Tweet 1. Comparing your success to Bill Gates … or anyone else for that matter. It doesn’t do you any good to compare what you’ve done or what you’ve been able to accomplish to another person. They have a different
Yesterday, my darling daughter wrote a post on 14 places she would like to see before she dies. Today, my answer to that is 10 places in the USA I would like to see before I die. These are all […]
Pretty bold statement, huh? The fact is, since you’re probably reading this on a computer, you already have access to some of the greatest financial wisdom and knowledge there is. You can type in any search term in the world […]
Our basic financial system appears to be broken. The Federal government is borrowing from our future and using the money to bail out crooks, cronies, and contributors. Here we are on Main Street America anxiously waiting for the second Great […]
Your thoughtful, personal answers to these questions are essential first steps in helping you refocus your dreams, identify your passion, and create your own path to a happier and more fulfilled life.
In his book, Stumbling on Happiness, author Daniel Gilbert examines a few of the techniques that humans use to make themselves happy. One of these techniques is to see only what our brains want to see. We have a tendency
Getting Things Done by David Allen Part 3 Read Part 1 here. Read Part 2 here. This is the third and final section of the book, Getting Things Done: The
A couple of days ago, I was pondering the reasons WHY people choose to deny the truth. It really doesn’t matter what that particular truth is, someone will deny it. It might be the truth that smoking is bad for
Subtle clues can indicate uneasiness and that can potentially indicate a lie. Whether or not someone is lying isn’t always easy to tell, but discomfort and unease can be a strong indication.