I think there are two reasons:
1. A determination to learn first-hand
what works in all areas of personal development. To accomplish this, I perform experiments
in health, exercise, productivity, and
2. A commitment to reading every personal development
I can get my hands on. Then telling you only
important information you need to grow and improve in all areas of your
of study and research has been put into this site. My hope is that by
sharing what I've learned, it will help you achieve more of the things
that you want in life.
Whether that's better health, more
money, or simply working smarter in order to free up your time to
do the things you love. I sincerely hope that this website gives you
the answers you need.
If you want to know the biggest secret
that I've learned so far, it's that if you improve in something a
little bit everyday, over time, it will add up to a lot. Seldom do I
work on this site for more than one hour a day. Yet, I've been able to write hundreds of articles
over the course of 1-2 years.
plan is to continually add things (a little bit at a time) to the site
until I turn 100 years old. After that, I'll give the site to one of my
great grandchildren and start up a new site, The Ultimate Guide To Being 100
I understand that there is a lot of content
to go through. But I hope you find the time in your busy schedule to stop back every now and then and see what has been added.
If you are new visitor, here is my little guide to navigating around the site...
How To Get Started
This site is loaded with free
much that it makes it harder for me every week to make the navigation
for you as easy as possible. With that being said, here is what I would
suggest to help you get the most out of this site:
Of..." Articles -
If you haven't read through some of my "Best Of Ryan Whiteside"
articles on the right-side of every page, I'd suggest you start there.
These articles (for whatever reason) seem to be the most talked about
and get the most traffic. You might as well read my best articles
first, because if you don't like those then it's only downhill from there! :-)
After the "best of" articles, click on one of those links on the left side to
an area of personal development that interests you the most. From
there, I've organized
the links in the categories from what I consider the most important on top, to
the least important. I
would suggest you start with the first few and work your way down.
- The sitemap contains everything!
It will give you a clear picture of what the site is
all about. It's the quickest way (in my opinion) to find an article
that you're interested in.
to the RSS Feed -
To stay up-to-date with future additions to the site (there will be
plenty), the best way is to subscribe to the RSS feed. It automatically
updates when I add new content so you will know immediately when I've
made changes. Similarly, you can check out the blog from time to time.
Oh yeah, and I almost forgot...
sure to sign up for my free Ultimate Personal Development
newsletter. I won't hound you with email like some
Internet marketer. You'll receive one email per month, which tells you
about current and future updates to the site.
It's not exactly the
"greatest newsletter on Earth", but I have received several nice comments
about it so far. It's well worth the five-minutes-per-month
time it takes to read it. The best part of all?...
It's free! And, you can unsubscribe at any
time by simply
clicking on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of every newsletter. No
hard feelings I promise. So...
Go ahead and give it a test run...