Tagged money

Investing: Bet the Jockey Not the Horse (J.F. (Jim) Straw)

Lately I have been asked—in various ways— “How do I go about picking winners in the Small Cap Companies, Initial Public Offerings, Start-ups and Private Held Companies for Investment?”Well, since my personal win/lose ratio is about 80/20 (more winners than losers), you might expect me to go into some detail about reading the financial statements; …

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Guest Article: “How Can You Get Rich?”

Everybody wants to know How can I get rich? Well, here’s how  I did it. I learned very early in life that the only way to make money was to “sell” something — either a product or a service — something people wanted or needed or do something for them they couldn’t — or wouldn’t …

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Getting and Keeping the “Wealth Consciousness”

The “wealth consciousness” (or the “money consciousness,” the two will be used interchangeably in this article) is more than merely thinking that you are wealthy or that you have a “right” to be wealthy. It is a way of looking at the world and seeing opportunities, possibilities, and avenues for wealth creation. Have you ever …

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Quotables: Sammy Davis, Jr.

When his accountant told him that he was spending too much money and at the rate he was spending it he would be filing for bankruptcy very soon, Sammy Davis Jr. sent the accountant an expensive gold cigarette case with an engraving that read, “Thank you very much for the advice. Your friend, Sammy.”

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Law of Attraction? Coincidence? Or Something Else?

As you may know, I recently began a Master Key Coaching Program with my head coach, James Spooner. Things have been going very well–people are experiencing great results and good things are happening in their lives. One person in particular, who we will call Mike (not his real name), had a very interesting experience. Mike …

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The Power of Concentration

Focusing our thoughts to one specific purpose or aim is paramount to achieving anything of lasting value. More often than not, many of us “scatter” our thoughts, never concentrating on one goal and following it through. When we learn to keep our thoughts focused on one aim, then – and only then – will we …

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