In the ancient years, a management Guru named Auguste Comte came up with a formula that defines the world of professionals. Its PREFER as follows:

                                       P: Politics – politicians

                                       R: Recreation – music, football

                                       E: Economics – Entrepreneur

                                       F: Family – p.h.d, masters

                                       E: Education – teacher, lecturer

                                       R: Religion – priests, preacher.

What we have highlighted above discusses in a nut shell the major drivers of our career choices. Am sure you fall somewhere at least!

Life is quite interesting. As you navigate through the different stages of life, career stage pops out as the most fundamental. As adults it defines the rest of our lives. Choose wisely is the advice. Gone should be the days parents when parents  dictated career choices for their sons and daughters. It left one with the bitter burden of having to contend with whatever was put on…

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MONEY Tricks as Told By Tony Robbins.


Don’t Invest In Mutual Funds, And 11 Other Counterintuitive Tips From Billionaires

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Four years ago, after watching the global financial system nearly melt down, I began an amazing journey to find a way for individual investors like you to take control of your money in a system that seems rigged against you. I vowed that, if I were going to do this, I would do it all the way; bringing you the best possible information from the most knowledgeable and influential experts in the world.

The only question was: where to start?

My whole career I’ve been obsessed with finding successful strategies and tools that can immediately change the quality of people’s lives. What I’ve found is that success leaves clues. For instance, people who succeed at the highest level are not lucky; they’re just doing something differently than everyone else. They zig when others zag, attack when others retreat…

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