These are the 9 best books recommended by millionaires

Do you want to be a millionaire? Start reading as one.

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Do you want to be a millionaire? Start thinking as one. And if you’re not sure how to do it, a logical first step is to start reading like one.

MillionaireMatch , a dating site for high net worth individuals, conducted a survey over the end of the year holidays to determine the books most recommended by millionaires. About 500 users were surveyed, and according to a site representative, their millionaire status was “verified” by financial documents submitted. The most popular vtext for millionaires⁠, topping a list with approximately 243 recommendations, was Eckhart Tolle’s Practicing the Power of Now ,

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Jaime Harrison, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms Tapped For DNC

President-elect Joe Biden is planning to name former South Carolina Senatorial candidate Jaime Harrison and Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms to the Democratic National Committee (DNC)

Late last year, Harrison said he would consider taking the position if it was offered to him. Additionally, House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-S.C.) has been pushing Harrison to take the role.

“If that’s something that they are interested in me doing,” Harrison told the Washington Post in November. “I’ll definitely take a good look.”

Harrison, a former teacher, ran for Republican Senator Lindsey Graham’s post and amid the Black Lives Matter resurgence last summer and received a ton of money and support. Harrison’s campaign broke fundraising records collecting $109 million. The haul left Graham literally begging for money on Fox News.

If he accepts the DNC position, the Yale graduate will be tasked with expanding narrow majorities in the House and Senate … Read the rest

How to use coaching as a leadership technique

Employee development is a powerful tool for business owners. According to LinkedIn’s 2018 Workforce Learning Report of 4,000 professionals, 94 percent of employees would stay at a company longer if it invested in their careers. One great way to invest in your team is to coach them, stepping out of the training classroom and helping them learn day-to-day. Using coaching as a leadership technique can help you better connect with your employees — and help them become even better workers. Keep reading to learn more about what coaching involves and how to do it as a leader.

What is coaching in business?

Like all in-office learning, coaching is used in business to help employees learn and grow their skills. It’s not unlike in sports, where a hitting coach will help a baseball player get out of a slump or a shooting coach will work with an NBA player on their … Read the rest

A Man Who Forgot His Bitcoin Password Could Lose $220 Million

Stefan Thomas lost the document where he entered his IronKey years ago and has only two attempts to gain access.

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  • Of the existing 18.5 million bitcoin, about 20 percent, which is currently worth around $ 140 billion, appear to be in lost or stranded wallets.

Stefan Thomas , a German programmer based in San Francisco, forgot a password that would allow him to access 7,002 bitcoin, which could be worth $ 220 million this week.

According to The New York Times , the password will allow Thomas to unlock a small hard drive, called the IronKey, which holds the keys to a digital wallet containing

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Rep. Ayanna Pressley Says She Avoided Capitol Safe Room Due To White Supremacist Congress Members

Massachusetts Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D) said she avoided the safe room during the Capitol riot last week, but it had little to do with the coronavirus.

Pressley explained why she didn’t head to the safe room on Jan. 12 on Twitter. The Squad member refused based on her opinion that some lawmakers hiding in the room were just as dangerous as the rioters who broke into the Capitol.

In addition to Pressley’s belief that some GOP lawmakers are White supremacists, the GOP’s refusal to acknowledge the coronavirus pandemic also gave her pause.

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The importance of client communication plans to win at large website projects

Did you know that the overwhelming majority of time spent working on website projects is taken up with communication between the project manager and the client? It’s possible to read this statistic as an indication that project managers and website developers are aware of the importance of communicating with their clients, carefully listening to their needs, and taking the time to explain the process of website development.

In reality, however, this statistic represents the inefficiency of much client communication – instead of indicating the importance that website developers place on communications, it indicates the frustration that many of us feel when trying to talk to clients. Some of this frustration is unavoidable, particularly if you see yourself as an antisocial developer who is paid to code, not talk. But it’s also possible to make client communication a whole lot easier via some pretty simple techniques. 

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How a CFP Celebrates Her Money Wins

People may often imagine that when they reach their milestones, there will be fireworks and party buses along with a huge celebration. And while sometimes there are, most wins are simply small steps you take every day until one day you wake up where you visualized you would be. That is why it is important to celebrate it all — the ups, the downs, the wins, the steps forward, and sometimes even backward. Without awareness and reflection, you might miss out on celebrating how much progress you have made in your financial life. By acknowledging even the so-called small things, you can keep the momentum alive and feel good about yourself.

Here are some ways I celebrate my money wins, no matter how big or small:

Tell my family and friends.

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How Success Happened for Alexia Brue with Well+Good

Alexia Brue seized her opportunitity as an entrepreneur during the financial crisis back in 2008-2009. Expect more entreprenuers to flourish after our current pandemic.

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In 2009 Alexia Brue launched what has become a wellness media powerhouse, Well+Good. She and her business partner, Melisse Gelula, started the media company during the financial crisis of 2009, a time when “wellness” was not yet in our daily lexicon, Peloton didn’t exist, and we never could have imagined that we’d live in athleisure. Alexia was working in print journalism at the time and saw that after the 2008 crisis, the media business was structurally changing. Print publications were shuttering and shrinking, while the barrier to entry for launching a

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