By Laura A. Roser Living Between Extremes If you eat too much, you get fat and sick and die. If you eat too little, you waste away and die. The key is eating the right amount of the right foods. This leads to health, vitality, and a long life. Of course, the questions then arise, “What…

by Matthew Roser The Origin of Heraldic Achievement Heraldry is the study or art of emblazoning arms with achievement. The true origin of this ancient practice is debated and can be seen in Egyptian artifacts dating from 3100 BC. However, the type of heraldic designs we most commonly associate with in our modern time are…

Daniel Burrus, New York Times bestseller and one of the world’s leading futurists on global trends and innovation, shares his thoughts about how to create a legacy of impact. To Daniel, a great legacy revolves around collecting and sharing a portfolio of unforgettable memories. He offers sound advice only gained through years of experience and…

I’ve worked with many estate planners throughout the years—both to organize my own affairs and for business. And I’ve noticed an interesting phenomena. It seems the financial services community hides behind elaborate jargon in favor of addressing the emotional reasons their clients are sitting in front of them. They’ll talk about non-revocable trusts, captive insurance…

“Hear and take to heart this useful and wholesome motto: ‘Cherish some man of high character, and keep him ever before your eyes, living as if he were watching you, and ordering all your actions as if he beheld them.’… We can get rid of most sins, if we have a witness who stands near…

I remember telling my friend, who is a well-known author, that I was a little nervous to publish my memoir. “It’s so personal,” I said. “Do I really want to put myself there like that?” She said, “It’s all worth it. Somewhere, some woman is going through hell and you have a chance to help…

“Never in the history of mankind has the gap between imagination and creation been so narrow. With our new and powerful tools of creation including 3D printing, genomics, machine intelligence, robotics, software, synthetic biology, and others, we can now create the kind of world we could previously only dream of.” – Bryan Johnson, Founder The…

John D. Rockefeller endeavored to “to solve the problem of giving money away without making paupers of those who receive it.” Rockefeller went on to say: “I investigated and worked myself almost to a nervous breakdown in groping my way, without sufficient guide or chart, through the ever-widening field of philanthropic endeavor. It was forced…

These celebrities collectively gave away almost $64 Million of their wealth to charitable causes. Actress Jami Gertz and husband Antony Ressler — $10,569,002 Musician Herb Alpert –$9,104,829 Actor Mel Gibson — $6,853,020 Director, Producer, George Lucas — $4,250,000 Writer Nora Roberts — $3,000,000 NFL Player Ndamukong Suh — $2,600,000 MLB Player Lance Berkman and his…

It isn’t a fluke more than 80 years after his death, Houdini is still remembered as the greatest magician of all time. Harry Houdini (1874-1926), known for his ability to escape handcuffs, straitjackets and water tanks, is still regarded as one of the greatest magicians of all time. Is this because he was? Not necessarily….

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