3 Characteristics of a Leader

Leadership expert John Maxwell told SUCCESS in April 2009, “Ego and insecurity are the two greatest land mines of leadership. Ego creeps in when you start not to value other people—when you begin to look at people as what can they do for you instead of what you can do for them.” He says there … Continue reading

Foundation of Abundance

by Darren Hardy I’m here to tell you, there is one thought that can change your life. This one thought can: • Create great wealth • Bolster your health and keep disease at bay • Unlock your greatest potential • Forge and fortify deep abiding love • Inspire great joy to the point of bliss … Continue reading

Risk Takers

Narrative #1: Life is dangerous! Working for yourself is a risky, uncertain proposition. Better to take the safe road and work for a larger company. Almost every entrepreneur or self-employed person hears this narrative when heading out on their own, especially from well-meaning friends or family members. I heard from a woman last week who … Continue reading


Vitamins for the Mind by Jim Rohn How many languages can a child learn? As many as you will take the time to teach them. Even kids can get started on becoming financially independent. Kids can make profits long before they can legitimately earn wages. Kids ought to have two bicycles: one to ride and … Continue reading

Ability, Motivation and Attitude

 by Chris Widener “Ability is what you’re capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it.” —Lou Holtz There are three primary aspects of your life that will determine whether or not you are successful in your endeavors. You will not be successful if you have only one or … Continue reading