Daily Learning

“Seeing much, suffering much, and studying much are the three pillars of learning.” ~ Benjamin Disraeli Seventeen years ago, with no electricity and little heat in the middle of a cold winter under candlelight, I started learning the English language. I copied down every word and sentence in hundreds of pages until I could write…

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Parents

“There is no friendship, no love, like that of the parent for the child.” ~ Henry Ward Beecher Most of us do not have the luxury and the privilege of having our parents with us throughout our entire lives. Nevertheless, many of us place lower value on this precious time with our parents than we should….

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Buy Low, Buy Slow

I want to share with you a very powerful concept which I only learned recently. This is in relation to building your wealth. What is wealth aside from the dictionary definition? I define it as the storage of current purchasing power for future use. Similar to batteries that store electricity for future use and lose…

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Family Is Everything

“A man cannot leave a better legacy to the world than a well-educated family.” ~ Thomas Scott Though we often feel that we define our families, the opposite is true as well. Our families define us. I frequently come across people who struggle making the transition from a family member (child) to an individual (young…

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Less Is More

Next time you are considering a new purchase – small or large try to see beyond the price tag. What is the TOTAL cost of the item you’re considering to buy? Is it the price listed on the item? Absolutely not! I believe the total cost of every item is significantly higher than just the…

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