Its been a long windy, heck I don’t even knw what to think. You would not believe, I literally did a search on blog topics to write on… What writer does that???
The lazy kind. Okay, Okay !!! I am only teasing, actually have a special one for you today and hope you all like it. It got me excited when I stumbled on it, I know it will do the same for you too.
These awesome individuals have gone through the halls of innovation and creation.
They have battled the obstacles. They have written millions of success into the economy and they have sold their stories to their audiences.
Quick Quote: “Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors for you where there were only walls” Joseph Campbell Continue reading
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Of course, you are busy. Every one is busy.
But when will it change?
The reason people don’t have enough time is not because they were given less time than anyone else. It is more because they frequently have either or both of these ideas: – “I can do it better myself” or ” I can do it quicker myself”
These two phrases lock a person into less time.
Wealth (of money and time) is hidden from those who must do it themselves. Wealth reveals itself to those patient enough to train others.
The secret is to have the patience to train others so you can get more done.
“The best solution to a problem is almost always the simplest solution” –
William of Occam
Leverage equals speed. You want to create wealth? You need lots of leverage.
It’s got to be objective ( your dream) – this advances humanity and adds value. I guess every dollar is an enlightened one.
It’s got to have a fulcrum (that’s you) – the object on which the lever hinges. Without you, no height in the lever and the dream will never move.
It’s got to have a lever. When the first two are in place, your success depends on the length and strength of the lever.
My friends, what am I saying? Continue reading
EARN all you can, SAVE all you can and give out all you can afford
“Earn all you can, save all you can, give all you can”, this is the motto which John Wesley had lived by. Many of us have parents or grandparents who lived through the Great Depression, and grew up about saving up because you never know when you will need it.
Author C.S. Lewis was known for only living on 10% of his income, while giving the remaining 90% to charities in London. Today we live in a society that sometimes seems to live with a new motto.
“Earn all you can, spend all you can even money you don’t have, give only what you can spare.” Continue reading
“HAPPINESS IS FOUND IN DOING NOT MERELY IN POSSESSING”
Are you truly happy?
Do you even know what it means to be happy and what it takes to achieve happiness?
These are important questions for anyone who is seeking happiness to ask themselves.
I try to live my life to maintain my own happiness while trying my best to not cause unhappiness to anyone else.
If you want to be happy you need to understand that you can be happy and that you should be happy. Many people make the mistake of believing that they don’t deserve happiness and accept their unhappy state as their destiny.
The truth of the matter is that happiness, like anything else in life, needs to be nurtured.
How??? Continue reading