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"The single most powerful asset we have is our mind. If trained well, it can create enormous wealth." ~ Robert Kiyosaki

Power Thought: Train your mind

Listen to the audio version here or on Spreaker! [sc_embed_player_template1 fileurl=”http://www.carmaspence.com/carmaspence/audio/powerthoughts/2014/20141231.mp3″] “The single most powerful asset we have is our mind. If trained well, it can create enormous wealth.” ~ Robert Kiyosaki What this quote means to women entrepreneurs: When in comes to creating income in general and wealth specifically, […]

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Ethics & Integrity

Ethics & Integrity

Follow the Pay Me What I’m Worth series! Today’s post is going to be a bit different in that the video, audio and text will be fairly closely matched. If you’d like to listen to this post, use the player below or listen on Spreaker. Duration: X:XX [sc_embed_player_template1 fileurl=”http://www.carmaspence.com/carmaspence/audio/pmwiw-post10.mp3″] This […]

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8 Essential Elements for Success

By Paul LeJoy

success is vision, action, passion, discipline, determination, support, integrity and humility combined

Carma’s Note: I really liked what Paul LeJoy had to say about the elements of success. We should all strive to nurture these qualities in ourselves and the next generation.

8 Essential Elements for Success
Expert cites wealth strategies for the 99%

By Paul LeJoy

America continues to be the world’s largest economy and boasts the lion share of global billionaires. In fact, there were reportedly 442 billionaires in America in 2012—the majority of the record 1,426 people who have earned this laudable distinction around the world. When considering the staggering success only an elite few attain in business, it begs the question “what do these billionaires know that the rest of us don’t?” And, as importantly, “how can we avoid failure as we aspire to achieve career success of any measure?”

“To achieve a notable amount of success at anything and certainly a notable measure of wealth, you must become a specialist at what you do. And, you must ‘do what you do‘ better than anyone else,” notes international business mogul Paul LeJoy, who himself has built a 50 million dollar real estate business in just 7 years after immigrating to America. “You must become indispensible—the go-to person because your results are superior. In working towards this objective it is important employ a specific combination of essential elements that, combined, will make you a force to be reckoned with.”

With this in mind, LeJoy offers the achievement-minded these 8 wealth strategies to assist the proverbial 99% in their quest for success in any industry:
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