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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Who's Having a Good Time?

Who do you think is having a good time and will prosper (short and long-term) as a consequence of their focused energy and actions...Trump "resisters"/protesters/rioters, or participants in the stock market rally since the November 8th Presidential election?

SPX Daily

Percentages Gained/Lost since November 8, 2016 in U.S. Major Indices

Brian Tracy writes in his book, "Get Smart!," that the speed of change is the most important factor that affects your life today. His three main factors that are accelerating this rate of change are summed up in his equation:
SOC = IE x TE x C
(speed of change is equal to information explosion times technology expansion times competition).

So, on what issues will you focus your attention, in order to recognize, accept, and adapt to today's ever-growing rate of change? Your survival and level of prosperity depend on it.