Life Purpose

We’ve all wondered about the question “Can Money Buy Happiness.”  Today, my brother Gene has a guest post that answers this question.  So read below and chime in with your own thoughts…

We live in a world where money matters.  Money gets you what you want and most people desire it.   Some even lust after it.  Yet if you take a random sampling of people and ask them if money can give them happiness most will say that it cannot. [click to continue…]

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Greetings from Sevilla, Spain! Finished with a bit of site seeing, so wanted to bring you another edition of Steve’s Sunday Selections and quickly cover some of the better blog posts that I’ve just read… [click to continue…]

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(This is a quick introduction to the concept of how to create a life plan. If you’re interested in this topic, then you can read more in the free report called “Life Plan Mastery” which is available on the top right part of this page.)

Have you ever noticed that most of us go through our lives wanting? It almost seems like we care more about the things we want to happen in the future than we care about the present. [click to continue…]

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Growing up, I had an uncle who the whole family thought was a bit of a whack job.

Whenever they spoke about Uncle Rick, some of my relatives would roll their eyes and nod their heads in unison with sympathetic glances and sighs. “Oh, Uncle Rick is in the Everglades or Uncle Rick is mountain climbing in South America” were the typical responses that I heard when I asked if he would be joining us for Christmas. [click to continue…]

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The internet is definitely my favorite resource for research and learning, but I’ve been reading something that I’ve started recommending to anyone who will listen. The book I’ve discovered– Crush It: Why NOW Is the Time to Cash in on Your Passion by Gary Vaynerchuk– offers some pretty simple, straightforward advice about how to get what you really want out of life. [click to continue…]

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All right… In this post, I’m going to shift gears from the general tone of this site. Usually I’m a pretty happy-go-lucky kind of guy who uses humor and personal experiences to get my point across. [click to continue…]

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Steve’s Sunday Selections – March 14th, 2010

March 14, 2010

Here’s your weekly edition of Steve’s Sunday Selections! Once again, I managed to mix up a lot of the different themes that I like to talk about on this site. The following are all excellent posts that can help improve your life..

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Embark on Your Hero’s Journey

March 10, 2010

I feel that when you start an online business you’re basically undergoing your own form of a hero’s journey. Specifically, there are a number of phases that you must undertake to have success at the end.

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Achieve Success By Focusing On Your Core Genius

February 17, 2010

Successful people believe this, too. That’s why they put their core genius first. They focus on it—and delegate everything else to other people on their team.

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29 Ways to Make Today the Worst Day Ever

February 13, 2010

Some people strive to make each day count. You’re a little different. In fact, your goal is to make today the worst day ever. Good thing you have 29 ways to make this happen.

You’ve got a lot of work to do, so let’s get started….

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53 Life Lessons From Homer Simpson

February 4, 2010

Forget Dr. Phil. Screw Tony Robbins. And don’t listen to Oprah.

The smartest person out there is Homer Simpson. After 20 years, this self-help guru is still going strong with his words of wisdom.

Don’t believe me?

Well, check out Homer’s 53 lessons about improving your life…

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What is Lifestyle Design?

January 20, 2010

One of the main topics I’ll be covering on this site is Lifestyle Design. So what is it? In his book The 4-Hour Workweek, Tim Ferriss describes lifestyle design as a way to structure your life so you enjoy it right now instead of waiting till retirement….

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