People often do things that come back to bite them. Examples include living an unhealthy lifestyle, craving instant gratification, living on the edge, shooting from the hip, and playing helpless victim rather than accepting personal responsibility. What’s worse, such folks are not interested in addressing bad habits or furthering their personal development. Instead, they’re like… [Read More]
You Are What You Eat … And What You Read
To My Readers: I’m honored to republish, with permission, an article by Rodger Dean Duncan that first appeared in Forbes January 16, 2019. In it, he interviewed me about my approach to personal development. This is the first of two posts; the second half of the interview will post next week. — Frank Sonnenberg You Are… [Read More]
Keep Learning — Even When You’re Busy
Some people intuitively know that personal development is critical, but they either feel they’ve spent lots of years in school, think they can’t find the time, or think they already know everything there is to know about everything. So personal development is relegated to the backburner. There are five critical areas that you should address…. [Read More]
What’s the Best Investment That You Can Make?
What’s the best investment you can make? Some people invest in hard assets such as stocks, bonds, and real estate; others invest in collectibles. But there’s a better alternative. Let me give you a hint: It can’t be taxed, it can’t be reduced by inflation, and it won’t wear out or depreciate like driving a… [Read More]