I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting sponsored by Publishers Clearing House. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating. I can remember seeing on television commercials as a kids when Publishers Clearing House would knock on the door of an winner and announce that they won.Showing up with a check and balloons in their hands, the looks on the winner's faces were priceless! Publishers Clearing House , a trusted name in big prize sweepstakes, has recently announced their latest contest. Publishers Clearing Houses Win $5,000 a Week Forever will award onewinner $5,000 a week for the rest of their life! The most awesome part is that you can name an inheritor of your Forever prize should you win to receive $5,000 a week for their lifetime! WOW! I always wondered what it would be like to win myself. How would I spend the money if I won? Iwould have my husband retire from his job so that our family could purchase an R.V.and travel the United States where our children will get a hands on learning experience that you just cannot get from a book. I would give a portion of the money tomy family. My church has been looking to add on to the church building, I would give them the money needed to start and complete the construction. One of my dearest friends and her husband work so hard, I would buy her family a housewhich they so deserve. We would also buy a larger home for our growing family so that when we do come back in town from our travels wewouldhavemore room.
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Of course the wealthy broke the rules and played aggressively--thats how and why they became wealthy! Those are, in essence, skills that have manifested in success. And no doubt, some of the most innovative companies in the world (including basically every .com to date) shoot first and ask questions later. But Piffs most interesting study shows moneys power to corrupt. Using a rigged Monopoly game, Piff pits two subjects head-to-head. A coin toss determines which subject will be inherently wealthier than the other, getting more money to start, more money when they cross Go, and rolling with two dice rather than one. At the end of the game, the wealthier subjects inevitably win. But strangely, when asked, even knowing that they were given every advantage in the game by nothing more than chance, they reported that they deserved to win.
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