My good friend and estate tax attorney Rich Gaines authored a book entitled “The Magic of Money“. Now, who does not want to learn more about the management of money, and the development of wealth. Rich has been advising clients for over 25 years on the techniques to acquire, preserve and build a legacy for your family.
In my interview with Rich we explore the twenty-one strategies to make money work for you. Some of those actions strategies include: mastering fine distinctions, which revolves around commitment, excellence, intensity, repetition, frequency and innovation. Another strategy is:mastering your ego and finding your true self, and there are 19 other eye opening strategies you will want to know about
What I enjoyed most about Rich’s book is that it is easy to understand, read and he has very practical exercises at the end of each chapter.
If you are interested in managing, preserving and building wealth for your family then you will want to read Rich Gain’s book entitled ” The Magic of Money“.
If you want to learn more about Rich and his organization Legacy Legal you can click here to be directed to his website. If you want to learn more about his book, courses and coaching please click here.
I hope you enjoy this interview with my good friend, and advisor to hundreds of successful entrepreneurs and families–Rich Gaines.
In this interview, I had the chance to speak with author and speaker Philip McKernan. We spoke about his newest book, “Rich on Paper Poor on Life.” Philip’s book explains how you should stop living the way people expect and live the successful life you want.
Philip has spoken around the world about the importance of overcoming personal obstacles and creating the confidence to believe in yourself. His soul focus is to help people create a meaningful life while also making money.
Visit Philip’s website here to learn more. You can also follow Philip on Facebook and Twitter.
In this interview, I had the pleasure of speaking with May McCarthy, the author of “Path to Financial Wealth.” This is truly a great read.
May talks about how there are seven steps to make the All-Knowing Power of the universe your new business partner. She will take you step by step to teach you how to create and cultivate your new business partner so that you can achieve more of the good stuff in life. When you learn to follow the steps you will notice that you aren’t working as hard to reach your goals.
May McCarthy is a 34+ year serial entrepreneur, angel investor, author, and philanthropist. She has become successful by implementing spiritual principles into her ventures, and it is her passion to pass her knowledge on to others.
Learn more about May McCarthy at www.maymccarthy.com and you can purchase “Path to Financial Wealth” here.
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Jack Canfield about his newly revised and updated edition ” The Principles of Success 10th Anniversary Edition”.
I recently interviewed my good friend and awesome author Steven Kotler. Steven has co-authored another book with Peter Diamandis which pushes the needle, and really gets
How many of you have ever asked this questions ” Where Will You Be Five Years From Today“?. Great question isn’t it. Not only is it a great questions to ask yourself, but a wonderful questions to start to go to work on and explore the possibilities.
During my interview with Dan Zadra we discuss the importance of defining your personal values, and how this can be an amazing guide to helping someone ground themselves and get really clear as to what is matters most to them. I know that years ago I did this exercise, and I was amazed as how much power is in this little exercise.
In the (5) book you are given lots of wonderful quotes, stories and mini-exercises. The layout is exceptional, as a matter of fact in all the personal growth and mastery books I have ever read, I have never found any as engaging, thought provoking and as easy to warm up to as the one that Dan created in “Where Will You Be Five Years From Today?”. The whole series of Dan’s books of which we are doing podcast for, all have a similar layout and intuitive design–easy, fun and engaging just the way you want a book to be.
An important aspect of defining where you will be five (5) years from today is you ability to get in touch with you imagination. Dan and I discuss the importance of imagination and creativity and how to get back in touch with this aspect of ourselves that often gets supplanted the older we grow. It is so important to tap into our dream gene and take risks again-live, love, laugh and enjoy and dream the possible.
Thinking big seems to fly over the heads of many of us. I know almost everyone has read the quote ” the greatest danger for most of us is not that are aim is to high and miss, but that it is to low and reach it.”. This quote says it all, aim high really high–who knows what synchronicity just might occur that will allow you to achieve your goal.
We need to break our routines and do something new for the first time. All of us get to comfortable and are not willing to break out of the mold. It is time, we are in the dawning of a new age and abundance in all forms is all around us. As the Nike ad states “Just Do It“.
I hope you enjoy this interview with an author that not only writes about possibilities, but he lives them. If you want more information about “Where Will You Be Five Years From Today” you can
click here to be directed to the Five (5) website, or you can join Dan on Facebook by clicking here.
This is my second interview with author Nancy Anderson. In this interview I speak with Nancy about “Work with Passion” a book she first wrote in 1984. Her new and revised edition is now out, and the content has been updated and I must say is one of the best book available for anyone wanting to find “How To Do What You Love for A Living”
I think more than ever people are attempting to find work that is congruent with their values and has meaning. What I truly appreciate about the books that Nancy has written on the subject of career path is that they are all focused on finding passion and the work that you love.
Nancy guides the reader through a very unique and revealing process as they read, write and reflect on their perfect career. She starts her book off with questions that are designed to help you explore and find your passion. As Nancy states ” To find the right work you need to know what you feel as well as what you think, since your feelings tell you what you value. Feeling is not the abdication of thinking; on the contrary people who do not feel make dreadful errors of judgement. Taking time to integrate your thoughts and feelings is how you get to know yourself, what is unique about you, you weaknesses as well as your strengths.
When you know what you want you have the courage to go after it, your mind and feelings work as a team to help you accomplish your objective. As with any search you have to know the right key words. Your feelings provide your mind with these key words, since your feelings reflect what you really want. The mind then goes after the goal following a logical, step-by-step process.
I personally believe that many of us spend our lives attempting to find a vocation that matches our values and has meaning. Finding work that we love is truly a tricky combination of personal exploration and reflection as well as clearly defining our values. Nancy mentions that loves power not only remodels your values, it also alters the values of those who receive your love. In spite of what you experienced in the past you can decide to give love freely right now, even if you are not yet in the perfect job. Loving without expecting a return will speed up the process of finding the work you want to do. You don’t have to do anything you hate—you can choose to do the work you love to do. That is power
If for any reason you are searching for the right vocation, then I would highly recommend reading Nancy Anderson newly revised edition of “Work with Passion“. Also if you would like more information about Nancy and her services you can click here to be directed to her website.
I hope you enjoy this lively interview with one of my favorite authors Nancy Anderson.
Over the last several months I have grown to know author and literacy agent Bill Gladstone. Bill a fascinating man, and has a true passion for helping and serving people through great books, and connecting people for the greater good. I recently interviewed Bill about one of his many co-authored book entitled ” Tapping the Source”
This book was written and co-authored with John Selby, Richard Greninger and Bill Gladstone and brings to light the works of Charles Haanel’s Master Key System combining short-form meditation techniques with new psychological insights assisting one in tapping their personal potential.
Charles Haanel never claimed to have invented the process of manifestation that he taught. In fact he often refers to classic sources in the Judeo-Christian heritage and Greek and Eastern traditions to highlight the ancient wisdom he’s drawing from and expanding upon. But beyond classic parallels, his personal vision appears to be uniquely inspired with new psychological insights and remarkably clear elucidations of the core principles that drive our everyday lives: ” What you and I desire, what everyone is seeking, is happiness and harmony. If we can be truly happy, we shall have everything the workd can give. If we are happy ourselves, we can make others happy.”
The primary difference in the qualities of Haanel’s vision is that he’s not fixed on material possessions or giant bank accounts or a fleet of fancy cars in the garage. Yes, he does fully support abundance, but he bases his teaching on the fact that what we really want deep down is to feel genuinely happy and in ongoing harmony with ourselves and the world. He says “Harmony and happiness are states of consciousness, and do not depend upon possession of things.”
Haannel stated that ” creative power does not originate in the individual, but in the Universal, which is the source and foundation of all energy and substance; the individual is simply the channel for the distribution of this energy.” Haanel was not only a wise man, but very spiritually connected soul bringing awareness and light to the world.
If you want to learn more about Charles Haanel and Tapping the Source, please visit the Tapping the Source website by clicking here. There is also a full featured DVD that is excellent and will provide you with insights from some of the greatest minds in the personal growth, spirituality and mastery today.
Enjoy my interview with Bill Gladstone a wonderful author and compassionate man on a mission. To learn more about Bill Gladstone please click here to be directed to his website.
I was recently introduced to author Scott Dinsmore’s work through Leo Babauta who is the founder of “Zen Habits“. I spoke with Scott and his enthusiasm for