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Leave a Legacy
What do Sam Walton, Ray Kroc, Hilton, Marriot, Firestone, Elvis Presley, The Kennedy's, John Huntsman, and Henry Ford have in common? They have all left a legacy. Think about the Waltons. Even though they slipped a little from last year, they are still going strong on the "Worlds Richest People List" Here is this years list:
Rank Name Age Worth ($bil)
1 William Gates III 49 46.5 2 Warren Buffett 74 44.0 3 Lakshmi Mittal 54 25.0 4 Carlos Slim Helu 65 23.8 5 Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud 48 23.7 6 Ingvar Kamprad 78 23.0 7 Paul Allen 52 21.0 8 Karl Albrecht 85 18.5 9 Lawrence Ellison 60 18.4 10 S Robson Walton 61 18.3 11 Jim Walton 57 18.2 11 John Walton 59 18.2 13 Alice Walton 56 18.0 13 Helen Walton 85 18.0
4 people in the Walton family are in the top 15. Wow!!!
Winners leave a legacy, they create lives, fortunes and systems that are around long after their life is over. Think about this. Imagine Thanksgiving dinner after you pass away, your family are at the table talking about you. What would they say about you? How would they remember you? What will your kids say you taught them about life?
I want you all to take a moment, and write down what you want written on your tombstone. Who will you help? What things are you going to accomplish? What charities will you start? How many families will you touch, by helping them become financial secure.
Then believe in your mind that you will be dead in ten minutes, and make them all happen..now!!!
Leave a Legacy, and do it now!!!
Shane Clevenger has dedicated his life to helping people create the Mindset for Success. He has created the Millionaire Mindset Blog, which you can view at http://milliondollarmind.blogspot.com Think Like a Millionaire, and become a Millioniare!!
Success After Failure - Even Genghis Khan Lost Some Early Battles
Both the worst and the best of the great achievers had the belief in themselves and the resilience to overcome early failures. One of these was none other than Genghis Khan. There are powerful lessons we can learn from him.
Success Doesnt Always Come Easy
On a raw, cold day in the European Alps, Lance Armstrong steered his bike into the sleeting snow, then stopped. His partner riding in the car behind him urged Lance to give it up for the day and return to the comfort of his shelter.
How to Talk Yourself Into Success
You've tried and failed. You've watched others fall. You're wiped out, burned out, and beaten. Is there any way to turn it all around?
Living A Life Without Limits
The starting point of all great success and achievement is dreaming big dreams. There is nothing more important and nothing works faster. Successful people are able to let go of all their self-imposed limits. They continuously fantasize about the person they want to be, and all the wonderful things they can have and do. That is why all high achieving men and women are far more optimistic, confident, and creative than most people.
100 Top 2004 Secrets to Success
After all the things I have shared with you this year on what is needed to feel good about yourself, your potential, and your chances of realizing your desires, here is a quick list to review your progress. Remember, you are a success no matter what. The fact that you are checking off your accomplishments indicates that you are ready to climb the next peak.
What ARE the Secrets of the Millionaire Mind?
If you're so smart, why ain't you rich?
Have You Planned Your New Years Revolutions?
* Perfectionism is a time waster.
Animal Teachers Reveal Success Through Pleasure
What the anteater and otter show us about success?
Dare to Dream...and Dream Big
Dare to Dream~
Success Intelligence : Attitudes to Success
For each of us, how successful we feel will depend upon our attitude toward success. Similarly, our motivation to achieve will be determined largely by our attitude. Equally the amount of success we achieve and the amount of success we do not achieve, will be determined in large parts by our attitude to success.
Focus and Determination = Success
+ Persistence =
"Never, never, never give up; never give up, never!." - Winston Churchill
Balance: Flow and Faith
In so many areas of life we must always be vigilent of our mental, emotional and physical health. Getting involved or caught up in too much of one thing can create a multitude of problems in life. Out at a networking event recently, I had missed dinner but in true form to the crowd and socializing I purchased my first of many beers. I hadn't intended to stay as late as I did and nor had I intended to carry-on afterwards at a friend's place. A little excess can be a good thing once in a blue moon.
Set Your Mind For Success
Did you know you can literally program your mind so your thoughts will move you toward success naturally? Think about it. Through repetition you learned what you know now whether positive or negative. It only makes sense that through repetition you can intentionally learn anything.
A Pyramid of Success
Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a self-employed individual who is just getting by and one who is making $100,000 per year or more?
How to Maintain Your Energy and Enthusiasm in Your Career: Needs versus Wants!
Most of my clients had a vision of the contribution they wanted to make when they took their current role. Many of them have been caught up in the unfulfilled demands of the new role and the urgent requirements of each day. After some time, they end each day with less resolve, or less energy to contribute from their personal vision.
A Little Equation that Creates Big Results
The purpose of man is in action not thought - Thomas Carlyle
There Is Room For Everyone At The Top
Do you believe that? Do you believe we can all become successful? Every single person on this earth old and young. Do you believe every single person can be successful?
Top 10 Secrets to Success
Much has been researched, written and taught about success. One thing is absolutely sure; success is different for every person because success means something different to every person.
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