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He is rich enough that wants nothing.
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- Thank you, Mr. Mandela, for all you gave the world.
- Risk taking for the sake of taking risks: Weekly Challenge No. 18
- Finding your passion at work
- The Three Words Top Innovators Use
- Is it really easier to find a job when you already have one?
- National Achievers Congress – A Scam?
- Our deepest fear…
- Never too late; Weekly Challenge No. 17
Category Archives: Miscellaneous
Some of you may have read my review, “National Achievers Congress: A Scam?” Since then, many people have commented on the same seminar taking place in their regions around the world. For an obscure, unmarketed blog like this, it’s remarkable … Continue reading
The thinking person’s guide to the NAC business conference I’m sure those who have read my blog can tell I’m a fan of motivational self-help books and programs. I know they aren’t for everyone, but I’m the sort who loves … Continue reading
Poetics by A.R. Ammons I look for the way things will turn out spiraling from a center, the shape things will take to come forth in so that the birch tree white touched black at branches will stand out wind-glittering … Continue reading
Weekly Challenge No. 14 encourages you to spend the next several days building a practice of relaxation and stress relief into your daily life. First, so that you have some form of measurement to gauge results, rate how stressed you … Continue reading
The fine art of relaxation becomes lost to many of us, particularly when we are so busy we don’t even feel we have the time to relax properly. However, we can’t wait for annual vacations to let go of stress … Continue reading
If Weekly Challenge No. 12, “One Easy Step To A Better Life,” didn’t have enough examples of simple steps you can choose each day to improve your life, then an article from Rodale.com ought to provide some inspiration. Check out … Continue reading
We’re never done. With anything. Ever. It’s an interesting life lesson a couple of older, wiser friends were discussing last week. They said they were in their 50s before they figured that one out. Then, on my way home that … Continue reading
“Remembering I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everything – all external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure – these things … Continue reading
Wow. It’s already been more than a half-year since I began my process of Getting Unstuck in 365 Days. I can’t say I’m there yet, but I am happy to report I feel I’m on a forward-moving path from stuck … Continue reading
We all feel it on occasion: Fear. Timidity. Apprehension. Insecurity. Or perhaps the “zone of doubt and uncertainty,” as it was labeled in the previous Sigmoid Curve discussion. These human emotions are hard to fight, particularly in these times of … Continue reading