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Because Ideas Are The Currency of the 21st Century

 

HOW DO I TRANSFORM MY LIFE? The answer is simple. Come up with 10 ideas a day. Every day. It does not matter if they are good or bad, the point is to exercise your idea muscle, to make it sweat.

People say ideas are a dime a dozen but that is NOT true. Ideas are a dime for three, but if you try to come up with ten by opening this book to any

People also say execution is everything, that is ALSO NOT true. Execution is a subset of ideas.When you exercise your idea muscle every day you become an idea machine, you are unstoppable.

When a GREAT idea comes your way you are inspired, you feel moved, you HAVE to take the next step. Execution happens automatically.

Try the 180 prompts in this book, list your ten ideas every day and see your life transform, in magical ways, in front of your eyes.



Because One Little Word Can Bring Health Abundance and HappinessPower of No_new subtitle_rgb

 

“No” is sometimes the hardest word to say. It’s also the most necessary.

How many times have you heard yourself saying yes to the wrong things—overwhelming requests, bad relationships, time-consuming obligations? How often have you wished you could summon the power to turn them down?

Drawing on their own stories as well as feedback from their readers, James Altucher and Claudia Azula Altucher show that you have the right to say no:To anything that is hurting you. To standards that no longer serve you. To people who drain you of your creativity and expression. To beliefs that are not true to the real you.

It’s one thing to say no, the authors explain. It’s another thing to have the Power of No.



 

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When you do, you will have a stronger sense of what is good for you and the people around you, and you will have a deeper understanding of who you are. And, ultimately, you’ll be freed to say a truly powerful “Yes” in your life—one that opens the door to opportunities, abundance, and love.
The daily practice of Yoga has made me physically, emotionally, and mentally healthy.
And I am very grateful.
When I first started practicing I wished I had a handbook that answered basic questions, encouraged me on how to go about those first classes, guided me on whether to travel to India or not.
Recently someone who has been attracted to this style of yoga asked me if I could provide such a guide because, he said: “it all felt very intimidating from the perspective of a beginner”.
I completely related. That is how this book was born.
It is the book I wish I had read when I started the practice.