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Links 1 through 10 of 29 by Angela Alcorn tagged SelfImprovement

Chris Brogan: "If Life Really Ran Like a Ship… I went on a cruise last winter. The plus was that there were lots of great people that I like aboard the ship. The negative was that if I wanted to change my mind, I couldn’t. I was on the ship for the duration of the journey. With the courses we set for ourselves in life, we tend to jump back off the ship quite often. Sure, ships make course adjustments. But they don’t just cancel the trip at the first choppy wave. They move forward and maintain their original travel plans. "

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- How to make people like you and network
- How to speed read and the power of audio books
- How to set goals and manage time
- How to read a financial statement
- How to negotiate, use contracts, and not get taken advantage of
- How to save and invest
- How to be successful in life
- How to spread an idea and basic marketing

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We used to be self-reliant.

Sometime around the industrial revolution, we gave the responsibility of feeding our families to a bunch of old guys in suits that cost more than our car.

We started to specialize. We became widget stampers, widget joiners, widget movers.

We believed we were making things easier. Instead we were handing over every tiny scrap of personal power we had left.
We rely on one stream of income and construct our entire lives around the panic that it might disappear.

The rich, on the other hand, have been handily avoiding this trap for years.

Would you put little Emma’s college fund into something you don’t understand, has no guarantees, and over which you have zero control? No? Then WHY IN HELL are you doing it with your family’s income?

Whether you’re a single parent, a cubicle dweller, an online business owner, a stay-at-home parent or just some dude looking to finally pay off your Visa, there is still time to take back your power.

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