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Get Rich, Lucky Bitch!: Release Your Money Blocks and Live a First Class Life Paperback – April 19, 2013
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About the Author
Denise Duffield-Thomas is a coach and motivational speaker who helps exceptional women create outrageous success. Her book "Lucky Bitch" is a practical and fun take on the law of attraction and what it really takes to manifest your wildest dreams. Denise holds a Business Studies degree and after university was a global coordinator for AIESEC International, based in London. Professionally, Denise has worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers, boutique consulting firm Future Considerations (favourite client, the United Nations) and for children's charity Barnardos before winning the Ultimate Job competition, a six months all expenses paid blogging gig for an Irish honeymoon company. Now the CEO of LuckyBitch.com, Denise runs mindset training programs for women, consults female entrepreneurs and travels the world speaking and attending conferences. Denise lives in sunny Newcastle, Australia with her husband Mark Duffield-Thomas.
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I'd expect this to be a great part of any self-improvement library, even if it's not your foundation book (which it is for me).
Also, I'd like to note that a great deal of the bad reviews for this book focus on the foul language. If curse words bother you, don't get this book. It's got "Bitch" in the title, for gosh sake! Take a hint.
Already great things are happening for me! It's sounds magical, but in one week I've won a contest and am getting a paid teaching position at a yoga studio. And I've had more confidence in my goals and dreams and in my online businesses. I cannot wait until more magic starts rolling in and I'm finally living my dreams.
Be warned though! Releasing blocks is heavy energetic work and your body will respond depending how much you releasing. I typically get colds or bad stomach aches, but it's your body balancing all out.
I'd recommend this book for anyone, man or woman. One of my biggest takeaways has been that I now feel like I deserve wealth and money. What this book did well was make me see that I have a lot of guilt and fear about money, I didn't think I deserved to make money, I didn't think it was possible to make the amount of money that I wanted. A lot of the work is about increasing your self-esteem so you believe in yourself and believe you deserve to have what you want. Even if you are skeptical and even if the manifestations don't work for you, you will at least leave this book with a better understanding of yourself and your self-worth. You will see what you DO have in your life and be grateful for it. Carrying around gratitude in your life feels great and affects all aspects of your life.
In the short time I've been manifesting I have received my biggest paycheck in the past year at my job I've been working at for a year; cat litter days before I was about to buy it myself; what I see as the beginning of a trickle of money in the form of a penny that flew off my boyfriend's soda cup, fell down the back of his shirt, the back of his pant leg and into his shoe so that he brought it home, told me the funny story about it and gave it to me. When things start coming to you it feels freaky but it's also fun. I feel optimistic about money for the first time in my life.