A Happy Pocket Full of Money features:
--How to use an internal mantra to build wealth consciousness.
--How to be conscious and deliberate about your thoughts and intentions.
--How to decide, define, and set goals you can believe in.
--How to act on your beliefs and overcome challenges.
--How to incorporate gratitude, giving, and faith to experience abundance and joy in life.
This inspirational book will change how you view and create money, wealth, and happiness in your life.
About the Author
David Cameron Gikandi is a native of Kenya and currently lives in Mombasa. He holds a BSc. in International Business from Jacksonville University, Florida, USA. He has an MSc. in Information Technology from Griffith University (Queensland, Australia). He is a real estate promoter and investor in Kenya. He also has an active seminar and motivational presence on the Internet. David was also the Creative Consultant onThe Secret.
Bob Doyle is the author of Follow Your Passion, Find Your Power.
Reviewer's Notes - David Lintner: There are so many "get rich" books published that simply rehash the same old, not necessarily useful or effective techniques. After all, if these books worked, maybe there would be more readers getting rich? Just a thought. This one is different. It seems to be derived or at least influenced by Science of Mind, practice of the Church of Religious Science, founded in 1927 by Ernest Holmes. Or maybe I'm way off here and the author just stumbled on the same principles.
It is about understanding that wealth is more than just having money. It is about having a sense of wealth in yourself. Wealth consciousness isn't the law of attraction a la "The Secret," it is more than that. The author also ties in some recent research in the world of theoretical physics to support his techniques.
I don't know if this technique is any more effective than the others I have read, but heck, it won't hurt to try. If by this time next year, I'm rollin in dough and feeling good about myself, I'll let you know.
Publisher: Hampton Roads Publishing (October 1, 2011)
Available at Hampton Roads and retail and online sellers