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The 69 Pillars Of Success is a program designed to show you the specific principles you need to master to take full command of your life and beginning living the great life as God intended. Of course, we shouldn't expect that life would only have 69 things you need to master in order to live completely happy. However, these principles are an excellent start. I pray you get something great out of all these video knowledge sessions. Bookmark this page and check back for regular updates

The video above shows Charlie Munger, Warren Buffet's business partner, breaking down what we now call the 25 cognitive biases. If you want to understand human behavior and how it shapes everything you experience in your life, you should watch this video over and over again. Below, we will also get into more detail regarding the 25 cognitive biases from Munger's transcripts from this talk at Harvard University

Today, I'm going to drop some free training on you that I typically only share with members of my paid training programs. I always want to keep my word that I will give away more stuff than I ever charge people for.


Miyamoto Musashi is arguable the best swordsman the world has ever known. Weeks before his death, he wrote down guidance for aspiring martial artists to help them truly understand how to approach life in and out of combat.

I've spent the better part of 20 years helping people understand who they are, where they fit in the world, and how they can develop the skills necessary to achieve their version of the good life.

Since starting this journey, I've had many people ask me about how our personalities affect our relationships. An interesting question I recently received on YouTube, spoke about Introvert Intuitor Feeler Perceiver (INFP) men and their reluctance to play the role of the "alpha" in relationships with more dominant women.

Many people feel the Myers Briggs personality test is wildly inaccurate. The reality is that our personalities are extremely nuanced and hard to really pin down.

Peter Drucker once said that most people think they know what they are good at...and most people are wrong. Knowing ourselves well is one of the major keys in helping us find the success we want in our careers and our lives. Today, let's talk about ways you can discover the paths you should take as an ENTJ in education and career-searching.

Finding love as an ENTJ can be tough if you don't no where or how to look. In this week's How to Survive as an ENTJ episode, we cover methods to help you find your significant other.

Have you ever found it tough to fit in with certain social situations as an ENTJ personality type according to the Myers Briggs personality type test?

A few days ago, Hillary Clinton made a mistake during a speech stating that she was going to raise taxes on the middle class of America. In typical form, people on social media lost their composure and began uselessly arguing over the comment. If you want to be successful in this life, you are going to need to learn how to focus on issues that actually move you closer to your goals.


We believe impacting the world in a positive way is easier than most people believe.

First, we work on developing ourselves spiritually, physically, emotionally and financially.

Then we pass that developed strength on to our families and communities.

And through our families and communities, we change change the world one soul at a time