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Lesa Gutenkunst

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Lesa Gutenkunst

How to Find Your True Calling

By Andrew Merle | 12/15/2016

Many people are in search of their purpose, or true calling, in life. And this is certainly a worthy endeavor — research has shown that knowing your sense of purpose adds up to 7 years of extra life expectancy. But finding your purpose can be quite challenging since it can…

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#1 Step in Marketing

By Craig Ballantyne | 12/13/2016

Meet Marketing Mark. Mark is 34 years old. He works in Scranton, Pennsylvania at a job he dislikes, for a boss that he hates, at a company that would make The Office look like one of America’s best places to work. Each day at 4:30 p.m. (or some days a…

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How to Create ‘Tiny Advantages’ and Crush Your Opponents

By James Altucher | 11/30/2016

First, let me tell you how you win a game of chess (you’ll see why)… Rule #1: Make sure all of your pieces are protected. There are exceptions to this rule but in general just make sure you aren’t leaving anything hanging, that is, in such a way that the…

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5 Things to Do Today to Make Your Life Better

By Craig Ballantyne | 11/24/2016

You and I have spent the better part of our lives pursuing success, but we can’t change this eternal truth: The best things in life are (nearly) free. Good health, time with loved ones, relaxing with our pets, and the simple comfort of a cup of coffee at the kitchen table…

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complaining rewires your brain

How Complaining Rewires Your Brain for Negativity

By Dr. Travis Bradberry | 11/18/2016

Research shows that most people complain once a minute during a typical conversation. Complaining sometimes feels good, but it isn’t good for you.

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The Great Cardio Myth is Now Available

By Early to Rise | 11/16/2016

In his new book, The Great Cardio Myth, Craig Ballantyne and co-author Chelsea Ratcliff explain to you in detail why everything you’ve been told about exercise is wrong. For decades we’ve been told that cardio exercise is the silver bullet against weight gain and obesity and a panacea against heart…

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If You’re Going Fishing You Need Bait

By Craig Simpson | 11/16/2016

Robert Collier was a fabulously successful direct-mail marketer who ruled the field during the first half of the twentieth century. He is believed to have written sales letters that brought in upwards of one hundred million dollars during the 1920s and 1930s. In today’s dollar that would amount to a…

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How to Break the Shackles of the Financial Industry

By Mark Morgan Ford | 11/15/2016

I am not an investment professional. I have never made any money managing other people’s money. I went from rags to riches the old-fashioned way: by working hard and then investing my income as carefully as I could. Because I’d done well on my own, I never considered seeking financial…

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7 Steps for Turning Big Ideas Into Big Money

By Mark Morgan Ford | 11/9/2016

Big-money ideas are almost always new and different. As such, they are often only vaguely articulated, and therefore difficult to implement in a methodical way. You need a plan that includes specific objectives you’ve already identified… along with deadlines and designees. Above all, you need persistence. Because, despite whatever plan…

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How to Get More Done Every Day

By Bedros Keuilian | 11/8/2016

Being an entrepreneur is the greatest lifestyle in the world… but it’s not a walk in the park. Most people think there aren’t enough hours in the day to do everything that you want or need to do. As an entrepreneur, you don’t get to complain about that. In fact,…

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How to Change Your Course in Life

By Craig Ballantyne | 11/7/2016

You’re about to discover how to get more done, make more money, and still get home on time for dinner. Today you’re going to walk away with 5 personal rules for your life that will make you a better business owner and parent. But before I do that, I want…

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ETR Exclusive: ETR Founder Mark Ford

By Tara McMeekin | 11/3/2016

Mark Ford isn’t your typical success story. From an early age, he knew he wanted to become a writer — but never did he imagine he’d become one of the most sought-after entrepreneurs in the newsletter-publishing world. Mark is also an expert investor, and has started more than 100 businesses.…

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