Oh my God; my car is on fire!
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Yep, that title had me gripped too.
And a few hours later, long after I *should* have been doing something else, I was deliriously feasting on the words and wisdom found on the pages of Tim Brownson’s “How to be Rich and Happy” book.
When your car is on fire, it’s pitch black, your miles from anywhere, it’s 19 degrees below freezing and you’re without a phone what do you do?
Well, if you’re Tim Brownson, you Redefine your life!
You know how we’d all like something to change, think it would be nice if things changed or wait until this or that is in place? Tim decided in that moment that something was going to change; and it did…
He’s retired from the rat race, travels the world, has become a best selling author but most important of all – he’s HAPPY!
How many people do you know who have it all, but are still unhappy?
Tim has put twenty years of research in a book for anyone to use. You’ll learn how to define your personal vision of ‘rich’ and ‘happy’ because it’s not the same for all people. You’ll discover that attaining your goals isn’t just about thinking about them – it’s all in the ACTION baby.
With provocative questions such as “What would you be willing to die for?” to get your juices flowing and simple insights on how to tap into your unconscious mind for guidance, this book will help you unearth any conflicting values that may be undermining your progress.
You’ll figure out how to release limiting beliefs and exchange them for positive, uplifting beliefs. You’ll discover how to reset your deep beliefs about money and you’ll learn the one tiny word that will help shift your perceptions. One. Tiny. Word.
I’m only half way through the book; the exercises are revealing and I’ve learned a lot about myself already. My definition of ‘rich and happy’ has shifted enormously since I read the first page.
If your life is anything less than richly rewarding and full of happiness, why not get yourself a copy and redefine your life? You can even read the first three chapters for free.
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