Friday, February 20, 2009


Jim Randel is talking about having success and the steps needed to take in order to gain success. Some we need little guidance from someone that has had success throughout their lives. Below is a link to an article that will outline the little steps one needs for success. I believe that if people really set attainable goals and a structured plan they can accomplish anything and overcome hardships. We all know that bad things happen, but we learn and grow and for every bad thing that happens there is always a positive.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

A WorldWide Spread

The American people aren't the only ones facing this crisis. It is worldwide chaos people all over the world are losing their jobs. People must act now and try to find solutions because it is going to get worse before it gets better. The New York Times has an article on the world crisis that has actual stories of people losing their jobs and the protest that are happening around the world.


Should We Continue...

Should we continue doing what we have been doing over the past years. People have taken advice after advice from past generations but nothing changes. Since we were small we have been told to get a good education, obtain a relationship with a good company, so that we can have a good retirement. Well let me just say that those days are over. We are seeing today with the economic crisis we are in. Jobs are being lost, retirement is disappearing and savings accounts are being drained and people keep on doing the same things over and over. Well we have been doing the same things over and over and we see no progress then this a chance to change things.

CLICK on the website below Jim Randel is an attorney and a real estate investor. I believe that as a individual that has experienced success owning his own business makes him a a very credible individual. In the following article he talks about investing in yourself. The title of the article is What to Advise Young People?, but I believe that everyone can benefit from this. I think that he does a good job of advising the next generation on how to take charge of their lives and do things differently form what the previous generations did.