Your Positive Oasis Resource Page

 

Do you enjoy personal development? Would you like to be more productive? Searching for great personal development resources can take up a huge amount of your valuable time. That is why I have decided to share with you my favorite personal development and productivity resources in just one place.

Here you will find very effective tools, apps, educational and motivational training programs for your personal development. I have tested every recommendation on this page.

I will update this list when I come across any more great resources that I think you will find really useful.

Disclosure: There are some affiliate links below, but these are all products that I highly recommend. I won’t put anything on this page that I haven’t verified and/or personally used.

 

The 5 Minute Journal

Tim Ferris said this about using The 5 Minute journal: “It is one of the simplest ways that I have found to consistently ensure improving my well being and happiness. Both in terms of achievement and actual measurable, quantifiable results.”This is high praise indeed from the author of the 4 Hour Work Week and renowned expert in personal productivity. The beauty of The 5 Minute Journal is in its simplicity. It is beautifully designed, has a simple and highly effective layout, and yes, you only have to use it for 5 minutes a day to see the amazing benefits.

 

 

audibleAudible

As well as building my library at home, I have also started to build my ‘mobile library’. Audible is a great way to listen to many of your favorite books while you travel, or as you workout at the gym.  I found the process  really easy.  Downloading is simple, too.  Once you choose a book, it is then sent to your Audible app library.  You simply refresh your library, then download the book. Using Audible has brought me hours of pleasure. Use the link above to start your own online library with two free books.

 

Insight Timer

Meditation and mindfulness Apps are becoming more and more popular. I have tried many free and paid apps to different levels of success. Insight Timer is by far my favorite Meditation App and it’s free.  It is home to more than 1,800,000 meditators, and is rated as the top free meditation app on Android and iOS stores.

 

 

GetFlashBooks

Getflashnotes

I love to read as often as I can. The list of great books that I want to read gets longer and longer every week. When I read a great personal development book I like to take notes on the keypoints while I am reading. Getflashnotes is a great way to take your learning and development to a whole new level. Each wonderful book is summarized for you to read in less than 30 minutes. More great books are added every month.

 

 

Zen 12

When I first heard that Zen12 could give me the benefits of a 60 minute meditation session in just 12 minutes, I was a bit skeptical. Then I made the investment in this program and I was amazed. I like to use my Zen12 meditations on a Saturday or Sunday morning to clear my mind and get into a really positive state.

 

 

 

TED talksTED Talks

With over 2000 videos on various different interesting topics, Ted Talks are a great resource of videos that will inspire, intrigue and stir your imagination.  Watch speakers such as Elon Musk, Tony Robbins, Richard Branson and many more share their wisdom up close and personal.

 

 

Mastermind From Revive Active

Mastermind is a great tasting supplement for delivering key nutrients which contribute to brain and cognitive function, mental performance and nervous system function. I have found myself having more energy, feeling more alert and focused since using Mastermind. You can use the discount code PO15 for 15% off all products with free worldwide delivery.

 

 

trelloTrello

Trello is a wonderful project management tool that makes collaboration easy and even fun. But this visual list tool can do so much more, whether you’re organizing work projects, family chores, travel plans, goals or just about anything else. I use this great free app to keep me on track with my goals.

 

 

dropboxDropbox

I have being using the free version of Dropbox for years as a great way to store documents, videos, image quotes and ebooks. Dropbox have made it really easy to access your files either through their smartphone App or simply by logging on from a computer.