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Poverty Sucks

Last post I told you that there is nothing spiritual about poverty.  There are millions of mind viruses circulating around the planet implying that it is somehow noble or virtuous to be poor.  If you have such a belief even remotely on the fringes of your consciousness, you need to eviscerate it immediately.  Let’s be completely certain about this… 

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

racism

Poverty, White Privilege and Racism

Last post I made my case for why I believe poverty is a sin.  I predicted it would shock some and anger others.  That was true.  The plan was to make this follow up post about why there is nothing spiritual about being poor.  But based on some reaction to the last post, I want to detour and explore some issues people raised.

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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The Sin of Poverty

“Poverty is a sin.”  Charles Fillmore shocked the religious community when he made that statement decades ago.  And people are still shocked, or sometimes even angry, when I affirm this still today.  I think these reactions happen because people don’t understand the actual meaning of the word sin.  So let’s explore that a little…

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

dreamers

Are You a Dreamer or Delusional?

Last post we looked at dreamers, the people so optimistic, so certain on their success, that they knew they could not fail.  And many who did fail.  So that leads us to one of the most important questions in prosperity, success and significance…. How do you know whether your brilliant new idea will gain traction and change the game – or you’re just naive and delusional? 

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

silence

The Sound of Silence

I love music.  Really love it.  Yet you’ll never hear me playing any at home in the mornings.  I start every day the same way.  With silence.  No TV, no radio, no background noise of any kind.   I honestly believe this habit is one of the secrets to my success. 

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

fear of success

The #1 Stupid Reason You Hold Back from Success

You want to propose to a woman, but you’re afraid.  You think it’s because you’re fearful she might say ‘no.’  But that’s not the real reason…You want to launch a new business, but you’re afraid.  You think it’s because you’re fearful it might fail. But that’s not the real reason…You want to set a bold, audacious goal for yourself, but you’re afraid.  You think it’s because you’re fearful you might miss the goal and be disappointed.  But that’s not the real reason…

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

personal responsibility

The Person Always at the Scene of the Crime…

I want to build on the last post and the new podcast coming out today, going deeper on the subject of taking responsibility for your own prosperity – health, happiness and success.  In the post I equated it with personal leadership, and it is that.  But it’s also about co-creation.  Co-creating your prosperity.

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

god

Are You a God-Fearing Person? 

It’s fascinating how different people can look at the same concept and see two wildly different things.  Take the concept of fearing god.  You don’t hear it as much today (thankfully), but when I was growing up people would vouch for someone’s character by saying things like “He’s a God-fearing man.” 

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Prosperity.

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Obeying God

Last week I did a series of five posts about our need for deep questions, and things that challenge us.  One of them was about how religion can cloud your future.  It ignited a fascinating discussion.  But one question that arose really intrigued me…

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

comfort zone

Why Your Comfort Zone Makes You Miserable

This is the last post in the series about the need for goals that challenge you and pull you towards the greatest possible version of yourself.  A fascinating dynamic of human nature is how fiercely people will fight to stay mediocre.  They don’t label it as mediocre obviously.  They would tell you that they’re simply being conservative, safe or avoiding potential risk.  But those motivations are always a recipe for creating mediocrity.

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By Randy Gage in Critical Thinking, Success, Prosperity.

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