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What I am about to share with you is one of the greatest success habits that I have.
To set the context, Wendy and I watched a movie last night called “Patriots Day” with Mark Wahlberg.


The movie is based on actual events from the Boston marathon bombing April 2013.



One of Wendy’s girlfriends was in the marathon when the bombs went off.


She was actually in between the two bombs when they exploded! 



Luckily, Wendy’s friend was not hurt physically.



The movie brought up a lot of emotions for me.
  • Sadness
  • Frustration
  • Anger
  • Empathy
  • Compassion
  • Thankfulness
  • Appreciation
  • Determination
  • Bravery
  • Love


Just to name a few.



What I shared with Wendy after, is the focus of my thoughts today. 



Again, this has been one of my greatest habits that attribute to my daily success.



It’s the habit of celebrating and appreciating all that is in my life. 



After the movie, Kadin and his girlfriend came in to say hi.



I shared with the two of them thoughts I was having from the movie.



We can go through life any way we want.


  • Happy or Sad.
  • Hero or Victim. 
  • Scarcity mindset or an Abundant one.



We can think like a consumer or that of a producer.



The daily habit of writing what I appreciate and what I celebrate has had a tremendous ripple effect for me and those around me.



After all, we can go through life any way we want. 



Why not choose to experience life with appreciation and celebration for where we have come and where we are today.


And in so doing, be filled with considerably more joy.



This ripple effect works exactly like your personal banking system.



  • Knowing versus hoping.
  • Financing your own future money decisions.
  • Leveraging a guaranteed dollar versus a dollar at risk.
  • Transferring the risk, of economic replacement value, to a life insurance company. 
And the list goes on and on.



Celebrate and appreciate daily.



Fund your cash flow life insurance policy.



Do this and live.


Do this and experience more of what is around you.


After all, it’s up to you.




In Prosperity,



Michael Isom