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Category Archives: PROSPERITY MINDSET
“Don’t just go out there and climb the ladder of success. Instead, redefine success. Because the world desperately needs it.” -Arianna Huffington in an interview for Forbes.com Born in Greece, educated at Cambridge, and now a well-known American entrepreneur and … Continue reading
“Money is the last taboo.” -Robert G. Allen People talk about all kind of things with each other, in person, through email, even on social media for the world to see. “TMI” is now part of our vocabulary, because we’re … Continue reading
“In case you didn’t get the memo, jobs are dead.” -Kate Phillips, Total Wealth Coaching This week we are proud to feature a guest post by Kate Phillips in celebration of independent entrepreneurs who have left paychecks behind to create … Continue reading
“An expert is someone who can tell you exactly how it can’t be done.” “If it were easy, it would have been done already.” -Peter Diamandis, Laws # 21 and #23 of … Continue reading
“It is more blessed to give than to receive.” -Acts 20:35b, The Bible Last week, shoppers scrambled home from the malls and wrapped their presents, preparing them for “Santa’s” arrival. ‘Tis the “Season of Giving,” but one shouldn’t confuse “consumerism” … Continue reading
“Gratitude is much more than a verbal expression of thanks. Action expresses more gratitude than speech.” -Mary Baker Eddy, Science & Health with Key to the Scriptures We love Thanksgiving – and by Thanksgiving, we don’t JUST mean the Thursday … Continue reading
Part 6 of “Target-Date Investing: Ten Mistakes Wall Street Hopes You Make.” (Find the whole series here.) “Successful people ask better questions, and as a result, they get better answers.” -Tony Robbins Mistake #10: Ask the wrong questions. (Or… ask … Continue reading