Today, ask yourself, what is my context? Am I happy with my context? Or do I want it to change? If you want to be rich, you must have a rich person’s context. And that starts with learning what the rich know about money— their financial education.
With almost all the recent economic data coming in weak, the Fed must feel that it has little choice but to continue printing money in order to drive property and stock prices higher, in the hope of causing credit growth to revive. Learn more from Richard Duncan about the continuing decrease in growth.
Success requires accomplishments. Wealth requires delivering a product or service that someone is willing to buy. Health requires eating well and exercising. Whatever you have is a result of what you do.
Both federal and state governments have significantly expanded the number of rules and regulations which now constitute criminal activity. Whereas it used to be that knowledge of a crime was required, our government has taken short cuts to prove a crime.
The primary reason many people seek job security is because that’s what they are taught to seek, both at school and at home. As adults, millions of people still continue to follow that advice.
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