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  • Why Being Ruthless Is Actually A Good Quality

    ARE YOU REALLY RUTHLESS? In this article, you’ll learn: What being ruthless is and why you need to have it. INTRODUCTION Ruthless is one of my favorite words. It has a lot of negative connotations like cruel and unforgiving. It sounds bad but it’s how you need to be if you want to start getting your way in life. A lot of people want to be nice and are more concerned about making people like them instead of getting what they want. “Nice” used to mean the village idiot years ago. Would you rather be an idiot or a ruthless person? IS BEING RUTHLESS BAD? I’m not suggesting you go out of your way to be rude to people. What I am telling you is that you should not compromise the things you want just to please someone else. The reality is that a lot of people live their lives that way. Why? Because most people have given up on their dreams or are too afraid to have any — but that’s not you. Someone like that will not understand your desire to be successful. That’s why you need to be ruthless when it comes to your friends and family. People will take you down if they’re not on your side. WHY YOU NEED TO BE RUTHLESS Some don’t know where they stand — they might not like the idea of you becoming successful because it’s threatening to them. You achieving success reminds them that they have given up on their dreams and ambitions. Only a small percentage will be active haters, the rest will be well-intentioned individuals that want the best for your but live in fear. My mom was like that. She told me that every business that I wanted to start was a bad idea. No matter what level of success I achieved, she would always think my next venture was too risky or that I would get hurt again. How do you handle situations like that? HOW I’M RUTHLESS For me, I wrote a script of questions and answers that I wanted my mom to say. I trained her on how to respond to my ideas in a positive way. There’s going to be people that you need to cut off that will never understand your obsession with success.You have to hang around with those that want what you want and don’t make time for people who have given up. It’s that simple. There are 2 groups of people, one pulling for you and one pulling against you. Be ruthless — cut out the negativity because you don’t have time for it if you’re working towards your dreams. THE MOST IMPORTANT PERSON TO BE RUTHLESS WITH You have to be able to say no to people but most importantly to yourself. Say no to things that are not what you want. Stop being nice to please someone else. How about you start making yourself happy and stop compromising what you actually want? When you get on this ruthless train, all the vehicles will have shorter and shorter trips, which means you need to ride for shorter periods of time, know what you’re doing, and know what you’re getting. The window only stays open so long, and then it closes. Everything is getting disrupted so fast, you better get in, get going, and extract as much as you can from the situation as fast as you can extract, push it all away, and go do it again. Grab as much as you can as fast as you can. Find out the person you are supposed to be. Know this — comfortable is not the person you’re supposed to be. THE HOW-TO OF BEING RUTHLESS Here’s how to be ruthless: Be extremely disciplined — show up every day, no matter what Put significance on producing content to get attention, but don’t focus on the mechanics of production Go extremely fast at everything When you commit to ruthless clarity, creativity will follow — it will rain. The Elon Musks, the Steve Jobs, all of the greats, they all control first and then creativity follows. They know how to be ruthless with themselves. MY WISH FOR YOU I want you to be able write a million dollar check. I don’t want to be your hero, I want to be my hero. If I’m my hero, maybe I’ll inspire you. Be ruthless with solving your problems. If you don’t figure it out who’s going to do it for you? No one. Every single book I have written, I was trying to solve a problem I had. I wasn’t trying to sell a book. I solve my problems — my problems are your problems. We all have the same problems. Be committed to solving your problems ruthlessly. I ruthlessly micromanage all aspect of my life and business. I need to be around other people that allow me to explode this expansiveness. Expand into your greatness! Expand into who you are supposed to be. Be ruthless with… Your time Your money Your friends and family SUMMARY Ask yourself what is the one thing you need to do or give up to become more ruthless. You need ruthless clarity in your life. That means you need to get firm on your purpose, then either train the people around you to support it or stop wasting time with them. It all starts with you. Decide what you want in life, then ruthlessly go after without apology. Success and reaching your true potential requires nothing less. Be great, GC Grant Cardone is a New York Times bestselling author, the #1 sales trainer in the world, and an internationally renowned speaker on leadership, real estate investing, entrepreneurship, social media, and finance. His 5 privately held companies have annual revenues exceeding $100 million. Forbes named Mr. Cardone #1 of the “25 Marketing Influencers to Watch in 2017”. Grant’s straight-shooting viewpoints on the economy, the middle class, and business have made him a valuable resource for media seeking commentary and insights on real topics that matter. He regularly appears on Fox News, Fox Business, CNBC, and MSNBC, and writes for Forbes, Success Magazine, Business Insider,, and the Huffington Post. He urges his followers and clients to make success their duty, responsibility, and obligation. He currently resides in South Florida with his wife and two daughters. Have fun shopping! 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  • How You Can Be Happy Today!

    Behavioral scientists have spent a lot of time studying what makes us happy (and what doesn’t). We know happiness can predict health and longevity, and happiness scales can be used to measure social progress and the success of public policies. But happiness isn’t something that just happens to you. Everyone has the power to make small changes in our behavior, our surroundings and our relationships that can help set us on course for a happier life. Mind Happiness often comes from within. Learn how to tame negative thoughts and approach every day with optimism. Conquer Negative Thinking All humans have a tendency to be a bit more like Eeyore than Tigger, to ruminate more on bad experiences than positive ones. It’s an evolutionary adaptation — over-learning from the dangerous or hurtful situations we encounter through life (bullying, trauma, betrayal) helps us avoid them in the future and react quickly in a crisis. But that means you have to work a little harder to train your brain to conquer negative thoughts. Here’s how: Don’t try to stop negative thoughts. Telling yourself “I have to stop thinking about this,” only makes you think about it more. Instead, own your worries. When you are in a negative cycle, acknowledge it. “I’m worrying about money.” “I’m obsessing about problems at work.” Treat yourself like a friend. When you are feeling negative about yourself, ask yourself what advice would you give a friend who was down on herself. Now try to apply that advice to you. Challenge your negative thoughts. Socratic questioning is the process of challenging and changing irrational thoughts. Studies show that this method can reduce depression symptoms. The goal is to get you from a negative mindset (“I’m a failure.”) to a more positive one (“I’ve had a lot of success in my career. This is just one setback that doesn’t reflect on me. I can learn from it and be better.”) Here are some examples of questions you can ask yourself to challenge negative thinking. First, write down your negative thought, such as “I’m having problems at work and am questioning my abilities.” Then ask yourself: “What is the evidence for this thought?” “Am I basing this on facts? Or feelings?” “Could I be misinterpreting the situation?” “How might other people view the situation differently? “How might I view this situation if it happened to someone else?” The bottom line: Negative thinking happens to all of us, but if we recognize it and challenge that thinking, we are taking a big step toward a happier life. Controlled Breathing Science is just beginning to provide evidence that the benefits of this ancient practice are real. Studies have found, for example, that breathing practices can help reduce symptoms associated with anxiety, insomnia, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and attention deficit disorder. For centuries yogis have used breath control, or pranayama, to promote concentration and improve vitality. Buddha advocated breath-meditation as a way to reach enlightenment. Rewrite Your Story Writing about oneself and personal experiences — and then rewriting your story — can lead to behavioral changes and improve happiness. (We already know that expressive writing can improve mood disorders and help reduce symptoms among cancer patients, among other health benefits.) Some research suggests that writing in a personal journal for 15 minutes a day can lead to a boost in overall happiness and well-being, in part because it allows us to express our emotions, be mindful of our circumstances and resolve inner conflicts. Or you can take the next step and focus on one particular challenge you face, and write and rewrite that story. We all have a personal narrative that shapes our view of the world and ourselves. But sometimes our inner voice doesn’t get it right. By writing and then editing our own stories, we can change our perceptions of ourselves and identify obstacles that stand in the way of our personal well-being. The process is similar to Socratic questioning (referenced above). Here’s a writing exercise: Write a brief story about your struggle. I’m having money problems. I am having a hard time making friends in a new city. I’m never going to find love. I’m fighting with my spouse. Now write a new story from the viewpoint of a neutral observer, or with the kind of encouragement you’d give a friend. Money is a challenge but you can take steps to get yourself into financial shape. Everyone struggles in their first year in a new city. Give it some time. Join some groups. Don’t focus on finding love. Focus on meeting new people and having fun. The rest will follow. Couples argue. Here’s what your situation looks like to a neutral observer. Numerous studies show that writing and rewriting your story can move you out of your negative mindset and into a more positive view of life. “The idea here is getting people to come to terms with who they are, where they want to go,” said James Pennebaker, a psychology professor at the University of Texas who has pioneered much of the research on expressive writing. “I think of expressive writing as a life course correction.” Get Moving When people get up and move, even a little, they tend to be happier than when they are still. A study that tracked the movement and moods of cellphone users found that people reported the most happiness if they had been moving in the past 15 minutes than when they had been sitting or lying down. Most of the time it wasn’t rigorous activity but just gentle walking that left them in a good mood. Of course, we don’t know if moving makes you happy or if happy people just move more, but we do know that more activity goes hand-in-hand with better health and greater happiness. Practice Optimism Optimism is part genetic, part learned. Even if you were born into a family of gloomy Guses, you can still find your inner ray of sunshine. Optimism doesn’t mean ignoring the reality of a dire situation. After a job loss, for instance, many people may feel defeated and think, “I’ll never recover from this.” An optimist would acknowledge the challenge in a more hopeful way, saying, “This is going to be difficult, but it’s a chance to rethink my life goals and find work that truly makes me happy.” And thinking positive thoughts and surrounding yourself with positive people really does help. Optimism, like pessimism, can be infectious. So make a point to hang out with optimistic people. Have fun shopping! 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  • What Is The Poverty Level In The World?

    The world has made huge strides in overcoming global poverty. Since 1990, more than 1.2 billion people have risen out of extreme poverty. Now, 9.2% of the world survives on $1.90 a day or less, compared to nearly 36% in 1990. But the COVID-19 pandemic threatens to reverse decades of progress in the fight against global poverty and income inequalities, and it jeopardizes the future of a generation of children. While the full impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is unknown, the World Bank estimates that an additional 88 million to 115 million people will fall into extreme poverty in 2020, with the total rising to as many as 150 million by 2021. When families move out of poverty, children’s health and well-being improve. Since 1990, the number of children under the age of 5 dying — mostly from preventable causes such as poverty, hunger, and disease — is less than half of what it was, dropping from nearly 35,000 a day to about 14,200. World Vision is committed to ending poverty and helping every child experience Jesus’ promise of life in all its fullness (John 10:10). Though eradicating global poverty is hard, particularly in fragile contexts, World Vision believes there is reason to hope. Ending global poverty is a priority not only for World Vision. By 2030, as part of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, global leaders aim to eradicate extreme poverty for all people everywhere. FAQs: What you need to know about global poverty Explore frequently asked questions about extreme poverty, poverty statistics, and learn how you can help end global poverty. Also, find out what the Bible says about poverty. Fast facts: Global poverty How many people live in poverty in the world? How can I help end global poverty? What is poverty? What is extreme poverty? What is absolute or relative poverty? What is multidimensional poverty? How is poverty measured? What is a poverty line, and how are poverty lines calculated? Is the poverty line the same in every country? What is the international poverty line? What is the poverty line in the United States? What was the war on poverty? What causes poverty? What is the cycle of poverty? How can we end global poverty? What progress has been made in reducing poverty? What are the Sustainable Development Goals? How is World Vision helping to end global poverty? History of the eradication of poverty Fast facts: Global poverty 689 million people live in extreme poverty, surviving on less than $1.90 a day. Children and youth account for two-thirds of the world’s poor, and women represent a majority in most regions. Extreme poverty is increasingly concentrated in sub-Saharan Africa. About 40% of the region’s people live on less than $1.90 a day. Extreme poverty rates nearly doubled in the Middle East and North Africa between 2015 and 2018, from 3.8% to 7.2%, mostly because of crises in Syria and Yemen. Although countries impacted by fragility, crises, and violence are home to about 10% of the world’s population, they account for more than 40% of people living in extreme poverty. By 2030, an estimated 67% of the world’s poor will live in fragile contexts. About 70% of people older than 15 who live in extreme poverty have no schooling or only some basic education. 1.3 billion people in 107 developing countries, which account for 22% of the world’s population, live in multidimensional poverty. 644 million children are experiencing multidimensional poverty. How many people live in poverty in the world? Recent estimates for global poverty are that 9.2% of the world, or 689 million people, live in extreme poverty on $1.90 or less a day, according to the World Bank. In the United States, 11.8% of the population or 38.1 million people, live in poverty — with an income of less than $33.26 per day — according to the 2018 census. These numbers are calculated based on income and a person’s ability to meet basic needs. However, when looking beyond income to people experiencing deprivation in health, education, and living standards, 1.3 billion people in 107 developing countries are multidimensionally poor, according to a 2020 report by the World Bank. How can I help end global poverty? Learn more about World Vision’s work to eradicate global poverty. Pray with us for World Vision’s work around the world using Matthew 25 prayer guides. Give to bring lasting change around the world by delivering life-saving help where it’s needed most. Sponsor a child to help provide access to essentials such as clean water, healthcare, economic opportunity, and education. For $39 a month, you’ll help that child and their community to stand tall, free from poverty. What is poverty? Although poverty is often discussed in terms of dollar amounts, quality of life is also part of the conversation. Living in poverty means a life of struggle and deprivation. Children living in poverty often lack access to quality education. Sometimes it’s because there are not enough quality schools, their parents cannot afford school fees, or because impoverished families need their children to work. Without a quality education, children grow up being unable to provide for their own children — thus the generational cycle of poverty. Living in poverty also means not being able to afford a doctor or medical treatment. It means no electricity, limited shelter, and often little to no food on the table. For young children, improper nutrition can mean stunting and wasting that permanently impact their development. In impoverished countries where many people lack access to clean water and sanitation, poverty means the spread of preventable diseases and the unnecessary death of children. Historically, poverty has been calculated based on a person’s income and how much he or she can buy with that income, but new multidimensional measures are more holistic. What is extreme poverty? Since 2015, the World Bank has defined extreme poverty as people living on $1.90 or less a day, measured using the international poverty line. But extreme poverty is not only about low income; it is also about what people can or cannot afford. What is absolute poverty and relative poverty? Absolute poverty is when a person cannot afford the minimum nutrition, clothing, or shelter needs in their country. Relative poverty is a household income below a certain percentage, typically 50% or 60%, of the median income of that country. This measurement takes into consideration the subjective cost of participating in everyday life. For example, plumbing is a necessity in some places; without plumbing, a person could be considered impoverished. But, in other places plumbing is a luxury. Relative poverty is useful for considering income inequality within a country. What is multidimensional poverty? Multidimensional poverty acknowledges that poverty isn’t always about income. Sometimes a person’s income might be above the poverty line, but their family has no electricity, no access to a proper toilet, no clean drinking water, and no one in the family has completed six years of school. The Global Multidimensional Poverty Index looks beyond income to measure a person’s healthcare, education, and living standards to determine poverty levels. It was developed in 2010 by the U.N. Development Program and the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative. Within the categories of health, education, and living standards, there are 10 key indicators of multidimensional poverty that include nutrition, child mortality, years of schooling, school attendance, cooking fuel, sanitation, drinking water, electricity, housing, and assets. If a person is experiencing deprivation in three or more of these standards, then he or she is multidimensionally poor. The Global Multidimensional Poverty Index offers a thorough look at poverty and can provide guidance for the specific interventions necessary in each country to eliminate poverty. BACK TO QUESTIONS How is poverty measured? Poverty is measured by each country’s government, which gathers data through household surveys of their own population. Entities like the World Bank provide support and may conduct their own surveys, but this data collection is time-consuming and slow. New forms of high-frequency surveys using estimates and mobile phone technology are being developed and tested. What is a poverty line, and how are poverty lines calculated? A poverty line, also called a poverty threshold, is the line below which it is difficult, if not impossible, to afford basic needs. The poverty line is determined in each country by adding up the cost of meeting minimum needs, such as food and shelter. Household incomes that are too low to afford minimum needs, such as food and shelter, are below the poverty line. The income necessary to afford meeting minimum needs typically sets the poverty line for a country. Poverty lines can then be compared between countries. The international poverty line is the standard poverty line for measuring poverty globally. However, relatively new measures such as the Global Multidimensional Poverty Index include measurements of health, education, and living standards, all as signs of poverty. Is the poverty line the same in every country? Poverty lines are not the same in all countries. In higher-income countries, the cost of living is higher and so the poverty line is higher, too. In 2017, the World Bank announced new median poverty lines, grouping countries into low-income, middle-income, and high-income countries and finding the median poverty line for those groups: $1.91 per person per day — in 33 low-income countries $3.21 per person per day — in 32 lower-middle-income countries, such as India and the Philippines $5.48 per person per day — in 32 upper-middle-income countries, such as Brazil and South Africa $21.70 per person per day — in 29 high-income countries What is the international poverty line? The international poverty line, currently set at $1.90 a day, is the universal standard for measuring global poverty. This line helps measure the number of people living in extreme poverty and helps compare poverty levels between countries. As the cost of living increases, poverty lines increase too. Since 1990, the international poverty line rose from $1 a day, to $1.25 a day, and most recently in 2015 to $1.90. This means that $1.90 is necessary to buy what $1 could in 1990. In addition to the lowest-income poverty line at $1.90, the World Bank also reports poverty rates using two new international poverty lines: a lower middle-income line set at $3.20/day and an upper middle-income line set at $5.50 a day. What is the poverty line in the United States? In the U.S. for a family a four, the poverty line is $26,200 a year. This means that families who earn less than that cannot afford rent, food, or other basic needs. For an individual in the U.S., the poverty line is $12,760 a year, or $34.96 per day. This poverty guideline is calculated based on information from the Census Bureau and is updated by evaluating recent price changes using the Consumer Price Index. What was the war on poverty? President Lyndon Johnson in 1964 coined the term “war on poverty.” In President Johnson’s first State of the Union address, he acknowledged that one-fifth of Americans were living in poverty and called for “a national war on poverty.” With his war on poverty, President Johnson launched Medicare and Medicaid, expanded social security benefits, solidified the food stamps program, and subsidized school districts with a large share of impoverished students. BACK TO QUESTIONS What causes poverty? The root causes of poverty are not only a lack of access to basic necessities of life like water, food, shelter, education, or healthcare. Inequities including gender or ethnic discrimination, poor governance, conflict, exploitation, and domestic violence also cause poverty. These inequities not only lead a person or a society into poverty but can also restrict access to social services that could help people overcome poverty. The places most entrenched in poverty are fragile contexts, which can be entire countries or areas of a country. In fragile states, children and communities face higher rates of poverty due to political upheaval, past or present conflict, corrupt leaders, and poor infrastructure that limits access to education, clean water, healthcare, and other necessities. BACK TO QUESTIONS What is the cycle of poverty? Poverty can be a trap. For someone to get out of poverty, they need opportunities such as education, clean water, medical facilities nearby, and financial resources. Without these basic elements, poverty becomes a cycle from one generation to the next. If families are too poor to send their children to school, their children will have a difficult time earning an income when they grow up. If a community lacks clean water, women will spend much of their day fetching water instead of earning an income. If medical facilities are far away, a parent loses income every time they take a sick child to the doctor. Natural disasters and conflict can add to the cycle of poverty or add people to it. When a natural disaster strikes an impoverished community without functional public institutions, families are more vulnerable and often lack basic resources to recover, thus further entrenching a community in poverty or jeopardizing one that had recently emerged. BACK TO QUESTIONS How can we end global poverty? We can help end global poverty by identifying what is causing poverty in a particular community and then determining what needs to change. Because poverty looks different in various places and is caused by different factors, the work to eradicate global poverty varies on the context. World Vision works with a “Theory of Change” for each community. In partnership with the community members, we determine the desired outcomes for that community and identify key steps to reach that outcome. The desired outcomes might be the same for many communities, but the path to get there depends on the context and the resources available. Perhaps infrastructure needs to be improved with new schools, medical clinics, or access to clean water. Or maybe, people need more economic resources to help boost their income so they can better provide for themselves and their families. Regardless of the solution, to ensure poverty doesn’t return, the work must be sustainable. So, the community must be involved in each step. To end extreme poverty, the U.N. estimates that the total cost per year would be about $175 billion, less than 1% of the combined income of the richest countries in the world. BACK TO QUESTIONS What progress has been made in reducing global poverty? Since 1990, more than 1 billion people have been lifted out of extreme poverty and child mortality has dropped by more than half. Reducing extreme poverty rates was a central goal in the Millennium Development Goals — eight goals signed by all United Nations member states in 2000 with a goal to achieve them by 2015. Since then, the world has made much progress in reducing global poverty. BACK TO QUESTIONS What are the Sustainable Development Goals? The Sustainable Development Goals are a plan of action for countries worldwide to unify in a global partnership for the benefit of people, the planet, and prosperity. By 2030, the Sustainable Development Goals aim to end extreme poverty for all people everywhere and at least cut in half the proportion of people living in poverty in all its forms. The United Nations’ member states adopted this goal to end poverty as one of 17 goals in September 2015. BACK TO QUESTIONS How is World Vision helping to end global poverty? Since 1950, World Vision has been working to pull up the root causes of poverty’s weeds and plant the seeds of change. We see the multidimensional reality of global poverty, and so our work targets the biggest challenges: hunger and food security, clean water, health, education, economic empowerment, gender equality, disability inclusion, spiritual poverty, disaster relief, and child protection. With our donors’ support, in a single year we worked to: Bring clean water to 3.3 million people Assist 12 million people with food projects Impact 1.4 million jobs Transform the lives of more than 2.8 million sponsored kids Help 20.1 million disaster survivors and refugees Improve the quality of education for children in nearly 50 countries Distribute almost 16.7 million long-lasting insecticidal bed nets As a child-focused organization, World Vision sees children as a community’s most precious resource and central to addressing poverty. Our development approach focuses on children and seeks to empower their families, local communities, and partners to address the underlying causes of poverty, so children and the community can prosper. Since poverty is different in each context, World Vision works with communities, families, local leaders, and children themselves to identify solutions and transform lives. We are expanding our focus to fragile contexts because, although they are difficult places to work, they are also where the most vulnerable children increasingly live. By 2030, it is estimated that 67% of the world’s extremely poor will live in fragile contexts. Have fun shopping! 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