Posts Tagged ‘study’

“When you label a past event ‘failure’ it prevents you from moving beyond the past….  ‘Failure’ is not a detail you can learn from.  Again, it’s a label that describes nothing except a feeling inside of you.  Details are what you can study and learn from….  The key to success is to solve hard problems….  Failure is not a hard problem.  It’s a label.  Failure is in the past.  Hard problems can be solved right now.” -James Altucher

“Have you quit on yourself?  It’s that time of year when most folks give up on their New Year’s resolutions.  According to a survey from the University of Scranton, after one month, 46% of people have already quit working on their resolutions. 

And among the top resolutions is to start exercising.  I want you to walk.  Walking is easy, free, and just about anyone can do it.  Even better… walking helps you live longer.  A brand-new study from the U.K. showed that substituting 30 minutes of light activity, such as walking, for 30 minutes of screen time, cut risk of early mortality.

If you feel like you’re in a slump or have a problem with the blues, get out and get walking.” -Dr. David Eifrig

“Most people assume that if you know about investing, you must also know about economics, which is a related discipline.  But that’s completely untrue.  It’s analogous to thinking that someone who knows how to drive a car also knows how one works.  Economics is the study of how men go about producing and consuming; investing is the practice of allocating capital for maximum returns.” -Doug Casey

“The study of money, above all other fields in economics, is one in which complexity is used to disguise or to evade truth, not to reveal it.” -John Kenneth Galbraith