This is the course that Oprah herself
has talked about on her show, and Mr Eckhart
Tolle describes it as a piece of work that takes the person from where they
are (lost in thought) and leads them into presence.
Well, Chris Cade has
set up a free service which will email you a daily lesson from the Workbook for
Students each day, starting from the introduction and going all the way to the
end of the course. Not bad, eh!
My verdict: Recommended reading!
My Daily Insights provides inspirational quotes
and motivational quotes every day, via email. Monday to Thursday you get a short
motivational quotation, and on Friday you receive an inspirational story. These
emails are ad-free but you will be sent three specials a month about top-quality
personal development products.
An example quotation: "As simple
as it sounds, we all must try to be the best person we can; by making the best
choices; by making the most of the talents we've been given." -- Mary
My verdict: an enjoyable daily read
Arina's Quote of the Day delivers motivational quotes in
a very short email every morning. Short and sweet, Arina Nikitina's email really
does help you start your day in a positive frame of mind. Arina supports the free
service by advertising relevant products, in each email. My daily inspirational quotes verdict: a favourite
(but no longer subscribe)
QuotationsPage.com The Quotations Page website
provides daily quotes for each and every day.
My verdict: Great,
if you like that sort of thing!
The Daily Motivational Quote Newsletter is available from David Riklan's very
popular self-help website, SelfGrowth.com. I'm not a subscriber, but I include
it as David's website (and mailing lists) are very popular indeed! I subscribe
to his main newsletter and David knows his stuff (and how to make
money from that knowledge - ahem!).
My verdict: Can't comment,
And, finally, it would be remiss of me not to mention...
Help Collective's Weekly Wonder(Ahem!)
The Weekly Wonder (and Monthly Marvel) offers you a short and sweet inspirational
quotation every week, followed by an also short 'What I Wonder' thought, often
based on the quotation. And that's it, really - once a week. (Format based on
Arina's highly successful Quote of the Day - see below.) My verdict:
my favourite weekly newsletter! Ahem!