Life is about the questions, not the answers. The answers always change, but the questions remain the same. Frankly, the more I know, the more I know I don't know. Many times what I thought yesterday, I think is silly today.
I consider myself rich when I can do everything in life I want to do, travel and go wherever I want, buy whatever I want, and live wherever I want, in the home I want, driving the car I want, and never, yes never, have to look at my bank balance. That means there would always be plenty of money to cover all the cheques and charges to support my lifestyle. That is my definition of rich.
pragmatic thinker is a person who observes himself or herself, other people, and the issues of the world around them, in as practical a way as possible. We strive to think for ourselves, examining the cause and effect of our thinking.
When you think about it, 'thinking' is an interesting subject to think about. Thinking is actually something you can think about. You can't eat about eating. You can't swim about swimming, but you can think about thinking. I love to think about the way we think, and what we think, and the cause and effect of our thinking. Yet are we so busy we haven't got the time to think? Are we so tired and brain dead that thinking is the last thing we have time to think about? More and more – are we thinking about less and less? Who Is Thinking For
1 – You were twice as good at half the price. 2 – You shared your knowledge and taught people to do what you do so they could make money too. 3 – You shared the wealth, keeping only 25 to 50 per cent of the profits and paying your people the rest. 4 – You stopped doing your business and
Fourth Rule: Stop Doing The Do The fourth pillar's rule is: 'You have to be willing to stop doing the do, and only work at getting more do to do.' In other words, you have to be willing to stop doing landscaping, or whatever your business is, and spend most of your time getting more jobs for your people to do. This means yo
Go to school, get a job, and get rich,' just isn't true any longer. I would say in most cases it is more likely to be, 'Go to school, get a job, and get poor!' There are few, if any, jobs, that can keep