6 Ultra High Quality Websites to Feed Your Brain

Facebook is a total waste of time. You learn nothing. In this post I will share to you 6 ultra high quality websites to feed your brain. These resources are very important to me that I consider it my source of wisdom.

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You may have known some of these websites. In fact some of them became viral in social media. Make your time productive as I share to you these top websites I consider to be best alternatives to Facebook.


1. TED

TED is a collection of live talks and conferences. Speakers are top caliber experts on the subject matter.

Here's a list of my favorite talks from my heroes.



You can explore several topics and in fact they have created playlists. Here's my favorite playlists so far.

You can also download the TED app in App Store or Google Play.


2. Quora

If you have questions about anything or just want to learn a specific topic, Quora is the go-to site. I have seen Quorans asking how Drew Houston (DropBox founder) learned to hack operating systems and Barack Obama's opinions about Iran leaders.


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What makes it very interesting is that you can choose the topics you want to follow. I personally follow LifehacksStocksBackpacking and Learning New Things.

A lot of CEO's and founders are in Quora.

1. Jimmy Wales (Wikipedia)
2. Adam D'Angelo (Quora)
3. Ashton Kutcher (Actor, Venture Capitalist)
4. Sheryl Sandberg (Facebook COO)
5. Michael Arrington (TechCrunch)
6. Marc Andreessen (Venture Capitalist)
7. Mark Cuban (Dallas Mavericks Owner)

You can download the Quora app in App Store or Google PlayFollow me in Quora.



3. Zenhabits

Zenhabits was awarded as TIME Magazine's Top 25 Blogs of 2009 and 2010. One of the best blogs in the world.

Topics on minimalism, simplicity and mindfulness.

Leo Babauta has emphasized the benefits of living with less stuff, veganism, meditation and mindfulness. It will show you how to live life worry-free.

Leo also has a sea change program that aims to develop a habit through accountability with other members.


4. Coursera

Free online courses from Harvard, MIT or Princeton professors. Yes, FREE at Coursera.

Wide array of courses to choose from and professors are from Ivy League universities. Courses take weeks or months but only require few hours a week.


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Assignments are also given. For a minimal fee, you can acquire a course certificate of completion.

Here are my favorite courses in Coursera.

Download the Coursera app in App Store or Google Play.



5. Financial Samurai

A personal finance blog who walks-the-talk. The author talks about his passive income investments and net worth.

Financial Samurai is founded by Sam, a financial geek who was a millionaire before he turned 30.

He's very transparent. In fact he shows his net worth and income from his real estate business. The author credibility is high. Unlike from other self-proclaimed financial gurus, he does what he teaches. And he's a substantially rich guy.

Here's a list of my favorite posts.


6. Udemy

The best learn-at-your-pace e-learning platform. I have spent courses in Udemy and the value I get is tenfold.

I enrolled in html/css programming and app development courses. Fantastic. Outstanding instructors.The lectures are recorded in videos. You can download videos so that you can access even if you're offline.


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Here are my favorite courses in uDemy. I am currently enrolled to these courses.

Download the uDemy app in App Store or Google Play.


Conclusion

Social media has been the best and worst discovery of all time. It distracts us from our tasks and devours our time. Worst is we learn nothing out of it. Instead, why not spend your time on learning something?

There are a lot more free resources to feed your brain. What else are you using that I haven’t mentioned?

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