Go from nothing to wealthy

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Money is important.

If you want to make your dreams and desires become a reality, you must learn to be successful with money. You need to know how to acquire it, how to maintain it, and how to grow it.

The good thing is that the core concepts of money aren’t complicated. In fact, they’ve been the same for hundreds of years. If you can understand and master the fundamental rules, then you can build wealth beyond your wildest dreams.

One of the best books about money is The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason. The book tells…


“An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.”

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Benjamin Franklin was a true renaissance man. Throughout his life he worked and succeeded in just about every profession he tried: politician, writer, scientist, engineer, and businessman.

His impact is still felt today with his signing of the United States’s Declaration of Independence, his invention of the lightning rod, and the founding of the University of Pennsylvania, among many other contributions.

Yet above all, Franklin’s best accomplishment remains his mindset. He believed that anyone could learn anything and improve into a better person. More importantly, he really lived in that belief by constantly improving and reinventing himself. …


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Habits form the foundation of your entire life.

They are the consistent, everyday actions that enable you to develop your skills and build your knowledge. Those skills and knowledge are what ultimately enable you to achieve your goals.

Of course, you don’t want to have just any basic habits. You want the game changers, the ones that will springboard you to a new dimension of success.

And that’s what you’re in store for today.

Here are 15 good habits to start that will drastically improve your life.

(1) Sleep 7–9 hours

Have you ever wished that there was an easy way to stay healthy…


They’re really, really easy

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Motivation is a powerful thing.

You feel alive and full of endless energy. You’ve got the confidence to take on the world and achieve any goal. Your ideas and work flow flawlessly with ease, creativity, and sheer brilliance. It’s a perfect world.

But that perfection doesn’t always happen, does it?

Some days you’re feeling too tired. Other days you’re too stressed. Sometimes it’s just random things popping up that take away time from your schedule and break your productivity.

Still, you want to be as productive as possible for as long as possible. …


Fortune favours the bold

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Fortis Fortuna Adiuvat

“Fortune favours the bold”

— Latin Proverb

Too many people live their lives soft and safe.

They’re timid, humble, and hesitating. They follow all the rules and pre-set plans. They like to be conservative and colour inside the lines.

Yet such a way of living has never and will never lead to an amazing life. Playing it safe holds you back from taking the big risks that ultimately lead to the big rewards. The best excitement, memories, and achievements all come from a life lived with boldness.

If you want to have an amazing life, one filled…


Prepare your mind with negative visualizations.

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Stoicism is an ancient philosophy, founded in the 3rd century BC in modern day Greece, by Zeno of Citium. It is based on the practical application of logic, reason, and ethics to everyday life.

Practising stoicism can offer you many positive things. You’ll learn how to stay focused and committed, even in difficult times. You’ll establish habits of life long learning and self improvement. Most of all, you’ll build up a mental fortitude that’s unshakeable.

The practical application of stoic principles is the most important thing. You can read tens or hundreds of books on the subject. But, just like…


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Benjamin Franklin was a true renaissance man. Throughout his life he worked and succeeded in just about every profession he tried: politician, writer, scientist, engineer, and businessman.

One of Franklin’s lesser-known secrets to his success was his decision-making method. According to his biography, Franklin developed the method when he was in his early 20s. He would continue to use it throughout the rest of his life, guiding him ever forward to success with each decision. Today, it is known as The Ben Franklin Method.

The Ben Franklin Method

In the summer of 1772, Franklin received a letter from his friend Priestley. Priestley was stuck…

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