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After a few tweaks here and there the new theme is a go and I am happy to say that I now consider the new site as fully live. I still have to add a few plugins and add some content to some more pages but I guess this aspect of the site will be work in progress.
I have never had a Contact or Advertise page on the site before.
Please use the Contact page to contact myself for any matters relating to the site. I am also looking for guest bloggers so please use this page to contact me if you have an interest in writing for Did I Get Things Done.
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I have quite a bit planned for the blog. I am trying to widen it from just a GTD blog to cover my main focus areas of Productivity, Motivation, and Self Development. GTD will always figure high in these as it is the methodology that I started to use over two years ago now.
I thank you for being a visitor to my site and I look forward to achieving my goal of becoming the number one blog for Productivity, Motivation, and Self Development.
I am currently hovering around the 2400 RSS Subscribers and I am trying to get to the next goal of 3000.
Whilst going through some old posts from this blog, I pulled out a review of a great book that I read, and reviewed pretty much within the first month of launching this blog.
The book was the Travelers Gift, Seven Decisions that Determine Personal Success, by Andy Andrews. As the blog has just launched, I think I had around 5 subscribers and I knew all of them!
The book talks about the Seven Decisions for Success. These are based around a story that the author takes you on. This is a motivational and self development book that is based on a fictional story, very similar to the great Og Mandino books.
These seven decisions are based upon stories from inspirational figures from history. The seven decisions are as follows:
- The Buck Stops Here – Based on Harry Truman
- I Will Seek Wisdom – Based on King Solomon
- I am a Person of Action – Based on Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain
- I Have a Decided Heart – Based on Christopher Columbus
- Today I will Choose to be Happy – Based on Anne Frank
- I Will Greet This Day With a Forgiving Spirit – Based on Abraham Lincoln
- I Will Persist Without Exception – Based on The Angel Gabriel
I created a free Mind Map for you all to download and read. The Mind Map contains the overview of each of the Seven Decisions For Success as told in the book.
Click on the thumbnail above to download the Mind Map or Follow this Link.
Be sure to also check out the Original Post Review of this Book.
I am thinking of doing some more Mind Maps like this so please let me know your thoughts and if you all like these or not.
Feel free to pass this post on and please share it, I would love as many people as possible to benefit from the Mind Map.