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Don't Worry, Make Money: Spiritual & Practical Ways to Create Abundance and More Fun in Your Life Paperback – September 2, 1998
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An inspiring little book you can read on the run (chapters are short). It's based on the simple premise that people have an innate capacity for happiness and when happy, we are much more competent, productive, and creative. It's a kind of roadmap of the various, often unconscious, distractions that create internal anger, depression and especially worry. When aware of these negative distractions, we are able to deal with each one more effectively and our lives are greatly improved.
Carlson, a practicing psychologist and stress consultant, makes a powerful point that we have two psychological modes most of the time: Reactive and responsive. The reactive mindset impairs our judgement and decision -making; we are overly critical and negative. The responsive state of mind is relaxed; we see the big picture; we are flexible, calm and at our best. Your level of success is a direct relationship with the amount of time you spend in the responsive state of mind.
A good, fast read that will pick you up and maybe change you for the better.
I have found that living in the present really does provide me with an inexplicable level of satisfaction and well-being which go hand in hand with abundance. The idea is daunting to the mind, but if you're really curious about living fully after reading this book, then grab a copy of "Working on Yourself Doesn't Work, a Book About Instantaneous Transformation," by Ariel and Shya Kane. This book is about having a magnificent life and nothing less. The three principles of transformation the Kanes talk about touched me so profoundly that I HAVE discovered my own magnificence. No kidding! Just by being in the moment, life becomes magical.
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Such good information and direction. Very helpful, practical thoughts.this book will improve your life.Published 10 days ago by Jack Arnold
It is the only book that can help settle my anxiety and stress dealing with business. Highly recommended. It is my favorite.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Nice, easy-to-read little book with about 220 pages with plenty of good tips about toning down your stress levels and taking that energy into making money and finding abundance. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joseph H. Race
It like that for this author life is so great, so satisfying, so predictable! He is so great, so unreal.Published 8 months ago by Antonios Pappas
Don't sweat the small stuff" part 2. sadly the author died young and while working. Maybe he didnt take his own advice and stop and smell the roses. Read morePublished 16 months ago by K. Gleason
Ok, so this book is good that I order a copy of the book while still reading the copy I got at the library. Read morePublished on March 14, 2014 by Amazon Customer
Some great knowledge in this that can easily be applied to day to day life. Easy to pickup up whenever because of the way the chapters are laid out. Read morePublished on December 3, 2013 by John Bailey