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MLM Industry For Retirement? How the MLM Is Booming in 2016

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by Ken Lund MLM Industry For Retirement? How the MLM Is Booming in 2016 Multi-level marketing, otherwise known as MLM, one-on-one marketing or even in simple terms network marketing, has become the famous form of selling home based business available today. Huge network marketing companies including Amway, Avon, Herbalife, Mary Kay, Tupperware or Kirby escalated over the last decades, offering high-quality products at discount prices.Forbes, a world re-known leading Internet media company, with millions of readers has dug into the MLM industry and the idea of a home business blueprint from an entirely new point of view. This trusted platform is accessed daily by hundreds of…. Click Here to Read More


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A New Explanation Of Causes of the Industrial Revolution

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by Internet Archive Book Images A New Explanation Of Causes of the Industrial Revolution There has been much discussion and disagreement amongst economists and historians about the causes of the Industrial Revolution(IR). What follows is a new explanation based on an extensive examination of social, scientific and political events from ancient history through to particularly the 100 years preceding the Industrial Revolution.Introduction:The Industrial Revolution (IR) marked what was probably the most significant and profound change in human behavior in the history of mankind. To date historians and economists have provided a long list of possible reasons as to why this profound…. Click Here to Read More


Why Communism and Religion Operate With The Same Psychology

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by TEDxSoMa Why Communism and Religion Operate With The Same Psychology Over years of observing them what struck me the most was how similar in principle are the two extremes of communism and religion. While the first is a modern form of nation dominance the second is probably the oldest. As people wake up to the facts about nature, the world, and the universe religion has lost its place as the great source of mystery while communism has filled the gap to enable powerful men to continue in power.While Karl Marx is credited with the philosophy in the mid 19th century the main objective of state control leading to a collective ownership of wealth, property, and economic enterprise….. Click Here to Read More


Industrialization and Economic Development

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by See-ming Lee (SML) Industrialization and Economic Development Industrialization is the process of manufacturing consumer goods and capital goods and of creating social overhead capital in order to provide goods and services to both individuals and businesses. As such industrialization plays a major role in the economic development of LDCs (Less Developed Country).Industrialization is a pre-requisite for economic development as the history of advanced countries shows. For development, the share of the industrial sector should rise and that of the agricultural sector decline. This is only possible through a policy of deliberate industrialization. As a result, the benefits of…. Click Here to Read More


The Financial Dangers of Psychological Trading and How It Can Dramatically Impact Your Profit Vault!

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by FreAK Over Collection The Financial Dangers of Psychological Trading and How It Can Dramatically Impact Your Profit Vault! Unless you have been living in a cave for the last two months you could have failed to notice the credit crunch and subsequent financial nightmare that erupted in America and the resulting disaster and fallout that spread across the mortgage lending industry over here in the UK.Panic set in and savers for the first time in centuries staged a bank run ! As we saw queues of worried savers standing outside the Northern Rock in the Autumnal air, demanding the return of their hard-earned savings.What happened to the share price of Northern Rock itself? Well…. Click Here to Read More


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I am Creating an App for iPhone Which Psychologically Profiles You By Your Own App Choices

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by uniondocs I am Creating an App for iPhone Which Psychologically Profiles You By Your Own App Choices By now you probably realize that everyone is going crazy over all the new iPhone Apps. In fact, even business executives have iPhones loaded with Apps; business news, stocks, industry information, mapping, communication, and other data. There a 10s of thousands of apps just for business people, salespeople, delivery folks, and small business owners. For the rest of the population, there are apps for nearly everything in the world.Did you know that in January 2010 there were some 140,000 iPhone apps and in January of 2011 there were well over 300,000? That’s insane and app-arently…. Click Here to Read More


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Tips for Improving Your Trading Psychology, Part I

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by Internet Archive Book Images Tips for Improving Your Trading Psychology, Part I If you ask any successful trader what is the most important factor to a long and prosperous career in the markets, invariably the answer is discipline. You simply must have the proper mentality or you will be like the 95% of traders who lose over time.Those who wash out do so for many different reasons on the surface:Insufficient starting capital Trying to get rich quickly Holding onto losses too long Trading too frequently Burning outBut, scratching beyond the surface, all of these are just symptoms of a trader having the wrong psychology. That leads to emotional trading, which over…. Click Here to Read More


The Right And Wrong Of Freudian Psychological Thought

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by uniondocs The Right And Wrong Of Freudian Psychological Thought Sigmund Freud was right about a lot of things in normal human psychology, he was mostly wrong. But the thing is, we focus too much on what he was wrong about, and not so much what he was right about. When I hear about the crime pathology on news shows like “Dateline” or Forty-Eight Hours” about normal people doing crazy things, I see what Freud was right about. But to go a bit into what he was wrong about for the most part: He was wrong about heroism and abnormal human goodness that seems so rare in society. After all, he worked purely on the premise of the saying of Plato that “normal human nature cannot be trusted…. Click Here to Read More


The Omen: Intense Psychological Horror With Depth

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by See-ming Lee 李思明 SML The Omen: Intense Psychological Horror With Depth The Omen, released in 1976 managed to create an indelible impact on the horror genre. Starring movie veterans Gregory Peck and Lee Remick, with Harvey Spencer Stevens as Damien, they are the unsuspecting couple who find their idyllic lives turned upside down by a decision that was to prove fatal.The film opens with Peck, an American Diplomat, arriving at a hospital in Rome to be met with the devastating news that his wife had lost their baby during childbirth, who is then persuaded by a priest to adopt a child that turns out to be the Antichrist.There begins a tale of his meteoric rise to power with the…. Click Here to Read More


The Psychology of Spending – Art in the Post Reagan ‘Trickle Down Economics’ Era

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by Internet Archive Book Images The Psychology of Spending – Art in the Post Reagan ‘Trickle Down Economics’ Era I know what some of you may be thinking. What does economics have to do with Art? What does our spending habits have to do with Art? What is the psychology of spending?First, let me address the issue of Reaganomics and its effect on contemporary culture. ‘Trickle down economics’ is a concept introduced by the Reagan administration in 1984, to boost the economy by increasing corporate welfare and decreasing taxes for the rich; which was intended to increase productivity and employment by encouraging entrepreneurism. Increased spending was the driving force to boost the…. Click Here to Read More


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Abandoning a Goal Can Be Psychologically Healthy – They Say?

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by See-ming Lee 李思明 SML Abandoning a Goal Can Be Psychologically Healthy – They Say? Some psychologists are telling parents, kids and educators that abandoning a goal, rather than working it to fruition can be psychologically healthy. Apparently, less stress of fear of failure or even eventual failure is quite hard on the psyche. Indeed, this may be true and yet those who give up on goals are likely to do it over and over again, thus end up a failure in life. Is being a failure in life, less stress than being beaten down, getting up, dusting yourself off and eventually achieving your goals and dreams? It seems to be a common theme these days that it’s okay not to win, to just…. Click Here to Read More


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Psychologically Unemployable

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by Ken Lund Psychologically Unemployable How many times have you heard a guru or industry leader in network marketing, internet marketing or MLM say that they were “psychologically unemployable?”I used to laugh when I’d here that. I could relate to what they were saying, but I didn’t really believe it was true, at least, not from a clinical standpoint. I just thought it was maybe that they had the mindset of an entrepreneur rather than an employee. Or, maybe they were just lazy. I’m sure that most people would much rather be in business for themselves than work for somebody else. Those who pursue the dream of owning their own business and being there own boss have a certain amount…. Click Here to Read More


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