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Living Richly From the Inside Out: My Interview With Karlecia Swan

I always love to hang out with social workers – so much fun and self-awareness in one place it’s intoxicating.

But I especially love when I get to hang out with old classmates who have gone on to do great things. Being with those people really helps me to put my journey into perspective because I get to see how far we’ve all come.

And on that note, I recently had the great pleasure of hanging out with one of my former classmates, Karlecia Swan. Karlecia and I would often sit near to each other in class and subsequently end up running role plays and group projects together. Hashtag What-were-we-supposed-to-be-learning-again? Continue reading

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What Kanye West, Will Smith and Jim Carrey Taught Me About Achieving Goals (the B & W Edition + action steps for you)

“Imagination is more important than knowledge.” ~ Albert Einstein

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Napoleon Hill reading Think and Grow Rich

A few years ago I picked up a copy of Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. This is a classic within the self-development and business arenas, and a must-read for anyone who wants to know how to deliberately create a rich life.

I had heard about it’s magical powers to transform mere mortals into money-making machines, and so I began to study it like a treasure map. Continue reading

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Signs of a Rich Life: 7 Lessons From My Weekend in the Clouds (+ Pictures)

At the beginning of the year I made a promise to myself.

In creating a rich life I wanted to make sure that I had enriching experiences, so I vowed to look for ones that would take me outside of my comfort zone and challenge me both mentally and physically. Continue reading

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3 Really Wealthy Social Workers and 10 Lessons on How They Got Rich (+ Action Steps for You)

There’s a far too common, if you ask me, belief that social workers can’t be wealthy.

There. I said it.

And the worst part about that belief is that it’s usually social workers that perpetuate it.

The truth is that not only are there social workers who make lots of money, some are even rich, rich, rich!; and the good news is that they used their social work skills – some of the very ones you have – to amass their fortunes and become famous in the process. Continue reading

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