Most Popular Personal Development Articles of 2018

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It's been a fun year here at The Personal Growth Channel. In case you missed one, here are the top ten articles based on number of views this past year. Enjoy, and thanks for another fantastic year!

10. How Do I Know When I've Met “The One?”

9. You Are The Average of The Five People You Spend The Most Time With – Jim Rohn

8. Grateful: Reflections on My 41st Birthday Plus a Challenge For You Today

7. Will Smith: Don't be Afraid to Fail

6. Will Smith: Fault Vs. Responsibility

5. 30 Days to a Healthier You: Weight Loss for a Cause – Rick Stefano

4. Five Pieces of Advice I Would Give My Younger Self

3. Getting Back to Healthy: 3 Habits That Helped Me Lose 16lbs

2. Before You Give Up, Start.

1. Book a Month Challenge: Becoming a Better You

Most Popular Personal Development Articles for 2018

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Don Smith

Former bank director who enjoys helping people master their finances. Father of five, founder of The Personal Growth Channel, and business owner.

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In the book “Built to Last,” a study of highly successful companies, the authors identified rejecting the “Tyranny of the OR” and embracing the “Genius of the AND” as one of the habits of highly successful leaders. [1] They found that one of the real powers behind these companies was that their leaders didn’t settle

Reject the Tyranny of the OR

On the road again….. My wife and I sit in an extended stay hotel room. We needed a pet friendly place for our kitty kat. After dropping her off in a loving home, we will be lining up house sits and AirBnb’s around the USA. Traveling time. We travel because we follow our fun. We

Do You Follow Fun or Fear?

On my drive this morning, my mind was a million miles away, and I took a wrong turn. As soon as I realized my mistake, my mind suddenly started making excuses as to why I should stay on the same course. “It’s only a little longer this way.” “There’s a gas station up here, why

Making a U-Turn in Life