How To Books And Pages Presented On This Web Site

Our website is dedicated to providing how to books and self help books that will empower you.  This page appears in the navigation bar to provide a quick reference directory.

“Reading furnishes the mind only with materials of knowledge; it is thinking that makes what we read ours.  John Locke

You'll be able to check out the topics for personal development, ending procrastination and improving your cardiovascular system health through better diet and timely reports.

You'll also be able to see self help books to assist you in planning for the future and being prepared with options in this uncertain global financial situation.   As your children's most important teacher, it is up to you to give them a sound financial base.

Cardiovascular System Pages

Timely Information About Condition Prevention And Reversal

Stress is a contributor to most health issues.  In the block below, you'll find some pages to help you overcome this challenge.

One of the most feared medical conditions facing an aging population is Alzheimer's disease.  We include the pages on this dreadful condition within the cardiovascular system section because we are learning more about the connections between brain illness and heart disease. 

The block below contains our pages related to Alzheimer's disease.

Heart attack and stroke.  These two form a one-two punch that heads the list in terms of death around the world.  But the risks from both killers can be reduced or even eliminated with better knowledge and better decisions.

In the next block you'll find our pages about heart disease and stroke.

Statins are one of the most controversial drugs in existence.  Millions of dollars in profit are generated by the sale of these prescription treatments.  But are the "remedies" worse than the disease they are supposed to control?   Just below are our pages about statins.

Type 2 diabetes used to considered a problem for older people.  But lousy diets and lack of exercise are rapidly bringing down the age brackets effected by this fully avoidable disease.  Here are some pages about type 2 diabetes.  I've also included a page found under the Alzheimer's disease block.  The link is too obvious to ignore any longer.

Belly fat is a source of jokes.  But it is no laughing matter.  Many of the health challenges detailed in this page begin with too much weight around the middle.  Here are some pages about fixing that problem.

In this block we've included topics about other health challenges.

Nutrition And Diet Pages For A Healthy Life

The block below contains our pages devoted to the Mediterranean diet.

Dr. David Kessler's amazing book, "The End Of Overeating" is a must read for everyone, in particular for parents who should always serve as the most important teacher to their children.

The call out box just below includes all three parts of the series describing how we become slowly hooked by the carefully planned methods of food producers.  They are much more subtle than the drug dealer in the trench coat at the end of a dark street.

In the next call out box we highlight our pages centering around food safety and the hidden dangers within some of what we eat everyday.

The following block contains a group of pages related to cardiovascular system health.  Some were written before we added the navigation button dedicated to the Mediterranean diet.

We're learning more everyday about the dangers of gluten.  It's much more than just celiac disease.  Research indicates that gluten can damage our brain, gut microbe and cardiovascular system.  In the block below, you'll find our pages about gluten.


"Teach Your Children Well"

Information about time management, goal setting and financial literacy that schools do not teach.

We are our children's most important teachers.  In the block below you'll find some pages specifically written to aid in the formative stages of that role.

Student loan debt is crushing not only the graduates who carry the debt, but also their parents who are often linked to the financial burden.  And ultimately, the tax payers who "co-signed" with their tax dollars are on the hook as well.  The following block provides some insight into this national problem.

Our children do as they see us do.  Our quest for knowledge and our drive to increase our own financial literacy and decision-making skills will be their guide.  In the next block I've included some information about mindsets of success as opposed to a need to "let the government take care of us."

Setting the proper mindset is vital for our next generation, as well as our own age group.  The pages that follow are designed to help with creating that winning perspective.

Economics is a subject that is so often misunderstood.  This is most evident in the proclamations of "economists" who have never run a business, never hired anyone, and spent their entire careers in classrooms soaking up taxpayer dollars made available by overpriced fluff classes that become debt burdens carried by graduates for decades.

It is our job as our children's most important teachers to show them how money really works and how they can prepare themselves for any situation.

Time is a powerful investing tool.  It's never too late to begin, but by starting early, amazing results are possible.  In this block, we list some pages to get the next generation off to a fast start.

Just below are a few more pages to help the next generation understand some of the things that will affect their economic futures.


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Just below is a quote from "Don't Sweat The Small Stuff" by Richard Carlson.  The chapter title is "Open Your Heart To Compassion." 

"Every day we are given hundreds of opportunities to practice compassion in action.  We can learn to be less reactive and live with more patience.

We can smile when others are serious.  We can drive our cars more carefully, pick up litter on the streets, recycle, and reduce our consumption.

We can resolve conflicts rather than create them, and we can become less judgemental and more inclusive.  When someone is aggressive, we can teach them to be more peaceful.  Instead of waiting for an example, we can be the example.

The more compassion that enters your heart, the happier and more peaceful you will become.  By knowing that you are doing your part to create a better world-whatever form that takes-you will fill any void that exists in your life, and you will begin to find the peace you are looking for."

What's New?

Just below is an article from Peter Schiff about passing the buck from one administration to the next.

Owning The Bubble

Just below is a link to look up your congressional representatives.   Let them know you expect accountability.

Congressional Representative Look Up