Tag: savings

Positive Mental Attitude: Season 2 – Episode 8 – Habit of Saving Revamped

“The principle he learned and the one that you also can employ will now be stated in a very few words. In reading The Richest Man in Babylon, Mr. Osborn found that wealth could be acquired if you: (a) Just save one dime out…

Warren Buffet On Crypto: Is He Scared?

So, since Crypto started making waves and I started reading a little bit more of Tony Robbins again, I’m getting really scared about why there’s such a huge divide between the Gen B’s and the newer generations. After 2008, who trusts the banks? I…

Wealth Goals For 2018

“Less time; more money!” That was my motto heading into this year.  After all the events that had taken place in the month of October and November, I was almost sure that I could’ve made 120$ an in two hours with a private course…

Wheel of Life: Merry Christmas! The Most Successful Year of My Life!

MERRY CHRISTMAS to ABSOLUTELY EVERYONE AROUND THE WORLD! Yes, did it in caps because it’s a big deal. Guys and gals, Christmas is celebrated in some cultures as a religious holiday, but I celebrate it as a day to live, love, and laugh.  I…

Darren Hardy – Story of Kathleen

“Twelve years ago I had a wonderful assistant, Kathleen. She earned $40,000 a year at the time. She was tasked to manage the registration table situated at the back of the room during one of my lectures on entrepreneurship and wealth building. The next…

Money Talk – Keeping It Slow & Easy

As I said in my last blog, it’s time to track one habit a week.  This is the beginning, so don’t get bent out-of-shape about it.  Pick a habit that has the greatest control over you, and once you start reaping the rewards of…

Darren Hardy: Everyone Has Experienced The Compound Effect

“The phenomenal power of the Compound Effect is that simple. The difference between people who employ the Compound Effect for their benefit compared to their peers who allow the same effect to work against them is almost inconceivable. It looks miraculous! Like magic or…

The Penalty of Leadership

Since living here in Thailand, teachers have said: I’m black, too loud, too funny, not strict enough, too much charisma, gets all the work, brown noses, shouldn’t be a teacher, can’t write, bad at presenting.  In addition to that, students have said: we want…

Napoleon Hill – How To Overcome The Fear of Poverty

First, scissor up those plastic cards that lay either idle, or accessible in your wallets and purses.  It’s time to pay virtually cash for everything.  Oh, and this comment is specifically for my Thais here in Thailand – DON’T PAY OFF DEBT WITH CREDIT…

Napoleon Hill – The Slavery of Debt

Paying for something you can’t afford.  Ring a bell? You dig into your wallet and pullout that flashy master card, which has “debt-ridden” all over it.  You slide that card or insert it into the machine – little do you know what you’ve just…