Daily Prompt: all about me

Brad Stanton —  February 12, 2013 — 4 Comments

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Explain why you chose your blog’s title and what it means to you.

Simple, I read a book called Platform that said my blog should have my name. Why I say “Give me 5 minutes a day and I’ll give you a happier, more successful life” is that I believe the ideas I post really will help you and me be more successful and happier. They really have worked for me and as I continue to write about them, they continue to make me happy and more successful than I would otherwise be.

It is interesting that when I do my best to give others what they want, I get what I want.

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4 responses to Daily Prompt: all about me

  1. 

    OptimysticGardener
    Part Optimism – Part Mysticism – Lots of Growth
    This is the title, and the reason. I live with Optimism, teach people how to have it, and garden that way in the time I save for myself.
    Keep spreading your optimistic view!

  2. 

    And I really enjoy reading your blog too. Keep writing, it’s motivating not only you but others as well!

  3. 

    My blog is ‘Midnight Oil / Morning Light” http://markssong.wordpress.com
    The title has a dual meaning. I write usually late at night or early in the morning.
    My writing is solely inspirational / biblical. The oil is a covering of rest for you to sleep on, while the morning light is inspiration for you to have through your day.
    I’ve recently published my book “Surrounded by His Love” which is a compilation of twenty years these types of writings. The book is available at the above site.
    Your posts keep me positive when I get worn out. Thanks, Mark

  4. 

    My blog title is http://www.FindYourParadigm.com/blog. I believe living by your own belief system (instead of someone else’s) allows you to live a more satisfying and fulfilling life. Following your heart, listening to your intuition and reaching for your dreams all help you build a strong personal belief system.

    Thanks for your posts – love them!

    Melissa Curran
    Author of Find Your Paradigm: The Art of Living With Grace and Ease

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