How Being a Fraud Might be a Key to Success

Look at everyone around you. They’re confident, solid secure. They’re comfortable in their own skins. During meetings, they have it together. They always know what they’re talking about. They have no problems going on in their lives. They’re probably able to save tons of money. Their kids are in great schools. They go home to…

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What to do When You feel Intimidated

In the last few years, the ‘Anti-Bullying’ movement has been going around social media. At the time of this writing, I feel it’s sort of died down, what with the inauguration of a new administration in the US, and various other high profile events going on in the world. One thing’s for sure: Bullying still…

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Insights from 100 Ways to Create Wealth

Since I discovered the power of having my local library at my fingertips (via Hoopla), I’ve been powering through significantly more audiobooks on my ½ hr walk home from the office. I’m currently listening to 100 Ways to Create Wealth by Steve Chandler and Sam Beckford. If you haven’t read this book, I highly recommend…

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Top 5 Fitness Cop-Outs You Should Break Today

I was looking back through last edition’s CPA magazine and found an additional article on fitness that they published. I remember being interviewed for it, but I didn’t think that they ended up printing it. Turns out, they did. So I thought I would take the opportunity to add my two cents and discuss, in my…

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Six Simple Secrets to Skyrocket your EQ

Last week I dropped this bomb: Even if you had high IQ, or in our world, advanced technical skills, you still are not guaranteed success in your career. Why? Because, in today’s world, technical skill is no longer where the money is. Sure it’s going to be a good foundation so that will get you…

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