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It’s So Much More Than Just a Holiday!

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Gratitude Is Bigger Than Ever In bygone years not really so long ago, gratitude wasn’t talked about as a major component of success as it is nowadays by coaches and prosperity teachers–professions that didn’t even exist then. And it was in the 1980s that I was first introduced to the idea of going around the […]

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Talk is Cheap

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Saying What You Are Going to Do Isn’t Doing It If you’ve followed this blog, or read MoneyLove 3.0, or heard one of my audios, you may know that I am firmly committed to the concept of “Walking Your Talk.’ In recent years, I’ve put it another way, thanks to the wisdom on this subject […]

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Surfing Beyond Your Comfort Zone

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The Importance of Navigating the Outer Parameters of Your Comfort Zone One of my favorite quotes from MoneyLove 3.0 is by contributor Dr. Maria Nemeth, author of The Energy of Money: A moment of discomfort is a small price to pay for enlightenment. Without exception, the prosperity teachers and coaches I most respect and admire […]

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The Power of Solitude

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The Ability to Be Happily Alone is the Ultimate Attribute of Personal Power I myself have gone back and forth between a life of gregarious social interaction and quiet solitude, and have enjoyed each in its own way. This has ranged from living in a commune to solitary confinement at Folsom State Prison for a year. […]

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Fear and Doubt Don’t Have to Shout

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There is Always Some Trepidation When Tackling the Unknown My latest experience of this was this past Saturday night at a very distinguished gathering sponsored by the Canada Plus expat organization to celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving. Lourdes and David Young, friends who run this popular group, had invited me to perform a short stand-up comedy set. This […]

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Action Diminishes Fear

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Part of the Inspiration for Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway! It happened like this. I was appearing on a TV talk show in New York City in the early 1980s, when an attractive woman with a big smile walked up to me with a copy of MoneyLove and asked if I would sign it. […]

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Collaboration Consciousness

A New Approach to Life By an Old Loner As many other writers are and have been, I am basically a loner. I enjoy my own company, almost never feel lonely for the company of others, and find I can do a lot of creating in total isolation. That being said, I have enjoyed many […]

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Positive Parental Prosperity Messages

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For Bad or Good, Early Programming is With Us Forever Since I’ve been on my whirlwind virtual promotion tour for MoneyLove 3.0, many of the talk show hosts and podcasters have asked me how I maintained my optimistic, confident, joyful attitude no matter what, even during my 12 years in prison. (You can read about […]

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What Do You Do?

Perhaps The Most Essential Existential Question of All In MoneyLove 3.0, I continue to emphasize the importance of knowing what you want, and describe the value of the old exercise from the Human Potential Movement where you sit opposite a partner and take turns asking, “What do you want?” over and over again, coming up with […]

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The Village Idiot, The Lumberjacks, and Me

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Flawed First Impressions We are all guilty of, at one time or another, making a quick judgment about a person or situation that later turns out to be false. This is human, and we can learn from such events to be less judgmental. I could fill a book with such events in my life, but […]

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