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Link Karma – 5 November 2007

Link Karma is a section of The Positivity Blog where I list some good reading I’ve stumbled upon over the last few weeks.

I won’t be doing these posts too often anymore since I’m focusing my energy on writing longer articles.

Also, I seem to read less and less blogs/websites. Instead I’m gravitating more towards spending time with books these days.

Anyway, I hope you enjoy this batch of articles and find something helpful.

For more good reading check out the Link Karma-archives.

  • Anyone interested in learning more about body language – maybe the most important part of interpersonal communication – can find a whole site about it here.
  • Scott H Young had some truly excellent articles last month. My favourites were The Art of The Finish and the process focused series that started with How to Not Want Things and Still Be Happy.
  • I thoroughly enjoyed this post about a humor speech Steve Pavlina gave because a) the speech was in parts really funny and b) an analysis of why something is funny is always interesting.
  • I liked this list with 10 Money Mistakes to Avoid over at Pick the Brain.
  • I’ve also started exploring the Now-For-You Forum, “a social club for those interested in the observation of this moment” according to the tagline.
  • Peter, over at I Will Change Your Life, has written a good post about the excitement of mixing things up.
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  • Great collection of links, I enjoyed reading these, especially Steve’s speach. Seems a shame you won’t be doing so many, but, I know these posts can be quite time consuming

  • Hi Henrik,

    Thanks for the link love! Great to hear you enjoyed my article – hopefully some of your readers do too 🙂 .


  • Readers may also enjoy our blog “Energize Your Heart”. Click above.

  • Thanks for the comments guys, I’m glad you enjoyed the links. Keep up the great work.

  • Karma is something we can learn about from different sources and experiences. Its great to remind people that books offer another means of expanding our senses and mind.

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