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Positive Parental Prosperity Messages

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For Bad or Good, Early Programming is With Us Forever Since I’ve been on my whirlwind virtual promotion tour for MoneyLove 3.0, many of the talk show hosts and podcasters have asked me how I maintained my optimistic, confident, joyful attitude no matter what, even during my 12 years in prison. (You can read about […]

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The Abstract Myth Known as Money

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Most People Have Been Chasing Something That Just Isn’t There I did something different in preparing for this post and asked for suggestions, ideas, or questions about prosperity from my Facebook friends. The one that inspired me to write this post came from: Nancy Brook  I’ve been manifesting lots of great things but not cold […]

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5 Ideas That Set Me and MoneyLove 3.0 Apart

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A Contrarian Approach to Prosperity Consciousness One of the main ways I’ve been promoting my 2015 sequel, MoneyLove 3.0, is by doing many online talk shows and podcast interviews. Some of these interviewers have spoken to just about every major prosperity teacher and author on the planet, sometimes hundreds of them. I can feel their […]

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What Do You Do?

Perhaps The Most Essential Existential Question of All In MoneyLove 3.0, I continue to emphasize the importance of knowing what you want, and describe the value of the old exercise from the Human Potential Movement where you sit opposite a partner and take turns asking, “What do you want?” over and over again, coming up with […]

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Shiny Old Things

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Reconnecting With Past Heroes It’s appropriate that I begin this post with Joseph  Campbell. My friend and partner, Christina Makrides, asked if I had seen the movie, The Hero’s Journey, and had I any thoughts about Joseph Campbell and his work. I had heard of the movie, but hadn’t watched it, and you can join […]

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The Village Idiot, The Lumberjacks, and Me

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Flawed First Impressions We are all guilty of, at one time or another, making a quick judgment about a person or situation that later turns out to be false. This is human, and we can learn from such events to be less judgmental. I could fill a book with such events in my life, but […]

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Time to Upgrade Your Circle of Friends

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Uncluttering Your Interpersonal Environment I disagree strongly with the whole movement that says everyone needs to organize their closets and unclutter their living space. That helps some people but some of us operate more creatively in physical clutter. In any event, it is much more important to unclutter our minds and our circle of friends. […]

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Baby Steps To Prosperity

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“You Have to Crawl, Before You Walk, Before You Run, Before You Fly.” Some great advice from my friend, author, podcaster, and prosperity coach, Tammi Baliszewski, PhD http://www.tammibphd.com I’ve been thinking about this aspect of prosperity consciousness lately, the idea of slowly emerging from your comfort zone toward major change in your life by taking […]

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A Prosperous Treasure Hunt

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The Immense Power of Quotes Often Ignored Like so many things right in front of us, we often take quotes for granted, which is why I invented Quotercises and have a whole chapter in MoneyLove 3.0 called QuoteLove. Sure, we all have favorite quotes, and we may enjoy reading them, posting them on our walls, […]

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A Shocking MoneyLove Suggestion

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The Curse of Information Asphyxiation I talk about this a lot in Book Three of MoneyLove 3.0, The Law of Subtraction. It’s an area of personal empowerment many people ignore. The need to have an immigration policy for your mind, so that it isn’t inundated with huge amounts of data that will slow you and your […]

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