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Why The Ice Bucket Challenge Is a Waste of Your Time

By Craig Ballantyne | 08/25/2014

There are many reasons you should not waste your time with the Ice Bucket Challenge. For one, I won’t do it because I don’t like being called out and told what to do. Second, it doesn’t look like a lot of fun (although from what I understand, that’s the point,…

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Doctor Makes More

By Craig Ballantyne | 08/19/2014

You are in the right place. In November, you could be in an even better place. On the weekend of November 7-8th, 2014, Bedros Keuilian and I are running a 2-day Online Breakthrough Summit in Southern California. You’ll leave the weekend with a complete 30-day blueprint for online success. Does…

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Politically Incorrect Millionaire

By Craig Ballantyne | 08/3/2014

Most people think it’s impossible to become a millionaire. But data proves them wrong. Statistics show that 1 in 160 people in America is a millionaire. They are much more common than you think. You know at least one. Data also shows that 1 in 1,460 people in the world…

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The Chair

By Craig Ballantyne | 07/18/2014

My father would have turned 75 this weekend but an addiction to alcohol stole him away from us almost six years ago. I miss the old guy. We had our differences, of course, as every father and son will, but he taught me so much, like a good father should.…

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The Story of Two Marines in the Path of a Truck Bomb

By General John Kelly | 07/4/2014

Two years ago when I was the Commander of all U.S. and Iraqi forces, in fact, the 22nd of April 2008, two Marine infantry battalions, 1/9 “The Walking Dead,” and 2/8 were switching out in Ramadi. One battalion in the closing days of their deployment going home very soon, the…

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How to Build a Portfolio That Will Survive Any Crisis

By Dr. David Eifrig | 06/10/2014

Since 2008, my readers have made a fortune using the “glass half full” investment approach. I’ve urged readers of my Retirement Millionaire advisory to invest in the U.S. through stocks, real estate, and municipal bonds. I’ve repeatedly highlighted that the U.S. economy isn’t booming… but it’s doing well enough to…

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The One Quote That Changed My Life

By Craig Ballantyne | 06/9/2014

Her drink of choice was Johnny Walker Gold. Famous in the New York Arts Community for holding New Year’s Day parties for her extended family of writers, dancers, and singers at her old Brownstone home in Harlem, she lived and laughed and loved. Even up to her dying day, she…

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One Big Lesson From A Book… Can Make a Huge Difference in Your Life

By Bob Burg | 06/5/2014

“Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most  accessible and wisest of counselors, and the most patient of teachers.”  –Charles William Eliot As an avid reader and learner, many books provide me with a number of immediately-applicable lessons. As evidenced by the dog-eared pages, highlighting,…

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How to Escape the Dead-End Middle Class

By Craig Ballantyne | 05/27/2014

Escape the dead-end middle class by taking charge of your financial future by creating capital that compounds over time… here’s how.

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Exactly What to Eat to Start Your Day

By Craig Ballantyne | 05/22/2014

“You have a unique accent,” I said to the maître d’ as he led me to my table at Café Boulud. “Where are you from?” “It’s French. I’m originally from Normandy, near the coast, but I’ve been working in London for the last several years. Monsieur Boulud recruited me from…

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The No. 1 Thing to Do When Setting Up Your Family

By Dr. Joanne Stern | 05/20/2014

We would all like to have a family that supports each other… works together for the good of all… and creates a lasting legacy. But what makes family members want to do that? This is a question you will need to answer at some point. That’s because a family office…

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3 Ways to Grow Your Business

By Craig Ballantyne | 05/19/2014

Every morning during one of my daily readings I review one of the Kekich Credos. Some are motivational, others health related, and some are good kick-butt mindset tips. My favorites are the hardcore business ones, like #19. It states, “Use leverage with ideas (the ability to generalize is the key…

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