Inbox Zero - A methodology for managing your inbox.
Bullet Journal - A method for taking effective notes and staying on top of your to-do list.
Audible.com - Books abound with excellent information, but making the time to read can be challenging. I use Audible.com when commuting or during other periods of the day that may lend themselves to being unproductive. See trieditreviews.com
Udemy.com - Udemy.com is full of great learning content. The best time to buy courses from Udemy.com is when courses are on sale; generally at very discounted prices. I use Udemy.com when I need a self-paced course. The content you buy on Udemy.com is accessible whenever you want it.
Coursera.org - Coursera.org offers excellent learning opportunities from established universities; from party schools to the Ivy League. Coursera.org has some unique course offerings and great content. If you need deadlines and a dictated pace, Coursera.org is a very useful resource. Coursera.org is free, but if you want a certificate of accomplishment, it does have a fee.
Lynda.com - Lynda.com is a subscription site. I use Lynda.com when I have a dedicated week or weekend to consume the course. The monthly subscription can be activated or deactivated on a monthly basis. Once your subscription is over, you do lose access to the website content
edX.org - edX was founded by Harvard University and MIT in 2012. Not unlike Coursera.org edX is an online learning destination and MOOC provider offering high-quality courses from the world's best universities and institutions.
codecademy.com - Codecademy offers free interactive coding courses online. Codecademy does offer premium content to enrich and support the learning experience. Currently, my favorite online learning platform for coding.
KhanAcademy.org - Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. Khan Academy offers curriculum for all ages in math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more.
DataCamp.com - DataCamp is an online resource that teaches R, Python and data visualization for data science.
Udacity.com - Udacity is an online resource that offers Nanodegrees. Udacity has partnered with today's leading companies to identify skills and develop curriculum to cultivate those skills. Complete one of Udacity's Nanodegree Plus certifications and get a guaranteed job or your money back!
Self awareness is about learning to better understand why you feel what you feel and why you behave in a particular way. Once you begin to understand this concept you then have the opportunity and freedom to change things about yourself enabling you to create a life that you want. It’s almost impossible to change and become self-accepting if you are unsure as to who you are. Having clarity about who you are and what you want can be empowering, giving you the confidence to make changes. - Quote Source
Emotional Intelligence 2.0 (Paid) - Emotional Intelligence (EQ) offers a dimension of measurement and a path to growth categorized as one of the best predictors of personal success. Not only does this test measure the various dimension of EQ, but it also offers actionable steps to improve your EQ.
DiSC Personality Test (Paid) - DiSC is a personal assessment tool used to improve work productivity, teamwork, and communication. DiSC personality test will determine your DiSC factors (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Compliance) and help predict your behavior towards others and the everyday things you do.
Kolb Learning Style Inventory (Paid) - This test identifies your individual learning style and the learning styles of those around you. Understanding your learning style and the learning style of others can help you tune into the needs of others so that you and your team can work more effectively.
Holland Codes Career Tests (Free) - This test is designed to help identify career preferences. Holland Codes are a set of personality types developed by psychologist John L. Holland in the 1970s. Dr. Holland reasoned that people work best in work environments that match their preferences. People and work environments can be matched for the best fit. Most people are some combination of two or three of the Holland interest areas. These two or three areas become your "Holland Code".
Jung Typology Test (Free) - This test is based on Carl Jung’s and Isabel Briggs Myers’ personality type theory. This test will give you a four-letter type formula along with the strengths of preferences and the description of your personality type.
The Big Five Project Personality Test (Free) - The Big Five is based on the premise that most human personality traits can be boiled down to five broad dimensions of personality, regardless of language or culture. See your results on a colorful scale.
41 Questions. 1 Personality (Free) - This test of 41 questions includes a scale, summary of your personality and suggested careers. It is based on the work of Jung modified by various researchers.
Utilities / Applications / Other Tools
Grammarly.com - Grammarly is a spell checker and grammar checker that can immediately improve your writing. Grammarly works with most internet browsers and has plug-ins for MS Word and Outlook.
1 Password - 1 Password is the best password manager on the planet. Compatible with Windows, OSX, iOS and Android.
about.me - is a simple to set up and elegant free personal website or portfolio service is all about you. Create a professional looking web page that links to your other social accounts and allows you to communicate what is important to you. The side dubs itself your online business card.
wordpress.com - is simply the most powerful and simple way for non-coders to create awesome web pages. It enables you to create personal sites, business e-commerce sites and etc...literally in minutes with a little bit of practice. I recommend setting up a hosted version of WordPress for full functionality, but to get started wordpress.com will allow you to get started for free.
CrossRope is my favorite jump rope. The interchangeable weighted ropes have been amazingly beneficial in my training. The CrossRope is also the rope I used to "master" double-unders and to learn how to do triple-unders.
Oura Ring rosis by far my favorite sleep tracker. This little package packs a ton of tech in a very unassuming ring. If you want to get a handle on your sleep and track metrics to help you improve the quality of your sleep the Ouara Ring is a great place to start.
CompTrain is a great resource for those that are looking for WODs programmed towards competition preparation. The site offers several paid options but the link takes you to the free programming for individuals.
WodWell is a free resource that has hundreds of WODs to choose from for your daily programming. The site also offers the ability to find WODs with specific movements and equipment.
ROMWOD is the range of motion programming. If you have been doing CrossFit for any period of time you know how important mobility is to safely execute CrossFit movements. ROMWOD is paid programming but very worth the investment.
Intermittent Fasting is not for everyone but I am a huge fan. I blogged about my experience with intermittent fasting some time ago and have never topped the practice. Mark's daily apple is the best one-stop shop for researching intermittent fasting that I have found outside of some Ted talks.