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Prosperity, Money, Wealth, and Status

Last week in my Friday Filosophy newsletter, I spoke a little about the many labels and misconceptions there are about prosperity.  When you talk to people, there seems to be a great deal of confusion about the distinctions between prosperity, money, wealth and status.  I promised to start a discussion here on the blog.  Let’s begin with the easiest one to address: status.

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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Igniting Fire from Burnout

It was our regular Monday morning staff meeting and my team was assembled around the conference table. I opened by saying we were cancelling the seminar I was currently touring the world with. Sherry, my vice president was taken aback. She blurted out “That seminar brings in 80 percent of our revenue right now.” “I know, and I don’t care,” I replied. “If I have to do another seminar about how you get a prospect’s phone number, I would rather stick a fork in my eye.”

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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The Epic Saga Continues…

Last post I detailed the three murders I’ve committed in my life so far.  Fortunately, all three of those acts were killing old versions of myself – versions that no longer served me.  I promised in this post to go deeper into a related subject: burnout and what causes it.

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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Killing Off the Old You

In the last post we discussed consciousness and mindfully choosing your path instead of simply following the one your environment had prepared for you.  The post seemed to touch many on a deep level, as they have relayed to me their stories of leaving the old, pre-ordained version of themselves behind, to create the life they intuitively felt they wanted to be living.  It’s such a radical, life-altering decision.

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By Randy Gage in Success, Prosperity.

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Following the Path vs. Choosing the Path  

I remember getting ready to leave for school one day.  My mom eyed me up and said, “You can’t wear white after Labor Day.”  When I wanted to know the source or rationale for this decree, my poor, flummoxed mother didn’t have an answer.  People in the Midwest just follow these habits and customs, no one ever asks why.

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Prosperity.

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Are You Denying Your Greatness?

Last week in my Friday Filosophy newsletter I raised the issue of denying your greatness.  This is an issue that I am over-qualified to teach, because I overlooked my own potential for so many years. 

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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Define Your Dash

One of the chestnuts in the self-development space is your “dash.”  Meaning the dash between the day you were born and the day you die, that is engraved on your tombstone.  The concept speaks to what you do with that dash.  If you were on your deathbed and someone asked you what you remember best about your life, I have a hunch it would not be…

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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The Sacred Gift of Believing in Others

I was 15 years old, when I heard the keys jangling and then the lock turning in the door to my jail cell.  A blond man I had never seen before entered.  His name was Baxter Richardson, and he was the father of my best friend’s girlfriend.  The message he came to deliver to me was won I had a hard time believing.    He told me…

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By Randy Gage in Success, Prosperity.

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Investing in Your Success

The cost of success never goes on sale.  You have to be willing to pay the market price.  That includes sweat, work, and learning skills.  And part of that is investments.

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By Randy Gage in Success, Prosperity.

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Your Place Within Yourself

If you’ve been with me along the journey of this blog, and read most of the more than 9,000 posts, you already know “how” to read it.  Newer readers are often confused.  They’re always waiting for the upsell, the call to action, or the ideology I’m trying to indoctrinate them with.  Those people sometimes come away baffled…

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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