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Awesome Tips from Coach Bill Belichick

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Awesome Tips from Coach Bill Belichick

Awesome Tips from Coach Bill Belichick   Let us talk about mistakes .. okay .. leadership mistakes ... any stick out .. after every game I look at mistakes that were made in that game by me .. by the coaching staff .. we need to address those and correct them ... good players cannot overcome bad coaching .. that is impossible.On personal level .. the one thing I definitely learned is .. you got to count on your most dependable people .. might not be the most talented, but count on your most dependable people ... there has been...

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Characteristics of Best Investors by Tony Robbins

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Characteristics of Best Investors by Tony Robbins

Characteristics of Best Investors by Tony Robbins The best investors in the world share four traits according to performance coach Tony Robbins. Robbins found these patterns from interviewing and coaching master investors. 1. They hate loosing money and do all they can to avoid it. When Richard Branson started Virgin Airways he negotiated with Boeing to return the planes if it didn't work. 2. They always look to minimize risk. The best investors don't believe they have to take huge risks for huge rewards. 3. They know they'll be wrong sometimes and hedge against future mistakes by diversifying.4. They give...

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Warren Buffett says you don't need Billions to be happy!

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Warren Buffett says you don't need Billions to be happy!

Warren Buffett says you don't need Billions to be happy! Here's a billionaire's opinion about how much money it takes to be happy.For Warren Buffett that's only $100,000 a year. Of course he's worth $75 Billion so .. he'll never really know. But, the "Oracle of Omaha" says he's been on yachts and luxurious homes and they don't make him any happier than the house he bought in 1958. Telling PBS Newshour .. for me that's the happiest house in the world. That's because it's got memories and people come back, and that sort of thing. 99% of Buffett's fortune...

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Warren Buffett's Legendary Business Wisdom

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Warren Buffett's Legendary Business Wisdom

Warren Buffett's Legendary Business Wisdom These quotes reveal Warren Buffett's legendary business mind .. - Never invest in a business you cannot understand. - It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. - Risk comes from not knowing what you're doing.- It's not necessary to do extra ordinary things to get extra ordinary results. - Chains of habits are too light to be felt until they are to heavy to be broken. - The difference between successful people and really successful people is that really successful people say no to almost anything- You only...

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What billionaire Mark Cuban learned about business

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What billionaire Mark Cuban learned about business

What billionaire Mark Cuban learned about business Mark Cuban says the boss who fired him from one of his first jobs didn't understand one huge business lesson. Cuban sold software before starting his first company. His boss cared more about the appearance of the store than actual business results. The boss asked Cuban to clean up and open the store, but Cuban has a big sale he wanted to close, so he asked someone else to cover for him while he made the deal. When Cuban got back his boss didn't care about the deal and he fired him on...

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Where American's Waste the most money

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Where American's Waste the most money

Where American's Waste the most money - #1 ... American's waste money on is eating out. According to Hloom's United States of financial waste survey this is the case for Baby Boomers, Gen. X and Millennials.- #2 ... Uneaten or expired foods also rank high on the list. They rank as the 2nd thing Americans spend the most money on and Gen. X and Millennials and 3rd for Baby Boomers.- #3 .. Millennials waste more money on alcohol than Baby Boomers. 27% of Millennials waste money on alcohol while only 13% of Baby Boomers waste money on drinking. - #4...

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Why the Little Red Wagon is still going strong

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Why the Little Red Wagon is still going strong

Why the Little Red Wagon is still going strong The little red wagon is 100 years old and its company Radio Flyer is one of the last independent family owned toy makers in the US.So my grandfather started the company 100 years ago. He mad a little wooden wagon to haul tools around in the shop and he called the first wagon the "Liberty Coaster" because the first thing he saw when he cam to America was the Statue of Liberty. Renamed Radio Flywer in 1987. Today, its revenue exceeds $100 million and its classic red wagon is as relevant...

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Why Valedictorians Don't Become Successful

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Why Valedictorians Don't Become Successful

Why Valedictorians Don't Become Successful The key to success isn't being #1 in your graduating class. The average college GPA of over 700 American millionaires is 2.9You really don't need high grades to become successful according to authors Eric Barker and Karen Arnold. Valedictorians don't become billionaires or people who change the world. Here's why: - Valedictorians .. typically settle into the system instead of shaking it up.- School Rewards students for doing what they're told. - Good students excel at following the rules and don't always follow their passions. - School has clear rules but life can be messy...

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3 habits that are important for making great business deals

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3 habits that are important for making great business deals

3 habits that are important for making great business deals Berkshire Hathaway's Charlie Munger has amassed quite a lot of advice over the years. A similarity he also shares with fellow business partner, Warren Buffett. Here are three tendencies that Munger tries to avoid while making business and career decisions. 1. BIAS FROM ENVY AND JEALOUSY ... as Munger has heard Buffett say on multiple occasions, "It's not greed that drives the world, but envy."2. ACCEPTING DELUSIONAL BELIEFS ... while everyone does it to some extent, Munger says "It's a common psychological misjudgment that causes terrible problems."3. MAKING CLOSED MINDED...

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Things to give up if you want to become millionaire

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Things to give up if you want to become millionaire

Things to give up if you want to become millionaire Becoming a millionaire is not easy. It means making a lot of sacrifices. Here are things you should expect to give up if you want to be rich according to Steve Siebold author of "How Rich people think".- They give up steady paycheck. Most people get paid a steady salary. Rich people get paid based on results and are often self employed. - They give up focusing on savings. Energy spent focusing on savings can lead to missed opportunities. Millionaires spend mental energy on making more money. - They give...

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