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If debt were bad, we wouldn’t have many rich Americans, says investment adviser and financial planner Ike Ikokwu. “The three most common ways people in this country get rich all involve using debt,” he says. “They use it to launch businesses, invest in real estate or pay for advanced degrees in order to become high-income earners.” Ikokwu, author of “Winning the Money Game: Separating the Myths from the Truth,” (www.winningthemoneygame.net ) says admonishments to “stay out of debt” are just one of the myths that prevent people from gaining financial independence. “My definition of being ‘debt-free’ is to have enough money so that you can pay off your debt at any time – if you need to,’’ he says. “But you don’t necessarily want to do that. Good debt can save you money on taxes, increase your investment gains and allow you to take advantage of wealth-building opportunities. Bad debt, on the other hand, is like having a big hole in your money bucket.”
An unprecedented redistribution of jobs, population, and wealth is under way in America, and it is likely to accelerate in the years to come. America’s new economic map shows growing differences, not just between people but especially between communities. In this important and persuasive book, U.C. Berkeley economist Enrico Moretti provides a fresh perspective on the tectonic shifts that are reshaping America’s labor market—from globalization and income inequality to immigration and technological progress—and how these shifts are affecting our communities. Drawing on a wealth of stimulating new studies, Moretti uncovers what smart policies may be appropriate to address the social challenges that are arising. We’re used to thinking of the United States in dichotomous terms: red versus blue, black versus white, haves versus have-nots. But today there are three Americas. At one extreme are the brain hubs—cities like San Francisco, Boston, Austin, and Durham—with a well-educated labor force and a strong innovation sector.
A bestselling author’s groundbreaking eating plan that challenges the notion that starch is unhealthy From Atkins to Dukan, the fear-mongering about carbs over the past few decades has reached a fever pitch; the mere mention of a starch-heavy food is enough to trigger a cavalcade of shame and longing. In The Starch Solution, bestselling diet doctor and board-certified internist John A. McDougall, MD, and his kitchen-savvy wife, Mary, turn the notion that starch is bad for you on its head. The Starch Solution is based on a simple swap: fueling your body primarily with carbohydrates rather than proteins and fats. This will help you lose weight and prevent a variety of ills. Fad diets come and go, but Dr. McDougall has been a proponent of the plant-based diet for decades, and his medical credibility is unassailable.
The publication of Jarhead launched a new career for Anthony Swofford, earning him accolades for its gritty and unexpected portraits of the soldiers who fought in the Gulf War. It spawned a Hollywood movie. It made Swofford famous and wealthy. It also nearly killed him.Now with the same unremitting intensity he brought to his first memoir, Swofford describes his search for identity, meaning, and a reconciliation with his dying father in the years after he returned from serving as a sniper in the Marines. Adjusting to life after war, he watched his older brother succumb to cancer and his first marriage crumble, leading him to pursue an excessive lifestyle in Manhattan that brought him to the brink of collapse.
This morning I will talk with Rik Deitsch, author of Invisible Killers; The Truth About Environmental Genocide. As a board certified doctor in internal medicine, pulmonary and critical care medicine, he has written about the many toxins that invade our homes and bodies. So begins the exposé that educates readers about the very real dangers that surround us every day in the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the foods we eat. These environmental toxins can build up in our bodies, causing disease and even death. www.invisiblekillers.com
Patricia Bragg has been a Health Consultant to American Presidents and British Royalty, to Betty Cuthbert, Australia’s “Golden Girl,” who holds 16 world records and four Olympic gold medals in women’s track and to New Zealand’s Olympic Track and Triathlete Star, Allison Roe. Among those who come to her for advice are some of Hollywood’s top Stars from Clint Eastwood to the ever-youthful singing group, The Beach Boys and their families, Singing Stars of the Metropolitan Opera and top Ballet Stars. Patricia’s message is of world-wide appeal to people of all ages, nationalities and walks-of-life. Those who follow The Bragg Healthy Lifestyle, and attend Bragg Crusades world-wide are living testimonials, like ageless, super athlete, Jack LaLanne, who at age 15 went from sickness to Total Health! Patricia inspires you to Renew, Rejuvenate and Revitalize your life with “The Bragg Healthy Lifestyle” Books and Crusades worldwide. Millions have benefited from these life-changing events with a longer, healthier and happier life! http://bragg.com