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Master your inner critic by Christopher Salem

many years, Chris has seen people aspiring to make changes and grow but struggled at different phases of their career and life. He is just like you, a regular person that has faced similar struggles. Chris shares from experience what has worked successfully through hard work and dedication to help in your challenges. We all reach crossroads in our lives. Is it your time to make life changing decisions to become the person you always aspired too but felt was never within your reach or were not deserving?

Feeling and looking better than you ever have in your life - More money while having fun pursuing your passion - Better personal relationships
More freedom
The solution always evolves out of the problem or challenge. The issue is that many people operate their lives and business in the effect of the "root cause" of their problems. They manage the effect but do not address the "root cause." This book shows people how to address their "root cause" then release it over time creating new and healthier habits that lead to prosperity in all areas. There are 7 steps to Mastering Your Inner Critic and are as follows:
Step 1 - Resolve the Root Cause Step 2 - Embrace Change Step 3 - Stepping into your Fear Step 4 - Know your Why to Success Step 5 - Setting Goals to Live Life on your Terms Step 6 - Invest in You Step 7 - Being Accountable

Healthcare crises discussing and the solution.

Elizabeth Warren's Medicare for all plan plain crazy

Appearing on "America's Newsroom" with host Bill Hemmer, the former Maryland congressman said that "throwing out the entire U.S. health care system" is a crazy idea.


"Literally, Medicare-for-All is about throwing out 90 percent of the health care system to kind of fix 10 percent," said Delaney.
"I mean we have tens of millions of people in this country without health care or who are under-insured. What I propose is simply solve that problem by creating a federal health care plan that covers them," he told Hemmer.

"Literally, Medicare-for-All is about throwing out 90 percent of the health care system to kind of fix 10 percent," said Delaney.
"I mean we have tens of millions of people in this country without health care or who are under-insured. What I propose is simply solve that problem by creating a federal health care plan that covers them," he told Hemmer.

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Delaney added that he believes wealthy Americans need to pay more, but "that doesn't mean you need a wealth tax."
Warren and Sanders' costly proposals have drawn criticism from both sides of the aisle. The most recent jabs came from former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who said she just didn't understand how it could work.

"And, I don't see other examples anywhere else in the world where it has actually worked over a long period of time," she said at the New York Times Deal book Conference this week.

Delaney said that Medicare is "one of the most successful programs in this country," and that Americans are realizing Warren and Sanders are misrepresenting their health care plans.

"They're proposing to create a national health care system where no one has choices. So, they're not even being honest in the title of their bill because Medicare-for-all doesn't even resemble Medicare," he concluded.

Warren unveiled a $52 trillion plan last week after facing weeks of criticism for failing to explain how "Medicare-for-All" can be funded without tax hikes on the middle class.

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Discusses a crisis in the Christian movements

A monumental Crisis in Christianity

The Prosperity Gospel: the belief that God's primary concern is for believers to be healthy and wealthy. If Christians are sick, suffering or poor, it is because of sin or a lack of faith.

The New Age Movement: a belief system of Eastern influence that emphasizes universal tolerance and doing what feels good (moral relativism). It contends that man is divine and can create his own reality and identity.

Legalism: the improper use of the law described in Scripture to try to attain or maintain salvation. Legalism also fosters judgment of fellow Christians for not adhering to one's own ideas of holiness rather than encouraging them to imitate Christ, obeying God's standards as explicitly outlined in Scripture.

Hyper-grace: the overreaction to legalism, resulting in abuse of God's grace. Believers find themselves drawn to the modern hyper-grace movement because they are looking for freedom not just from legalism, but also from God's standards.
The Emerging Church: a movement that claims to be Christian but employs culturally sensitive methods to make the gospel more palatable to a postmodern culture. Jesus' life is treated more as an allegory or narrative rather than a true event. Of particular concern is the inclusive approach to various belief systems, an emphasis on emotions over absolute truth and the notion that there is no hell, judgment or need for forgiveness. The Emerging Church movement also glorifies honesty and confession, but without repentance.

So we can say:

To the universalists: No one will be saved apart from Jesus Christ. Only those who choose to repent and call on the name of Jesus will have eternal life (see Acts 4:12, Matt. 25:46, Heb. 9:27, John 14:6).

To heralds of the prosperity gospel: Jesus promised us that we will suffer, but that He is with us and has overcome the world (see John 16:33, Rom. 5:3-5, 2 Tim. 3:12, Luke 14:27).
To the new agers: There is only one sovereign God, Creator of all things (see Is. 55:8-9, Job 12:10, Heb. 2:5-10).

To legalistic: If righteousness were attainable through the law, Christ would not have had to die (see Matt. 7:22-23; Gal.2:21; Rom. 3:10-12, 28; James 2:10). We are justified by faith in Jesus Christ's singular work on the cross, and even this faith is a gift from God not achieved by our own efforts (see Rom. 4:5, Eph. 2:8). And we are not to judge our brothers and sisters in Christ on debatable issues (see Rom. 14:1-12).

To proponents of hyper-grace: God's grace has freed us from the bondage of sin, but we should not receive His sacrifice in vain (see Rom. 6:23, Heb. 10:26-29). We must repent and seek to live under the lordship of Christ, seeking holiness through the power of the Holy Spirit (see 1 Pet. 1:13-16, 2:11-12, 16; Rom. 5:20-6:18).
To the emerging church: If we dilute the gospel, then we no longer have Good News to share (see Gal. 1:8-9, 1 Cor. 15:1-4, Ex. 20:3-6, John 8:24). Only Christ can break the chains of sin, set the captives free and conform us to His image (see 1 John 5:3-5, Phil. 3:7-9, Gal. 5:16).

Doing the network marketing business the right way without bothering friends and family

Discussing network marketing and how to do it the right way without pestering friends and family

Network marketing concept has been around for years. The sad part about it is that over the years become stigmatized in a very negative light. This is directly the fault of bad leadership within Top Network marketing companies. On the contrary, It has created a great divide between pro and con. One camp says that all MLM companies are scams and may come up with some rhetoric in a attempt to prove their case usually pointing out to an article how most lose money at it. The other camp will openly speak out in defense of network marketing, and in some cases rationalize the art of self denial of why theirs is not a scam. Even when it has been getting poor ratings The end result is becoming an apologist for unethical marketing tactics that some companies utilize to sell themselves. It only has further deepened the great divide against pro verses con to cause most non participants to bastardize MLM all together. Who are you going to believe? Them or the legitimate Network Marketers?

Just take a look at all the negative publicity that any company generates from complaints to mismanagement to false promises to misleading claims. Many network marketers have made the blunder of assumptions of longevity are being mistaken because established companies have a small number of marketers that are presenting it dishonesty when it comes to direct sales. Bottom line, a network marketer should never Make assumptions under any circumstances.

Carnival barker P.T. Barnum and once said "There's a sucker born every minute." Those who buy into this hype don't think things critically through. You will encounter these types in your MLM journey at variable times. With the dumbing down in America, there seem to be a lot more individuals who can't think for themselves to choose between right and wrong. They subscribe to the group think type of terminology. It doesn't matter what company it is as long everything feels good.The basic problem in this kind of marketing are the people being attracted to it.

You will encounter people that are consumed with greed that just seem to spread unrealistic propaganda. They latch on to businesses that have unethical Compensation plans.

With the plethora of MLM companies, many of them such as that sell nutritional products . So many are in such a wrong state of mind that most people just go after chasing rabbits. Do they focus their energy on being an individual contributor, or on connecting and enabling a wider group? Do they care more about their own success or about the greater good of the whole? How much do they look to the past for trends, and how aware are they of the underlying influences impacting their business today?

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The Procrastination Equation: How to Stop Putting Things Off and Start Getting Stuff Done
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Discussing ways to get rid of stress plus ways out of poverty.
Solutions for money related stress issues that provide sound answers.

The real midlife crisis confronting many Americans

A Portrait of Poverty in America: Job Insecurity and Payday Lending.

Improvise, adapt, overcome, then Move foreword. Strategies to take you and your business to the next level to positive cash flow

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