Nov 24

I was 19 years old when I made this and I’m amazed how things have evolved in my personal life and business. What I can take from this video is:

  1. Have a goal in mind.
  2. Take massive action towards your goal.
  3. Do not fear failure.
  4. Surround yourself with like minded people.

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Nov 23

Gary Vaynerchuk is co-founder and CEO of social media brand consulting agency, video blogger, co-owner and director of operations of a wine retail store, and an author and public speaker on the subjects of social media, brand building and e-commerce. 

Welcome to the first episode of #AskGaryVee show! This is the perfect way to start things off as we get into some nitty gritty about long-term business goals, Facebook dark-posts, and even non-profits. This is the beginning of a new era, my friends. Get ready!

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Nov 22

Before last year 25-year-old entrepreneur Nick Walter of Provo, Utah, had never heard of the Udemy online-course platform until a friend introduced him to it. An iOS developer, he quickly figured out how to use the platform to offer his first course and then figured out how to do something really ingenius this summer.

Walter, whom I recently interviewed, set up a Kickstarter campaign for his class “How to Make a Freaking iPhoneApp,” on Aug. 12 and in effect presold his $199 course for just $29. His initial goal was to raise $1,000 for the 30-day launch, but he ended up making $66,533 in just 30 days without having a full-time job.

When Walter first checked out the Udemy platform last year, he saw how all these instructors were making a killing, teaching what they knew. He knew he had to put his hat in the ring. So he did.

He had just attended an Apple development conference in 2013 where a new programming language called Swift was introduced. He thought this all amounted to a unique opportunity for him to do some intense learning while teaching at the same time.

Says Walter: “I knew that if I was one of the first ones to create a class on it, it would gain a lot of traction.” And that’s how it turned out. Over the course of a single week all he did was eat, sleep and learn Swift. By the week’s end, he had made 50 short videos and promptly uploaded them to Udemy.com.

To date, his first course, “Swift – Learn Apple’s New Programming Language Step by Step,” has had more than 8,000 students enrolled. “I was successful with my iPhone app class because of my Apple Swift course,” he tells me. “I was able to leverage some of the students from my first class to want to join my second one.”

Another success story involves Nick Loper of SideHustleNation.com.Earlier this year the Livermore, Calif., resident wrote a Kindle book, Work Smarter, which generated $1,400 over 30 days of sales on Amazon. Because he kept on being asked the same question from readers about how they could replicate his success, he decided to teach a course — on you guessed it, Udemy.com.

In his online course, “Kindle Launch Plan: $1400 in 30 Days & an Amazon Bestseller,” Loper teaches his students how to build a foundation on Amazon and then successfully launch a book even if an author doesn’t yet have a large audience of fans.

Now I hope you’re beginning to see what teaching what you already know can do for your bottom line. Here are three great ways to capitalize on your unfair advantage (teaching what you already know):

1. Udemy

Based in San Francisco, Udemy offers more than 20,000 courses in every topic or genre you could possibly think of. The best thing is that teachers get to set their own prices, come up with their own topics and if they market a course, they keep 100 percent of the profit.

If Udemy does the marketing and brings in the students, the instructor keeps 50 percent of the profits. An instructor on average makes $7,000 on Udemy and 96 percent of instructors do achieve sales, according to the site.

2. Skillshare

Online learning community Skillshare lets people take some amazing classes for free (although upgrades are available for pay). It also lets individuals teach on the platform and earn side income based on what they already know, love or are passionate about.

Do you have expertise in design, gaming or programming? Then teach a course in one of these areas. Skillshare has more than 750,000 students, 35,000 student projects and has paid its teachers more than $3 million, according to its site. An instructor on average makes more than $3,500. So what are you waiting for?

3. Dabble

If you’re more of the hands-on type when it comes to teaching, then Dabble.co is the platform for you. You sign up to teach classes in your own community. You can teach in a coffee shop or restaurant — you name it. Classes can be taught by anyone (which means you). You can attend a class, teach one or host a class and have someone else do the teaching.

So now that you have the tools, it’s time to start building. If you’re feeling a little hesitant, I’ll be sharing my insights about this very topic in an upcoming course I’ve titled “Teach Online: How to Create Side Hustle Income Leveraging Your Existing Skills.”  

Let me know about your teaching successes in the comments section.

Thank you for reading and stay tuned for more!

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Written by: Meiko Patton

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Nov 20

There’s nothing worse than a rich person who’s chronically angry or unhappy. There’s really no excuse for it, yet I see this phenomenon every day. It results from an extremely unbalanced life, one with too much expectation and not enough appreciation for what’s there.

Without gratitude and appreciation for what you already have, you’ll never know true fulfillment. But how do you cultivate balance in life? What’s the point of achievement if your life has no balance?

For nearly four decades, I’ve had the privilege of coaching people from every walk of life, including some of the most powerful men and women on the planet. I’ve worked with presidents of the United States as well as owners of small businesses.

Across the board, I’ve found that virtually every moment people make three key decisions that dictate the quality of their lives.

If you make these decisions unconsciously, you’ll end up like majority of people who tend to be out of shape physically, exhausted emotionally and often financially stressed. But if you make these decisions consciously, you can literally change the course of your life today.

Decision 1: Carefully choose what to focus on.

At every moment, millions of things compete for your attention. You can focus on things that are happening right here and now or on what you want to create in the future. Or you can focus on the past.

Where focus goes, energy flows. What you focus on and your pattern for doing so shapes your entire life.

Which area do you tend to focus on more: what you have or what’s missing from your life?

I’m sure you think about both sides of this coin. But if you examine your habitual thoughts, what do you tend to spend most of your time dwelling on?

Rather than focusing on what you don’t have and begrudging those who are better off than you financially, perhaps you should acknowledge that you have much to be grateful for and some of it has nothing to do with money. You can be grateful for your health, family, friends, opportunities and mind.

Developing a habit of appreciating what you have can create a new level of emotional well-being and wealth. But the real question is, do you take time to deeply feel grateful with your mind, body, heart and soul? That’s where the joy, happiness and fulfillment can be found.

Consider a second pattern of focus that affects the quality of your life: Do you tend to focus more on what you can control or what you can’t?

If you focus on what you can’t control, you’ll have more stress in life. You can influence many aspects of your life but you usually can’t control them.

When you adopt this pattern of focus, your brain has to make another decision:

Decision 2: Figure out, What does this all mean?

Ultimately, how you feel about your life has nothing to do with the events in it or with your financial condition or what has (or hasn’t) happened to you. The quality of your life is controlled by the meaning you give these things.

Most of the time you may be unaware of the effect of your unconscious mind in assigning meaning to life’s events.

When something happens that disrupts your life (a car accident, a health issue, a job loss), do you tend to think that this is the end or the beginning?

If someone confronts you, is that person insulting you, coaching you or truly caring for you?

Does a devastating problem mean that God is punishing you or challenging you? Or is it possible that this problem is a gift from God?

Your life takes on whatever meaning you give it. With each meaning comes a unique feeling or emotion and the quality of your life involves where you live emotionally.

I always ask during my seminars, “How many of you know someone who is on antidepressants and still depressed?” Typically 85 percent to 90 percent of those assembled raise their hands.

How is this possible? The drugs should make people feel better. It’s true that antidepressants do come with labels warning that suicidal thoughts are a possible side effect.

But no matter how much a person drugs himself, if he constantly focuses on what he can’t control in life and what’s missing, he won’t find it hard to despair. If he adds to that a meaning like “life is not worth living,” that’s an emotional cocktail that no antidepressant can consistently overcome.

Yet if that same person can arrive at a new meaning, a reason to live or a belief that all this was meant to be, then he will be stronger than anything that ever happened to him.

When people shift their habitual focus and meanings, there’s no limit on what life can become. A change of focus and a shift in meaning can literally alter someone’s biochemistry in minutes.

So take control and always remember: Meaning equals emotion and emotion equals lifeChoose consciously and wisely. Find an empowering meaning in any event, and wealth in its deepest sense will be yours today.

Once you create a meaning in your mind, it creates an emotion, and that emotion leads to a state for making your third decision:

Decision 3: What will you do?

The actions you take are powerfully shaped by the emotional state you’re in. If you’re angry, you’re going to behave quite differently than if you’re feeling playful or outrageous.

If you want to shape your actions, the fastest way is to change what you focus on and shift the meaning to be something more empowering.

Two people who are angry will behave differently. Some pull back. Others push through.

Some individuals express anger quietly. Others do so loudly or violently. Yet others suppress it only to look for a passive-aggressive opportunity to regain the upper hand or even exact revenge.

Where do these patterns come from? People tend to model their behavior on those they respect, enjoy and love.

The people who frustrated or angered you? You often reject their approaches.

Yet far too often you may find yourself falling back into patterns you witnessed over and over again in your youth and were displeased by.

It’s very useful for you to become aware of your patterns when you are frustrated, angry or sad or feel lonely. You can’t change your patterns if you’re not aware of them.

Now that you’re aware of the power of these three decisions, start looking for role models who are experiencing what you want out of life. I promise you that those who have passionate relationships have a totally different focus and arrive at totally different meanings for the challenges in relationships than people who are constantly bickering or fighting.

It’s not rocket science. If you become aware of the differences in how people approach these three decisions, you’ll have a pathway to help you create a permanent positive change in any area of life.

Thank you for reading and stay tuned for more!

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Written by: Tony Robbins 

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Nov 19

Looking at risk in two different ways—the way of the poor and the middle-class, and the way of the rich.

Over the last few weeks, I’ve been talking a lot about average and sophisticated investors. If I could give one summary, it would be this: The average investor views risk from a completely different point of view than the sophisticated investor. And it is this view of risk that truly differentiates the sophisticated investor.

As my rich dad said, “If you want to become really rich, then one of the things you’ll have to change is your point of view on what you think is risky and what is secure. What the poor and the middle class think is secure, I think is risky.”

The following is a handy chart I created to contrast the difference between an average investor and sophisticated investor’s view of risk. It could be helpful to study it and honestly assess which views are yours today…and which you’d like to work towards adopting.

Average Investor Sophisticated Investor
Only one financial statement. Multiple financial statements.
Wants everything in their name. Wants nothing in their name. Uses corporate entities. Often personal residence and automobile are not in their names.
Does not think of insurance as an investment. Uses words such as “diversity.” Uses insurance as an investment product to hedge against exposed risk. Uses words like “covered,” “exposure,” and “hedge.”
Holds only paper assets, which include cash and savings Has both paper assets and hard assets, such as real estate and precious metals. Precious metals are a hedge against government mismanagement of the money supply.
Focuses on job security. Focuses on financial freedom.
Focuses on professional education. Avoids making mistakes. Focuses on financial education. Understands that mistakes are part of learning.
Does not often seek financial information and wants it free if sought. Willing to pay for financial information.
Thinks in terms of good or bad, black or white, right or wrong. Thinks in financial gray.
Looks at past indicators, such as P/Es and capitalization rates. Looks for future indicators—such as trends, pro formas, and changes in management and products.
Calls brokers first and asks for investment advice. Or invests alone, asking no one for advice. Calls broker last, after consulting with plan and team of financial advisors. (Brokers are often part of the team.)
Seeks external security, such as a job, company, or government. Values personal self-confidence and independence.

If you want to learn more about what the rich think about risk—and why they think that way— Watch this video and learn how to implement your idea 

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Written by: Robert Kiyosaki

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Nov 18

Whether it’s ketchup or ice cream or more recently batteries, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway is a powerhouse, managing a stable of more than 80 businesses. Its stock trades at more than $210,000 per share.

And if Berkshire Hathaway is legit, then Buffett — the company’s charismatic leader — is the real deal in business. At age 84, the man has a net worth of $66.8 billion, according to a recent report. Yes, you read that right. Billion. (Actually, it looks like he might be worth even morenow…)

Buffett is the second wealthiest individual in the U.S., behind Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates ($81.5 billion) and ahead of Oracle’s Larry Ellison ($47.3 billion).

Buffett is as brilliant in business and investing as he is inspiring. Here are 10 of his best quotes, collected from his many letters to Berkshire shareholders and elsewhere around the web. Enjoy.

1. Give your mind some clarity.

“I insist on a lot of time being spent, almost every day, to just sit and think. That is very uncommon in American business. I read and think. So I do more reading and thinking, and make less impulse decisions than most people in business. I do it because I like this kind of life.”

2. Never forget thy business basics.

“Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.”

3. Know what you’re getting into, before you get into it.

“It’s far better to buy a wonderful company at a fair price than a fair company at a wonderful price.”

4. Be smart — and realistic.

“I try to buy stock in businesses that are so wonderful that an idiot can run them. Because sooner or later, one will.”

5. Don’t fake it till you make it.

“After all, you only find out who is swimming naked when the tide goes out.”

Related: Warren Buffett Sings Sinatra to an Audience of 400 Powerful Women

6. Always know who you’re dealing with.

“You can’t make a good deal with a bad person.”

7. Act with honor and integrity.

“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.”

8. Value what’s most important.

“Too often, a vast collection of possessions ends up possessing its owner. The asset I most value, aside from health, is interesting, diverse, and long-standing friends.”

9. Hit the brakes when you need to.

“The most important thing to do if you find yourself in a hole is to stop digging.”

10. Be bold. Be confident.

“I always knew I was going to be rich. I don’t think I ever doubted it for a minute. ”

Thank you for reading and stay tuned for more!

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Written by: Jason Fell

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Nov 17

Today I want to tell you about what I believe is the most dangerous investing lie of all. I’ve got my gloves off and I’m going to come out swinging, because I want to smack this lie square in the face. The lie is simply this“It takes money to make money.”

Even though the world is filled with example after example of people who started with nothing and have created tremendous wealth, many people still believe this lie. Even though we know if we took a billionaire like Richard Branson and stripped him of all his wealth, he would become wealthy again… and even though there’s evidence all around us to the contrary, there are still scores of people who believe it takes money to make money.

Why is this lie such a big problem? Because it steals a person’s hope. If I have no money and I choose to believe this lie, then in my view all is lost. So many people these days feel that without money they have no power. They feel trapped in the rat race because they feel that money is the key to escape. And without that key, they believe they have a life sentence. My heart goes out to these people not because they’re short on cash, but because they feel hopeless. My heart goes out to them because they’re looking in the wrong place.

Another danger that this lie throws on the world is that it can make some people bitter. It makes them feel that other people have a big advantage over them. So instead of being inspired by the success of others, they tend to hate them. And instead of gaining confidence knowing that they can also achieve success, they see the achievements of others as impossible obstacles.

When coaching my third grader’s basketball team, I like to inspire them with this saying: “One evidence of pure teamwork is finding joy in the success of your teammate.”

Some people who feel frustrated because they have no money are robbed of joy by their envy of other successful people. The lie can steal your social sunshine, leaving too many days cold and gray.

But this is probably the most dangerous trap of all: many people use it as an excuse to not work to improve their investing. So instead of moving forward, bit by bit, they decide to stop their progress. Then, gradually, they slide backwards into laziness.

Yet the moment we admit that it does not take money to make money, we are giving ourselves new power. If we choose to sit on the sidelines and refuse to run into the game, that’s now our choice — it’s NOT our fate.

If a billionaire had all her wealth taken away, she would almost certainly gain it all back again, probably faster than before, because now she knows how to get to the starting line much more quickly than when she first started.

I’ve traveled the world extensively both as a student and a teacher of financial literacy. I’ve had the unique opportunity to speak face-to-face with thousands upon thousands of people who were eager to improve their lives. I have come to realize that the vast majority of people who are starving for financial information are starting their investing journey with virtually nothing.

To those who may be in this same situation of having no money to invest, remember this: most people who are self-made success stories are hard workers. They work hard to accomplish their dreams. They work hard on their mission. The rich don’t work for money, but they do work to learn. In the book Rich Dad Poor Dad you’ll find that those are the first and last lessons of the book. So an essential personal characteristic we can develop is that willingness to work and learn.

I love when Robert pushes us to get comfortable being uncomfortable. For many people, starting their journey of investing can be very uncomfortable. But getting comfortable with new kinds of activities that will help us achieve our goals can make all the difference. It might look like something as simple as making a business phone call rather than a social phone call. A simple difference, but a huge shift in context — to realize that becoming rich has to do with my willingness to make a phone call and nothing to do with how much money is in my bank account.

Imagine what the starting line looked like for Rich Dad Advisors Josh and Lisa Lannon. Once they were clear on their mission, they started making phone calls to raise money because they didn’t have any of their own. They realized that the world is full of wealthy people always looking for investing opportunities. So they developed a plan to begin creating a rich new life even though they had virtually no money to start with.

I’ve often heard Robert Kiyosaki say that “entrepreneurs solve problems.” So the life of an entrepreneur is all about tackling problems head on and solving them. The rich get rich not because they have money, but because they roll up their sleeves and slay dragons one at a time. Yes, some of those dragons breathe fire. I know this because I’ve been vaporized before. These learning experiences are severe, but they also offer huge rewards.

I haven’t learned all the secrets of the rich yet. But I’ve learned many of them through making mistakes and by learning from mentors like my fellow Rich Dad Advisors. I know that it takes willingness and work to make good things happen. And I can say with 100% confidence that it does not take money to make money.

Thank you for reading and stay tuned for more!

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Pedro Marques
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Written by: Andy Tanner

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Nov 16

Check out how this guy relates marketing to getting married.

If you are dating or married… it hits the spot ;)

What is Marketing? This Guy Explained It

what is marketing

*image from Tickld

My own…
10. If a girl goes on google, and types “Looking for Rich Man to Marry” and
finds your blog post that talks about how you are rich, single, and looking to marry – That’s Niche SEO Marketing

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Nov 12

Hi PHC-BR here adding value to the world wide web. In today’s video I’ll share some strategies I personally use to overcome fear of criticism and procrastination.

To sum it up a few tips on how to get better at what you do:

  1. Read at least 15 minutes daily.
  2. Connect with others.
  3. Share your vision.
  4. Fear nothing.

Thank you for watching and stay tuned for more!

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Nov 11

Hello how are you today? I’m happy you are here to watch today’s video.  If you follow our blog posts you will know that I’m Volleyball fanatic in particular   Beach Volleyball.  I love the game for so many reasons but specially because I need to get out of my comfort zone in order to play high level.  In the video of today I had the honor to play side by side with one of the best beach volleyball players in the world Fábio Luis.

Fábio Luis Magalhães won the gold medal in the men’s beach team competition at the 2005 Beach Volleyball World Championships in BerlinGermany, and the silver medal at 2008 Summer Olympics in BeijingChina, partnering with Márcio Araújo.   

Watch now some of the points during the training and stay tune for more beach volleyball videos here at PHC-BR International.

If you wish to know how we can sustain two international businesses and have time for some high level beach volleyball games during the week, click here and you will learn how to get paid to follow your passion… 

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