A friend of mine just returned from a trip Down Under, and I was saddened to hear him tell me that the visible destruction in Christchurch, New Zealand, my one-time home, is still enormous. Christchurch suffered a 6.3 magnitude earthquake in 2011 that killed one hundred eighty-five people and destroyed scores of buildings. This got […]
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Sadly, most people spend a majority of their time completely unaware of what’s going on around them. The result is that they are totally oblivious to the opportunities that continually cross their paths. The good news is that no one has the power to prevent you from being aware, nor can anyone prevent you taking […]
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That which you confront you can control; that which you do not confront will control you.
You’re always wrong when you say, “I’ve tried everything.”
The key to profitability is to get more output from less input.
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