One of the reasons so many people struggle with financial is because they are taught to turn their money over to financial “experts,” such as their banker and their mutual fund manager. Continue reading The Five Financial IQs About Money? from Rich Dad
If you are avoiding another person because you feel there is no safe way to communicate openly, you are probably experiencing damaged trust. If the very thought of approaching this person fills you with dread, anger, or fear, that’s another sign that you’re dealing with damaged trust. Continue reading How to Rebuild Damaged Trust
some are positive feelings – it is important to release on even very good feelings such as peace, serenity, love and courage, for behind these feelings are hidden wants, desires of the Ego. When you release these good feelings you feel a physical and emotional release, just as when you release negative feelings. What lies behind the good feelings is something even better, an imperturbable serenity. Continue reading What are the Active Relief Technique? by (Transforming the Mind)
Think about this in the context of how much time and effort goes into achieving 1.0% of annual investment outperformance—millions of hours of research, tens of billions of dollars of effort from professionals—and it’s easy to see what’s potentially more important or worth chasing. Continue reading How to Save Money convince your-self.
Most people recognize the value of unselfish thinking, and most would even agree that it’s an ability they would like to develop. Many people, however, are at a loss concerning how to change their thinking. To begin cultivating the ability to think unselfishly, I recommend that you do the following: Continue reading HOW TO EXPERIENCE THE SATISFACTION OF UNSELFISH THINKING
The stock market is indeed a dangerous place for beginners, which is why some investors choose the trusted advice of Wall Street professionals and advisors over their own intuition. For some, I do not doubt this is a sensible choice and worth the extra money that comes with employing a professional in the field. Continue reading How to Beat the Professional at Their Own Game of (Stock Market).
Much had been made in business school of “scientific management” and the need for highly educated, professionally trained mangers. In reality, you can’t learn to be a competent manager in a classroom—beyond a few simple principles, it’s a skill best learned through experience. Continue reading What is a Business Management?
The Ten Ways to Evaluate a Market provide a back-of-the-napkin method you can use to identify the attractiveness of any potential market. Rate each of the ten factors below on a scale of 0 to 10, where 0 is extremely unattractive and 10 is extremely attractive. When in doubt, be conservative in your estimate: Continue reading Ten Ways to Evaluate a The Market
All of these traps are caused by losses, and all of them create the gap between knowing and doing. If we want to be successful, we need to bridge that gap. Continue reading Keep Space between I Should and I Did
Do you know something? You’re never going to find the money. You’re always looking for what you think you need to get to where you want to go on the frequency of your thoughts. Continue reading THE POWER OF DECISION