101 Online Self Improvement Resources

Recently readers have asked me to share my favorite self improvement resources. Most of these sites don’t revolve around classic self improvement topics, but they all contain valuable information you can use to improve your life. Here are 101 online self improvement resources, organized into 5 general categories.

It’s a rather long list, so if you don’t have much time I’d recommend bookmarking it with del.icio.us and coming back later. Feel free to add your own favorites in the comments.

Self Improvement Resources

These resources specialize in helping you make the most of your time.

Personal Development

Sites in this category cover all topics traditionally related to personal growth and development.

Mentally Stimulating

These sites, focused mainly on art and science, never fail to make me think.

Business, Blogging, and Financial Success

Although many of these are targeted at my fellow bloggers and webmasters, some are relevant to everyone. They all aim to help you become a financial success.

Educational References and Reading

These sites contain massive amounts of information and are my favorite destinations (other than Google) for serious research or casual reading.




Erin shows overscheduled, overwhelmed women how to do less so that they can achieve more. Traditional productivity books—written by men—barely touch the tangle of cultural pressures that women feel when facing down a to-do list. How to Get Sh*t Done will teach you how to zero in on the three areas of your life where you want to excel, and then it will show you how to off-load, outsource, or just stop giving a damn about the rest.

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  3. I believe you need to check out Wolkify (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUW8tjqy5EGuSaRxS-yMOUw) if you are looking for a holistic approach to personal development and growth. The channel gives personal development tips, covers the best books in that field, invites experts to speak about their experience and generally focusses on the underlying principles you need to know about to improve yourself. Give it a try 😉

  4. Alam says:

    Very nice given links are very useful,Thank you for sharing those links.
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  5. I’ve also found that http://neuroskillzclub.com is really great for self-growth as well.

  6. Aaron Wright says:

    Here is an app for lifelong learners. It is called Lernabit, and it is a note taking app that helps you remember the things you learn. When you take notes with Lernabit, it actively reminds you to come back and study the notes so they become part of your long term memory.


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