Mon, 8 June 2015
Last Thursday on our Ask Altucher Episode #283: Will you Go Broke Choosing Yourself?
James said: "How many homeless people do you know? It's harder to become homeless than you think."
And while he still believes that to be true, James had a long-time listener write in to tell him and Claudia that the listener is homeless and living in an airport.
You'll hear the pain in Claudia's voice as she talks about this.
This person has been sending James and Claudia his daily 10 ideas for a while now, but something is missing from them. Claudia says she believes she knows the reason.
The listener doesn't have a roof over his head. And that's where he should begin.
To come up with 10 great ideas a day, James says you have to have the four legs of a complete daily practice: You have be physically healthy, emotionally healthy, mentally healthy and spiritually healthy.
Being homeless is robbing this person of all four legs.
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