What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money by Valerie Cheers Brown

How do you get kids to read? I believe a kid would read a comic book before they would a book. I vision ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’s’ “What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money” being incorporated as part of the educational lesson plan curriculum in our children’s schools and parents especially need to become…

Time Discovers Truth by Valerie Cheers Brown

Society makes us believe everything but the cause to be the culprit Cancer dependably always has a cause despite what may be reported. There is no such thing as unconstrained cancer without cause, and the cancer industry who claim such wonders exist are working on only promoting making money off of the lack of knowledge…

Kids in College by Valerie Cheers Brown

My life has been always about pleasing and putting on hold when it comes to the family. I had a love for gymnastics and was put on hold because I had to help take care of my siblings according to my dad. 😉 lol I always thought I needed a degree to get a better…

Born Thinkers by Valerie Cheers Brown

“As a child I felt myself to be alone, and I am still, because I know things and must hint at things which others apparently know nothing of, and for the most part do not want to know.” — Carl Jung THAT IS WHAT I LOVE ABOUT SWISS PSYCHOLOGIST CARL JUNG’S 4 STAGES OF LIFE. AS…

Complain Very Little by Valerie Cheers Brown

Okay, I did not say don’t complain, but I did say complain very little. Why do people think that if you complain something is terribly wrong with you? Yes, I always have to be different! This is where I think that complaining can be valuable: If you are not vocal about things you don’t like,…