Why Most People Never Bounce Back from Failure

The Surprising Difference Between Millionaires and the Middle Class

I’m currently running my fourth business. The first one failed miserably. So did the second one. And the third. So, why then is this one so successful? It’s, in part, because I knew how to come back…and what to do next.

Why Most People Never Bounce Back from Failure

The Problem with Failure

The problem with failure is that most people handle it wrong. They respond in the wrong way and then change course. Rather than trying the same thing again, they think they have to try something new.

That makes sense, of course. When you fall flat on your face, instinct tells us to avoid whatever it was that led to that pain. But we should do the exact opposite. We should try it again.

Studies show us that is exactly what successful people do. One study, done by Lewis Schiff, author of the book Business Brilliant, shows that self-made millionaires have at least three significant business failures in their lives. Sounds familiar to me.

Why Self-Improvement Is Not About You

Why Your Goal Shouldn't be a Better You, but a Better World

I only recently discovered that I am rich beyond belief. This was a shocking revelation to me and one that caused me to rethink everything.

Why Self-Improvement Is Not About You

According to GlobalRichList.com, I am the 2,974,323rd wealthiest person in the world. That puts me in the top 0.05% of all income earners on the planet.

Episode 056: Redefining Rich with Matt Ham (Part Two)

I’m so excited to bring back today’s guest for part two of his interview on redefining rich. Part one was so good and we received a ton of awesome feedback…but part two is even better.

Redefining Rich with Matt Ham (Part Two)

Matt Ham’s story starts with what he calls a “good life crisis.” Not a mid-life crisis, but a crisis rooted in settling for the American Dream as he knew it.

That led him on a quest to redefine rich using his four principles, which make up an acronym for the word RICH.

R – Recognize you’re broken

I – Invest in others

C – Choose gratitude

H – Humble yourself with confidence.

Episode 054: Redefining Rich with Matt Ham (Part One)

What does it mean to truly be rich? That’s the question today’s guest is answering every day. He is literally redefining rich through his book, his podcast, and his online platform.

Redefining Rich with Matt Ham (Part One)

Matt Ham’s story starts with what he calls a “good life crisis.” Not a mid-life crisis, but a crisis rooted in settling for the American Dream as he knew it.

That led him on a quest to redefine rich, with his four principles, an acronym for the word RICH.

R – Recognize you’re broken

I – Invest in others

C – Choose gratitude

H – Humble yourself with confidence.

5 Success Secrets of People Who Get What They Really Want

What sets apart the greats from…well, the rest of us? What are the characteristics of those people who always seem to get what they really want? What can we learn from those people who are changing the world and leaving a legacy? What makes them so special?

Michael Hyatt Secrets to Success

Here’s what I know about you:

  • By the mere act of reading this, you are in the upper 89% of the world’s population, simply because you are literate.
  • You are in the top 39% in terms of access to information, simple because you can access the internet. Odds are it’s at a high speed, too.
  • If you make just the average American household income ($50,000 and change), you are in the top 0.4% wealthiest people in the world.

Interview with Tom Corley of Rich Habits | World Changer Show

What are the habits of the wealthy?

Tom Corley Rich HabitsThey could very well be the same habits that help one to have a great marriage, be a great parent, live a long, healthy life, and ultimately change the world.

I was honored to recently spend more than an hour interviewing best-selling author, Tom Corley about some of the Rich Habits he has discovered and shared in recent years. Tom understands the difference between being rich and poor: at age 9 his family went from being multi-millionaires to broke in just one night.

For five years, Tom observed and documented the daily activities of 233 wealthy people and 128 people living in poverty. He discovered there is an immense difference between the habits of the wealthy and the poor. During his research he identified over 200 daily activities that separated the “haves” from the “have nots.” The culmination of his research can be found in his #1 bestselling book, Rich Habits – The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals.

His new book is Rich Kids: How to Raise Our Children to Be Happy and Successful in Life and you can win one of FIVE copies right here. See below for details.