We all need a little help sometimes.
With the barrage of noise we encounter every day, it is easy to get distracted from achieving our goals. Luckily, there are self-help resources on the web that we can turn to. Let’s take a look at some of them:
TED was launched a couple of years ago as a repository of inspiring talks for people from all walks of life. The website features inspiring 15 minute-long or so talks from experts all over the world on anything from the creative arts, to machine learning.
What’s great about this site is that you can download the videos for free on your device. If you use the app, you can also download the videos to your mobile device and save them for later.
Cafe Meditation is a place for women who would like to learn how to meditate. Established by meditation teacher, Linda Catling, the website offers a free five-step tutorial that teaches readers how to meditate on their own and find positive inspiration. The website also offers a paid service that gives members access to contemplation exercises.
Tiny Buddha is one of the leading resources on living a positive life on the web. Founded in 2009, the website offers wisdom, quotes and tips on how to manage our lives and cope with struggles without compromising our dreams and the relationships that matter to us the most. The website has an average of three million readers per month.
Meditative Mind is a YouTube channel that focuses on publishing their own meditation music. We especially recommends their chakra healing tracks, which you can play in the background as you work or sleep. They also offer guided meditation videos that are easy to follow.
Headquartered in India, nothing much is available about the Meditative Mind Crew, but they have a huge following on YouTube. No matter if you believe chakras or whatnot, their music seem to do the job. The channel posts new meditation music videos daily.
Established by tech entrepreneur and self-development coach Vishen Lakhiani, Mindvalley.com offers courses on mindfulness, productivity, getting back on the track and unlocking one’s potential. Before you sign up for a full course, you can also take advantage of a free five-day trial that the site offers.
Mind Body Green is a lifestyle website that promotes positive living. It encourages members to live a healthy lifestyle, meditate, and to do things that challenges them and have a positive impact on their lives.
This is just a partial list of the websites that Get Over Your Job swears by. We’re constantly exploring the trenches of the web for other resources that can enrich our lives.
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