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Everyday Happiness

As I relish a rare Saturday off on a beautiful spring day, a cool breeze of happy gratitude seems to have blown in my face. Turning 40 just over two years ago marked a magnificent turning point in my bank account as my large debts started to disappear and be replaced with growing assets. However, my true happiness does not seem to have been impacted by collecting interest instead of paying it. ...

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Lessons from a Donkey: Please all, and you will please none…

The ability to make decisions is vital to be successful. A good decision on time is always better than a perfect decision too late. Frequently, the problem with making decisions is that people wait to act out of fear of not making everyone happy. However, making everyone happy is not the main factor that you should consider when you make good decisions. ...

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Are You Advancing?

If you want to make more money, quit focusing so much on money. Instead of focusing on what you need, start to focus on providing increase to those around you. When you clearly have a vision for what you want, and you are determined to BE the person that lives that vision, you will have an increase. No matter where you are or what you do, if you increase the value you provide, you will attract people and ma ...

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Strive Instead for Happiness

Man is a determined being. Unlike animals, we can change our destiny, our environment and we can escape our surroundings by making them better. We naturally yearn for something more, but that yearning is often misunderstood. We all have greatness inside each of us and the dream of gaining riches to escape challenge and responsibility is not only unlikely, but would also damn our progress and ultimately dest ...

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Do You Really Listen?

Listening can be hard, especially when you think you have a lot to say… or if you think the person you are talking to is nuts. However, the person listening, is really the person in control of the conversation. Listeners make the best sales people, best husbands or wives, parents, mentors and business people. ...

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60 Dollars and Some Role Playing

If you come to my house to sell me something, you better be prepared. This week some poor 19-year old kid made the mistake of knocking on my door to sell me a subscription to a magazine so he could win a trip to some exotic location like Fresno. Forty-five minutes later, he left with $60 from my pocket and 20 years worth of sales lessons. ...

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Sales Lessons from a Six Year Old

I was born to sell, and apparently so was my six year old son Andrew. Andrew is playing baseball this year and to help pay for expenses the league asked him to sell a huge box of chocolate candy bars for a dollar each. My teenage son, Parker, was not so enthused about the sales task and immediately said it was stupid and he just wanted us to buy the candy bars because he didn’t want to talk to people he did ...

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