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Randy, you are an outstanding writer. But too long of post for my liking. Thanks for all you do.
1 month, 2 weeks ago on When Faith is Evil
3 months ago on Most People
Your food choices can be just as bad as smoking and as addicting too. I'm like you Randy - if I have junk food in my house Im eating it. It's the simple choices over time that make us and keep us healthy. But every now and then it's fun to eat a donut or a pepperoni pizza with everything on it.
4 months, 1 week ago on What Is Wrong with this Picture?
This is great! I agree 100%
5 months ago on 3 Secret Steps to Manifesting Prosperity
Randy, I disagree with you on this one. Why put your own money at risk in business if you don't have to. Business 101
"Other People's Money" first then when your making a nice profit pay off your debts with your bankers or investors.
5 months, 1 week ago on The Perils of Credit and Investors
Awesome post! I just took a 2 week vacation with my son and go surfing and hit the gym as much as possible. You are a 100% right about burnout. I've watched loved ones lose their health and even their lives due to overworking. Nobody ever gets to their deathbed and says I wish I spent more time working. I say work smart and play hard, and always make time for your loved ones.
9 months, 1 week ago on YOU Time
Unbelievable. I loved this. Best video, I have seen all year.
9 months, 2 weeks ago on Never. Give. Up.
Great post! I'm all for purpose, but have coached a few people who gave up on their jobs to pursue purpose full-time and are now in financial straits. My mom started a shelter for battered women, but she didn't start making money for at least 5 years afterwards. This was her purpose, but you got to keep money coming in while you pursue your purpose unless you have mastered the skill for 3 for 3 (Thoughts, Feelings, Actions in perfect alignment).
11 months ago on Ego and Purpose
I used to think the rich worked way longer than normal people until I read Donald Trumps book "How to Become Rich". He spends 3 hours a day reading, doesn't drink, and works a pretty normal schedule from 9 to 6 like most. But he does delegate lots of his meaningless tasks. I think most of the things we do on a daily basis that move us towards what we want will not show up for many months or years - the compound effect. Successful people just know what they want and move their actions towards that with their time. Unsuccessful people waste their time working low paying jobs, or no pursuing things that will ever lead them out of the rut.
11 months, 1 week ago on Time Management
LOL! So true.
11 months, 1 week ago on Financial Advice
Thanks for this post Randy. it's been said that the only assurance for abundance is gratitude. Amazing how many people don't do a daily or weekly gratitude list. Most people could turn their situation around if they would focus their energies on the things they do have.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on Gratitude
My extravagant account is from all my rewards points from my credit card each month. I have decided to use this extra money here to simply satisfy me with a new guitar, vacation, surfboard, etc...and yes I do pay my credit card off. I personally would only go into debt to buy a house or my dream car, which I have done before.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on Your Extravagance Account
I feel the same way Randy. Thanks for all your wisdom, you always inspire me.
1 year, 3 months ago on Challenge
If life is a gift and we are to be good stewards to our bodies, than abstinence or moderate use of alcohol, drugs, food, should be acquired. If you find anything getting an unhealthy hold on your life than you may want to completely abstain from it. thanks for sharing.
1 year, 3 months ago on Moral Consciousness