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1923 年德国的问题与 1997 年亚洲金融风暴出现的情况类似，本币体系和本国经济存在严重的内在缺陷，外债高筑，外国货币投机者蜂拥而至，超大规模做空本币，货币体系濒于崩溃，本币剧烈贬值，通货膨胀卷走社会财富，摧毁了国家经济基础。
~The Economic Weapon Against Germany, Sir Alfred Zimmern, 1918
Millions of people around the world are extremely frustrated right now and looking for certainty in their lives.
Perhaps you lost your job ... Your business suffered ...Your nest eggs disappeared ... The economy scares you ... or, you're wondering what 2010 holds for you?
What can you do right now to regain the focus, peace of mind and inner-strength you need to be able to have the time of your life this festive season?
Soon you will meet your family and friends and many of them may be looking for some kind of certainty in their life.
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Taking time to discuss what you want in life and setting goals is a bit like doing construction work on your life, and the effort is always worth it.
Give thanks for this gift called life.
Goals are measureable. The more specific, the more real, and the more real, the more you have a chance of success.
You must give to receive. If you want something, you need to first give something away - or give something up.
Making more money will not solve your problems if cash flow management is your problem.
The Winner is always part of the answer; (贏家是答案的一部分)
The Loser is always part of the problem. (輸家是問題的一部分)
The Winner always has a program; (贏家總有計畫)
The Loser always has an excuse. (輸家總有藉口)
The Winner says,"Let me do it for you; (贏家說：我來幫你做)
The Loser says;" That is not my job." (輸家說：這不關我的事)
The Winner sees an answer for every problem; (贏家看到每個問題的答案)
The Loser sees a problem for every answer. (輸家看到每個答案的問題)
The Winner says," It may be difficult but it is possible"; (贏家說：這雖難,但還是有可能)
The Loser says,"It may be possible but it is too difficult." (輸家說：這雖有可能,但…還是很難!)
When a Winner makes a mistake,he says," I was wrong"; (贏家犯錯時會說：我錯了)
When a Loser makes a mistake, he says," It wasn't my fault." (輸家犯錯時會說：不是我的錯)
A Winner makes commitments; (贏家用行動承擔責任)
A Loser makes promises. (輸家只會口頭承諾)
Winners have dreams; (贏家有夢想)
Loser have schemes. (輸家有算計)
Winners say," I must do something"; (贏家說：我一定要做些事)
Losers say,"Something must be done." (輸家說：有些事情應該有人去做)
Winners are a part of the team; (贏家是團隊中的一份子)
Losers are apart from the team. (輸家是團隊外的一部份)
Winners see the gain; (贏家重視努力)
Losers see the pain. (輸家只看痛苦)
Winners see possibilities; (贏家看到可能)
Losers see problems. (輸家看到問題)
Winners believe in win/win; Losers believe for them to win someone has to lose. (贏家相信雙贏,輸家希望自己不要吃虧)
Winners see the potential; (贏家看到未來)
Losers see the past. (輸家回憶過去)
Winners are like a thermostat; (贏家像溫度調節器)
Losers are like thermometers. (輸家像溫度計)
Winners choose what they say; (贏家選擇說什麼)
Losers say what they choose. (輸家說他們選擇的)
Winners use hard arguments but soft words; (贏家為困難爭論, 但言語柔和)
Losers use soft arguments but hard words. (輸家因困難軟弱, 但言語剛烈)
Winners stand firm on values but compromise on petty things; (贏家為價值剛強,但為虛浮表象可以妥協)
Losers stand firm on petty things but compromise on values. (輸家堅持在虛浮表象,卻對價值可以妥協)
Winners follow the philosophy of empathy: "Don't do to others what you would, not want them to do to you"; (贏家有同理心,己所不欲,勿施於人)
Losers follow the philosophy, "Do it to others before they do it to you." (輸家認為要在別人害你之前,先害他)
Winners make it happen; (贏家讓事情辦到)
Losers let it happen. (輸家等事情發生)
Today I have a quote from Albert Einstein that can set you thinking about your life and direction in 2010.
Before giving you the quote, let me share with you a story - my own story......
Like many entrepreneurs, I had a dream of running my own multi-million business. I was lucky to be able to partner with a savvy businessman, who runs a multi-million wholesaling business.
With his advice, I started importing and distributing goods to hypermarkets, departmental stores and retailers. After all, that was how he started and I was learning to follow his footpath.
Soon, I ran into all kinds of problems - bank loans, inventory overstocking, bad debts, faulty goods etc. This is the kind of problem my business partner is facing everyday in his own business. To him, it's part of the process of running the business, and part of the process of making money.
I love problem solving and I am pretty good at that. After all, problem solving was what we were trained in school. But I asked myself this question: "Do I want to live this kind of life forever?" My answer was no.
Gradually, I converted the company into an online company, providing online services. No more inventory, no more bank loans, no more bad debt and no more faulty goods. I gave up my dream of running a multi-million business.
Initially, I thought I was quite a coward, a loser, as I was unwilling to take up the challenge of problem solving, until I stumbled across a quote by Albert Einstein.
Here's the quote:
"Intellectuals solve problems, geniuses prevent them." - Albert Einstein
I'm definitely not a genius, but this quote certainly makes me feel good.
Most people may interpret this quote as "prevention is better than cure". But I see more to it.
What I'm seeing is if there is a way to avoid it, I don't even have to think of preventing it, not to mention solving it.
That's what I was doing in my business. Instead of solving those unavoidable problems in running a wholesaling business, I decided to change my business direction to online business, where such problems do not exist at all.
The end result is, without all these problems, I can better focus on growing my business and eventually earn more.
So my friend, are you a problem solver?
To your success,
Is the recession over? Are happy days really here again? Paraphrasing Dickens, my answer is,“For people who are prepared, 2010 will be the best of times. For many, 2010 will be the worst of times.”
In September 2008, the mortgage resets hit $35 billion that month. That was the exact time the financial crisis hit. When people could not afford to refinance and began to default, the stock market and banking industry crashed.
Since home values have gone down, many homeowners will find they owe more than their home(s) are worth. Will the bank be kind to them?
Obviously these are the best of times if you are a buyer of distressed properties and the worst of times if you are a seller.
The following recaps the year-end prices of gold and silver:
YEAR GOLD SILVER
2000 $ 273 $ 4.57
2001 $ 279 $ 4.57
2002 $ 348 $ 4.78
2003 $ 416 $ 5.92
2004 $ 438 $ 6.79
2005 $ 518 $ 8.80
2006 $ 638 $12.78
2007 $ 838 $14.77
2008 $ 882 $11.33
2009 $1100 (approx) $17.50 (approx)
In 2009, the Dow rose approximately 18%. Gold rose approximately 25%. Silver rose approximately 50%.
2010 through 2012 will be a real estate buffet for those with cash and access to credit.
The company is debt free with strong income.
People still need a roof over their heads.
With the Fed printing trillions of dollars, cash is trash and savers are losers. As soon as I have excess cash I invest in oil, real estate, gold, and silver.
In a zero-interest-rate environment, debtors are winners…but only if you have good debt…debt that’s paid by tenants.
A few years ago, Japan was ‘King of the Financial World.’ Japan’s economy was the world’s second largest economy -- till the bubble burst in 1990. Japan’s budget went into deficit in 1993. Since then, the deficit has averaged 5.4 percent of GDP per year. As a result, Japanese government debt is now 200 percentof GDP today. The U.S. is following Japan, and China will follow the U.S.
By cutting back on doodads, you'll increase the percentage of income you keep. It's important not to consider this a temporary step. If you truly want to stay out of debt and enjoy security, comfort, or riches, you ought to make purchasing assets instead of doodads a life-long practice. Once you've built up your assets that provide you income, then you'll have the extra money you need to buy as many doodads as you want.There are hundreds of ways to trim a budget. If you save $25 a week- and most people can easily trim that much - you'll have $1,300 a year to put towards your credit card balance. Save $40 a week and you'll have $2,080!
Imagine the positive changes that you and your family would experience if you had more choices about what to do with your time.
We all have to start somewhere to achieve what some say is that unattainable dream.
Today, with smart planning and the support of like minded people, you can do it!
To learn to take control – control of your health, your image and your finances.
Financial control comes through financial independence.
The importance of this definition is CONTROL.
I buy my assets, manage my assets and control the cash flow these assets create. Rather than letting money control me, I control the assets which create the money. You can learn this, too.
The other importance of this definition of independence is TIME.
Instead of working for a lifetime, and saving for a lifetime, my financial independence is NOW.
I do not have to have enough MONEY to last me the rest of my life. I need enough ASSETS to continuously CREATE money that will last the rest of my life.
In short, the formula is: buy and create assets that generate cash flow.
The cash flow from my assets pay for my living expenses.
A simple definition of an asset is something that puts money in your pocket.
It may be a business in which you invested that gives you cash flow every year.
It could be a stock that pays a dividend.
The key is that it is an investment from which you receive money on a regular basis – it provides positive cash flow.
What Is Cash Flow?
In business, it’s the check you receive each month from the profits of the business.
In real estate, it’s the remaining rent you collect from your tenant after you’ve paid all the expenses.
The path I followed that led me to become financially free is not rocket science. The formula is actually quite simple.
It will not happen overnight. But I guarantee you that when you start to see your cash flow coming in, the game becomes a lot of fun… and your efforts become well worth the journey.
Learn to take financial control through financial education.
Financial Literacy Advocate and author of the bestseller Rich Woman
Retire Young Retire Rich through a SOLID internet business!
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He explained that many people are like garbage trucks. They run around full of garbage, full of frustration, full of anger, and full of disappointment. As their garbage piles up, they need a place to dump it and sometimes they'll dump it on you.
Life is ten percent what you make it and ninety percent how you take it!
In 1980's, the bailouts were in the millions. By the 1990's, the bailouts were measured in billions. Today, bailouts measured in trillions.
How much will the next bailout cost taxpayers of the world? Quadrillions?
Each bailout creates more debt that must be paid by the taxpayers. Each bailout robs our children of their future. Is that saving the world to you?
If you call it smart to create new bad debt to replace old bad debt, then Bernanke saved the economy.
What he did was no different than a person who maxes out his credit cards, gets a home equity loan to pay off those credit cards, and then maxes out the same credit cards again.
How can both Bernanke and Greenspan say that they didn't see this crisis coming?
They know that crisis, terror, and eventual bailouts are the cornerstones of the Fed's business plan. They know there has been bailout after bailout.
They aren't here to save the world. They're here to print money by creating debt and to collect the interest that taxpayers pay on that money created out of thin air.
Do they really think the world is that gullible? Unfortunately, the answer is,"Yes."
I'm banking on the fact that at least you aren't.