20 Success Principles From Jack Canfield

December 14, 2012 by  
Filed under Finance, Personal, Relationships

The Success Principles by Jack CanfieldJack Canfield is a well-known success coach and speaker, and the co-creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. One of his popular books on success is “The Success Principles: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be“, which is packed with 64 principles to help you transform yourself for success and fulfill your goals and passions.

Here’s a list of 20 success principles from the book that we like:

  1. Take 100% Responsibility for Your Life
  2. Be Clear Why You’re Here
  3. Decide What You Want
  4. Unleash the Power of Goal-Setting
  5. Take Action Read more

Million Dollar Tip #1: Money is Value

March 14, 2012 by  
Filed under Finance

This article is written by Celestine Chua.

What are your money making goals? How much do you want to earn?

Whether you want to earn $1, $10,000, or $1 million dollars, the first thing is to recognize money as what it is – a medium for value exchange.

Money = Value

What does this mean? It means that if you want to earn $10,000, you should stop thinking about your goal in terms of “I want to earn $10,000” or “How can I get people to pay me $10,000?”. Rather, you should think about it in terms of “How can I create $10,000 worth of value to others? How can I bring about $10,000 worth of value to this world?” Read more

10 Investment Tips from Warren Buffett, the World’s Most Successful Investor

February 4, 2012 by  
Filed under Featured, Finance

Warren Buffett is often regarded as the most successful investor in the world, and he is Forbes #3 world’s richest billionaires in 2011, with a net worth of US$39 billion. Warren Buffett is the chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, a large holding company with diverse interest in the food, insurance, utilities, and industrials sectors.

Warren Buffett’s investment principle is simple – he looks for quality companies that are undervalued on the stock market, buys and holds them for the long term, which is an investment method referred to as value investing. He focuses on the fundamentals and management of the company, rather than the volatile activities of the stock market. Read more

Introducing Hu Liyang – Asia’s Stock Market Godfather

January 14, 2012 by  
Filed under Finance

Hu Liyang (胡立阳) is Asia’s top stock investment guru and most well-known for his best-selling book, Hu Liyang’s 100 Stock Investment Tips (胡立阳股票投资100招).

At age 33, Hu Liyang became the first Chinese vice-president of the largest brokerage firm in the United States, the highest position held by a Chinese at Wall Street. He later went back to Taiwan to help the authorities on promoting stock investment and educating the public on stock investing during the early days of the Taiwan stock exchange.

His often accurate views on the stock markets in Asia and popular books on stock investing, earned him the nickname of “Asia’s Stock Market Godfather”. Read more

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