Jen keeps saying raise your energy level and keep it high. She suggests mantras and meditations for figuring out what you want and how you're going to get it. You can also become rich, as it is a matter of leaving behind your fears and distrust in yourself. It is a very interesting self development book which will improve your life style. There is also more than a bit of content in these 260 pages that I find quite troubling - more on that later. Jen talks about the subconscious mind as the real driver, it controls everything. Tip 2: Watch your mouth As Jen says, you need to slow down and shut up.
It's motivation and inspiration on steroids. There is also more than a bit of content in these 260 pages that I find quite troubling - more on that later. So give it a go! I must push past that. I believe she was aiming for a narrative that was bold, crude and exciting. Her books are written in a way that makes you feel like your friends.
You need to see how you can help them grow and develop as a person and how they can help you in return. Instead, I sit in my average job that, while I'm not ungrateful for what it has given me, I feel underpaid and underappreciated. Jen starts out by telling us that she used to be poor because she subconsciously believed that rich people were evil. I was excited to read this book, but I found it to be a disappointing read. Beyond that, however, I find issue with much of the book's content itself. I discussed this book with a few other friends who read it or were reading it and one said that she imagines the Universe to be her best self, which is a lot better than the ~energy~ that I feel is referred to the book.
It is an amazing book written by one badass woman. Meditate Something that Jen highly recommends is meditation. Then I borrowed it from the library. Yea, it's a little woo-woo, but I think she grounds that a little more than some other people do. She describes it as the blueprint for our life and essentially makes up everything we consider to be our beliefs. And all in the space of a page.
I personally couldn't read all of this nonsense but of the 11 chapters in this book, the first 10! And yet there is this simultaneous societal stigma that both tells us 'life is short' and to be happy but also that wanting money, enjoying making money, equates to greediness and we should feel shame for such a sin. Katan has been there, too, and she's lived to tell the story. Have a little bit of faith in your own intuition, the answers are always there. And you can have it all. And yet money helps us to attain those very things - the organic local food we wish to cook with, I've never much agreed with the phrase, 'money can't buy happiness. Her tone is cringe-worthy in its attempt to be relatable. Shame on this lady for writing this book.
You are meant to be rich. Amidst all of the many ways I come up with to berate my ego and dismantle my mental state to pieces of all the things I suck at, I can say one thing - I'm resourceful. So make sure to be sending out the right messages you want. In my past, I have had an issue with money and I push some opportunities and money away from me. Contrary to popular belief, money itself is neither good nor bad, friend nor foe, filthy nor clean.
I picked up this book, coming off of the high I got from Jen's book , with serious doubts that it would hit the mark that one did for me. If you can reign in your emotions, these are what is going to drive you forward, let you follow your heart and make money! She delves into the universe and energy surrounding money. But what I read was none of those things. I mean raw raw raw you are a badass at making money, you got this, you can do it! I should have stopped reading when she praised Ayn Rand. If you say outloud that you hate money, that you are irresponsible with money, or that you make bad investments, then life is only going to imitate this. That by wanting more money we are shallow, selfish, petty people who will never be fulfilled. In short, this book has been such an incredible inspiration and driving force behind how to approach the goals, career, and relationship with money.
And these are the beliefs and opinions you carry with you for the rest of your life. If I end up changing my attitude and manifesting money then I will gladly change my rating to 5 stars. How to retrain your mind, take a look at who you surround yourself with, how to realize your capability. Were you in the right position? Or is it because I've worked my butt off this past year? Without emotions, yer going nowhere new and exciting. I'm glad for not having those things. It is much easier to extricate yourself from a success coaching business that has floundered than it is to lose a toy car business after having ordered the production of 1-2000 toys.
Jen suggests you stop worrying about how you're doing it and just start meditating. Sometimes, it's simply talking to another person. The content was boring and the advice given in this book is very questionable. Jen envisions a world where these people who are compassionate and want to make a change, had a whole lot of money, that in turn, they could quite literally spend on changing the world and saving it. And if you can consciously get a handle on these beliefs, and believe in yourself, you world will begin to change.
It is always about small things. Her book aims to empower any readers and teach you how to stop doubting yourself and get stuff done. The interesting part is that we are essentially completely oblivious to the subconscious beliefs, despite the fact that they run our lives. The sales pitch vibe turned me off of this book and left me very disappointed. That says everything and I apply this rule for decades - if someone earned money not through real job, then he's selling the B.