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The Common Path to Uncommon Success: A Review of John Lee Dumas’s First Book

“You’ve been lied to. In fact, we’ve all been lied to. The reason? Most people don’t want you to know one simple fact. Uncommon success is achievable, and the path is a common one.” John Lee Dumas John Lee Dumas (JLD) filled the pages of his book, The Common Path to Uncommon Success, with detailed […]

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Skip The Line: A Review Including 10 Ideas For James Altucher To Sell 100,000 More Books

Read James Altucher’s book Skip The Line to learn how to break out of your routine. You don’t need to spend 10,000 hours learning a new skill to become proficient and be able to make a living. You needn’t abide by our culture’s rules for success and the path to reach the top.You can find […]

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Redefining Anxiety by John Delony

Last April my wife and I’s wedding was completely planned and we had invited our closest friends and family to attend. But then the entire country was flipped upside down when the coronavirus began to spread. A tough call had to be made. Either to postpone our wedding or make some major changes. We decided […]

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Company of One

“If he were to double his profits, like his friend was trying to do, how much more work would be involved? How would that extra work affect his family or his life overall? Sean doesn’t want that complexity, the added stress and responsibility. He’d much rather make a great living without his work taking over […]

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The Common Rule

I started the day beautifully… I had a tall glass of water, drank a cup of coffee, completed ten minutes of quiet morning exercise, and then… I started reading my emails, which lead me to a YouTube video about a man that stopped a charging elephant by waving a stick, a cheetah that jumped in […]

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What I’ve Been Reading

Aikido and the Dynamic Sphere, by Adele Westbrook and Oscar Ratti. Picked this one up by recommendation of GM Maurice Ashley on the Tim Ferriss show. “However, in the West, the pervading theme is beginning to be: “We have, progressed from primitive and unself-unconcious participation to analytical thinking and an appreciation of awareness on the […]

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Writing and Building an Audience with James Altucher

Each week James Altucher hosts a Q&A on Twitter. A lot of folks ask James questions about writing and building an audience and I have been saving my favorite answers. Here are the top twelve! “Just keep writing. Write 2-3 hours a day. The best way to get feedback is to write good stuff that […]

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Finding My Virginity

Every entrepreneur should pickup a copy of Richard Branson’s book, Finding My Virginity. This book is full of gold nuggets for business owners. And it is hilarious too! Because of this book I was actually able to make some decisions and take my business into a more clear direction.  Before, I was always afraid to […]

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As a Man Thinketh

A couple of years ago I thankfully realized that my mind had fallen into an endless cycle of judgement. Strangers I passed on the street were too overweight, dressed in a distracting way, were lazy, or raising their children poorly, my family was focused on the wrong things, unhealthy, victims of their own mindset, and […]

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Fasting for Spiritual Breakthrough

The Bible is full of examples of fasting and our modern western Christian culture has all but lost most of them. My friend Trent Holbert suggested I read the book Fasting for Spiritual Breakthrough, by Elmer L. Towns, and boy am I glad he did! This book has examples of nine different fasts based on […]