Category Archives for Jerry Gillies

What Is Money?

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A Great Question From South Africa In addition to the audios, one of the features of The Moneylove Club is the monthly question members get to ask me directly. And these are often empowering to me, both the questions themselves and the thinking I have to do to come up with an appropriate answer. This […]

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Prosperity Conscious View of U.S. Economy

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Finally, Some Adult Opinions On The Way Things Really Are Thank goodness for some sensible information now coming at us from Forbes, The Daily Beast, and Newsweek.  Victoria Pynchon at Forbes called the Daily Beast article, Stop The Panic, It’s Not 2008, the “best economic news in several months.” I would have underlined “news,” as […]

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A Moneylove Milestone and The Price of Success

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First, My Anniversary Celebration! Friends, Readers, Prosperity Teachers, Seekers and Finders, welcome to my 100th post on this blog.  With every new essay I write, more ideas pop up and go in my notebook for future blogs, audios, and books. And I am so pleased and excited that so many people all over the world […]

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Extreme MEism As A Poverty Paradigm

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Solipsism As The Ultimate Narcissistic Philosophy I only discovered this word that rolls off the tongue about ten years ago–and like many such events, it triggered a deluge of appearances of the word in all its forms in the magazines I read and TV shows I watched. Suddenly, “solipsism” and “solipsistic” were all over the […]

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Laughing All The Way To The Bank

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Choosing Between Giggles and Sobs Or maybe I should make the above line read Between Giggles and S.O.B.s, as many of the doom predicting sheep filling our newspapers and airwaves are mean-spirited, nasty types who seem to gloat at the fiscal difficulties we find ourselves in. They often find more pleasure/excitement/satisfaction in seeing any hard […]

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Your Permanent Prosperity Trend

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Creating Your Own Mental Playing Field We are all operating with some beliefs we continue to hold onto even though our life experience belies them–shows them over and over again to just not be true. This is human nature. But since we are sentient beings with the power of free will, we can create our […]

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11 New Questions For 2011

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Asking The Right Questions I’ve been surprised at how many very successful people have asked me whether or not I am going to do a list of questions like the 110 questions I did for 2010. I have been doing lists like this for many years, and one big difference in that edition was that […]

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Important Stuff From An Unexpected Source

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Death As Inspiration My best friend just died, and I wrote about this in my personal blog. http://jerrygillies.blogspot.com/2010/12/my-best-friend-died.html I’ve also written about Susannah Lippman on these pages. https://moneyloveonline.com/moneylove-minds-moneylove-mentors/ But now that I’ve had several days of grieving and reflection on all the good times and exciting adventures we shared in nearly forty years of deep, […]

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Moneylove, Speaking Out, and a Prosperous Voice

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An Underappreciated Asset Though I’ve rarely writtten or spoken about it, I have long had the view that one of our most underappreciated assets is our voice. I was reminded of this in a comment I really liked from multi-billionaire Warren Buffet. In an interview with Christiane Amanpour, Buffet said: If you improve your speaking […]

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Moneylove And The Prosperity Prequel

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Learning From Ancient Wisdom–My Own! In my previous post, I went on a bit about rediscovering my older prosperity tape program, Live Long and Prosper. A “prequel” is a relatively new word and concept, usually meaning something that provides a “back story” to a work of fiction, a story that is newer than the original […]

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