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« Reply #300 on: June 20, 2013, 12:26:38 PM »
exactly[/b] if you are good at your profession, riches will follow. my cousin who is a doctor like you lives in a $9 million home

The most important thing, sir lakandula, is that an individual LOVES his or her profession. The rewards will follow suit. Be it a profession in business, counseling, nursing, engineering, banking, medicine or what have you.

That is the tool for success.






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« Reply #301 on: June 20, 2013, 12:48:35 PM »
I know of an individual who was a risk analyst for Prudential Life, making over $350,000 a year at age 28, and recently resigned from his position to enter the seminary to pursue his true calling as a priest. this man, may God Bless him, chose a life of poverty and internal prayer instead of a life of abundance and worldly prevalence.

wow! such sublime wisdom !

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« Reply #302 on: June 20, 2013, 07:38:35 PM »
How to Get Rich
By Mark Morgan Ford

"Contrary to popular modern belief, it is still quite possible for the successful individual to make his million - and more."

J. Paul Getty wrote these words in 1960, in his book, How to Be Rich. It's as true now as it was then... and Getty shows his readers that anyone with the right mentality can get rich by developing a handful of habits.

Getty was a very rich man. I've heard it said that in today's dollars, his wealth was greater than Bill Gates' and Warren Buffett's put together.

Getty made his fortune by buying up oil businesses at bargain prices just after the depression. A small portion of the book is devoted to telling this story. The rest of it presents his thesis: Anyone with the right mentality can get rich by developing a handful of habits.

How to Be Rich is very easy to read. Written as a series of essays for Playboy magazine, it feels like a casual conversation with a very rich friend.

"Although there are no sure-fire formulas for achieving success in business," Getty says, "there are some fundamental rules to the game, which, if followed, tip the odds of success very much in the businessman's favor."

Those rules include:
The best way to make a fortune is to own your own business.
The central aim of every business is to produce more and better goods (or more and better services) to more people at a lower cost.
A sense of thrift is essential for success in business.
Legitimate opportunities for expansion should not be overlooked.
The business owner must run his own business. He cannot expect employees to run it for him.
The business owner must be constantly alert for new ways to improve his products and services and increase his production and sales.
Nothing builds confidence and volume faster than a reputation for standing behind one's product.
The book is loaded with practical advice for business owners and employees who want to share in the profits of their businesses.

How to Be Rich also has a chapter devoted to passive investing. Most people don't realize it, but Getty's record as a buyer of stocks was stellar. What was his strategy? To buy great companies with distinct competitive advantages when their shares are cheap.

Sound familiar?

Another chapter talks about real estate. Getty was a big believer in real estate as a secondary investment and made millions that way. He also talks about investing in fine art. In the course of his business life, Getty acquired one of the greatest private collections of art in his time. He left much of that collection to various museums, including the Getty Museum in Malibu, California.

What I like about this book - besides the fact that Getty has come to the same conclusions on wealth-building that I have - is that it is extremely motivational. There is something about the way he writes that feels authentic (as opposed to Donald Trump, for example). When you have the world's richest man giving you advice on getting rich, you want to listen.

That said, a few of his ideas might be surprising to some readers. For example, Getty is famous for pinching pennies... But he believed in paying his employees well and letting his best employees get wealthy by sharing in the profits. He was not condescending to his employees. He treated them like partners.

The most successful business people I know share this view.

Another contrarian idea: Getty disputes the idea that the business owners should think big and take big chances. His success, he says, came from "thinking small" (i.e. paying attention to details) and avoiding risk at every juncture.

If you have ambitions of being truly rich one day, you should read How to Be Rich. If you have already read it once, you should read it again and again.

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« Reply #303 on: June 20, 2013, 07:47:50 PM »
na basa sa ahong kaluha ang HOW TO BE RICH a zillion times. his business is trading penny stocks. he has 4 traders which he trained working for him. they dont have a salary. they work on commission. each trader makes 1 to 2 thousand dollars a day in commissions. when my kaluha is in the mood, he trades. he will trade USEI today. but he trades only once in a while. kay busy man sija ug salida sa tbnation.

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« Reply #304 on: June 20, 2013, 08:42:04 PM »
from the shout box

wardiflex: ajong buntag tanan....happy birthday sir Balz..
June 20, 2013,

wards, nalipay si balong nga naka hinomdom ka nija. just post your picture and address here to get $20 by western union. dugay pa beerthday sa ahong kaluha. pero ug wa ka mo basa aning topic, wa kay reply, gone with the wind ang $20

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« Reply #305 on: June 20, 2013, 09:17:40 PM »

segurado na pong ka sapi si balonglong tikongkong karon. naa nay mi hangjo ug .007 sa USEI. mao ni ahong giingon ninjo nga kong ka antigo mo sa sistema ni balong, anhi ra ka sa computer manginhas ug kwarta

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« Reply #306 on: June 20, 2013, 09:24:44 PM »

Symbol   Last Price   $ Chg   % Chg        Bid           Ask   
USEI      0.006           0.00   0.00          0.007      0.007       

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« Reply #307 on: June 20, 2013, 09:32:52 PM »
.0074 na ang presyo sa USEI

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« Reply #308 on: June 20, 2013, 09:33:40 PM »
back to .007

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« Reply #309 on: June 20, 2013, 09:35:02 PM »
sold at .007

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« Reply #310 on: June 20, 2013, 09:39:30 PM »
in less than 10 minutes balong made a profit of more than $2000.

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« Reply #311 on: June 20, 2013, 09:41:32 PM »
THANK YOU LORD

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« Reply #312 on: June 21, 2013, 03:53:00 AM »
sali salida ra man ning atong mga post. karong dominggo, naay tinuod gyud nga salida. be sure to watch on discovery channel. nik wallenda will walk the high wire across the grand canyon without a harness. ug mo sipyat sija 100 per cent dedbol

http://skywire.discovery.com/#the-walk

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« Reply #313 on: June 21, 2013, 03:56:12 AM »
ug karong gabii pod game 7 sa nba finals. ang trend sa games semalona. win loss win loss so dako ug porohan nga mo daug ang san antonio spurs

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« Reply #314 on: June 21, 2013, 04:34:39 AM »

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back to our location shooting in new york SUMMER OF 2014

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« Reply #316 on: June 21, 2013, 04:41:51 AM »
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« Reply #317 on: June 21, 2013, 04:46:49 AM »
unsa kahay sunod natong makita. mo balik kaha ug praktis si balong sa iyang kung fu. andam andam sa duwelo sa sapang bato.
kung fu versus bartitsu.

as usual  TO BE CONTINUED

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« Reply #318 on: June 21, 2013, 05:20:07 AM »
Tipping Toward Tyranny

June 19, 2013 by John Myers

“We know better than what they tell us, yet hope otherwise.” — Thomas Pynchon, in a 2003 introduction to George Orwell’s reprinted classic, 1984
After the past few months, nothing President Barack Obama and his Chicago troika (first lady Michelle Obama, senior adviser Valerie Jarrett and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder) says shocks me. Their ideology is based on their African-American heritage and their Islamic sympathies. What should shock us is that we are allowing the Obama Administration to do what it wants with nary an objection — not from the people, not from the press and not even from our Republican representatives in Congress.
Our latest engagement in Syria will only make that nation a breeding ground for future terrorists. The consequences of that will be arguments by the Obama Administration for even greater authority. That will mean Americans will have fewer liberties.  Don’t count on public outrage.
In a recent poll from the Pew Research Center and The Washington Post, 56 percent of those surveyed said the National Security Agency’s (NSA) program to track phone records is acceptable. Only 41 percent said it was unacceptable. When asked about anti-terrorism efforts, 62 percent of respondents said it was more important for the government to investigate possible terror threats, even if the price was personal privacy.
I cannot comprehend how almost two out of every three Americans are perfectly willing to let Obama shred the 4th Amendment. It gets worse. Some Republicans in Congress are suggesting that journalists should be subject to arrest if their articles put the Nation at risk. Risk is how the Obama Administration defines it. If this happens, there goes the 1st Amendment. All of this begs the question: If we are willing to give up these Constitutional rights, are we willing to give up everything in the Constitution? Will America sacrifice the right to bear arms and even the 22nd Amendment, the only instrument that limits the President to two terms?
I try not to be too pessimistic, but it seems that we are at a tipping point — something Malcolm Gladwell studied and wrote about in his acclaimed book The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference. In it, he states, “Change happens not gradually but at one dramatic moment.”

Flying Blind And Blind Trust

My own personal experiences have demonstrated that Gladwell is correct. I almost had a life-ending moment, and I wasn’t aware of it until it was upon me.
It was 20 years ago when my uncle, Dick Myers, flew me to Billings, Mont., in his Cessna 172. We took the trip to see Little Bighorn Battlefield, the site of Gen. George Custer’s last stand.
Dick had let me handle the controls from the co-pilots seat many times before in mid-flight, but only on perfectly clear days. Dick had flown for decades, with 2,000 hours as first in command. When he asked me if I wanted to take control over the middle of Montana, I said, “You bet.”
We were cruising at 120 mph at an altitude of 8,000 feet. Dick was taking a rest in the left seat, eyes closed.
A cloudbank overcame us with me at the controls. I understood only two gauges: the altimeter and the airspeed indicator. In pilot jargon, I was flying VFR, or visual flight rules. Given my inexperience, it was necessary for me to be able to see the horizon just to keep the plane flying straight and level. But I was blissfully ignorant as the clouds came upon us. Everything seemed fine when Dick became startled, saying, “I have the controls!”
I didn’t know what all the excitement was about, but certainly Dick was plenty excited. He grabbed the yoke and rammed the throttle forward. The small Cessna’s single engine roared. We momentarily broke through the clouds. It was then that I was able to see I had not been flying straight. Our plane was listing to the right, and the nose of the plane was pointed toward the prairie below.
It couldn’t have been much more than a minute; but in that time, I had lost all ability to tell up from down. It is called spatial disorientation. It is what happened to John F. Kennedy Jr. when he crashed his Piper Saratoga into the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., in 1999. All Dick had to do was give the instruments a quick check to stabilize the plane as we flew back into cloud cover.
“That was close,” Dick exclaimed. I could tell he was angry at himself for not being alert as I flew into the clouds. He had trusted the weather report before we departed which said there would be an unlimited ceiling. After we landed (and over a much-needed beverage), he told me that when flying, things can go bad in the blink of an eye. As Gladwell explained in his book, a great many things reach a tipping point.
It is easy to blame the loss of liberties on Obama because of his disregard for the Constitution. Yet millions of Americans implicitly trust Obama to do the right thing — even after the Benghazi, Libya, cover-up; abuses by the Internal Revenue Service; the seizure of telephone records of reporters; and the all-encompassing NSA spy program.
How can you blindly trust someone you have never met and don’t know? Even the people who have written about Obama and support his policies admit that nobody — with the exception of his wife, Michelle — knows who Obama is.
Let me tell you about trust. That same summer I was flying the airplane, there was a front-page story in our hometown newspaper. Our family doctor of 15 years was arrested (he was later convicted) for having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old male patient. The news was crushing because he was a good doctor and, I thought, a sensible man. He delivered our babies and even made house-calls if anyone in the family was ill. He had a wife and child. He was the kind of man that women wanted to be with and men wanted to be like. He had a thriving practice. And I thought I knew him well.
All these years later, I still ask: How could I have been so wrong? Who do we really know?
I have known my wife for 40 years. I believe I know what is in her heart, and she knows what is in mine. But beyond my wife, I really can’t make blanket statements about anyone. And I certainly wouldn’t make one about someone I have never met who is also a politician.
When millions of Americans feel they can trust Obama, we are near a tipping point. I just hope that America can save itself before it’s too late.

Yours in good times and bad,
–John Myers   

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