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#101 Anmol Singh: Invest in Yourself

February 19, 2019 by Charlie Hedges − 0 Comments


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Today we have a most special guest, Anmol Singh, who comes to us with multi-varied successes as well as a new book: Prepping Yourself for Success: 10 Keys for Making it in Life. For that reason today I would like to talk about Investing in Yourself, a subject which I know Anmol highly endorses.

Just a bit about Anmol. Anmol Singh lives in Long Island. He has coached and trained more than a thousand Traders and Investors in the complicated and stressful business of trading in the market. He is Founder and CEO of Live Traders.com which has been voted the #1 Trading Education Firm for 3 consecutive years.

Anmol wears several hats as he runs multiple companies, but his passion seems to be about helping others to be successful in business and in life.

That’s what we will chat about today:

Find out more about Anmol at https://livetraders.com

You can purchase Prepping Yourself for Success at Amazon

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The Fallacy of Beginnings and Endings

February 16, 2019 by Charlie Hedges − 0 Comments

Life is pleasant. Death is peaceful. It’s the transition that’s troublesomeIsaac Asimov

It occurred to me when I was reading a book. The author was writing about “beginnings and endings.” That was when I stopped reading and began pondering the very idea of beginnings and endings, as well as starts and finishes. We are taught to “complete everything you start.” And then to move on to your next project or opportunity to begin a new thing that will have its own ending. But life doesn’t work that way, does it?
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#100 Jennifer Noel Taylor: Make a Living Doing What You Love

Jennifer Noel Taylor: Make a Living Doing What You Love
February 12, 2019 by Charlie Hedges − 0 Comments


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YIPPIE! This is our 100th show on The Next Chapter with Charlie. And it certainly makes the Top Ten list. My guest is flat amazing!

Today’s guest is ideal for our theme of moving on to the next chapter of life. Jennifer Noel Taylor is the author of an upcoming book, Spiritual and Broke: How to Stop Struggling with Money and Live Your Purpose. Jennifer is the CEO of Quantum-Touch, Inc., where she learned that when you follow your heart, doors open almost automatically.

I resonate with Jennifer’s thoughtful quote, “Imagine… if more people did what they love, how much more joyful the world would be.” Her first book was titled, Love Incorporated: The Business of Doing What You Love. Her books Spiritual and Broke, as well as Love Incorporated offer most relevant insight into Your Next Chapter in life. I’m excited to engage in conversation with Jennifer.

So… let’s bring on Jennifer Noel Taylor and begin our discussion of how to make a living and do what you love.

 

Find out more about Jennifer at https://jennifernoeltaylor.com

You can purchase Love Incorporated: The Business of Doing What You Love at Amazon

 

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Taming Your Evil Twin

February 9, 2019 by Charlie Hedges − 0 Comments

Few things in life are more powerful than an unacknowledged adversary.

Like it or not, every day you battle against an adversary with shifting faces—an adversary who holds sufficient power to drive you to behave in most offensive ways. Until you can name this adversary, he will defeat you, every single time!

Although he is virtually omnipresent, your adversary is not easy to name because he is not easy to see, that’s because your adversary… is you.
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#99 Charlie: Managing the 2nd Half of Life

February 6, 2019 by Charlie Hedges − 0 Comments


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As you know, I have been highly impacted by a book from Richard Rohr titled Falling Upward. In this book Rohr emphasizes the distinctive transition from 1st to 2nd Half of Life. In short, the first half is generally triggered primarily by an ego-driven focus of building up your needs for self-esteem and self-importance, which are often referred to ego-driven needs. Rohr points out that this is a most important and necessary part of life because it establishes the confidence and credentials to proceed to vastly meaningful life.

The 2nd half is a transition that most often occurs in in the latter third of life, generally becoming apparent more in the 60’s and early 70’s. We used to call it growing old gracefully but I think it entails so much more. In the 2nd half we can find that we are much less obsessed with building up the ego. We somehow discover contentment with ourselves and find the desire to focus more on soul enriching activities such as service and a willingness to build relationships with people of like-mindedness.

Today Producer Paul and I will banter about the precepts involved in primarily the 2nd half of life as we also explore the more common ego-driven approach of the 1st half.

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