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Good morning Mr. President. I took some time off this week from writing to you. My last letter demonstrated my level of frustration. Thanksgiving helped that frustration to ease. We had a great time with family and friends who had a choice of being a Pilgrim or an Indian for the day. There were Pilgrim hats…Continue
Added by Mike Cournia on November 30, 2013 at 3:35pm — No Comments
Hello guys,i have been working on my book"Grandma's wise words"that i plan to publish in the beginning of this year.i spoke to Dan about it and he encouraged me to bring out here to fellow members and reach out for your help.basically what i do is interview seniors who are 70 years and up, or as long as they have grand children or even better when they have great grand children.
the 4 question i ask are:
1.what is the secret to good health.
2.what is the secret to a long healthy…
Added by Alain(Alby)Mbanjabahizi on November 30, 2013 at 2:23pm — No Comments
It has been just over a year and Entrepreneur on Fire has grown from a seedling of an idea, into a thriving, profitable business: (Jump to the…Continue
Added by Joel Boggess on November 30, 2013 at 6:00am — No Comments
You know those times in your life when you don't want to answer the phone, check your email, or even go online for fear of bad news. Much better are the times when you wake up eager to see what the day holds.
I can't help but go back continually to the old Zig Ziglar quote, "You will get all you want in life if you help enough people get what they want." As I move through this newest phase of the business, which involves a podcast for baseball coaches and an additional resource…Continue
There is no way that everything can be understood instantaneously. Processing and understanding takes time. Those who are patient are known for their wisdom - a wisdom that comes from the practice of patience.
The same is true for production. It takes time. The goods and services that people want need to be generated. Those who can envision and nurture the production process patiently over time render a great…
Added by Bruce Koerber on November 29, 2013 at 4:49pm — No Comments
You may have grown up, as I did, hearing that milk was important to keep your bones and teeth healthy and strong. It is high in calcium, after all, which is what builds bones and teeth. And as parents perhaps you now encourage your children to drink their milk as well. Well, believe it or not, the conventional dairy…Continue
Added by Ann Musico on November 29, 2013 at 6:30am — No Comments
A few days ago, my computer was suddenly corrupted when I was preparing a powerpoint presentation which brought me heaps of morass. The technology is budding and develping fastly in this generation. In the mean time, it brings threads to data loss and prolongs people's fear of losing beautiful memories to daily life. All kinds of data which is saved in multiple types of devices are at highly risk of being lost, deleted, formatted... Regrettably is I finally realize this matter until I lost…Continue
Added by Doris Ou on November 28, 2013 at 11:55pm — No Comments
Today is one day out of the year that we are reminded to be grateful for all the things we have in our lives. This includes not only the tangible items that keep us comfortable, but those intangibles that keep us happy. Every day we should give thanks for what we have and be conscious of our....
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Tomorrow will be a sad day. One of Kenton Ohio's finest will be laid to rest. Bryan Beaman was only 50 years old and leaves behind a wife, 2 school age children and countless friends. I only met him once and knew there was something special about him immediately. I was grateful that my…
Added by Joel Boggess on November 28, 2013 at 7:26am — No Comments
I’ve been following Dan and the 48 Days program for quite a while now. For a long time I’ve been self-limited by the so-called security of working a job for an employer, etc. About two years ago my company was involved in a potential debarment action due to some proprietary information mishandling. It rapidly went from affecting the small number of directly-involved employees to the entire staff in our city—hundreds of employees were impacted. I started to look around to find an opportunity…Continue
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Personally, Thanksgiving is my favorite Holiday. I love this time of the year because it is truly one time when we get together to give thanks and to be grateful for all that we have in our lives.
As most of you have seen on Facebook and Twitter, there are many people who are posting one thing they are thankful for from November 1st until Thanksgiving…Continue
You may think that because you are eating “healthy whole grains” which are mostly whole wheat products (breads, cereals, crackers, etc.) and you don’t have celiac disease, you should have no problem losing weight. But those supposedly healthy “whole grains” could be exactly what is sabotaging your efforts!…Continue
Added by Jen McDonough "The Iron Jen" on November 27, 2013 at 6:00am — No Comments
I can confuse anything if you give me enough time. Don't leave me alone very long with a fact, opinion or political view because I can have it turned around and torn into little pieces in no time. That's what happened to me with Thanksgiving.
Question number six by Jason Godlberg of FAB. “What have your parents taught you?” My parents taught me that there are more important things than the material stuff so many use as a measure of their success. Though my parents were loyal and hard working, they did not seem to care too much about the temporal, like cars or titles or houses. At times this has been disappointing because I have wanted to have things that I have seen others enjoy. Yet at other times, I crave simplicity and am not…Continue
Added by Keith Kemp on November 26, 2013 at 5:08pm — No Comments
Are you curious to know how much wealth you could have in the future? What your money could be worth 30 years from now?
I've found a detailed market forecast, and did some math to figure out what you could realistically expect in terms of building long-term wealth.
Added by Darren Wu on November 26, 2013 at 2:17pm — No Comments
Recently I was in a car accident. The whole incident was totally MY fault which made whole incident incredibly embarrassing!
Photo courtesy of Jen McDonough
So just a week after…Continue