Question 4: Which is most likely to help me succeed: to pull some other person down or help someone else succeed?

You know the answer: you help yourself most when you help others succeed. But the easier thing to do is pull everyone down, or at least to continue to hang with those who refuse to do anything positive or take any affirmative action to improve their lives. It is easy to find people with whom […]

Question 3: Which will ultimately result in a better me: continued dependency or self-reliance?

There may be times in your life when you need outside help to survive. That is why there are a variety of wonderful charities and social services to help people in times of need. But the reality is programs like Welfare, food stamps, free lunch, and government housing, are ultimately harmful to many who become […]

Question 2: Who is best suited to fix my personal problems, politicians in Washington DC or me?

There are an increasing number of people who think Washington DC has all the resources and all the wisdom necessary to solve their daily personal problems. This kind of thinking is music to the ears of professional politicians and government bureaucrats because they want as many people as possible to be dependent on them. It […]

Question 1: Which is Easier to Accomplish…

Question 1: Which is easier to accomplish: to make the world adjust to my particular needs or for me to adjust to the world as it is today? Singer/songwriter Lauryn Hill wrote, “That strong mother doesn’t tell her cub, Son, stay weak so the wolves can get you. She says, Toughen up, this is reality […]

1.0: Five Questions to Ask Yourself When Thinking About Your Own Personal Success

Success is not an accident. It takes planning, effort and discipline. [Tweet “Success is not an accident. It takes planning, effort and discipline.”] One way for you to seek your own personal success is to ask the right questions. When you ask the right questions you have a better chance to get the right answers. […]