Wise College Spending

Sometimes, how you spend can be almost as important as how you save. One important piece of the paying for college puzzle is financial aid. While you may not believe that you will qualify for financial aid, 60% of students at public four-year colleges and universities...

The Courage to Take Action

Perhaps the greatest challenge that you will ever face in life is the conquest of fear and the development of the habit of courage. Winston Churchill once wrote, "Courage is rightly considered the foremost of the virtues, for upon it, all others depend." Fear...

The Benefits of Being Unreasonable

You succeed when you are unreasonable. You neither give nor accept excuses. You insist on success.   L. Ron Hubbard defines reasonableness as "faulty explanations." When you agree with faulty explanations, you are too reasonable.   Examples of faulty...

Putting a New Face on Business

The Creation of a Caring Corporation No one, who has ever followed a dream, has taken a direct, unobstructed path and arrived at his or her destination effortlessly and on time. Following a dream is not a direct highway but a bumpy road full of twists and turns and...

Marketing 101

Welcome to Marketing Basics 101!!   Over the next seven issues I'm going to give you my very best ideas about how to make your business Ultra Successful! These ideas are broken down to the basics and have been PROVEN to work for people in many fields of...

Make Love Your Business

Most people love being in love. Feeling truly passionate about another person, a favorite hobby, a beautiful place, or even an ideal takes us beyond our mundane daily existence and transports us to a realm of happiness where there are endless possibilities. It makes...

Mad Dogs and Englishmen

Rancho Mirage was the site of the national men's senior 60+ hardcourt championship tournament sanctioned by the USTA (United States Tennis Association), April 7-11. However, the most amazing competition was for men 90+ called Super Seniors. Note there was not a...

Life as a Meditation

Is meditation only sitting quietly, eyes closed, communing with 'that which is larger than us in the universe'? Can meditation only be accomplished alone, in a cave, high in the Himalayas?   What about an open-eyed meditation on this thing we call life?...