“There is no way to prosperity. Prosperity is the way” Wayne Dyer
“The greatest single source of wealth is between your ears” Brian Tracy
“On the second day of this year, I was unexpectedly invited to accompany a friend to a wedding reception. As I’d come from overseas in a hurry to be with my mother who was critically ill, I’d not planned nor given thought to being equipped for a celebratory occasion. Consequently, I had to go shopping for something suitable to wear to the wedding reception.
My niece and nephew accompanied me and both were exceedingly patient and helpful in finding me something appropriate, flattering and at a price that wasn’t going to break the bank. Not an easy task even when you have oodles of time on your hands, never mind when you barely have a couple of hours!
As we looked at a number of possibilities, many of which were clearly tailored for people who were not my size, I began to notice a sense of frustration set in. I realized that this frustration was the result not just my not finding ‘the’ item but especially because I had the weight of time and cost restrictions bearing down on me!
GRATITUDE OVERCOMES LACK AND BUILDS PROSPERITY
I decided I would not be burdened by these ‘pressures’ and that, instead, I would focus on what I really liked and felt good in and leave my other concerns to ‘sort themselves’ out. Within seconds, an item that had thus far escaped our attention became apparent to my niece.
She asked me if I thought it might be suitable. I tried it on and not only did it fit perfectly, it was very flattering! Everyone who saw me in it some hours later had very nice things to say!
What does all this have to do with prosperity?
Well, prosperity is really the opposite of ‘lack’. When we feel prosperous, we feel like we have plenty, which is beyond ‘enough’.
‘Enough’ can be a limiting and limited concept. Prosperity, however, is the very opposite of lack or anything limiting. Prosperity is about having and being plentiful.
In what ways can we be prosperous?
In any number of ways. We can be prosperous in the families, friends and friendships we have. We can be prosperous in out charitable thoughts and our feelings of goodwill, peace and joy. We can be prosperous in our sense of power, our sense of time and space and in our creativity. And of course, we can be prosperous in our finances, our businesses and in our homes and gardens….”
I wrote this ebook as a means for reflection and goal setting. I also wrote it knowing that was is useful for me can also be useful for others, not necessarily in the same way, but it ways that they will discover and use.
So, in this still ‘new’ year, I am offering you my ebook as a tool for your own reflections and goal setting. In it, you’ll read how common events can be a source of insight and inspiration and how these can prompt us to move forward in life much more powerfully, productivly and prosperously.
The 10 themes that I write about in this book are:
The Inner Journey
These are everyday life themes which we often miss or ignore in our desperate need to ‘keep up’! But what are we trying to ‘keep up’ with? Is there a different way? You bet there is! I invite you to find out how and much more by downloading 10 Themes for Power and Prosperity in 2010
Awakening to Power, Prosperity, Happiness and Freedom!
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