Monthly Archives: November 2009


Napoleon Hill’s 60 Seconds to Decide

Napoleon Hill was in his early 20’s, a young journalist, when he was given a 3 hour interview with Carnegie. The following was written by Napoleon Hill. This is all in the archives of the Napoleon Hill Foundation. This is the story as told by Bob Proctor Fortunately, I was assigned to Andrew Carnegie, the […]


Test Your Fruit ‘n’ Vegetable Rainbow IQ!

Team Beachbody has great articles on health, fitness, nutrition and a wide range of other subjects that will improve your quality of life.  Here’s a fun article bound to improve your diet by Valerie Watson. We used to think a healthy diet was all about the “Big Three” food groups: protein, carbohydrates, and fats. Today, […]


Why Are Food Allergies on the Rise in Children?

In yesterday’s Sphere.com there was an article by David Knowles entitled, “Why Are Food Allergies on the Rise in Children?’ and it is worrisome enough to post some of the article here.  He says, “The number of children with allergies to certain foods is rising at an alarming rate. That’s the conclusion of a new […]


Honoring the men and women who proudly served our country

Today is Armistice Day and Veteran’s Day. Major hostilities of World War I were formally ended at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918 with the German signing of the Armistice.  President Dwight Eisenhower signed  into law on May 26, 1954 a bill declaring November 11th Veteran’s Day to […]