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How to be Above Average

Most think they are above average. For example, in one survey 94% of college professors claim they do above average work. Statistically, it is impossible that 94% of any group is above average. An educated group of college professors should understand the statistical … Continue reading

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Your Unconscious Limitations

We are controlled by unconscious forces that prevent us from reaching our full potential. No matter how hard we try, it is difficult to understand ourselves because we have no direct access to our unconscious. Our conscious thoughts are conceived … Continue reading

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How to be Happy — Success, Money and Happiness

The formula for success is obsolete. It’s the model that dictates how we’re supposed to live. We chase success expecting that happiness is on the other end. It’s not. But if happiness is your focus you will never find it. … Continue reading

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Budgeting Sucks — Do This Instead: Regardless If You Earn $50K or $1,000,000

Budgeting is a lot like dieting. They both work in theory, but in the real world they are almost worthless. Surprisingly, the secret to controlling spending is to abandon strict and impossible rules. And forget the complicated online programs too. … Continue reading

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Javier Vazquez – The Making of a Shy Kid Turned UFC Cage Fighter

Fifteen seconds into the world championship fight, Javier Vazquez stepped forward for a single leg take-down, but when he planted his foot, his right knee buckled. Javier did not stop, instead he continued to drop his weight and took his … Continue reading

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