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Would you like a home gym?  All the movie stars have a home gym and you can too!  Do you have to be a movie star to have one?  No, not really!  In fact, you can put one together for very little money.  Over the years, I belonged to a health club and went there regularly during the week and even weekends.  I spent years in the gym, but it was worth it.  It takes a lot of work to keep me fit. Read More…

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 Yes, I am saying to buy new appliances and save money.  Recently, I bought a new refrigerator to replace a nineteen (19) year old refrigerator.  It was freezing up and leaking water from the freezer.  It just didn’t make sense to repair because of the age and we wanted a stainless steel one to match relatively new dishwasher.  I hate shopping for appliances! Read More…

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To avoid any confusion, I did say to marry for money.  Is money more important than love?  Finding your soul mate is not easy.  You already know what kind of person you don’t want, but you keep attracting those kinds of people.  You know the ones, they drink too much, spend too much, unfaithful, controlling or just not good for you.  If you have rich friends, you are more likely to meet other rich successful people. Read More…

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Participation in sports teach skills in leadership and success.  When you think of sports, you think of physical activity, but there is much more.  Most companies operate as a team which means it is similar to a sports team.  Winning teams are not necessarily the most talented, but one that can work well together to meet an objective.  If you do not participate in sports in school what are you learning, the 3 R’s? Read More…

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Road trips are a great way to spend time with family and friends. A cross country trip is a great way to see new things and visit interesting places. However, gas prices continue to rise. The expenses associated with food, lodging and sightseeing can also be pretty steep which can cause the overall price of the vacation to skyrocket! However, it is important to know that there are many tips trip planners can take in order to save money on travel expenses.

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Are You Superhuman?

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Are you superhuman?  Do you know what that word means?  If you are superhuman, you have qualities that are greater and more impressive than those of an ordinary person.     Am I talking about genetic modification, cybernetic implants, evolution or just exceeding expectations?   What happens, if you or your boss have unreasonable expectations? Read More…

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A Magic Pill

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Everyone wants a magic pill!  It is an easy answer for everything.  When you are sick, your doctor tells you to  take a pill and call him/her in the morning.  We are still looking for a pill to lose weight, stop smoking or grow hair.  Are you looking for a quick fix to solve your problems?  Look no further, you found it!  Here are my five (5) secrets to success! Read More…

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Free lunch was commonplace in the mid 1800s in saloons when you bought a drink.  It was an enticement to come into the saloon and buy drinks.  The price of food was included in the price of the drinks.  The acronym TINSTAAFL coined much later to express that you do not get something for nothing!  Even when things appear free, there is always a  cost to the individual or society either hidden or not! Read More…

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Average, Normal, Expected and Ordinary are words no one wants to hear!  I know I didn’t when I was in high school.  I remember hearing the Head Counselor telling my mother I was average.  That hurt!  Did it matter I was in a high performing prep school?  Was I average compared to the other students?  Hearing that evaluation motivated me to excel in everything.  Words can change you! Read More…

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These are 25 money saving tips, I use daily/weekly/monthly and they work!  I learned at a very early age that I needed to save my money to get the things I wanted.  Notice, I said the things I wanted.  My parents provided the things I needed!  Previously, I wrote “10 Changes Can Make Millions” and I thought I would share some more.  Start making changes today and you can start saving for what you want too. Read More…

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