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Book Review: Think And Grow Rich

Think And Grow Rich

There are certain books which are almost pre-requisites to success! The one for wealth creation is Napoleon Hill’s ‘Think And Grow Rich‘.

It is one of the most influencial best sellers of all time, selling over 15 million copies around the world. The reasons for its success: because it does what it says on the tin! During the research for the book, he interviewed 500 of the most affluent men and women of the time and put together a 13-step formula to achieve the same success – here they are…

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How And Why To Calculate Our Net Worth

How and why to calculate our net worth

Do you have a really tight grip on your finances – knowing exactly how much money is coming in and going out each month?

Many of us get so busy managing our careers, relationships and health – we neglect our wealth. If we’re spending money, the real cost is actually 10-30% more than the price tag – why? Because…

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Highly Recommended Reading

It is often said that success comes from experience, and experience comes from failure (or words to that affect). However, we don’t need to experience failure all the time to become successful at something – often it’s better to learn…

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Healthy Secrets

[wp_eStore_cart_when_not_empty] We’re getting fatter than ever before! Depression and suicide rates are up! We’re dying of heart attacks in our 30’s! Michael Jackson is still alive! Okay, only joking about the last one…but the others are very real! Fortunately help…

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How To Get More From 2011

Results for 2011

Not sure about you, but most people feel like they’ve been run over by a bus in the first week of the year back to work. So how do you ensure 2011 gets off to a flying start?

First there were New Year’s resolutions, then there were Life Goals, then came the art of Zen for modern man (and woman): don’t stress yourself out with any resolutions!

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Book Review: Rich Dad Poor Dad

This book by Robert T. Kiyosaki should be included in the school curriculum. Not because it’s a literature classic, but because it may save them a huge amount of hassle later on in life.

By getting kids to study the lessons behind creating sustainable health, it would save them going into their adult life like most of us have done, with no assets that mean we’re clearly on track to never having to work again and only do so because we love what we do.

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