Robert Kiyosaki – The Business Of The 21st Century Network Marketing
The Business Of The 21st Century – Network Marketing – MLM.
For the past ten years, Robert Kiyosaki has devoted his life to finding the most effective and practical ways to help people transform their lives in the 21st century by learning how to build genuine wealth, Through Network Marketing / MLM.
Robert has come across one business model that he believes holds the greatest promise for the largest number of people to get control of their financial lives, their futures, and their destinies.
If you’re worried about losing your job through down-sizing, or just want to take charge of your future by taking control of your income source, you need The Business of the 21st Century!
The Ultimate Life Movie Promo
This is a Behind the Scenes of the shooting of The Ultimate Life. It has been shot, and is now in Post-Production
Checkout the website Http://theultimatelifemovie.com
Selling a Business | Minimising Tax Risks
Selling a Business. Chris Chapple, Tax Advisor at BDO, discusses how you can minimise tax risks when selling a business.
9 Concussions and the 7 Steps of Creativity – Raphael DiLuzio
Raphael Diluzio is a serial creative artist, entrepreneur and professor. He is currently developing two start-ups, creating a new program in Design Science at USM, while still maintaining his studio practice. His art is centered in visual image making, primarily in the relation between traditional studio art and digital time-based media. His interest lies in reconnecting a historical praxis in painting with technology. The result is live digital performances, time-based projected paintings, installation, and visualization. Raphael actively writes and publishes his theories on, Creative Intelligence, Design Science, working in a time-based medium as well as critically examining how these emerging media affect our culture. His newest work will be on display at the exhibition, “Light, Motion, Sound,” opening at the Ogunquit Museum on May 5th, 2012. He currently resides in Maine.
I Don’t Believe in Genius – Fritz Grobe
Fritz Grobe went from studying math at Yale to winning 5 gold medals at the International Jugglers Championships and touring with a Cirque du Soleil spinoff. He and Stephen Voltz are the cofounders of EepyBird, creators of the Coke & Mentos viral video phenomenon. They’ve been on Letterman, the Today Show, Mythbusters, and more. From their first online video that Advertising Age called the most important commercial content of the year, to their viral campaigns for OfficeMax, ABC Family, and more, EepyBird’s videos have been seen over 150 million times.
Dan Ariely: What makes us feel good about our work?
What motivates us to work? Contrary to conventional wisdom, it isn’t just money. But it’s not exactly joy either. It seems that most of us thrive by making constant progress and feeling a sense of purpose. Behavioral economist Dan Ariely presents two eye-opening experiments that reveal our unexpected and nuanced attitudes toward meaning in our work.
WHY YOU SHOULD LISTEN TO HIM?
Despite our best efforts, bad or inexplicable decisions are as inevitable as death and taxesand the grocery store running out of your favorite flavor of ice cream. They’re also just as predictable. Why, for instance, are we convinced that “sizing up” at our favorite burger joint is a good idea, even when we’re not that hungry? Why are our phone lists cluttered with numbers we never call? Dan Ariely, behavioral economist, has based his career on figuring out the answers to these questions, and in his bestselling book Predictably Irrational (re-released in expanded form in May 2009), he describes many unorthodox and often downright odd experiments used in the quest to answer this question.
Ariely has long been fascinated with how emotional states, moral codes and peer pressure affect our ability to make rational and often extremely important decisions in our daily lives — across a spectrum of our interests, from economic choices (how should I invest?) to personal (who should I marry?). At Duke, he’s aligned with three departments (business, economics and cognitive neuroscience); he’s also a visiting professor in MIT‘s Program in Media Arts and Sciences and a founding member of the Center for Advanced Hindsight. His hope that studying and understanding the decision-making process can help people lead better, more sensible daily lives.
He produces a weekly podcast, Arming the Donkeys, featuring chats with researchers in the social and natural sciences.
“If you want to know why you always buy a bigger television than you intended, or why you think it’s perfectly fine to spend a few dollars on a cup of coffee at Starbucks, or why people feel better after taking a 50-cent aspirin but continue to complain of a throbbing skull when they’re told the pill they took just cost one penny, Ariely has the answer.” Daniel Gross, Newsweek
Billionaire Larry Page Explains Leadership To Entreprenuers
Marlo Barge CFO of BMI Investment Capital Gives Inspirational Words for Lesson of The Day To Entrepreneurs on how to lead a successful business with an exclusive interview from Billionaire Larry Page.