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Our Ultimate Reality Review – Good Or Bad?

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Our Ultimate Reality Review – Good Or Bad?

After having a chance to read the ebook myself, I decided to write this Our Ultimate Reality review. Hopefully, after reading this short review you’ll have a good idea what the book is all about and if it is something that warrants your attention.

The subtitle of Adrian Cooper’s book, Our Ultimate Reality, is Life, the Universe and the Destiny of Mankind. It’s kind of heady subject matter, I must admit. While I’m a voracious reader, I sometimes struggle through such dense subjects and was initially concerned that the book wouldn’t be a pleasurable read. In fact, I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to get through it at all, much less actually comprehend what I was taking in. I was pleasantly surprised to find that not only is the book readable, but it’s actually enjoyable as well.

In fact, I couldn’t get enough of the topic. Fortunately, when you pick up the Our Ultimate Reality ebook, you also receive the popular newsletter free of charge. Read by hundreds of thousands of people, it’s got a ton of valuable information, news and guidance for your destiny and life as you travel on this giant rock we call earth.

If you aren’t willing to take my word for it, you can read seven full chapters of Our Ultimate Reality free of charge to try it out. Detailing such important subjects as out of body experiences, the Eternal Now, imagination, astral projection and more, you’ll find yourself turning to this book time and time again. You’ll gain the ability to heal any disease no matter how serious it may seem, to visit where you go after ìdeathî and visit ìdeadî people and to contact your inner-self in order to find the answers to important questions.

Of course, those are just a few of the things you’ll get out of Our Ultimate Reality, which is why I wholeheartedly recommend it. It’s something that we all can benefit from, and I urge you to at least pick up the free chapters to see how you like it.

‘Shifts’ to Help You in Times Good or Bad

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‘Shifts’ to Help You in Times Good or Bad

Six months ago, the economy was roaring. Stock prices were going up, interest rates were staying low, unemployment was down. A few months later, those indicators all were going in opposite directions. Now, it’s hard to tell from day to day where we stand.

I’m optimistic that the current situation is a short-term one, and that long-term prospects are for growth and good times. But that doesn’t mean that there won’t be dips, sometimes deep, along the way. The question is: Are you positioned to take advantage of the good times and navigate the bad?

You have to expect one as well as the other. Fortunately, there are “shifts” you can take that will serve you well during both.

1. Get out of debt. The quicker the better. You can’t take advantage of opportunities when you’re mired in debt. And there are opportunities in both good times and in bad. In both, debt keeps you from profiting from the opportunities that present themselves. In bad, it magnifies the negative, as the cost of money increases and debt service becomes an ever-increasing portion of your expenses.

2. Think globally. No longer can we afford to think and act locally. We must have a broader

vision. We must think about how our vocation, our business and our industry will operate in a global economy – because it already does.

3. Be entrepreneurial. This is the age of the free agent. Even if we are and plan to continue working in a larger company or organization, we must at least think like an entrepreneur. We need to be “in-trepreneurs.” Seniority and experience does not have the value that it did. Producing results – and profits – is what matters.

4. Become a capitalist. The wealthy own assets, the rest own liabilities – things that cost money to own and maintain. Capitalism is not a dirty word. A capitalist, by definition, is someone who owns assets – assets that produce income. Stock, equipment and businesses are assets that generate income. In America, 80 percent of all millionaires are self-made. Be one of them.

5. Be flexible. Things are moving at a rapid pace. This demands adaptability. Things will not remain the same, nor will they go back to the way they used to be. We must be willing to change directions quickly. It’s dodge and weave time. It is time to embrace change. Shift happens!

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