One Struggle And One Life

Why Men Like George Soros Had To Struggle

Probably the most difficult aspect of success understands the struggle behind it. No one likes to be in pain, and neither do we care to wait in anticipation of it. This is just human nature and no entire fault of our own.

James Allen, in his book, “As A Man Thinketh,” said that successful people are rarely seen for the struggles they’ve had to make. In regards to George Soros, this is what we’ll discuss today. People who look from the outside in only see a partial view and are thus partially blinded. They don’t conceive the weaknesses in our strongest men or the strength in what others call the weak.

What they don’t see is the struggle that got the successful people we know of to where they are and doing what they do best. Excelling in any area of life requires effort. In a similar fashion, Mr. George Soros had to learn that something must be giving up for another “something” to be gained, which is the basic of investing. So when we see the accomplishments of one man in particular, we can only imagine the type of struggle he had to face to “get there.”

That’s why we speak of George Soros today. His current reality and brand seems larger than life and in many ways, it actually is. But he would want you to understand the real human being inside and to see that it was never easy for him. All we have to do is match someone’s success to a guiding principal. The principal is what’s used to gauge a man’s struggle and is evaluated by their living success. Read this story at about George Soros.

So consider for one moment how expansive George Soros must be. Over his lifetime alone, he’s earned in the excess of billions and in U.S. dollars. If we calculate each dollar as the value of a certain amount of struggle or something given in exchange, then the billion dollar status he has would overwhelm anyone looking from the outside in.

And this is nothing to be a ashamed of. Remember, if you’re reading this, then you’re among the other humans in the world today. Thus, we honor George Soros because he gives every living person a gigantic glimpse of hope. The hope we gather from Mr. Soros and his outstanding worth tells a secret story we all know. That story is the cost we expend from ourselves to achieve greatest.

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The cost is a particular struggle which matches its degree to the degree in which we aspire. If one man can do it, then George Soros’ story tells us that everyone can. It’s not a complicated proposition. Let George Soros be the world’s greatest example today. If this man could apply successful principles, than you can too.

There is nothing better for George than for men and women to grab hold of potential. We’re then encouraged to take it and run without looking back, having regrets and thinking twice about our destiny. Learn more about George at Biography.

How End Citizens United is Preparing for Next Year’s Election

End Citizens United announced the records of the funding that they collected over the first quarter of the year. The group intends to raise thirty-five million dollars for the midterm elections for Congress next year. End Citizens United raised $25 million during last year’s election. This is the first election cycle that they were involved. Tiffany Muller is the president and executive director of ECU. She formerly served as the deputy political director of the Senate Democrats’ campaign. She said that half of the hundred thousand people who contributed to the PAC were giving for the first time. Muller mentioned that the average contribution that they had received over the first three months was twelve dollars.


The leaders of ECU say that the goal of the group is to facilitate the election of reform champions to Congress. The donors of the PAC are people who feel that their opinions are disregarded because those who have a lot of money have the biggest say. Muller pointed out that many Democrats were not pleased with Trump’s appointment as president. They considered giving the PAC a way of fighting back. End Citizens United has been asking its donors to support the congressional campaign of Jon Ossof. Ossof is thirty years old. He is vying for the Georgia seat. The PAC has hinted that it will support Jon Tester and Sherrod Brown who are contesting for the Montana and Ohio seats respectively.


Republicans who voted to take away Medicaid were rewarded with money from a special interest group. The congressmen voted for a repeal bill that could cause millions of people to lose their healthcare coverage. It will allow insurance companies to charge people over the age of 50 more because of an age tax for seniors. People with conditions such as asthma, pregnancy, and cancer will be at risk because the bill removes some protections from the law.


The group is known as the American Action Network. It declined to disclose the source of its funding. It committed $2 million towards putting out advertising campaigns for the 21 Republican congressmen who voted for the bill. The group repaid the politicians with advertising funding that would deceive their constituents according to a statement by Tiffany Muller. She said that the House Republicans were participating in a scheme to deny hardworking Americans healthcare coverage.


The members of Congress who were part of the deal include Rodney Davis, Erik Paulsen, Paul Ryan, Greg Walden, and Darell Issa. The funding came at an opportune time since the members of Congress were preparing to go for vacation. Muller said that ECU would fight to shed light on shady activities such as this one.