Yes, these are my top 5 bloggers as far as my journey as a blogger is concerned since 2010. I am sure anyone who follows them would not deny their consistent high-value content creation capability which benefits the readers.
They not only are the champions of the online world, but the content they create is life changing.
- Seth Godin:
From the early days of my blogging i.e. 2010, I have been following him. His writing consistency is so appreciable that his daily post arrives in my mailing list latest by 4 pm sharp India time, including on Sunday.
His Ted talk and video interviews worth listening are:
- How to get your ideas spread has more than 5 million views
- The tribes we lead around 2 million views
Here is a link to his podcast interview by the 2nd blogger Tim Ferriss I follow:
I have recommended his book Linchpin through my various posts over the years. This is a life changing book. His other popular books are The Tribes, Permission Marketing, The Purple Cow, All Marketers are Liars and the latest What to do when it’s your turn.
- Tim Ferris:
Another author and entrepreneur turned blogger and podcaster. His latest book Tools of Titan is about his learning from various podcast interviews he has done with some of the famous people. The book is divided into three parts i.e. Fitness, Money, and Wisdom. His podcast interviews are worth the time. His book The Four Hour Work Week Escape the 9-5, Live Anywhere and Join the New Rich is very popular. The book is reviewed by about 4900 readers on Amazon.com with and about 120 readers on Amazon. in with a 4.4 rating. Amazon book buyers are aware so many reviews for any book are a rare feat.
His two most popular podcasts are:
- Jeff Goins:
My favourite writer. He is a writer and promotes writing and inspires writers. His book The Art of Work is highly inspiring and worth gifting to others. His latest book Real artists don’t starve is receiving rave reviews. If you think you want to be a writer, but have to deal with many ifs and buts you should read his book You are a writer. Two of his interesting posts for writers are:
- 5 Tips from Hemingway that Will Make You a Better Writer
- What Successful Writers Do That Unsuccessful writer Don’t
- Eric Barker:
bakadesuyo.com is the blog. He writes a weekly one post and readers receive it on Sunday. This site brings you science-based answers and expert insight on how to be awesome at life. The blog has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Wired Magazine and Time Magazine. Some of his popular posts are:
His latest book Barking up the Wrong Tree the Surprising Science Behind Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong is well received by the readers with 91% Five-star reviews.
- Shane Parrish:
His blog is FarnamStreetBlog.com. My son suggested me this blog. Farnam Street is devoted to helping you develop an understanding of how the world really works, make better decisions, and live a better life. They address topics such as mental models, decision making, learning, reading, and the art of living. His blog featured in Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, and much more, His blog about books and wisdom, knowledge he acquires from reading books. As per one estimate, he reads on an average 100 books a year. His once a week post arrives on Sunday.
You would like his following popular posts;
The internet offers us a great opportunity of learning from the chair and desk of our home /office. In a fast changing life around us, these are some of the stalwarts who can guide us navigate in personal and professional lives.
Books covered in this post:
- The Tribes
- Permission Marketing
- The Purple Cow
- All marketers are liars
- What to do when it’s your turn (Latest)
- The Four Hour Work Week
- Tools of Titan (Latest)
- Barking up the Wrong Tree – the Surprising Science Behind Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong
I am sure following these bloggers will make your reading list longer and thinking/insight deeper.
One thought on “5 Top bloggers I follow and benefited from”
This is an interesting list. I’m embarrassed to confess that I’m not familiar with them, but I’m definitely going to scope them out now. It’s always so interesting to see how other bloggers do what they do. Awesome post. Thanks for the info. 🙂 Joanna