Jeff Lerner | Thank & Grow Rich: A 30-Day Experiment
Thank & Grow Rich: A 30-Day Experiment in Shameless Gratitude and Unabashed Joy
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Important disclaimer. This book isn't for everyone. It's only for those who are looking to have more fun and adventure in their lives.
Thank and Grow Rich is a resource for anyone who wants to connect with the powerful energy field of nature. Pam Grout, the Warren Buffet of Happiness author, believes that it all begins with a higher frequency of joy and gratitude.
Being grateful rather than thinking puts you on an energetic frequency that calls for miracles. Science has shown that when we look at the world with gratitude and use our eyes to see beauty and wonder, it is possible to dramatically improve our daily experience.
Brazen gratitude seems to be a gateway--an entry point--to the heart of the infinite possibilities described by Grout's bestseller E-Squared. The book offers a new perspective on abundance that goes beyond financial capital. This book teaches readers how to increase their creative capital, social capital, spiritual capital, as well as their spiritual capital.
You can even use the abundance worksheet to track your thank-and grow rich portfolio. There is also a money back guarantee that offers four personalized gifts from the universe.
While your credit union may offer a butter dish and a koozie to its members, an investment in this book will provide you with your personal sign from God, an answer to a difficult question, a personalized totem and a unique gift from the natural world.
This 30-day experiment will change your life experience, and it's more important than that! From life sucks to like sucks! From woe is me, to yippieti-yi yay! !