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Do you know why some people succeed while others fail? The answer may surprise you but it’s 100% accurate. If you ask most people, they think knowledge alone is the most important factor to one’s success. But what I’ve found in my years of research clearly indicates that your knowledge, although important, constitutes only a
These days everyone is looking to find ways to increase their energy and often by resorting to all kinds of extreme measures. I see people ingesting anything from artificial substances in liquid or pill form to vitamins you can get from vaping—all to just eke out a few more hours of energy. The vitamin and
As many of you know, Ralph Waldo Emerson is one of my favorite mentors. When I read his Thanksgiving prayer I was deeply touched. So, I decided to share it with you. As for my own message, I take this time to express our sincere appreciation for your confidence and loyalty. We are profoundly thankful
Being a real estate investor is not an easy business to venture in. There are so many challenges to overcome! That’s why we formed Sam’s Real Estate Club. To give investors the education and support they need to turn their dream of being a real estate investor into a reality. But there’s one more important
Perception determines reality. Which is to say, how you perceive the outside world becomes reality for you. You perceive through your senses, but your senses are often undeniably wrong. After all, if you listened to your senses you would think that the Earth is a flat, stationary object. You would vehemently deny that the Earth
1. Motion: Every particle in the universe is in a constant state of motion. Nothing is at rest. There's no time-out, or the universe as we know it will cease to exist! Planets cannot pause for even one second or they'll crash into the stars they orbit. Electrons cannot take a nanosecond break or they