying It Forward With Life Coaching =-.

  63. Thanks so much for mentioning Positively Present! :) You can also access the site by simply going to http://www.positivelypresent.com.
    .-= Positively Present´s last blog ..guest post: 28 steps to a positive & successful life =-.

  64. Hi please write about women and how they can improve their life in challenging world.
    Thank you

  65. Hi Steven – Thanks for sharing your list. It’s wonderful pool of resources for me esp. since the theme of my website is techno-pd.

    • Hi Devendra thanks for the comments I appreciate them. I have to say you have a fantastic blog with some great content and a great message. Your blog could be huge if you really wanted it to be as childrens safety on the net is of utmost importance to all parents and schools. Are you working on the blog a lot, I see you don’t have a regular posting schedule? Honestly, this could be very lucrative for you and you could get yourself known as an expert on Childrens safety on the net.
      .-= Steven Aitchison´s last blog ..52 Personal Development Blogs To Watch in 2010 =-.

  66. Great list Steve. I haven’t heard of half these blogs. There are some brilliant writers out there. Thank you for finding them and sharing their websites.

    Over the past 12 months I’ve collected a list of Personal Development blogs that I have included on my resources page. The top section has Mind Mapping resources, however if you scroll down about a third of the way down the page you will see a list of around 150 Personal Development blogs I keep an eye on regularly – http://ow.ly/WJgd

  67. Hi Steven.

    I like how you picked some key posts from everyone here, and the descriptions let us know some relevant points about each person. I’m glad to be a part of this set, and 2010 certainly is a year for the grasping. I’m not sure if it worked subconsciously, but hours after I read this article, along with your words about my past videos, I ended up recording a 3rd video for my site. That will probably go up within a week.

    Cool stuff here.
    .-= Armen Shirvanian´s last blog ..An Interview With Chris Guillebeau =-.

  68. Hi Steven,
    You are fantastically generous for having put together this tremendous list! The amount of work and time that went into this does not go unnoticed. As a new-ish blogger, I am still making my way around the PD circuit. I’ve gotten to know a few of these great bloggers but there are many on this list who I have yet to discover. So thank you for leading me to them and their wisdom as I bookmark this post to refer back to. And finally, I am deeply honored that you’ve included me as I’ve really enjoyed your blog, too.
    Many thanks,

  69. Steven, thank you so much for including me:) I truly feel honored. I am very proud of knowing you and was inspired by many things that you are doing. Your determination, focus and true desire to help people are very admirable and rare. I learned a lot from you, thank you for everything that you do!
    .-= Lana – DreamFollowers Blog´s last blog ..My 2010 Goals and 2 Awesome Techniques I Used to Set Them. =-.

  70. Steven,

    Thank you so much for including me in this fantastic list, I am really honored. You have been an important part of my growth last year. Constantly challenging ourselves in bigger and bigger endeavors has been an incredible push for me and I am really thankful for that. I will check out each and every blogger mentioned here, I think I know more than half but I really look forward to know the rest.

    Wishing you an incredible 2010!

    P.S. Our challenge is still up, isn’t it? ;-)
    .-= Dragos Roua´s last blog ..The 7 Traits Of Highly Successful Bloggers =-.

    • Dragos, yourself, Jonathan and Robin have been an inspiration to me last year and I strive to be the best I can with the help of all three of you and others. Whenever I read one of your posts I always thing ‘time to step up a gear’, so I am constantly trying to make my posts better and more informative than my previous ones.

      I feel this is going to be a fantastic year for a lot of us and I know you’ll be in on it.

      Yes our challenge is definitely on, I am just writing up the contents section of my third book and will have it approved by next week and I have another two which have been started, so five books by the end of the month is on, what about you?
      .-= Steven Aitchison´s last blog ..52 Personal Development Blogs To Watch in 2010 =-.

      • About our challenge: I have 2 books approved and ready for purchase on CreateSpace estore (one of them approved in Amazon too), another 2 books uploaded and ready to be approved (getting slow because of some cover issues) and the fifth is 20% written. So, yes, I think I can make it to 5 approved books by the end of the month.

        I can’t tell you how energized I feel because of this :-)
        .-= Dragos Roua´s last blog ..14 Ways To Say Yes =-.

        • Dragos, I’m nearly with you. I have one approved for Amaxon, 1 apporved for estore, 1 awaiting approval, started writing 4th one and have 5th one coming as well. :) it’s a great challenge and a worthwhile one.

  71. I can’t wait to check these out. This will keep me very busy tomorrow…

  72. Steven,
    What an honor to come here tonight and read your wonderful words. I am very much humbled by this. As I look back over the last year, it has been a complete gift to get to know and read several of these writers at a deeper level. So, I view this list you have so graciously created, and see so many wonderful individuals.

    With deep gratitude, Steven, thank you for the light you shine out into the world…something I feel very deeply tonight.
    .-= Lance´s last blog ..Be Remarkable! =-.

  73. Wow, I’m truly grateful for being included on this list with so many other amazing bloggers, some of which I haven’t come across so I’m looking forward to checking those out.

    I’ve been blogging since December 2005 (almost a grandad in blogging terms) but was a bit comment-shy until recently when I decided I was going to create a legacy along with so many other wonderful bloggers.

    Speaking of which I will soon be coming up to my 500th post close to the time of birthday in March and would love it if all of you could celebrate it with me and do something special to mark the occasion.

    Thank you Steve!
    .-= Amit Sodha – The Power Of Choice´s last blog ..A Quick Guide To Dealing With Negative People =-.

  74. Thanks for the shout-out Steve! It warms my heart to be recognized on a list full of bloggers whose work I love and who I respect deeply.

    (There are a couple of typos I noticed: QuestForBalance is misspelled and ‘know’ is missing a ‘k’ in my section. Just helping you out!)

    Shout-outs also go out to my mates Henri from WakeUpCloud, Diggy from UpgradeReality, and Steven from HumanExplosion. They’re all top quality and SURELY will be people to watch this year.
    .-= Brett – DareToExpress.com´s last blog ..The Inner Chump Strikes Back =-.

    • Hi Brett, thanks for the typo spots, I was in a rush trying to get this finished as I am determined to get a post out every Tuesday and Thursday and I was nearing the deadline, So I have got the typos covered :)

      There were a lot of blogs I have missed, as I have not read a few of them and some I have missed by accident, I think I will need to do a Top 100 :)
      .-= Steven Aitchison´s last blog ..52 Personal Development Blogs To Watch in 2010 =-.

  75. Steve,

    Thanks for putting this list together and sharing. I look forward to discovering those on the list I’ve yet to learn about. Greatly appreciated!


  76. Steve, I have to admit that I was surprised to be on a list like this. I was starting to think I was over-differentiating.

    Thanks for the heads up and have a fulfilling week ahead.
    .-= Tim — Inspiration Pro´s last blog ..How to Know When Someone’s Being Dishonest =-.

  77. psst…i made it to the top 10 yipeee…!!!! :) On your list i mean….;)
    .-= Zeenat{Positive Provocations}´s last blog ..Recurring Patterns =-.

  78. Awww..Steven,
    What an awesome list! And how lovely and sweet of you to put me in this list among such awesome bloggers…wow! I am truly speechless…..(yet i somehow will manage to type this comment ;) )
    Your blog is one we all need to be looking out for in 2010. You, now being the published author :) ….I think i can safely say i am truly honored to know you :)
    I am going to check out the blogs i dont know….and also the ones i do know …I so love blogging !
    Much love~
    .-= Zeenat{Positive Provocations}´s last blog ..Recurring Patterns =-.

  79. Hey Steven, thanks so much for including me in the list! There are many new bloggers on this list that I don’t know about and I’m going to check them out right now.
    .-= Celestine Chua´s last blog ..101 Most Inspiring Quotes, Part 2 =-.

  80. Hi Steven,

    Thank you so much for including me in this awesome list. There are a few familiar names and a few I certainly need to check out.

    I really enjoy reading your blog as well and I can’t wait to see what YOU have in store for 2010. :)

    All the best,
    .-= Sherri (Serene Journey)´s last blog ..Confession Time =-.

  81. Can I just say that I’m truly honored to be mentioned on this list? Thank you so much for your kind words. It has been an absolute pleasure interacting with you and following your blog this past year and I feel very fortunate to have such supportive friends.
    .-= Steve |MyWifeQuitHerJob´s last blog ..6 Ways To Speed Up The Loading Of Your Website =-.

  82. Hi Steve,
    I love your description of these different blogs – you really capture the essence of what they are about – the ones I know of anyway. And the other ones, I will definitely be checking out.

    I am honored to be a part of this group. I’m just getting to know you, I love what you are doing on your blog, and look forward to a long friendship.

    Wishing you well,
    .-= Gail @ A Flourishing Life´s last blog ..A Request for Help with Social Anxiety (Q&A) =-.

  83. woah nelly. This post looks insane. I have to get away from the desktop and sit down on the couch with a laptop and go over this – I bet I add every single one of them to netvibes if they already aren’t added
    .-= Scott Webb´s last blog ..Emergence of A Democratic Renaissance =-.

  84. Hello Steve,

    What can I say? I’m humbled by this.

    It’s been a wonderful experience working with you and I look forward to running more projects with you in 2010.

    I will devote time to go through each blog on the list because I have a lot to learn.

    Take care!!!
    .-= ayo´s last blog ..Just Calm Down!!! =-.

  85. Ahhh shucks! I was looking forward to making the list. Oh well, maybe next time :)
    .-= Josue Cano´s last blog ..Taco Bell Diet – Review =-.

  86. Great list Steven. Let me know if you are looking for additional guest authors. I’m looking at creating some interblog partnerships.

    Thanks again!
    .-= David Allred´s last blog ..Financial – The Fourth Category of Success =-.

  87. Wow Steve, I am honored beyond words. Thank you for the great list and all your kind words. It’s been such a pleasure interacting with you this past year. In all honesty, you have been equally as inspiring and encouraging.

    There are some really wonderful things unfolding right now and I feel very fortunate to be able to interact with you and several others on this list. I look forward with eager anticipation to the upcoming months for all of us. Thank you my friend, you are truly appreciated.

  88. Steven, thanks for this great list – and of course thanks for me being on it :)
    There are several names I haven’t stumbled upon yet, so I need some time to check them out.

    Hope you’ll have an awesome week and I speak to you soon.
    .-= Patrick @ unwrapyourmind.com´s last blog ..UNWRAPPED: The Ultimate Guide to Get Where You Want to Go – FAST! Part 3 – Building A Map =-.


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