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William Cottringer, Ph.D. is President of Puget Sound Security in Bellevue, WA, along with being a Sport Psychologist, Reality Repair Coach, Photographer and Writer living in the mountains of North Bend. He is author of several business and self-development books, including, Re-braining for 2000 (MJR Publishing), Passwords to The Prosperity Zone (Authorlink Press), You Can Have Your Cheese & Eat It Too (Executive Excellence), The Bow-Wow Secrets (Wisdom Tree), Do What Matters Most and P Point Management (Atlantic Book Publishers) and Reality Repair Rx (Publish America). This article is part of his new book Reality Repair coming soon. Bill can be reached for comments or questions at (425) 454-5011 or [email protected] a young college student studying economics in the 1960s I was exposed to the writings and philosophy of Leonard Read while researching a paper on Adam Smiths enlightened principle of the Invisible Hand. Mr. Read had founded the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) in 1948. As I conducted my sophomore research I noted that the thoughts and articles of Leonard Read were inevitably intertwined with the ideas of the capitalist pioneer Mr. Smith.
Prosperous people let themselves get absorbed in what creates wealth. They become so absorbed in their passions and their work that magic happens in their mind, and they often produce greater results than anyone ever expected.
11. You must take your cues from your neighbors, the advertisements, and the magazines about how to decorate, what to serve for get-togethers, and what gifts to buy. Your own judgement is insufficient.
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