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Beware of Dream Vampires

If you’re pursuing a dream, some people you run into will seem sincere in their desire to help you move forward in realizing your dream. They will tell you that…

Exceptional People Are Like Diamonds – Very Rare

Most people you run into are average. They do what they have to do in order to pay their bills, raise a family and keep their jobs. I’m not criticizing…

Are You Using Only Half of Your Brain?

Have you ever seen pictures or video footage of people who were in “shock” following some type of horrible accident? In most of these pictures/videos, the individuals all look like…

If Procrastination Is So Bad, Why Do So Many Do It?

It’s clear, from numerous studies over the years, that those who make a habit of procrastinating, do not do well in life. Procrastination is action’s evil twin. It is the opposite…

A Negative Outlook Robs You of the Life You Were Intended to Live

One of the #1 traits shared by the self-made millionaires in my Rich Habits study was a positive mental outlook. The average net worth of those millionaires was $4 million.…

Positive Thoughts Create Positive Outcomes

The more you focus on the outcomes, the more certain those outcomes become. This is why it is critical to be in control of your thoughts and emotions. If you…

My Interview with Keisha Bailey

If you’d like to listen/watch my interview with Keisha, click here: https://www.masteryourmoneyseries.com/?utm_source=c&utm_medium=Tom&utm_campaign=infinite

Small is Big – It’s The Little Things That Create Success/Wealth

In the 2016 Kentucky Derby, Nyquist won a very close race and received $1,631,600. The second place winner took home $400,000. In the 2016 NCAA basketball tournament finals Villanova won…

Habits That Prevent Cancer

Cancer is the number two cause of death in the United States. A team at Harvard Medical School conducted a long-term study on the health data of about 140,000 health…

When You Change Your Habits, You Change Your Luck

In my five year study of the habits of the rich and poor, I discovered that luck plays a critical role in determining success or failure. In fact, 87% of…