5 Tips for Creating a Customer-Attracting, Dynamic Brand

Recently, a colleague walked into my office looking refreshed. He had a great tan, relaxed physical demeanor, and big smile—but he hadn’t gone on vacation. I asked him, somewhat enviously, why he seemed so at ease. "I started playing baseball in 'an old man’s...

Tim Grover’s 6 Ways to Become Unstoppable

While there are several powerhouse speakers who will be “lighting up” the Perfect Life Retreat this fall, there’s one speaker in particular that I’m insanely excited about. His name is Tim Grover. If you don’t know Tim, you should. He has spent decades working with...

6 Ways Successful People Think Differently

Joe Coulombe was successful. At least, he was by most standards. Several years ago, he launched a small chain of convenience stores in southern California that fit the 7-11 model. But then, he saw an opportunity. Always one for innovation and improvement, he wondered...

The 4 Biggest Lies We Learn as Children—and How to Unlearn Them

Happiness is a tricky thing. We chase things, ideas, and people we think will get us closer to happiness, but they never truly do. Every time we reach a milestone, hundreds more appear before us. Before we know it, we are on the road to happiness once again—wandering...

3 Secrets From Man Who Gave Himself Rich

He is one of the most generous men I know. His goal is to give more to Shriner's Hospital than Justin Timberlake. Last year he gave over $15K to our Toys for Tots drive. He's a Go-Giver Giant among men. He also gives so much great free advice to his readers and...

There Is a Blue-Light Special on Brokerage Firms

Lehman is in bankruptcy. Merrill Lynch is sold to Bank of America for $44 billion. Bear Stearns sold to JPMorgan Chase for $2.2 billion, after originally agreeing to be bought for approximately $500 million.

There is a fire sale on Wall Street firms, and it is all because of one nasty little word: greed. Bear Stearns had gotten so greedy that it had leveraged its own assets to the moon…

How To Get More Done

When I worked as personal trainer in my early 20s, I noticed something very unusual about my most successful clients. These clients almost effortlessly achieved their goals and built the bodies that they wanted. How? They created a strong personal philosophy that made...

One Year Later

  "The guns and the bombs, the rockets and the warships, are all symbols of human failure. They are necessary symbols. They protect what we cherish. But they are witness to human folly." - Lyndon B. Johnson (address, Johns Hopkins University, April 7, 1965) Today, the...

Boost Your Creativity with “The Mozart Effect”

  "A verbal art like poetry is reflective; it stops to think. Music is immediate; it goes on to become." - W.H. Auden ("Notes on Music and Opera," The Dyer's Hand, 1962) Researchers have discovered many interesting things about the effects of classical music --...

About Labor Day

"All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence." - Martin Luther King Jr. Labor Day, you may be interested to know, has been an official holiday in the United States and Canada since 1894. But though...

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