Personal Development Product Reviews
Latest Product Reviews
- How To Stop Wasting Your Time and Start Accomplishing Your Goals
- 7 Simple Steps by Jonathan Wells Book Review – Life, Values, Success, Goals
- Zen To Done By Leo Babauta Book Review – Productivity, Goals, Tasks, Projects
- Team Up: Becoming Accountable to Your Dreams by Pete Mockaitis Book Review – Dreams, Goals, Accountability
- I’ll Get Around To It Someday by Alex Fayle Book Review – Procrastination, Motivation, Efficiency
- Source Control By David Walsh – Outsourcing, Efficiency, Virtual Assistants
- The Power Of Less by Leo Babauta Book Review – Productivity, Inspiration, Minimalism
- The Essential Motivation Handbook By Leo Babauta and Eric Hamm – Ebook Review
- The Simple Guide to a Minimalist Life By Leo Babauta Book Review – Minimalism, Self Improvement, Organization, Efficiency
- Reclaim Your Dreams by Jonathan Mead – Ebook Review
- Staff Blogging Course by Ali Hale – Ebook Review
- Tribes By Seth Godin – Book Review (Leadership, Vision, Marketing, Business, Inspiration)
- Find Your Great Work By Michael Bungay Stanier – Book Review
- Review of RescueTime: Free Time Tracking Software
- The Best Personal Development Books Reading List. Not really a review, but I do recommend the books I outline in this list very highly.
- TimeSvr Virtual Assistant Service Review – A review and comparison of the TimeSvr service versus a dedicated virtual assistant
What is the Point of This Page?
For a long time, I have resisted putting product reviews up. The reason for this is I dislike it when I am reading a blog and the normal content is interrupted with a product review or pitch. I do mention products in the context of my writing, but avoid explicit reviews unless I feel the product brings something new and interesting, or where I feel I can run an interesting experiment, such as my review of TimeSvr versus a dedicated virtual assistant.
The downside of this has been that there have been excellent products and books that I enjoy but refused to to write reviews of, and thus readers never find out about them. So I’ve decided to try to compromise and review products I enjoy (and possibly some I don’t) and put the reviews out here for anyone who wishes to read them, but keep my RSS feeds and email newsletters article focused. I will only link to them in relevant articles, or perhaps the week I publish the review, so that interested readers know a new review is available.
My aim is to provide my balanced reviews while maintaining the same high quality content you have come to expect from me. I never have, and never will accept payment for reviews.
If you want more information, or have a product you would like reviewed, please read my product review policy.