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If you or someone you know is contemplating suicide, please watch this important message from Taryn Aiken Hiatt.
There's a lot of talk in the news these days about the absence of civil discourse. People are being so mean -- in person, online, and in the media. What will it take to turn things around? The answer is easier than you might think: be nice, be nice, be nice! Start by thinking before you speak, and ask yourself these questions: Is it nice? Is it necessary? Is it true? Would you want it to be said about you?
There's an old adage that says, "Nice guys finish last," but studies prove that the opposite is true. Being generous actually causes people to be more attractive. Turns out you can learn how to be nice AND still finish first. Winn Claybaugh, founder of Paul Mitchell's school division and author of Be Nice (Or Else!) redefines what being nice means and gives his simple tips about how to build the muscle of niceness.
Patrice Washington built a 7-figure real estate empire by age 25, and then lost her business, her life savings, and even her newborn son during the recession. She dedicated herself to not only rebuilding her own life but to helping others move from debt management to money mastery. Interviewed by Winn Claybaugh, this best-selling author, radio host, and leading authority on finance and entrepreneurship shares her personal story and the true definition of wealth. Patrice’s emotional and powerful interview will have you rethinking how you invest your energy and time.
Winn was on the Redefining Wealth Podcast with Patrice Washington to discuss the truth about
wealth and what it means to be a true leader.