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We all remember the story of King Midas who wanted to own all the gold in the world. One day, a fairy had granted his wish. Today, there is a company that works to make people more successful and even wealthy. It is called the Midas Legacy, a research services company. The Midas Legacy has their main headquarters in Winter Garden, Florida. They do have their own website that is filled with suggestions for having wealth in areas such as health, becoming an entrepreneur, investments, real estate investments, and planning for retirement. Unlike King Midas who loved his gold more than anything in the world, Midas Legacy is willing to share their fortune with those who are less fortunate including St Jude Children’s Hospital for cancer research, Wounded Warriors for injured war veterans, the Salvation Army, and the ASPCA.
It is said that the best way to achieve success in anything is to ask the advice of someone who has achieved success.The Midas Legacy is featuring three successful people with some tips: Jim Samson, Sean Bower, and Mark Edwards. Jim Samson who is a successful publisher and author is also a success in real estate, says that you need to identify patterns. He says there are two patterns; these patterns are called the societal pattern of generations and the patterns of current generations.
Sean Bower is a journalist who is also an expert in the financial field. He says that to achieve success, a person needs to be a better and more enlightened version of their true self.
Mark Edwards is The Midas Legacy’s leading expert in the health field. He believes that the way to get that “pot of gold” is to trick your brain. There is natural wealth and real wealth. Keeping your body in healthy shape is most important for the quest of monetary wealth. You need to ask yourself why, before you get to the how. Trick your brain into thinking you are a morning person. Edwards suggests that a person who wants to be wealthy should get to bed earlier and get up early. Benjamin Franklin believed that wealth and wisdom were credited to going to bed early and rising early. Why a morning person? Morning people can get more work done during the day than night people. Edwards goes further than that. He believes that people should exercise regularly, cut out alcohol and nicotine.
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