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"I know at the time you are 'in the fight' and it seems too important to let go, I encourage you to at least step back and challenge yourself whether you are just fighting over principle…or money that will not change your life…or if you are just expressing a need to make the other person wrong."
That is info-marketing guru Brian Kurtz (of Boardroom Inc fame) setting the stage here for you to "think about all the time and energy you might be spending making everyone else wrong, creating your own simmering anger (and stress), which then just gets in the way of all the good stuff you could be focusing on. Someone recently quoted me on Facebook with a quote that I did not author but it’s one I try to live by…and I hope it’s meaningful to you as you move through this Valentine’s Day, loving everyone."
~ from MM issue #41 (March 24th 2018), Love and Money
Change is hard. For eons, most of humanity has collectively fought tooth and nail, even risking death, to maintain the 'status quo.' As I'm on the last leg of my report, Bitcoin Billions (to be released this Wednesday to M4 Insider members), part of what I'll detail is why the intrinsic value of Bitcoin (among a few other key cryptos) has not one damn thing to do with its price (they're not synonymous). Trying to squash this innovative cyber-currency hasn't been easy; attempts at it have been made no less than 160 times.
Whenever a negative news story hits the press (last week: the China & Jamie Dimon nonsense) a cadre of pundits, wall-street gurus, and chicken-little market analysts start spreading Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt. But, in the end, the FUD-stirring is always just intermediate "noise." The value in this new ones & zeros world, a foundation 'set' by Bitcoin, is unparalleled. It is, without question, time to tell your friends to adapt, improvise, and get on-board (we have multiple ways to do just that; if you're an M4i member, simply submit a ticket and we'll talk to you one-to-one if you're still unsure how).
~ from MM issue #24 (Sept 22nd 2017), Bitcoin's Death
A fellow social friend and I make the straight-up, short point that excessive time in front of the BIG screen (yeah, that 40+ inch contraption in your house) is a recipe for mind-mushed, social-programming and, ultimately, what you have to most be vigilant about:
That it doesn't become your personal Electronic Income Reducer. Anti-resentment warning: If Kevin's numbers hit home with you (no pun), then it's your wake-up call (You can thank me later).
~ from MM issue #20 (August 21st 2017), This Is Making You Broke
Speaking of the basic truth that savings fuels growth, via the ability for you to invest what remains after your essentials are paid... what if you only have a small amount to invest; to put into the market, or into a "system" of sorts, to multiply it?
That's essentially what Money Monday subscriber, David A. asked over the weekend. And I wouldn't dare let that one go without a bit of show 'n tell perspective. 'Cause it is absolutely a damn good question....~
~ from MM issue #11 (June 19 2017), Cornerstone of a Rich Life