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Unraveling the Gordian Knot of Income Inequality

Income Inequality is hot potato issue. Certain politicians, who see themselves standing up for the poor, cry in outrage over the unfairness of income inequality. The clarion call of these politicians almost always involves some scheme to redistribute the income and wealth from the have’s, to the have-not’s. The problem with this scheme is that,…

Victims Never Get Rich

When Dave Ramsey posted my Rich Habits research on his blog (2o Things the Rich Do Every Day) way back in July 2013, it immediately went viral. A prominent CNN blogger posted a scathing rebuke of the article. The Huffington Post put their two cents in, as did the Daily Kos and many blogs around…

Socialism – The Enemy of Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Success

Wealth is a byproduct of success. It is the carrot at the end of the stick. Take away that carrot and you remove the desire to pursue success. Socialism not only takes away that carrot, it extinguishes the success traits that make success and wealth possible: hard work ethic, creativity, persistence, genius, good habits, overcoming…

How Food Becomes Fuel For Your Body

When you understand how the body turns the food we eat into fuel, it’s pretty mind-blowing. There are various processes, or steps involved, in turning food into fuel. Step #1 Converting Food into Glucose As soon as food hits your lips, the saliva in your mouth begins breaking down that food. The munched up, siliva-drenched…

Life Rewards Those who Simply Refuse to Quit

At the end of 2008, Elon Musk and all of his companies were on the verge of outright bankruptcy. His Falcon 1 rocket had failed to reach orbit for the third time in early August, 2008. He was rapidly running out of money. Musk had gone through most of the $180 million windfall he received…

Fasting is a Firewall Against Virus & Disease

In a comprehensive study on Fasting, the National Institute on Aging in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Louisiana, found that Intermittent Fasting dramatically improved overall health by boosting the immune system’s ability to defend against viruses, bacteria and diseases such as cancer. In this study, twelve hours of…

How to Create Massive Change in Your Life

Since 2004, I’ve been studying the lives of the rich and the poor. In my Rich Habits Study, 76% of the millionaires in my study came from poverty or the middle-class. What intrigued me more than anything, from my research, was how those very average poor and middle-class individuals were somehow able to rise above…

A Positive Mental Outlook Physically Changes the Structure of Your Brain

If you were to view a picture of a brain cell, it would look a lot like an oak or maple leaf. It would have a body (a brain cell’s body is called a Soma), multiple lopes or protrusions (brain cell protrusions are called Dendrite Spines) and a stem (a brain cell stem is called…

Here Are the Diseases Intermittent Fasting Prevents/Reverses

Intermittent Fasting is a Rich Habit because, besides sleep and exercise, it is one of the healthiest things you can do. What is Intermittent Fasting? Intermittent Fasting involves not consuming any calories for 14 consecutive hours. That’s impossible, you say. Well, most people finish dinner by 7pm and go to bed at around 10pm So,…

Why Do the Most Successful People Sleep So Much

According to researchers from the University of Illinois, the more sleep a person gets, the more optimistic they are about life. Why is optimism, and thus sleep, so important? Reason #1 – Optimists Are More Successful Martin Seligman was a Psychologist at the University of Pennsylvania. In the mid-1980’s, he created a Style Questionnaire that…