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Discover Your Life Purpose in 4 Steps and Supercharge Your Search For Fulfillment

Discover Your Life Purpose in 4 Steps and Supercharge Your Search For Fulfillment

If you are someone who seeks deep fulfillment in life and longs for true success, you may need a Life Purpose Statement. This is one of the keys to success in life since discovering your purpose will give you a sense of clarity around what you want to achieve, a sense of direction in where to start and the motivation to make it happen. Learn the four-step process that will lead you to discover your life purpose and supercharge your search for fulfillment. Your life purpose is a function of knowing what gives you joy, what your gifts are and how you want to impact other people. You can discover your life purpose by following this 4-step process:

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Too Big To Fail’ Banks: Bigger, Badder… and Here To Stay

Posted by on August 6, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
Too Big To Fail’ Banks: Bigger, Badder… and Here To Stay

Nearly six years after the financial crisis of 2008 that helped spur a global economic meltdown, federal regulators in the U.S. on Tuesday declared that much-touted reforms designed to curb the threat of so-called ‘Too Big To Fail’ banks have done not nearly enough to end the prospect that taxpayers will be left holding the bag when the next bubble bursts or a new wave of Wall Street disasters strikes.

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Beware: Pump & Dump Stock Promoters Back to Their Old Tricks

Posted by on August 5, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
Beware: Pump & Dump Stock Promoters Back to Their Old Tricks

Previous generations defeated the Nazis. They stood up to the Soviet Empire and designed magnificent infrastructure. Modern day politicians have blown through it.

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Average American’s Net Worth has Dropped One-Third in 10 Years

Posted by on August 3, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
Average American’s Net Worth has Dropped One-Third in 10 Years

The study, conducted by the Russell Sage Foundation, showed that while the housing, stock and job markets have all improved, they’ve done so at different rates. The stock market has done the best, reaching record highs that have allowed Americans who hold equities to recover their lost wealth quickly.

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Labor Board Delivers Victory for Low-Wage McDonald’s Workers

Posted by on July 31, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
Labor Board Delivers Victory for Low-Wage McDonald’s Workers

Employers like McDonald’s seek to avoid recognizing the rights of their employees by claiming that they are not really their employer, despite exercising control over crucial aspects of the employment relationship… McDonald’s should no longer be able to hide behind its franchisees.

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The Economic Scarcity Mentality

Posted by on July 31, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
The Economic Scarcity Mentality

The scarcity mindset reinforces that there’s never enough time, never enough money. And since we can never be sure about the future, we have to ration every last possible resource and grab every bit for ourselves.

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Ron Paul: I Still Believe in Gold

Posted by on July 31, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
Ron Paul: I Still Believe in Gold

Economic law says, if you keep printing a lot of paper money, the value of that dollar and currency will go down, and things and most prices will go up… and indeed gold always goes up against that currency.

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Brilliant: Vending Machine Feeds Stray Dogs in Exchange for Recycled Bottles

Brilliant: Vending Machine Feeds Stray Dogs in Exchange for Recycled Bottles

Turkish company Pugedon recently introduced a vending machine in Istanbul that releases food and water for the city’s stray dogs in exchange for recycled plastic bottles.

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How to (Ethically) Persuade Anyone of Anything in 10 Seconds

How to (Ethically) Persuade Anyone of Anything in 10 Seconds

This is not a way to convince someone to do something they don’t want to do. Persuasion is about bonding and connecting with another person’s needs instead of just your own wants.

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10 Top Tips For Building a Successful Career

10 Top Tips For Building a Successful Career

Building your career is exciting because it provides an opportunity to shape your life in the way you want. It can also be scary when you do not know what it is that you want to do and when you are not sure how you can make a living. The more you are in charge of your process, the better you will feel. So here are my top 10 tips to help move you forward as you create your career.

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Are You Living The Life You Want To Be Living? Here’s How To Get On Track

Are You Living The Life You Want To Be Living? Here’s How To Get On Track

Following your bliss is not about seeking extremes of joy and happiness. It is about following your heart and doing what is right for you. It’s about noticing what gives you energy, and doing that thing. It’s about noticing where your energy gets sucked away, and not doing that thing. For me, following your bliss is finding your own special path in life and then having the courage to walk that path. And while we may find guides along the way to offer advice and some direction, it is ultimately a solo-journey as we each discover our own unique way.

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The Head Of ‘The Central Bank Of The World’ Warns That Another Great Financial Crisis May Be Coming

Posted by on July 15, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
The Head Of ‘The Central Bank Of The World’ Warns That Another Great Financial Crisis May Be Coming

Jaime Caruana, General Manager of the Bank for International Settlements since 2009, recently warned that the global financial system is currently “more fragile” in many ways than it was just prior to the collapse of Lehman Brothers. Speaking of the financial markets, Caruana ominously declared that “it is hard to avoid the sense of a puzzling disconnect between the markets’ buoyancy and underlying economic developments globally” and he noted that “markets can stay irrational longer than you can stay solvent”. In other words, he is saying what I have been saying for so long. The behavior of the financial markets has become completely divorced from economic reality, and at some point there is going to be a massive correction.

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8 Not-So-Obvious Signs You’re Actually Doing Work You Love

8 Not-So-Obvious Signs You’re Actually Doing Work You Love

When we find a job we feel passionate about, there are a lot of signs that we love it. But finding work we love does not always mean that it’s easy. And when the work begins to challenge us, or when we hit roadblocks (which everyone will) it’s not as easy to tell if we’re actually doing work we’re meant to do. Finding work you are truly passionate about can feel a lot like falling in love. You become infatuated, excited, and you can feel yourself changing for the better. But what happens when you get used to it? New is now familiar, and that loving feeling is not as “sparkly” as it once was. In some cases, when relationships last for this long (with a person or a career) it can be difficult to tell if you still want to be in it for the long run. Here are some signs that you’ve found the one.

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Silver: What Stage Are We At? Mike Maloney & Ed Steer

Posted by on July 10, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
Silver: What Stage Are We At? Mike Maloney & Ed Steer

Mike Maloney and Ed Steer talk about silver prices and the forthcoming currency crises. “It’s going to go far far higher because of this healthy shakeout that we’ve got” – Mike Maloney on the silver market, June 2014.

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The Fed Won’t Let Germany Inspect Its Own Gold

Posted by on July 7, 2014 in Economy with 0 Comments
The Fed Won’t Let Germany Inspect Its Own Gold

The US Federal Reserve holds 45 percent of Germany’s gold assets, and a plan to bring much of that back to its homeland is in jeopardy. Efforts to transport or even audit the billions of dollars worth of precious metal held by the US are being impeded by politics and the Fed itself, creating frustration for many of the plans supporters. RT’s Peter Oliver reports from Berlin on what is holding up the process.

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