Monthly Archives: April 2018

EP03: What does "Exquisite Self-Care" mean for YOU? Brief Episode Summary: I believe that self-care is a living, breathing practice that parallels your life’s journey. In this episode, I share with you an undeniable way to tell if you’re practicing...
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On this evening edition of Joshua T. Berglan's Morning Gratitude...... VK Lynne is a prolific BMI songwriter who has worked on a variety of musical projects in a variety of styles, published author of poetry and fiction, actor (represented by...
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If you think that becoming successful, making a lot of money, going on fancy international trips, and wearing expensive clothes, will make you happy, think again. Science suggests that the more you focus on these external elements, the less happy...
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As a bestselling author in personal finance and money thinking, Damian Lupo’s key to freedom from money bondage and living a fulfilled life is the unique approach of breaking rules and making more mistakes faster than the competition. You don’t...
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Starting out the day with a cigar is always good. The Alec Bradley Black Market Punk is medium-bodied, which is what we’ve come to expect from Alec Bradley. It’s got Panamanian filler with Nicaraguan falafel wrapper. It’s inexpensive at less...
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Nurses are the saints of medicine. Annie and Allie are registered nurses. They help heal people and love what they do every day. They met each other when they were both in the midst of taking the NCLEX. Both of...
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As a broke college kid looking for extra beer money, Nathan Hirsch, CEO of FreeeUp.com, an outsourcing platform, was running a million-dollar baby product business from a college dorm room. His business exploded and soon he found he needed some...
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Jacob Ablowitz, co-Founder and CTO of Data Markets, Inc., specializes in figuring out how to turn data into a product and then take that product to market and make his data another revenue stream. He shares that part of the...
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Decades following the Civil War, industries began to burgeon and all of that called for vast financing, much of which had come from abroad. That meant the House of Rothschild, and that was when Jacob Schiff came into his own....
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When meeting new people, are you one of those who can’t get past hi and hello? You may think it is because you’re shy and you lack self-confidence, but it really is because you're all about you. You're all about...
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