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For the second consecutive year, Forbes scoured the country to track down the richest person in every state. Thirteen people landed on the map for the first time this year, including Facebook FB +0.86% CEO Mark Zuckerberg. The 32-year-old has made more than $18 billion in the last 12 months and now worth $51.6 billion, enough to dethrone Oracle ORCL +0.39% founder Larry Ellison as the richest person in California.Forbes Kingdom Global Business Network
On the opposite coast, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg replaced fellow political heavyweight David Koch as the richest man in the Empire State. Sinking oil prices weighed on Koch’s industrial empire, while Bloomberg’s financial data and media business continued to thrive. The only active politician on the list is Jim Justice, a billionaire coal magnate from West Virginia. In May, Justice captured the Democratic nomination for governor.
In total, Forbes hunted down 54 tycoons (four states had ties) worth a total of $682 billion. Their fortunes average $12.6 billion, and all but eight of them are billionaires. They made money in industries as distinct as the places they call home. Eight got rich in finance and investments, another eight struck gold in fashion and retail, and six forged their fortunes in the food and beverage industry.
Stanley Kroenke, one of three sports billionaires in the group, is now the richest person in Missouri, after passing Enterprise Rent-A-Car founder Jack Taylor. In January, Kroenke made hundreds of millions by striking a deal to move the St. Louis Rams back to their old home in Los Angeles. A bigger market means more opportunities to sell high-priced tickets and luxury seating, which add up to a more valuable team. The move was good for Kroenke, who is now worth some $7.9 billion, but plenty of other people in Missouri are bitter about it.
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5 Reasons You Should Move To A City Where You Know No One

If you’re in your 20s and you’re questioning a move to a new city, for a new job, a new venture or a different pace of life, do it. Here’s the reality: Time is going to pass anyway, so you can keep living in your comfort zone, or you can take the leap, and get out there.

If you’re single, it’s even more of a reason to get out there; some day you’ll be married with kids, a mortgage and countless responsibilities, and that step won’t be as “easy” as it is now.

Here are five reasons to make the move:

Power To Pause

When you move to a new place, it grants you a moment when you can take a pulse check for where you’re at in your life, in your career, etc.

I’ve realized those who I admire most all do this important step in their lives. Every once in a while, they pause, they reflect and then get back to work. Moving to a new city welcomes the power of pausing to reflect and ask yourself, “What have I not been doing that I now want to?” “How do I want this chapter to look differently?” You have the grace to start fresh and re-prioritize.


Challenge Your Comfort Zone

We all have some type of box we live in, something that keeps us from stepping outside the lines, and taking the leap to move, or to switch up our path or plan. When you move to a new city, things and people you relied on, are no longer physically there. Your favorite take out spot place, a glass of wine with your best friend on a tough day, or that long road you found yourself on when you just needed to drive it out and jam to your favorite tunes. They all no longer exist when you move to an unfamiliar place with unfamiliar places. However, when you expand that comfort zone, you’ll be surprised where this trajectory leads you.


You’ll Grow, A Lot

Growth is never really a comfortable thing, let’s be honest, but the benefits far outweigh the process. You’ll learn aspects of yourself you never knew, or maybe you’ve put off for awhile in the pursuit of other things in your life. You’ll learn how to walk confidently into a party where not one face looks recognizable. You’ll find the lessons you learn when you move to a new city, translate into every aspect of your life and eventually in your future. Taking a leap to a new city, will make you braver and more confident, but it won’t come without some tough times. Embrace the journey, and give yourself grace as you grow.

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10 Ways To Kick The Procrastination Habit

A survey (by the University of Chicago) suggested that those who relish challenge are more likely to live up to 10 years longer than those who spend their lives inhibited by timidity.

Trying to realize our ambitions, even if we don’t always meet them, is preferable to not having the courage or motivation to take the risk. So not making any resolutions because we fear that we’ll break them is having a defeatist attitude, as we allow procrastination to become an insidious habit which stops us from leading more fulfilling lives.

The following offers 10 ways to kick the procrastination habit!

1. Personal values development.

Take the time to find out what you really want in life, what your personal values are. Do you want more time, more money, better health, greater self esteem and confidence, more fulfilling relationships, a different career, set up a business? When we procrastinate it’s often because what we are planning to do is not really aligned with what we truly want. We may be scared of our skills (or perceived lack of) or fear ridicule from others.

2. Make health and high energy levels a priority.

Without good health we are less likely to have the energy and dynamism needed to make positive changes in our lives and it’s easier (and necessary if you’re very ill) to procrastinate. So ensure that you have a nourishing diet, sleep well, exercise and meditate. Incidentally, it is thought that regular meditation helps delay the worst effects of the ageing process.

3. Visualize your life without procrastination.

See and feel the benefits in your life if you didn’t procrastinate. What could you do and achieve? Begin to act as if you’re not a procrastinator. Write down, draw, imagine your life as a film. Use affirmations to help you.

4. Banish the Gremlin.

That little voice which runs on auto in your head – that dismisses any idea that you might have. It says things like “I’m not in the mood” “I don’t have time” “I can’t do this”. Stop running on auto, replace the “should’s” “oughts” “have tos” with “want to” “desire”. You have a choice. Acknowledge your choices and banish the Gremlin. Again, using affirmations can help you replace the Gremlin with more positive alternatives.

5. Over commitment.

Saying “yes” to everything – often leaves you feeling tired and without the energy to focus on what is most important to you. This leads to procrastination as projects and tasks are dropped. Identify what is most important to you and only focus on those areas which will make the biggest difference to your life. It will enhance your focus and motivation.

6. Set personal and professional goals.

It’s hard to motivate yourself when you don’t have a good idea of what you want to accomplish. So when setting goals think about what you want to achieve in the short term and long term. Techniques for doing so include the SMART strategy. S = specific M = measurable A= Action R = Realistic T = Time based. Use goal setting software to help you in goal planning and setting.

7. Prioritize Your Goals.

Develop a plan or schedule to help you reach your goals. In doing so you will begin to identify whether some elements need to be included or enhanced or dropped completely. Also remember to be flexible, revisit your goals regularly and modify or drop if appropriate. Just because a goal is written down doesn’t mean that it is set in stone!

8. Divide and conquer.

Once you’ve prioritized your goals, divide them into smaller chunks. Sometimes we procrastinate because a project seems really large that the scale of it overwhelms us and puts us into a temporary form of paralysis – you don’t know where to start, so you don’t start at all! Approach each project – especially large ones – on a step by step basis.

9. Reward yourself.

Once you start to complete tasks, reward yourself by giving yourself something that you want. So instead of seeing a film before you complete a task, see it afterwards and make it a reward for you.

10. Just get started.

No excuses. Don’t wait until you’re “in the mood”. The mood never comes! It is a clever camouflage and a delaying tactic. What you resist persists! Start with what is easiest, so that you experience immediate success, which will give you the fuel and motivation to upgrade and take on larger projects.

Do any of the above and you’ll be well on your way to Kicking the Procrastination Habit. And if you’re procrastinating over doing any of the above :.), then remember that life is the biggest deadline of all!

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First up, the widely rumoured OLED screen has made another appearance. According to Asian website Nikkei, Samsung is spending $6.8 billion on OLED production this year to supply Apple, thought to be for the iPhone 7. The orders appear to be for 5.5-inch OLED display panels.

Next, the Lightning port has long thought to become the sole connection on the device, with Apple rumored to ditch the 3.5mm headphone slot. Japanese site Otakara continues along those lines.

It reports that Apple will ship its Ear Pod headphones with Lightning connections only, as part of the iPhone 7 package. But Apple is also rumored to be throwing in a Lightning to 3.5mm adapter that will allow current headphones to work on the new phone. The rumors go on to say the 3.5mm jack space left on the phone will be filled with an additional speaker.

Finally, leaked images from Rock Fix, a Chinese repairs shop, have appeared via Weibo and show what’s claimed to be the iPhone 7 dual camera unit. It also features 256GB storage from SanDisk and a dual-SIM unit, apparently.

Pretty much everything leaked afresh from these sources has already been rumored before. This suggests that the Apple rumor mill could be getting it spot on this year, taking a lot of the surprise out of Apple’s expected iPhone 7 unveiling event in September.

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Launching a start-up while working a full-time job

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It’s not uncommon for young entrepreneurs to work a 9 to 5 job while getting their start-ups off the ground, but the Lemon City co-founders are balancing their new business with full-time careers: Napoleon De Bens and Fernandez as attorneys; Hamilton as a business consultant and Chamorro as an ad agency art director.

“Some of the criticism that we’ve gotten as small business owners is, ‘Why aren’t you guys all-in? You know, if you were all-in, you all should have quit your jobs and done this,’” Napoleon De Bens explained. “We worked very hard to build careers, and to give ourselves a life that our parents weren’t able to have, and their parents weren’t able to have.”

According to Entrepreneur, 80% of startups are self-funded, and Lemon City is no different. The Lemon City founders invested their own money to pursue this passion project, with no outside backing.

Despite all the challenges, they feel like they’re living the American dream.

“I think the American dream for me means just that you have the ability to do what you want—be happy and succeed and doing what you love,” Chamorro said.

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Just a couple of years ago I could not imagine that one day I gonna think more about books than about food and other everyday activities. 🙂

Yes, I am now really thirsty for books… When I realized that I haven’t read a book for too long I decided to catch it up. I found some good mentors, joined some excellent groups of people that showed me the way, the way back to books, the way back to bookstores, the way to my personal development, the way to my future. Now I’m learning and I’m learning from the Best.

Today I have a new habit I scan bookshelves for familiar titles, I read almost all posts about suggested list of books and started to collect my own wishlist.
In fact, those are mainly only personal development books. Everything started with “Rich Dad Poor Dad“, “The Success Principles” and “The Greatest Salesman in the World” from Og Mandino.

Now it is time to go further and I decided to look for some big names what they are reading and suggesting. So, one of the biggest name of personal development coaches today is Tony Robbins. It is worth to take a look what books he is reading and suggesting to people. Found some interviews on Youtube, Bizness Insider has published own interview and also Favobooks (Famost people favorite books) has helped me form this list.

Before we go to list of 10 books recommended by Tony Robbins, the little bit about him.

Tony Robbins is an entrepreneur, best-selling author, philanthropist and the nation’s #1 Life and Business Strategist. A recognized authority on the psychology of leadership, negotiations, and organizational turnaround, he has served as an advisor to leaders around the world for more than 38 years. The author of five internationally bestselling books, including the recent New York Times #1 best-seller MONEY: MASTER THE GAME, Mr. Robbins has empowered more than 50 million people from 100 countries through his audio, video, and life training programs. He created the #1 personal and professional development program of all time, and more than 4 million people have attended his live seminars.

Robbins is the chairman of a holding company comprised of more than a dozen privately held businesses with combined sales exceeding $5 billion a year. He has been honored by Accenture as one of the “Top 50 Business Intellectuals in the World”; by Harvard Business Press as one of the “Top 200 Business Gurus”; and by American Express as one of the “Top Six Business Leaders in the World” to coach its entrepreneurial clients. Fortune’s recent cover article named him the “CEO Whisperer,” and he was most recently named in the top 50 of Worth Magazine’s 100 most powerful people in global finance.

In his mission to continually impact the lives of millions, Robbins has made headlines by partnering and lending his voice to disruptive companies in the financial services arena.

Impressively isn’t? So let’s see what books he is reading and suggesting. I have compiled a list of 10 books recommended by Tony Robbins.

10 books recommended by Tony Robbins
1. “As A Man Thinketh” by James Allen
Millions of readers have experienced the power of James Allen’s As a Man Thinketh. The book’s simple, forthright ideas have touched hearts and even changed lives for more than a century — and today they continue to point the way toward a fuller, richer, more compassionate existence.

Now, this beloved inspirational masterpiece is revised and updated for the twenty-first century. Arcane terms or references have been gently adapted to the present frame of reference so that Allen’s message resonates as freshly today as it has for generations.

Tony Robbins: “It’s the whole concept of understanding that your thoughts really, truly shape everything in your life that you feel and experience. I have read it more than a dozen times and often gives the book as a gift because it’s concise, easy to read, and profound. As A Man Thinketh has influenced many contemporary writers including Norman Vincent Peale, Earl Nightingale, Denis Waitley and Tony Robbins, among others.”

Get it here: As a Man Thinketh

2. “The Alchemist” by Paulo Coelho
Santiago an Andalusian shepherd boy, travels from his homeland in Spain to the Egyptian desert in search of a treasure buried in the Pyramids. During his journey, he meets a Gypsy woman, a man who calls himself king, and an alchemist, all of whom point Santiago in the direction of his quest. No one knows what the treasure is, or if Santiago will be able to surmount the obstacles along the way. But what starts out as a journey to find worldly goods turns into a discovery of the treasure found within.

Tony Robbins: “A remarkable tale about the most magical of all journeys: the quest to fulfill one’s destiny. I recommend The Alchemist to anyone who is passionately committed to claiming the life of their dreams – today.”

Get it here: By Paulo Coelho: The Alchemist

3. “Man’s Search For Meaning” by Viktor Frankl
Psychiatrist Viktor Frankl’s memoir has riveted generations of readers with its descriptions of life in Nazi death camps and its lessons for spiritual survival. Between 1942 and 1945 Frankl labored in four different camps, including Auschwitz, while his parents, brother, and pregnant wife perished. Based on his own experience and the experiences of others he treated later in his practice, Frankl argues that we cannot avoid suffering but we can choose how to cope with it, find meaning in it, and move forward with renewed purpose.

Tony Robbins: “I don’t give a damn how rich you are financially or how abundant you are with your family or love. We all experience extreme stress in our life at some point. It’s the ultimate equalizer. If it’s not you, it will be someone in your family, and so the ability to find meaning in the most difficult times, I think, is one of the most important skills of life, and there’s probably not a greater example than that book.”

Get it here: Man’s Search for Meaning

4. “Linchpin” by Seth Godin
This book is about you-your choices, your future, and your potential to make a huge difference in whatever field you choose.

There used to be two teams in every workplace: management and labor. Now there’s a third team, the linchpins. These people figure out what to do when there’s no rule book. They delight and challenge their customers and peers. They love their work, pour their best selves into it, and turn each day into a kind of art.

Linchpins are the essential building blocks of great organizations. They may not be famous but they’re indispensable. And in today’s world, they get the best jobs and the most freedom.

As Godin writes, “Every day I meet people who have so much to give but have been bullied enough or frightened enough to hold it back. It’s time to stop complying with the system and draw your own map. You have brilliance in you, your contribution is essential, and the art you create is precious. Only you can do it, and you must.”

Tony Robbins: “It is a quick, invaluable career resource from a great writer. He’s very poetic and brilliant. He takes complex things and makes them very simple, and writes them in a very inspiring way.”

Get it here: Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?

4. “Getting Everything You Can Out of All You’ve Got” by Jay Abraham
Jay Abraham has created a program of proven strategies to help you realize undreamed-of success! Unseen opportunities face each of us every day. Using clear examples from his own experience, Jay explains just how easy it can be to find and/or create new opportunities for wealth-building in any existing business, enterprise, or venture.

This program focuses on helping you spot the hidden assets, overlooked opportunities, and untapped resources around you, and gives you, and gives you fresh eyes with which to see and capitalize on them. You’ll also learn how to adapt and apply these tools to your unique circumstances to maximize your income, influence, power, and success.

Tony Robbins: “Phenomenal… articulate… amazing. Jay Abraham has a powerful knowledge of how things work, and how you can create a competitive edge for yourself.”

Get it here: Getting Everything You Can Out of All You’ve Got: 21 Ways You Can Out-Think, Out-Perform, and Out-Earn the Competition

5. “The Happiness Hypothesis” by Jonathan Haidt
In his widely praised book, award-winning psychologist Jonathan Haidt examines the world’s philosophical wisdom through the lens of psychological science, showing how a deeper understanding of enduring maxims-like Do unto others as you would have others do unto you, or What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger-can enrich and even transform our lives.

Tony Robbins: “It’s one of the best books I’ve read to show you the scientific understanding of how you really experience a life of fulfillment. It’ll move you, and it will give you the pathway to see what are the real ways to have lasting happiness and fulfillment.”

Get it here: The Happiness Hypothesis: Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom

6. “Pain Free: A Revolutionary Method for Stopping Chronic Pain” by Pete Egoscue
That is the revolutionary message of this breakthrough system for eliminating chronic pain without drugs, surgery, or expensive physical therapy. Developed by Pete Egoscue, a nationally renowned physiologist and sports injury consultant to some of the today’s top athletes, the Egoscue Method has an astounding 95 percent success rate. The key is a series of gentle exercises and carefully constructed stretches called E-cises. Inside you’ll find detailed photographs and step-by-step instructions for dozens of e-cizes specifically designed to provide quick and lasting relief of:

Lower back pain, hip problems, sciatica, and bad knees
Carpal tunnel syndrome and even some forms of arthritis
Migraines and other headaches, stiff neck, fatigue, sinus problems, vertigo, and TMJ
Shin splints, varicose veins, sprained or weak ankles, and many foot ailments
Bursitis, tendinitis, and rotator cuff problems
Plus special preventive programs for maintaining health through the entire body.
With this book in hand, you’re on your way to regaining the greatest gift of all: a pain-free body! With the help of Pete Egoscue’s revolutionary program of quick stretches and strength-building exercises, you can cure chronic pain, and do it naturally.

Filled with easy instructions, photos, and line illustrations throughout, this book will provide quick, effective pain relief.

Tony Robbins: “This book is extraordinary, and I am thrilled to recommend it to anyone who’s interested in dramatically increasing the quality of their physical health.”

Get it here: Pain Free: A Revolutionary Method for Stopping Chronic Pain

7. “The Fourth Turning” by William Strauss and Neil Howe
First came the postwar High, then the Awakening of the ’60s and ’70s, and now the Unraveling. This audacious and provocative book tells us what to expect just beyond the start of the next century. Are you ready for the Fourth Turning?

Strauss and Howe will change the way you see the world–and your place in it. In The Fourth Turning, they apply their generational theories to the cycles of history and locate America in the middle of an unraveling period, on the brink of a crisis. How you prepare for this crisis–the Fourth Turning–is intimately connected to the mood and attitude of your particular generation. Are you one of the can-do “GI generation,” who triumphed in the last crisis? Do you belong to the mediating “Silent Majority,” who enjoyed the 1950s High? Do you fall into the “awakened” Boomer category of the 1970s and 1980s, or are you a Gen-Xer struggling to adapt to our splintering world? Whatever your stage of life, The Fourth Turning offers bold predictions about how all of us can prepare, individually and collectively, for America’s next rendezvous with destiny.

Tony Robbins: “I find the theory motivational. It helps people understand that winter is going to come, but winter isn’t forever. Winter is always followed by spring. And it’s how to take advantage of whatever season you’re in.”

Get it here: The Fourth Turning: An American Prophecy – What the Cycles of History Tell Us About America’s Next Rendezvous with Destiny

8. “Emerson: Essays and Lectures” by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Ralph Waldo Emerson is the father of the Transcendentalist movement that developed in the US in the 1820s and 1830s. It is founded on the belief that people are inherently good and are at their best when they are self-reliant and individualist, free from the corruption of society.

Tony Robbins : “Self-reliance is a theme all human beings, especially those living in the Western world, have to fully understand if they’re going to do well in a world that’s changing constantly.”.

Get it here: Emerson: Essays and Lectures: Nature: Addresses and Lectures / Essays: First and Second Series / Representative Men / English Traits / The Conduct of Life (Library of America)

9. “Generations” by William Strauss and Neil Howe
Hailed by national leaders as politically diverse as former Vice President Al Gore and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, Generations has been heralded by reviewers as a brilliant, if somewhat unsettling, reassessment of where America is heading.

William Strauss and Neil Howe posit the history of America as a succession of generational biographies, beginning in 1584 and encompassing every-one through the children of today. Their bold theory is that each generation belongs to one of four types and that these types repeat sequentially in a fixed pattern. The vision of Generations allows us to plot a recurring cycle in American history — a cycle of spiritual awakenings and secular crises — from the founding colonists through the present day and well into this millennium.

“Generations” is at once a refreshing historical narrative and a thrilling intuitive leap that reorders not only our history books but also our expectations for the twenty-first century.

Tony Robbins: “It shows there’s a direct cycle between how you were raised and how you raise your kids. And we all react to the way we were raised, and it creates a circular pattern between innovation and maintenance, back and forth. It is a brilliant book because when you understand the patterns of generations, you understand the patterns of history, then you can begin to understand where things are going. And I’m a big believer that losers react and leaders anticipate, but the only way you can anticipate is if you understand the patterns of history.”

Get it here: Generations: The History of America’s Future, 1584 to 2069

10. “The Singularity Is Near” by Ray Kurzweil
Ray Kurzweil is Google’s director of engineering, a vocal futurist, and transhumanist, and one of Robbins’ good friends. His book, “The Singularity Is Near,” details his theory that humanity will reach a point of “technological singularity” by the year 2045, a point from which machine intelligence progresses so rapidly that it exceeds humanity’s ability to fully comprehend it.

Tony Robbins: “I believe anticipation is power, that if you are going to have a great life, you don’t want to react to everything. Where the world is going and what technology is leading us to in terms of the evolution of humanity is an incredibly valuable thing to understand.”

Get it here: The Singularity Is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology

Hope this list will inspire you for new horizons. Please share in comments what is your most important book or one I definitely need to look at or if you have read any of this list share how did you like it.

“A room without books is like a body without a soul.” ~ Marcus Tullius Cicero

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Microsoft’s Employee Giving Program raised a record-breaking $125 million for nonprofits and schools around the world in 2015, including the company match of employee contributions. Our employees increased their support through time, money and talent by $8 million, marking the greatest year-over-year increase in our program’s history.

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These results show how, more than ever, Microsoft employees live our mission to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. We believe Microsoft Philanthropies rounds out our ability to reach our mission, as well as to reach everyone. In the case of our Employee Giving Program, that means supporting more than 18,000 nonprofits that do invaluable work every day to strengthen communities and better our world. What better time than today to say “thank you” to those nonprofits, and to the many people who work for them. In 2015, these people and organizations improved lives around the world by addressing a wide range of issues, providing shelter for those fleeing wildfires that ravaged portions of the United States, for example, and helping those seeking safety from war-torn regions around the world. They provided mentorships and skills training for at-risk youth, expanded the number of acres of protected forestland, ran nonpartisan civic engagement campaigns and much more.

We celebrate the work of our nonprofit and education partners at the same time as we share our Employee Giving results, because they have inspired Microsoft employees to do more and give more. In fact, this year the participation rate for our Employee Giving Program hit an all-time high of 71 percent. Today we celebrate with our employees as well. We believe that they donate more time, talent and money because our program enables them to help address the causes they care about most. And their giving supported a very broad spectrum of local and global causes, among them humanitarian relief, health, human services and housing, education, arts and culture, agriculture, nutrition and the environment.

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