The Best of the Best of LifeReboot.com

Over 50,000 people read my article about The Working Dead yesterday. Consequently, my email inbox had 400 new messages today. Nearly every message was a supportive one.

I couldn’t respond to all 400 emails, so please forgive me if I didn’t reply to you. Know that I’m truly grateful for your interest, participation, and support — it’s great knowing that so many readers enjoy LifeReboot.

Since I am going away for the weekend, I hadn’t planned on publishing another article until next week. I think it’s important, though, to welcome the newest LifeReboot subscribers. I imagined a short list of recommended reading would be a great way to do it.

So for your weekend reading enjoyment, here is The Best of the Best of LifeReboot.com:

Popular Articles (oldest to newest):

  1. 10 Reasons It Doesn’t Pay To Be “The Computer Guy”
  2. 10 Articles That Changed My Life
  3. Perfect Timing Doesn’t Exist. Stop Waiting For It
  4. Know When To Quit, and When Not To
  5. The True Value of a College Degree
  6. The Working Dead

Author Favorites (no particular order):

  1. Do The Impossible By Sowing The Right Seeds
  2. Learn Something New
  3. Nothing Worth Achieving is Guaranteed
  4. The Necessity of Struggle
  5. How to Tell if Your Career is Right for You
  6. I Wish I Could Play Piano

If you still want to read more, there are over 70 articles available in the LifeReboot Archives.

Do you have a favorite LifeReboot article that’s not listed here? Leave your Reader Favorites in the comments!

If you've found this website helpful, please click the PayPal button. You will be helping me pursue my dream career as a writer. Thanks for your support!

One Response to “The Best of the Best of LifeReboot.com”

#1 Amy R on 26, Oct, 2007 at 5:58 pm

I liked the one about “Pay It Forward” and “A Post for a Better Tomorrow,” because they concentrate on making positive changes in the world. Self Improvement is great, but World Improvement is even better. So thank you for using your voice to help save the world. :-)

Leave a Reply