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Archive for April, 2014

The Silk Road to Ecuador

Lie Down With Silk & Daggers is one of many books published by delegates of our Writer’s Camps. Many readers write that they want to move to Ecuador for a better life but cannot afford to make the move.  One way to overcome such obstacles is by learning how to earn more doing something you […]

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June Ecuador Get Together?

We have added new courses for our 2014- 2015 schedule Super Thinking + Spanish  July 18, 19, 20 and a Global Investing seminar in Montreal, October 10, 11, 12.    . We completed the last “Ecuador Get Together” and trying to decide whether to sponsor another in June.   Are you interested? If so, please let […]

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Cascades in Ecuador

The National Psyche creates cascades that can help you earn in Ecuador… or anywhere. Many of our Self Publishing readers use Facebook as one of their marketing tools.  An MIT article “The Curious Nature of Sharing Cascades on Facebook” helps explains how to maximize Facebook in business. Image from MIT Technology Review article “The Curious […]

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Cuenca Ecuador Real Estate Story

Cuenca Ecuador Real Estate Story Cuenca real estate A reader sent me this story which is like too many other I have read. This is why we always recommend to be sure to complete your due diligence when you buy real estate or do business in Ecuador.  Always use an independent Ecuador attorney who represents […]

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Shamanic Sounds in Ecuador

There is power in sound that has a crucial impact on our intelligence. The shamanic tradition in Ecuador is that Andean shamans wear white. So do Andean musicians. This is because the ancient Andean cultures in the Andes see music as a form for gaining intelligence and natural health. We continually look for ways to […]

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Ecuador Legitimacy

Illegitimi Non Carborundum‬ means do not let the “Illegitimate wear you down”.    This is such a powerful thought that provides simplicity in a complex world. We can quickly and easily filter out what to believe and what not by checking legitimacy. Take governments as an example.  If a government creates a new law or regulation, […]

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