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Relax Into Wealth: How to Get More by Doing Less Paperback – December 28, 2006
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Alan Cohen is the author of many popular inspirational titles, including the bestseller A Deep Breath of Life. He is a contributing writer for the #1 New York Times bestselling series Chicken Soup for the Soul, and his work has been featured on Oprah.com and in 101 Top Experts. Cohen’s books (which have been translated into 24 different languages) and seminars have touched the lives of millions who have found the courage to believe in themselves and follow their dreams.
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I have read many many of the prosperity writers, from Florence Scovel Shinn (great) to Charles Fillmore to Catherine Ponder to Shakti Gawain to Wayne Dyer. I've probably forgotten a few...oh yeah, I browsed The Secret but didn't buy it. So I can't say that much that Alan writes here is new, but he has such a captivating style that the old maxims came alive and I re-caught the enthusiasm that I once had and let die out.
To me, Alan embodies great intelligence, a wonderful sense of humor, practicality, authenticity and depth. Obviously his principles have worked for him, too, since his first book was written on a borrowed typewriter in a rented attic and now he seems to be living very well in Hawaii. Of all the writers I mentioned above, he's the one I'd most like to know! I bet he'd be a lot of fun!
I've given a number of his books away as gifts (not this one, yet) and everyone said they really liked them.
I have spent my life affected by the people and things around me, as many of us have. Let's say a victim of other victims. We can spend much of our adult life trying to go through the layers that been built over the years. For me, this book has helped speed along the process of getting back to the true me.
I highly recommend this book. I will buy a few copies for a sister and a friend too.