Success lessons from Henry Ford
1. Serve others. "A business absolutely devoted to service will have little concern about profit. It will be indecently big." The secret of success is to serve others. All successful…

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Rule 20 minutes or technique of tomato
This technique is time management and increased concentration invented as a student of Francesco Cirillo (Francesco Chirillo). The main idea came to me in the late 80's, when I was…

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Effectively plan time on Eisenhower
Time is a twofold concept. On the one hand, we have it in abundance, and it is still a lot in stock. On the other hand, every second we spent…

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The laws to success by Randy gage

1. The law of emptiness. If you need new shoes, throw away the old ones. If you need new clothes, clean your closet. You must willingly give up your stereotypes.

2. Law of circulation. Be ready to let go of something you own to get something you desire.

3. The law of imagination. First you have to see prosperity in your imagination. Make a description of your perfect day and don’t show it to anyone other than someone you trust. Keep this description somewhere at hand, and read it in your spare time. Continue reading

Rules for saving money
Studies show that out of 100 businessmen, only 4 become rich and save their money. Most people make money and lose it. To prevent this, follow the 12 rules: Rule…

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Recipes for individual investor
Fortunately, today the reality is that many of us are drawn to home baking. If you need a rich income, knead the dough with the soul and with your hands.…

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The main differences between rich and poor
1. The rich save money and time. 2. The poor spend what they earn – the rich invest what they earn. 3. Poor distribute generous tip, and the rich in…

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How to stop delaying things for later? (part 2)
If you know that tomorrow is a day off, you will be less inclined to postpone things, because you do not want to afford such a "luxury" as a day…

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