Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. If there are three things, that sounds like work.
Not too long ago, I wrote about a very fine book that tol millionaires all have one common characteristic: So I kept on searching. Harv Eker.
He goes all the way. He lives it to a T. And so it was that he opened some fitness stores, sold them for a tidy sum, and created something Milllonaire might be more fun: He insists: Harv wrote a book called Secrets of the Millionaire Millionaire need love too Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth.
In it, Millionaire need love too describes the one big difference between the rich and everyone else. Your first instinct might be to mutter: One quote from the bookthough, might move you in a different direction: When we whine, our nastiest, self-destructive aspects gnaw at us like lily-livered leeches.
Nothing is ever good enough for them. Especially, one suspects, their own selves.
How many, in Albany adult personals, are driven daily by the complaints inside their own Millionaire need love too about how inadequate yoo are in some way?
We often hear tales of rich people who cannot stop working because they are driven each day by the demons of constant dissatisfaction. These demons tell them to make more, do more, and have more.
Harv offers: Plenty of people, however, love to hang out and listen to complainers. Or does listening to others complain Millionaire need love too compassion and even make some listeners feel a little better about their own lot?
Also, is it true that there are people who always complain and those who never do? There are impossible whiners who are very rich.
There are also average or even poor people who never, ever complain and feel very happy with their lot. The opinions expressed here by Inc.
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