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Busting Loose From The Business Game: Mind-Blow... !!TOP!!


  • The Business Game—and how you can win!Are you a business owner, manager, or employee who struggles with: Taxes, cash flow, sales, and profits

  • Marketing and advertising effectiveness

  • Hiring, motivating, and managing talent

  • The economy, stock market, and competitors

  • Bosses, boards, stockholders, and partners

  • Never-ending to-do lists and sacrificing your quality of life to succeed?

  • If you answered "yes" to any of these, you've been playing The Business Game and suffering the consequences. Even if you're rolling in profits right now, there are hidden costs you're paying to earn that money—money that's always at risk. You learned "the rules" and you've been faithful to them, thinking you can win. But you can't really win The Business Game, because it's designed to be unwinnable—that is, as long as you play by the rules you were taught. The only way to truly win is to bust loose from the "old" game and start playing a new game with a new set of rules. This book helps you discover who you really are, what you're really capable of, and how you can tap new sources of power, wisdom, and abundance to radically transform your experience in business. When you bust loose from the old game, you'll suddenly be playing a new game: For the sheer pleasure of playing, with no worries about sales, marketing, profits, cash flow, taxes, other people, or personal income

  • Entirely unaffected by the economy, stock market, competitors, or technological innovation

  • Having more fun with less effort than you've ever experienced

  • Doing only what you love to do—all day, every day

  • Watching as amazing results come your way, without having to "make it happen"

It may sound unbelievable, but it's entirely possible. You can do it—if you open your mind and embrace the strategies in this book. Busting Loose from The Business Game leads you into a New Business Game filled with results and satisfaction beyond anything you've ever imagined possible. Read on . . . and bust loose!




Busting Loose from the Business Game: Mind-Blow...



ROBERT SCHEINFELD is the New York Times bestselling author of the Wiley titles Busting Loose from The Money Game and The 11th Element, as well as The Invisible Path to Success. For more than twenty years, he has helped people in more than 190 countries create extraordinary results in less time, with less effort, and with much more fun. His passion is helping others bust loose from their limitations so they can create and enjoy their ideal lifestyle.


Robert Scheinfeld, author of the Wall Street Journal bestseller The 11th Element, is back with a guide to help people make money a non-issue in their lives. No matter how well people play, and no matter how much money they pile up while playing, they just can\'t win the money game. There\'s always a price to pay in the form of stress, anxiety, pain, loss, or disillusionment, if they play according to the rules, regulations, and structure they\'re taught growing up. The only way to truly win is to bust loose from the game entirely and create a new set of rules. In Busting Loose from the Money Game, Scheinfeld presents mind-blowing strategies for doing just that. It\'s a radical new way of thinking and living that will have millions of Americans setting their own course for a truly prosperous future.


ROBERT SCHEINFELD is the bestselling author of The Invisible Path to Success and the Wiley title The 11th Element. For more than twenty years, he has helped individuals in more than 190 countries create extraordinary results, in less time, with less effort, and with much more fun. His passion is helping others bust loose from their limitations while carving out and living their ultimate lifestyle. Permissions Request permission to reuse content from this site


I think the lesson we can take from this incident, which shook Red Sox Nation -- forcing Hub fans to actually spend work time discussing it! -- is that I got into the wrong business. You get on the radio or TV, you can say whatever you want, and as long as it's not racist, you're good.


Of course the temptation is to continue along well worn paths. The status quo has the advantage of reality, but history is strewn with the wreckage of nations which sought their future in their past. Catastrophe has resulted far less often from conscious decisions than from the fear of breaking loose from established patterns through the inexorable march towards cataclysm because nobody knew what else to do. The paralysis of policy which destroyed Europe in 1914 would surely destroy the world if we let it happen again in the nuclear age.


If the Premiership clubs crave a quiet life, they must pray that Robinson coaxes something remarkable from his charges tomorrow. A red rose victory is not beyond the realms of the possible, far from it. But there is no likelihood about it. Two years ago under Johnson, England pitched up in Dublin on Grand Slam business and swaggered their way to the Six Nations title, humiliating a decent Irish side and embarrassing their president, Mary McAleese, in the process. They could not have cared less who they upset that day, such was their air of inner strength.


While the economies could be rebuilt from the COVID-19 pandemic, the social impacts will endure for a long period of time and fundamentally highlight the need for improved governance. However, the government is often constrained by the cost of oversight (e.g., manpower, money, time, etc.) and cannot oversee the entire process at all times. Take-away food is an important form of food and drinks consumption in many cities, making government regulation more difficult. As a result, take-away food marketers have shown the characteristics of large quantity, small scale, wide dispersion, and uneven levels of quality, which undoubtedly cut across the regional boundaries of local regulation and pose risks in multiple ways in the age of epidemics. First, the geographic location of restaurant patrons extends further, so that the food supply chain often spans multiple regulatory regions, and the spillover effects of risk are greater than in traditional settings. Second, as well as the wide range of movements of food delivery staff and a large number of people in contact with them (including restaurant stores and consumers), risks can be rapidly transmitted. Third, takeaway foods are open for business day and night, but on-site sampling and inspection cannot be conducted at all times. Consequently, during an epidemic, takeaway foods face greater safety implications and greater difficulty in monitoring food safety.


Moreover, the whole business of when they should be let loose with the credit card needs to be overhauled. There have been several examples, stretching back to Warren Gatland's tenure as coach, of the national management wanting a better spread of players around the country, only to be confounded by provincial pressures.


MAY SWEEPS REDEFINES 'MUST SEE TV' WITH HISTORIC ONE-HOUR SERIES FINALES OF CLASSIC COMEDIES 'FRIENDS' AND 'FRASIER' Fresh Programs Also Include Memorable Season Finales, Ground-shaking Miniseries "10.5," Guest-stars such as Jennifer Lopez, Jason Biggs, Gene Simmons, Thandie Newton, Kate Jackson, Henry Winkler, Jane Krakowski, Laura Linney, Everlast, Rosie Perez, John Cleese, Robbie Coltrane, Tara Reid, Tom Skerritt and Marlo Thomas, Among Others and "The Mentalist" SpecialIn one of the most historic and memorable May sweeps ever, NBC joins America in saying goodbye to two iconic television series in "Friends" and "Frasier" with one-hour series finales balanced between a lineup that includes other milestone season finales, the earth-shaking miniseries "10.5," "The Mentalist" special and a "Must See TV" roster of series guest stars including Jennifer Lopez, Jason Biggs, Gene Simmons, Thandie Newton, Kate Jackson, Henry Winkler, Jane Krakowski, Laura Linney, Everlast, Rosie Perez, John Cleese, Robbie Coltrane, Tara Reid, Tom Skerritt and Marlo Thomas.Among other guest stars are Anthony La Paglia, Jennifer Beals, Tim Curry, Cynthia Gibb, Barry Bostwick, Scott Foley, Christa Miller, Anna Faris and Michael T. Weiss.In addition, between April 29-May 26, last summer's unscripted drama series, "The Restaurant," will continue with new episodes while "Fear Factor" weighs in with special themed episodes -- including one featuring second chances for non-winning contestants.Both of the finales for "Friends" (Thursday, May 6, 9-10 p.m. ET) and "Frasier" (Thursday, May 13, 9-10 p.m. ET) will be preceded by memorable one-hour retrospectives of each series' favorite moments.A summary of primetime series sweeps highlights follows:THURSDAY, APRIL 29FRIENDS -- (8:00-8:32 p.m.)"The One With Rachel's Going Away Party"'FRIENDS' FINALE NEARS WHEN RACHEL SAYS GOODBYE AS HER NEW LIFE IN PARIS BECKONS -- As Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) prepares to leave for Paris, the gang tosses her a farewell party, but rather than face them together, she takes each friend aside to offer a private goodbye. At the same time, Monica (Courteney Cox-Arquette) barks out strict orders as she precisely packs for her new life in the suburbs with Chandler (Matthew Perry) and they keep a watchful eye on the extremely pregnant mother (guest star Anna Faris, "Scary Movie 3") of their future adopted child. Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow and David Schwimmer also star.FRIENDS - (8:32-9:05 p.m.)"The One With the Birth Mother" (Repeat)OH BABY! CHANDLER A DOCTOR AND MONICA A REVEREND? BIRTH MOTHER MISTAKENLY THINKS SO AS ANNA FARIS ('SCARY MOVIE 3') GUEST-STARS -- A nervous Monica (Courteney Cox Arquette) and Chandler (Matthew Perry) head to Ohio to meet a prospective birth mother (guest star Anna Faris, "Scary Movie 3") but the pregnant woman labors under the false impression that Chandler is a doctor and Monica is a reverend -- and the couple are so eager to adopt that they don't want to tell her the truth. Elsewhere, another mixup allows Ross (David Schwimmer) to get in touch with his feminine side when he agrees to let Rachel (Jennifer Aniston) pick out some new duds before going on a promising date while Joey (Matt LeBlanc) is not afraid to use his fork to fend off a skinny new admirer (guest star Anna Parisse) who likes to pick off food from his plate. Lisa Kudrow also stars.WILL & GRACE -- (9:05-9:59 p.m. ET)"I Do, Oh, No You Di-in't"MARRY ME IN VEGAS; SUPERSTAR JENNIFER LOPEZ, TIM CURRY & HARRY CONNICK JR. GUEST-STAR -- Opting to forgo a picturesque fall wedding to elope in Las Vegas, Karen (Megan Mullally) hops a plane to "Sin City" with fianc? Lyle (guest star John Cleese, "Monty Python") and faithful friends Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) -- but when she bumps into vacationing superstar Jennifer Lopez (as herself), she asks J-Lo to sing at the ceremony. Meanwhile, Leo (guest star Harry Connick, Jr.) returns from Cambodia to meet up with Grace (Debra Messing) at the wedding, but their reunion is delayed by a freak design accident. Shelley Morrison also stars while Tim Curry ("The Rocky Horror Picture Show") also guest stars as Lyle's visiting brother Marion.ER -- (9:59-11:00 p.m. ET)"Abby Normal"DR. WEAVER MAY LOSE BABY WHILE DR. CARTER MAKES WAVES IN FAMILY FORTUNE; THANDIE NEWTON RETURNS TO GUEST-STAR -- A panic-stricken Dr. Weaver (Laura Innes) faces a life-defining moment when she is ordered to give up her son to the Lopez family while Dr. Carter (Noah Wyle) greets a returning Kem (guest star Thandie Newton, "Mission: Impossible 2") -- but their meeting with his father (guest star Michael Gross, "Family Ties") is tense after Carter announces plans for his grandmother's estate. Elsewhere, Abby (Maura Tierney) is in the midst of her psychiatric rotation and tries to help a seizure-prone mother with a controversial drug treatment. Meanwhile, Neela (Parminder Nagra) impresses everyone with her lab research, especially when she helps one of the reckless students after he experiments on himself. In addition, Dr. Kovac's (Goran Visnjic) relationship with Sam (Linda Cardellini) and her son Alex grows awkward when his father returns. Alex Kingston, Ming-Na and Mekhi Phifer also star.FRIDAY, APRIL 30DATELINE NBC -- (8:00-10:00 p.m. ET)"Show #60"THIRD WATCH -- (10:00-11:00 p.m. ET)"Higher Calling"HEADLESS TORSO LEADS TO GRIEF IN PRECINCT HOUSE; 1970S ICONS KATE JACKSON AND HENRY WINKLER GUEST-STAR AS PROBLEM PARENTS -- When the officers find a headless torso, they have no idea that one of their own will later share in the worst kind of grief while Yokas (Molly Price) is appalled when she probes possible child abuse charges against a dysfunctional mother (guest star Kate Jackson, "Charlie's Angels") and father (Henry Winkler, "Happy Days")-- the latter a questionable lawyer. While the cops sympathize with their mournful fellow officer, Yokas doggedly pursues the mysterious background of the recovering girl's birth mother but time away from her family could jeopardize her own domestic tranquility. Coby Bell, Kim Raver, Carlos Ruivivar, Skipp Sudduth and Jason Wiles also star.SATURDAY, MAY 1NBC MOVIE OF THE WEEK -- (8:00-10:00 p.m. ET)"Twister" (Repeat)Academy ("As Good As It Gets"), Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner ("Mad About You") Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton ("Titanic") star in one of the most mind blowing-and wind-blown-motion pictures of all time -- "Twister." Two rival teams of scientists, known as storm chasers, catch more than they bargain for when each pursue a massive storm system in Oklahoma. Hunt and Paxton star as Jo and Bill Harding, an estranged couple thrown back together to fight the extremely rare 'f5' twister. The executive producers are Steven Spielberg ("Saving Private Ryan"), Walter Parkes ("Amistad"), Laurie MacDonald ("Men in Black") and Gerald R. Molen ("Schindlers List"). The producers are Kathleen Kenedy ("Schindler's List"), Ian Bryce ("Speed") and Michael Crichton (NBC's "ER"). The director is Jan De Bont ('Speed'). The cast also includes Cary Elwes ("Wish You Were Dead"), Jami Gertz ("Seven Girlfriends") and Lois Smith ("Tumbleweeds"). LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT -- (10:00-11:00 p.m. ET)"Ritual" (Repeat)DETECTIVES ENTER THE WORLD OF SANTERIA IN SEARCH OF CHILD KILLER-- The discovery of the torso of a 7-year-old Nigerian boy leads Detectives Benson (Mariska Hargitay) and Stabler (Christopher Meloni) in search for a rogue Santeria practitioner reviving the old traditions of human-sacrifice. However, when the Detectives discover that the sacrifice could have been staged to hide a sex related homicide, they uncover an illegal slave smuggling business. Dann Florek, Richard Belzer, Ice-T and Diane Neal also star.SUNDAY, MAY 2DATELINE NBC -- (7:00-9:00 p.m. ET)"Show #61"10.5 -- (9:00-11:00 p.m. ET)"Part 1"KIM DELANEY, BEAU BRIDGES, FRED WARD & DULE HILL STAR IN GROUNDBREAKING MINISERIES EVENT -- The earth-rattling miniseries -- named after a monstrous and destructive "10.5" quake that shatters the register on the noted Richter scale -- stars Kim Delaney ("NYPD Blue") as Dr. Samantha Hill, an intellectual earthquake research scientist at a noted university in Washington state. Dr. Hill's alternative theories -- which test the boundaries of current research -- and her take-charge attitude cause friction with her peers. The controversial Dr. Hill is effectively entrusted with saving the West Coast from a series of earthquakes that threaten to permanently separate it from the rest of North America. Beau Bridges ("The Agency") also stars as President Paul Hollister, who joins with Roy Nolan (Fred Ward, "Sweet Home Alabama"), Executive Director of F.E.M.A., as they attempt to prevent the catastrophic natural disaster. Dule Hill (NBC's "The West Wing"), Ivan Sergei (NBC's "Crossing Jordan"), John Schneider ("Smallville") and Kaley Cucco ("8 Simple Rules") also star in the film.MONDAY, MAY 3FEAR FACTOR -- (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET)"#432 - 2nd Chance Episode"MANY HAPPY RETURNS; SPECTACULAR STUNTS -- A new episode features six of "Fear Factor's" favorite lovable losers from previous episodes as they return to attempt some of the show's most spectacular stunts to date. Among them is an aeronautical first involving a beam walk suspended over water -- and below two helicopters high requiring the transfer of flags. Another requires driving an automobile up a ramp, flipping the vehicle, and sending it sailing across a moving train. Joe Rogan hosts.10.5 -- (9:00-11:00 p.m. ET)"Part 2"KIM DELANEY, BEAU BRIDGES, FRED WARD & DULE HILL STAR IN CONCLUSION OF GROUNDBREAKING MINISERIES EVENT -- In the conclusion of the earth-rattling miniseries -- named after a monstrous and destructive "10.5" quake -- stars Kim Delaney ("NYPD Blue") as Dr. Samantha Hill, an intellectual earthquake research scientist at a noted university in Washington state. Dr. Hill's alternative theories -- which test the boundaries of current research -- and her take-charge attitude cause friction with her peers. The controversial Dr. Hill is effectively entrusted with saving the West Coast from a series of earthquakes that threaten to permanently separate it from the rest of North America. Beau Bridges ("The Agency") also stars as President Paul Hollister, who joins with Roy Nolan (Fred Ward, "Sweet Home Alabama"), Executive Director of F.E.M.A., as they attempt to prevent the catastrophic natural disaster. Dule Hill (NBC's "The West Wing"), Ivan Sergei (NBC's "Crossing Jordan"), John Schneider ("Smallville") and Kaley Cucco ("8 Simple Rules") also star in the film.TUESDAY, MAY 4NBC SPECIALS -- (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET)"The Most Outrageous Game Show Moments 4"NBC brings back more laughs with the latest in the popular series of game-show specials that will feature even more clips that have not been seen on network television. Co-hosted by Bob Eubanks ("The Newlywed Game") and Chuck Woolery ("Lingo"), the special includes other comical, unscripted moments between contestants from past and present game shows. "The Most Outrageous Game Show Moments, 4" is produced by NBC Studios. Scott Satin (NBC's "Meet My Folks") is creator/executive producer and writer.FRASIER -- (9:00-9:30 p.m. ET)"Crock Tales"AN OLD CROCK TELLS TALES - ROSIE PEREZ ("Do the Right Thing") GUEST-STARS - Frasier (Kelsey Grammer) stumbles across an old earthenware crock in his kitchen that brings back many tales and memories, including Roz's (Peri Gilpin) failed attempt to set Frasier up with her obnoxious friend Lisbeth, (guest star Rosie Perez) which turned into a sticky situation. David Hyde Pierce, John Mahoney and Jane Leeves also star.SCRUBS -- (9:30-10:00 p.m. ET)"My Best Friend's Wedding"THE WEDDING DAY FINALLY ARRIVES FOR TURK AND CARL WHILE, JD STRUGGLES TO MEND HIS RELATIONSHIP WITH ELLIOT; SCOTT FOLEY, TARA REID, FREDDY RODRIGUEZ, AND CHRISTA MILLER GUEST-STAR -- On the day of his wedding Turk (Donald Faison), picks up an extra shift at the hospital to get some extra time off for his honeymoon. Inevitably, what should be a very simple procedure turns into a life-or-death situation when he discovers complications with his patient and gets stuck at the hospital. Meanwhile, a stressed-out Carla (Judy Reyes) tries to manage the situation at the church while her groom is missing even as her brother Mark (guest star Freddy Rodriguez) continues to antagonize her. After telling Elliot (Sarah Chalke) he is not in love with her, JD (Zach Braff) tries to mend their friendship by getting Sean (guest star Scott Foley) back together with Elliot. John C. McGinley, Ken Jenkins, and Neil Flynn also star.LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT -- (10:00-11:00 p.m. ET)"Bound"THE ELDERLY BECOME A TARGET FOR MURDER; TONY WINNER JANE KRAKOWSKI GUEST-STARS -- When a wealthy senior citizen is found raped and murdered in


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