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56 of 61 people found the following review helpful
on August 16, 2009
Imagine you're sitting at your favorite cafe with your best friend (who just happens to be Madeleine Kay, the "Serendipity Lady" and an expert on financial abundance.) You embark on a conversation about getting rich - serendipitously rich! This is what this book feels like - an intimate conversation on wealth between you and the book's author, Madeleine Kay. In "7 ridiculously easy steps" she shows you how to become "serendipitously rich" in a fun, easy way that will reveal a new you. What I love about this book is that it's not just about becoming rich in a financial sense. It's about living an enriching life that naturally attracts abundance. Follow your dream and the money will follow. It challenges your beliefs about finances and personal self worth and invites you to celebrate a new perspective on wealth. In many ways this book is a celebration of life! It shows you how to live the dream life you were meant to live instead of just wishing. It's about replacing: "if" with "when," "should-of" with "action" and reminds me of the slogan "Just Do It!" This is more than just another book on getting rich. It's a book about life - YOUR LIFE and how to live it abundantly and become serendipitously rich in the process!
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56 of 62 people found the following review helpful
on April 19, 2010
I just received Serendipitously Rich and so far it looks great! I had not heard of it until the other day when I was buying something else on Amazon. Serendipitously Rich popped up as a suggestion. And I am glad I bought it. It is helping me finally, finally, finally start seeing money as blessing energy rather than worry energy. And this morning I got a confirmation from the universe.

Something happened this morning that is part of the new energy. My boss was going to buy a lottery ticket and offered to buy one for me. I told him I was working on seeing money as blessing type energy instead of as worry energy. He looked kind of funny and asked me to follow him to his office. He said he had been carrying this around for a long time, as a symbol of blessings. He reached into his wallet and pulled out a worn $20 bill. On it were the words, "God's blessings!" "Abundance" "Prosperity" "Joy" and maybe something else.

I was shocked! It was one I had written on several years ago and sent out to the universe! And there it was! I knew that if I ever received one of them back, blessings were on the way.

So I'm watching for the blessings. I just want everyone to know that this book is a blessing to me and to many. Keep up the great work!
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful
on August 6, 2009
For those who enjoy new age spirituality while viewing money as an ill-begotten corrosive, Madeleine Kay sets us straight. Idealism and money are not incompatible she writes. How we perceive wealth is the subject of her book. In reminding us to "live serendipitously, enjoy, prosper, and dare to be rich," Kay extends the concept of being rich beyond money. It is a mindset. In practical, and energized steps, she directs the reader on how to change for the better. Her book is well designed and punctuated with flair. Habitat for Humanity receives a percent of each sale.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful
on August 30, 2010
I have never written a book review in my life, but "Serendipitously Rich" inspired me to write my first!! I am currently reading it and I know it sounds somewhat corny but this book has LITERALLY changed my life! After years of trying to attract things into my life, I read this book, applied it's simple principles into my life and the floodgates opened. One after another, amazing things are coming into my life, questions are being answered, problems resolved - - all as if by magic. NOW I "get it"!! For the first time in 15 years I have felt PURE JOY which has brought me to tears. If you have read every self-help and metaphysical book under the sun, think you've heard it all before and still are struggling, please trust me when I tell you that this simple, lovely book will flip a switch inside of you that will change EVERYTHING. Thanks so much for everything Madeleine ... you are a true inspiration.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
on April 5, 2010
wow!!! i am half way through the Serendipitously Rich book and i'm blown away! i have known and worked with these concepts for years and i am so amazed at how madeleine has put them all together in such a delicious way. i think this book is as good as the Secret DVD. congratulations! it has the quality of channeled material....so obviously true it became part of me just by reading it. talk about easy change. yahoo. i am going to read her earlier books too as i think serendipity is THE thing too and i'm finally learning to work with it.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
on April 30, 2010
This fun, easy reading book has got me on the move, cleaning, decluttering, feeling energized AND receiving money! I can only imagine the added benefits once the 'Steps' are implemented. This may be light reading, but it is very powerful!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on February 20, 2010
Easy to read, yet deep in its message, I say this should be required reading for anyone who continually worries about their circumstances in life, financial or otherwise.
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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful
on September 13, 2010
This is simply a feel good book. It's all about positive thinking. If you're positive about what you want almost anything can work. If you're negative, oh well! If all you need is positive reinforcement then this is the book for you. If you are looking for something more substantial, with real ideas on how to make it on your own, this isn't it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on October 26, 2010
I bought and read this book a year ago and now I am re-reading it. It is presented in a light and casual manner, however this does not detract from its wisdom. It is simple yet profound. It isn't so much the way she says it, but what she is conveying. If you are concerned about punctuation you're missing the bigger picture. I liked the fact that it got me feeling good and capable of achieving my desires. A nice up-lifting book.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on January 27, 2011
What a delight this book is. Definitely the right words at the right time. A very upbeat and positive tone that can instill a "You can do it" feeling. I particularly enjoyed her take on affirmations (never worked for me either) as well as her take on visioning. I like her use of examples and her approach that the suggestions are simply those - not homework assignments. There is no guilt in this book which really appealed to me. So many methods put forth the idea that you can improve your life only if by doing so it will solve problems or benefit other people. Madeleine's approach is far more pragmatic and as I said - no guilt. I like her use of Yoda's phrase - also one of my favorite scenes..."Do or Do Not...there is no Try..." I recommend this book for people who are tired of reading the same ol' "You can attract prosperity" rhetoric reworded (and practically plagiarized) from those same themes written in the early 20th century. Madeleine's approach is truly fresh (read DIFFERENT) and sets her apart from the other self-help gurus out there. This is a keeper and one I'll definitely share with friends...
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