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The Most Powerful Word- Possible


lifethewayiwantit Was reading articles on Google Reader just now and read an interesting article by Seth Godin about “All You Need to Know.”

He talks about what is possible and a powerful phrase there says “All you need to know is that it’s possible”

I think as humans, we set boundaries or out of bounds markers where we think, “That’s all we can do.”

That is why people who first stretch these boundaries and go beyond become household names. Like the first man on the moon, Neil Armstrong. It was impossible 100 years ago. But its possible now.

I am having withdrawal symptoms after reading that the blogger for Bad Money Advice is taking a break. I enjoyed reading his views even though contextually sometimes it isn’t applicable for Singapore. At least he did say that he come back to it eventually, so I’d just leave it on my Google Reader.

At least it is balanced by stumbling onto Seth Godin’s blog which is pretty good reading so far.

If you have a Google account for reading your emails, setting up Google Reader as your news and blog aggregator is one of the best thing you could do.

Tomorrow is a chance to win $5 million lottery, do you have a chance to win it? Sure, it’s possible :)

So is planning, saving plus investing and reaching that $1 million and becoming financially free. And good luck for the lottery tomorrow.

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