Tony Robbins has a new, easy-to-follow online tax guide that leverages all of the insider knowledge he’s discovered during his book research. It’s complete with core strategies to employ for 2015 tax planning so that this time next year, the “sting” of tax season won’t be nearly as painful!
Let’s say you or your child gets accepted to Stanford or Harvard, an elite private college that consistently ranks in the tippity top of higher ed rankings and where graduates tend to get the best jobs with the best pay. But here’s the catch: It’ll cost close to $200,000 to attend. In the grand scheme of life, is it worth it?
On Nov 1, 2015 I’ll be embarking on the Podcasters’ Paradise Cruise, a tight-knit conference experience with a dozen other amazing speakers (like John Lee Dumas, Chris Brogan, and Andrew Warner) and a crew of just 50 attendees.
As adults, the fact is that we sometimes have the same desires we had as children: to assimilate, and maybe even be invisible at times. After all, it’s human instinct to want to “follow the herd.” In ancient times, assimilating meant survival. But if you want to lead a rich and meaningful life, it pays to be different. It pays to be authentic… and even weird.
“I’ve had a scarcity complex – always worried I’m about to go broke.” – James Altucher