Karatbars a Business for Champions

Karatbars is now going to the next level. Now partnership with the most famous sport team in the world.

Real Madrid

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Martina Sáblíková 2 Gold medal, 2010 Vancouver & 2014 Sochi

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Martina Sáblíková

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Ricky Cardus Team

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 Welcome to karatbars  En Español

If you are interested to start  a new business with a strong system, contact me HERE, I can help you. I also have an extraordinary support center worldwide, daily video conferences and live chats available for you. I can guide you to be successful in the precious metal industry. I have the experience in the financial market and as a business owner in the US. Learn more about my business skill at ABOUT.

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The Good Investor

“If the individual is uneducated, anything he or she invests in will be risky. They may get lucky now and then, but in the long run, they end up giving most of the money they make back to the market. I’ve seen an uneducated investor take a great real estate investment and turn it into a run-down foreclosure. I’ve seen an uneducated investor acquire a profitable well-run business and bankrupt it.

I’ve also seen a professional investor take over an investment that a bad investor has ruined and make it a good investment again.The point I am making is that a smart investor focuses on becoming a smarter investor. So it’s not the investment that is risky—it’s the investor.”

Robert Kiyosaki

What Robert was saying was that the first step to evaluating your options was to first focus on being a better “me”. The average investor focuses only on making money. Don’t focus on the money, focus on learning to be a better investor.

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Patrick Iturra Business Analyst

If you are interested to start  a new business with a strong system, contact me HERE, I can help you. I also have an extraordinary support center worldwide, daily video conferences and live chats available for you. I can guide you to be successful in the precious metal industry. I have the experience in the financial market and as a business owner in the US. Learn more about my business skill at ABOUT.

Hockey Legend Bobby Hull & Karatbars Gold Card Limited Edition

Robert Marvin Hull, OC (born January 3, 1939) is a Canadian former ice hockey player. Regarded as one of the greatest players of all time, he was well known for his blonde hair, very fast skating speed, and very hard slapshot, which earned him the nickname “theGolden Jet”.

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In his 23 years in the National Hockey League and World Hockey Association, Hull played for the Chicago Black Hawks, Winnipeg Jets, and Hartford Whalers. He won the Hart Memorial Trophy twice and the Art Ross Trophy three times, and he helped the Black Hawks win the Stanley Cup in 1961. He was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1983.

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My organization is making history, we are changing the form that everybody looks at gold and the collector cards.

Karatbars International has now teamed up with hockey legend, Bobby Hull “The Golden Jet” Autograph Authentic, the nation’s leader in autographed collectibles and creator of the Career Jersey Brand, is pleased to announce the release of a new product line. In an exclusive agreement with the featured players, Autograph Authentic and Karatbars have successfully launched The Limited Edition 24K Gold Karat Bars, the first of its kind in the collectables industry.

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This collection will be commencing with the Bobby Hull Limited Edition Karat Bar signifying the Chicago Blackhawks. Coming soon we are introducing five more Hockey Hall of Fame Players Gold Bars each representing one of the other Original Six Hockey Teams, the Boston Bruins, Detroit Redwings, Montreal Canadians, New York Rangers and Toronto Maple Leafs. Get your limited edition Karatbars Gold Card and Own a Piece of Hockey History at karatbars International GmbH

We will continue to put value in our customers’ hands, a tangible asset. If you want to have your own branding card for your humanitarian project, and you need help fundraising to help people, call us or contact me HERE and we will help your organization complete your project. Make the difference. More about famous gold medal athletes Martina Sáblíková

10 Ways Rich People Think Differently

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Microsoft cofounder and chairman Bill Gates, who is consistently ranked as one of the richest people in the world, speaks at the 2013 Microsoft shareholders meeting.

If you ask Thomas Corley, being rich has very little to do with luck and everything to do with habits.
Corley, who spent five years monitoring and analyzing the daily activities and habits of people both wealthy and living in poverty (233 wealthy and 128 poor, specifically), isolated what he calls “rich habits” — and many of them are simply patterns of thought.

“I found in my research that wealthy people are by and large optimists,” he says. “They practice gratitude and look at happiness like a habit.”

Corley, who presents and explains many of his findings in his book “Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits Of Wealthy Individuals” and on his website, defines “rich people” as those with an annual income of $160,000 or more and a liquid net worth of $3.2 million or more, and “poor people” as those with an annual income of $35,000 or less and a liquid net worth of $5,000 or less.

Here are 10 ways Corley found that rich people think differently, based on statements with which they identify.

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1. Rich people believe their habits have a major impact on their lives.
“Daily habits are critical to financial success in life.”
Rich people who agree: 52%
Poor people who agree: 3%

Wealthy people think that bad habits create detrimental luck and that good habits create “opportunity luck,” meaning they create the opportunities for people to make their own luck. “When I looked at luck,” Corley remembers, “a lot of rich people said they were lucky and a lot of poor people said they were unlucky.”

2. Rich people believe in the American dream.
“The American dream is no longer possible.”
Rich people who agree: 2%
Poor people who agree: 87%

“The American Dream is the idea of unlimited potential, that you can make it on your own,” says Corley. In his study, the vast majority of rich people believed that wealth is a big part of the American dream (94%), and that the dream is still possible.

3. Rich people value relationships for professional and personal growth.

“Relationships are critical to financial success.”
Rich people who agree: 88%
Poor people who agree: 17%

Not only do rich people feel that their relationships are critical to their success, but they put a lot of effort into maintaining them, making a habit of calling up contacts to congratulate them on life events, wish them a happy birthday, or reaching out just to say hello. “When I applied the hello calls and the life event calls to my own life,” recalls Corley, “I ended up making another $60,000 as a result.”

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4. Rich people love meeting new people.
“I love meeting new people.”
Rich people who agree: 68%
Poor people who agree: 11%

Hand in hand with valuing relationships comes making new ones. Rich people both love meeting new people and believe that being liked is important to financial success (in fact, it’s a whopping 95% that believe in the power of likability, compared to 9% of poor people).

5. Rich people think that saving is hugely important.
“Saving money is critical to financial success.”
Rich people who agree: 88%
Poor people who agree: 52%

“Being wealthy is not just making a lot of money,” explains Corley. “It’s saving a lot, and accumulating wealth. Many of the people I studied aren’t wealthy because they made a lot, but because they saved a lot.” He’s trying to instill what he calls the 80/20 rule in his own children: Save 20% of your income while living on 80%.

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6. Rich people feel that they determine their path in life.
“I believe in fate.”
Rich people who agree: 10%
Poor people who agree: 90%

Poor people are significantly more likely to believe that genetics are important to becoming wealthy, and significantly less likely to believe that they’re the cause of their own financial status in life. “Most of the wealthy people I talked to were businesspeople who weren’t always wealthy,” Corley explains, “but they had this attitude that they could do anything.”

7. Rich people value creativity over intelligence.
“Creativity is critical to financial success.”
Rich people who agree: 75%
Poor people who agree: 11%

While rich people are more likely to believe that creativity influences success, poor people are more likely to think that being “intellectually gifted” is critical. They’re also more likely to believe that wealth is usually accidental. “If you look at my stats, you’ll find that a lot of wealthy people were C students,” says Corley. “There’s more to wealth than just being smart.”

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8. Rich people enjoy their jobs.
“I like (or liked) what I do for a living.”
Rich people who agree: 85%
Poor people who agree: 2%

“Many of the wealthy in my study loved their job — it’s not an accident,” says Corley. In fact, 86% of the wealthy worked an average of 50 hours or more per week (compared to 43% of the poor), and 81% say they do more than their job requires (versus 17%). Corley says it’s related to the idea of creativity being important to financial success: “These people found a creative pursuit that could turn into monetary value. When you engage in a creative pursuit that can make money, the rewards are often obscene.”

9. Rich people believe that their health influences their success.
“Good health is critical to financial success.”
Rich people who agree: 85%
Poor people who agree: 13%

“One of the individuals in my study told me ‘I can’t make money in a hospital bed,'” Corley remembers. “Wealthy people think that being healthy means fewer sick days, which translates into more productivity and more money.”

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10. Rich people are willing to take risks.
“I’ve taken a risk in search of wealth.”
Rich people who agree: 63%
Poor people who agree: 6%

“A lot of the wealthy people in the study were business owners who started their own businesses,” Corley explains. “They became successes because they were master self-educators who learned from the school of hard knocks.” In fact, 27% of the wealthy people in Corley’s study admit they’ve failed at least once in life or in business, compared with 2% of the poor. “Failure is like scar tissue on the brain,” Corley says. “The lessons last forever.”

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Source: Business Insider