Chris Lake

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Ezine 563 | 3 November 2017

Fear is one of the main reasons that people do not reach their potential. Napoleon Hill had a lot to say about fear in his famous book, Think and Grow Rich. For instance, Hill wrote about the six Ghosts of Fear and advised readers that before you can put any portion of the success philosophy into practice, your mind must be prepared to receive it. Hill also advised that preparation of your mind was not difficult, and begins with the study, analysis, and understanding of the three enemies which must be cleared out. These three enemies in the mind are indecision, doubt, and fear. Indecision is the seedling of fear. It crystallizes into doubt, and the two together become fear.

2017-11-03T09:15:43+00:00 November 3rd, 2017|Ezine|

Ezine 562 | 27 October 2017

Over the course of my life I have noticed and learned many things about successful people and their financial well-being and I have listed them below. 1. Many of the people who are well off financially started saving and investing early in their careers. Those that have financial difficulties did not start early, or even start at all. 2. Financially well off couples discuss their financial status and plan both their savings and spending jointly....

2017-10-31T09:20:24+00:00 October 31st, 2017|Ezine|

Ezine 561 | 20 October 2017

On October 14th, 2017 I attended the movie premiere of Think and Grow Rich Legacy in Los Angeles, California, which was a sold out event. The movie features some of the most compelling stories that contain great lessons from Napoleon Hill’s book Think and Grow Rich written in 1937. This classic book has been read by millions of people all over the world and many of the world’s most successful people attribute their success to this book.

2017-10-26T07:29:01+00:00 October 26th, 2017|Ezine|

Ezine 560 | 13 October 2017

I remember the first time that I met Jamil Albuquerque, which was about seven years ago in Indiana. We were sitting around a conference table when Jamil asked that each attendant introduce themselves and state what language they spoke proficiently. As each person went around the table introducing themselves, I realized quickly that most of the people here were bilingual. When it finally was my turn to introduce myself, I simply wrote a large dollar sign on the legal pad I was using to take notes to show everyone that I spoke the language of money. The response was very welcomed by the group as the dollar sign is known around the world.

2017-10-13T13:41:31+00:00 October 13th, 2017|Ezine|