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Some great advice and tips here. Many thanks - Barry.
This is glucose!I have learnt,money changes one's life,opportunity changes one's history.The opportunity of learning from the successful is a caterpillar.
Wealth should be considered as resource pack not goal .
I guess I should share two pieces of advice I haveReceived, that made a difference in my life:
The first was from my chemistry teacher, who said thatIf you don't understand the chapter, read it three times.
The second was from a relative, a successful doctor,Who told me that wealth is a state of mind.
This is a terrific and value-added article. Thank you!
“The only person in your whole life you get to choose is your spouse—everyone else is given to us: parents, siblings, schoolmates, co-workers, neighbors, even your children—so choose wisely.” This is refreshing to hear. It all starts at the core and radiates outward. If we can have a strong, improving core then we can pretty much be unstoppable. This is all the more reason to learn to judge more effectively: https://goo.gl/wntbEF The myth of "Don't judge anyone" feels romantic but if we have a mindset like this we raise the chances of embracing low quality results at the sake of not offending anyone. Thanks for the great article.