My 6 month old French Bulldog, Matsuhiro likes to get involved with my workouts. Here he is showing a nearly perfect Cobra stretch…maybe he learned it from Yoga X?
Update: MJ DeMarco has clarified that this is not a new edition, but rather a new release with a new cover. Thank you for the clarification!
I first purchased this book a while ago, and am currently on my second read after which I will write a thorough review here. With a new cover and new release (same content, new cover), the author, MJ DeMarco is offering a weekend special I wanted to share with our readers.
Although this is not a review, let me just say if you work for yourself or are considering working for yourself, want to be wealthy or want to live a free life, GO BUY THIS BOOK! Many successful people already practice what DeMarco talks about, but they’re not the ones that need this book. The vast majority of us are the ones that need this kind of information, and it goes totally against what you’re taught by the experts.
I’ll leave it at that for now, with much more to follow in my upcoming review, but if you want a preview before laying down your hard earned cash go to DeMarco’s website here and you can download the first three chapters for free.
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One of the things I love more than anything is traveling. After a personal rough patch many years ago, I didn’t get the opportunity to travel much. Fast forward a bit, and over the last several years I’ve been fortunate enough to travel more than ever. The problem is as I’ve gotten older I’ve really gotten slammed by Jet Lag. Continue reading
In my review of Jim Rohn’s book “7 Strategies for Wealth & Happiness” I mentioned a book recommended by Rohn called “The Richest Man In Babylon.” Rohn refers to it as “The Appetizer for the Full Discourse on the Subject of Financial Independence.” Continue reading
We’ve all witnessed the 9.0 Earthquake in Japan, the tsunami that followed and the ongoing concerns of a nuclear meltdown, causing what’s being called the worst disaster in Japan since WWII. My thoughts go out to my family and friends in Japan, and to all the people of Japan that are going through this tragedy in one way or another. Continue reading
We’re always reminded that one of the most powerful tools for financial success is investing. Through investments you can receive interest, and through compounding interest, your investment can grow at an exponential rate. Continue reading
It’s one of the smallest words in our vocabulary, but how we use it has one of the biggest effects on our lives. “No” is one of the hardest things for us to say. We know we should. We know it’s best if we do. But we just can’t get ourselves to say it. Why is it so hard to say “NO”? Continue reading
I remember the day clearly. Almost 8 years ago, I was living in Washington State (where I grew up) and working as a Human Resources Recruiter for a high-end electronics retailer. We were opening a store in Santa Monica, California, on Wilshire Blvd., 27 blocks from the beach. Continue reading
I’ve struggled my entire life with waking up early. No matter how hard I try to wake up early, I could never pull it off. Sure, there are exceptions like when I was in school or when I had to get up early to go to work. If I absolutely have to, I can manage to pull it off, but it’s been an ongoing struggle to do it with any kind of consistency. Continue reading
Do you believe in the Law of Attraction but find it difficult to apply consistently in your life? Do you find that just when things are starting to go your way, something bad happens and everything falls apart? As someone who’s studied the law of attraction, and has worked to apply it in my life for many, many years, I can tell you that it can be very challenging to apply to our lives consistently. Continue reading