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This Simple Equation Reveals How Habits Shape Your Health, Happiness and Wealth

James Clear | Posted 03.31.2015 | Healthy Living
James Clear

We know more about our personal characteristics today than we did when Lewin was around. Perhaps most importantly, we know that your abilities are not fixed in stone. You can improve.

An Experienced Dater Wonders Why Men Are Still Expected To Pick Up Checks

Joe Seldner | Posted 03.28.2015 | Fifty
Joe Seldner

Despite the enormous and admirable strides women have made in recent decades, there seems to be one physical limitation many women still have: Reaching for their wallets on dates.

Making Wealth Worth More for Social Impact

Sal Giambanco | Posted 03.25.2015 | Impact
Sal Giambanco

Making a lasting positive change in people's lives often comes down to making small, practical changes in their day-to-day routine.

Rich or Famous?

Marcia Liss | Posted 03.25.2015 | Comedy
Marcia Liss

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The Gatsby Effect: How to Think Yourself Into Success

Alicia T. Glenn | Posted 03.24.2015 | Healthy Living
Alicia T. Glenn

The Great Gatsby should be seen as a testament of what someone can accomplish just by having the sheer will to attain it. Gatsby literally dreamed and affirmed himself into success. Everyone is capable of doing the same thing, but most are fearful or lack vision.

How to Make Meaningful Choices You Won't Regret

Lisa M.P. Munoz | Posted 03.22.2015 | Science
Lisa M.P. Munoz

Even though all the research tells us that money in and of itself won't bring us meaning, we still are, understandably, lured to wealth. We need to inject more of our passions into everyday life -- to create the sparks that give us more meaning. Only then can we truly author our own lives.

Why Venture Capital Gives Humans a Biological Edge

Richard Koch | Posted 03.22.2015 | Business
Richard Koch

Investing for the future -- for commercial and social gain -- is the biggest biological advantage that the human race has ever stumbled across. It is not much practiced yet. But it is growing exponentially. It will change the face of the earth, and perhaps much more besides.

What Really Matters in Life?

Marshall Goldsmith | Posted 03.15.2015 | Business
Marshall Goldsmith

Most people don't want to "do nothing' all day. We have hopes and dreams, goals and ambitions. We want to contribute to the world, make it a better place, not "retire" from it to a life of "leisure."

How to Build a Thriving Business: 6 Things Entrepreneurs Do (That Most Other People Don't)

Leisa Peterson | Posted 03.11.2015 | Business
Leisa Peterson

It can be difficult to take the first step toward launching your own business. Even so, once people get a taste for working for themselves, many find it hard to turn back.

Redefining Success in 2015: How Much Is Enough?

Craig Dowden | Posted 03.09.2015 | Business
Craig Dowden

Pick an element of what it means to be successful and W. Brett Wilson has likely achieved it. He is one of Canada's most financially successful and well-known businessmen, he is an Order of Canada recipient, a best-selling author, and former television star of Dragon's Den, the Canadian hit series precursor to ABC's Shark Tank.

Why a Greek Exit Should Be Feared

Gemma Godfrey | Posted 03.08.2015 | Business
Gemma Godfrey

A Greek exit from the Eurozone could be catastrophic. The country would be shunned from international markets, with a new/old currency that would devalue severely. Nevertheless, the bigger risk for investors is that the turmoil spreads to larger neighboring countries.

5 Killer Wealth-Building Tips from my Mega-Millionaire Mentor

Orion Talmay | Posted 03.02.2015 | Money
Orion Talmay

Being financially independent and successful does not mean that you have to sacrifice having a family, traveling or other goals. The key is to make sure that you shift your values accordingly to what you want to accomplish during certain periods in your life.

Police and Protesters as Potential Allies

Warren J. Blumenfeld | Posted 03.01.2015 | Politics
Warren J. Blumenfeld

The concept of meritocracy provides justification and cover to the nation in refusing to acknowledge and in denying the actual causes for the tremendous chasms in the wealth distribution and in educational achievement, and for the overall systemic inequities based on social identities.

Wealth Inequality: Trickle-Down or a Sinking Ship?

Misha Pinkhasov | Posted 02.22.2015 | Money
Misha Pinkhasov

Three makes a pattern so, with inequality at the top of the news - be it about champagne wars at the House of Lords or the inherent privilege of white males on the streets of America - it is time to have a conversation about the difference between privilege and patronage.

How to Close the Racial Wealth Gap

Sean McElwee | Posted 02.21.2015 | Politics
Sean McElwee

Any presidential candidate should make the baby bond a central plank of their 2016 if they want to seriously address the problem of wealth inequality. Without such a proposal, wealth, and therefore political power will become increasingly concentrated in the hands of a small elite.

Joseph Stiglitz on Why the Rich Are Getting Richer -- and Why It Could Get Much Worse

Lynn Parramore | Posted 02.18.2015 | Politics
Lynn Parramore

In this interview, he explores the work of Thomas Piketty and the need for the field of economics -- and the country -- to come to terms with the growing gulf between haves and have-nots.

What Really Matters Today (And Every Day)

David Katz, M.D. | Posted 02.18.2015 | Healthy Living
David Katz, M.D.

What really matters most to me today is not my mission, but my family. Because that's probably true for all of us every day, the mission matters all the more. The mission is to add years to life, and life to years. When the lives and years belong to someone we love, it's the most important thing in the world.

9 Successful People Explain What That Actually Means

Jeff Steinmann | Posted 02.14.2015 | Healthy Living
Jeff Steinmann

Everyone wants to be successful, but too often we forget to think about what that actually means. So we turn to money as the definition of success, but what happens after you achieve financial success? These nine millionaires tell us what success means to them.

Echoing in the Streets: A Growing Racial Wealth Divide

Chuck Collins | Posted 02.14.2015 | Black Voices
Chuck Collins

The marches in the streets may have been provoked by police conduct in Ferguson and Staten Island. But there is a deeper dream that has been deferred.

This One Thing Will Create More Abundance in Your Life Immediately

Mercedes Maidana | Posted 02.13.2015 | Healthy Living
Mercedes Maidana

Most people think of the word abundance in terms of wealth. However, abundance is much broader than just the financial aspect, it is all that is fro...

The Case for a Financial Transaction Tax

Sean McElwee | Posted 02.11.2015 | Politics
Sean McElwee

Wall Street is one of the most reviled institutions in the United States, with a recent study finding the lowest trust in finance recorded over 40 years.

What's Your Wealth Equation?

Liz Kaydanovsky | Posted 02.08.2015 | Healthy Living
Liz Kaydanovsky

We can always make room for our true priorities. That might mean compromising or giving up on other things, and that is just part of life.

Six Counterintuitive Ways to Make Your Business Thrive

Garrett B. Gunderson | Posted 02.08.2015 | Business
Garrett B. Gunderson

Many businesses are trying to survive by downsizing, cutting back and diversifying. It's not working. They continue to flounder because it's impossible to shrink yourself to wealth.

What 75 Successful Entrepreneurs Have to Say About Wealth

John Murphy | Posted 02.04.2015 | Business
John Murphy

What makes Make Money, Live Wealthy a great read is that Austin has compiled this book based on his interviews with 75 successful entrepreneurs. I am honored that Austin included me in this most august group!

Revisiting the Land of Opportunity

Wray Herbert | Posted 02.03.2015 | Science
Wray Herbert

Fewer and fewer Americans, including many middle-class Americans, believe that they can even preserve their existing standard of living -- or that their children will do any better. But how accurate are these perceptions?