Honestly my favourite blog changes every week. I constantly find new ones that inspire me or seem to connect with either my professional or personal interests. As I am an organised person I often keep a list of my current favourites in case they prove useful for linking or referring back to later that way I can find them again whenever I want.
I enjoy Tim Tebow's blog posts on LinkedIn. They are always encouraging and helpful and give me good reminders about balancing life, work, and faith. They definitely call me to the action of rebalancing my priorities. Most blog posts I read are focused on work, so it is good for me to also be reading things that round out my life as a husband, father, and Christian.
My favorite blog used to be Naoki, which was updated regularly with vegan & cruelty-free makeup tips. It was helpful content with a personal touch that appealed to me. Unfortunately the blogger sold her website and I don't believe it's active anymore.
Wim Hoff method. It's an incredible blogg about an incredible man. His theaories apply to everything. You are stronger than you think you are. There's even a few businesses that have started applieing some of his theories to finance and business. Incredible.
Business Insider, Investopedia, and Neil Patel are among the best blog websites I interect with the most. Investopedia has all the best answers regarding any marketing and business related question. It is a dictionary of marketing and economic terminology.
I have been learning Neil Patel's digital marketing strategies for quite a some time. He is amazing and his SEO tactic are killer. His blog influenced me to start my own blog.
I am Rachel and I am here to share with you my favourite blog: Sharp Brains. Sharp Brains is one of my favourite websites since it provides me with articles that address my questions. This blog also helped me learn more about psychological challenges and how to overcome them. Not only that, but the blog also answered my queries regarding employee psychology in the workplace, allowing me to have a better understanding of employee interactions. Sharp Brains was quite helpful in assisting me in making my selection. My students used to be approximately 7-12 years old while I was teaching, therefore I didn't grasp their psychology at the time. So, I went to Sharp Brains to learn more about student psychology and thinking. And it was a huge success; I was able to talk more freely with my kids, and they began to like me a lot more as a result. It was an eye-opening event that inspired me to work even harder in the future to study more about psychology. I'm also appreciative to Sharp Brains for providing me with additional information.