Posts Tagged Life-giving

Be Smarterr -work less

Most people work hard trading their Life’s best time to get some money and hope they will be able to survive when the income dries up when the whims of Customers, the Boss or the government changes.
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SMARTER people know the value of their unique skills and structure their Life / business to maximize the value they produce & systematize what they do so can do the work once & get paid again & again and use some of the money generated to pay others to do things they are better suited to doing – thus increasing total productivity.

Successful people develop the skills to identify & trade Assets to make money in Business, Property, or stock & foreign exchange markets without gambling.

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Do you know Why more people Die in Life-giving Ponds & Rivers & quicker than in Motorbike Crashes every year in the UK?

Do you know Why more people Die in Life-giving Ponds & Rivers & quicker than in Motorbike Crashes every year in the UK?

Water is essential for All Life. Most organisms are made from mostly water – Humans are 75% water. Plants need access to water for controlling their temperature & to be able produce the Oxygen we need to breathe.

However there are  Six Factors that are always present with a body of life-giving water that can cause A Death or worse on any day.

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There are four things worse than A Death

  1. Y. D.
  2. M. D. – very common when you do not know the six factors
  3. B. D. &  a B. – a common result of factor D
  4. Public Speaking – especially in Court explaining  why someone you were responsible for Died – when you did not invest

I have created a webinar explaining the Six Factors that are always present with a body of life-giving water that can cause A. D.e.a.t.H. or worse on any day and why the risk increases in urban areas and if you are Aged 5 to 35 or walk a dog outside Read the rest of this entry »

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