Saturday, October 22, 2016

Thank and Grow Rich by Pam Grout


Book synopsis(via Goodreads):


Thank & Grow Rich is for anyone interested in hooking up with the magnanimous energy field of the cosmos. Author Pam Grout, who likes to call herself the Warren Buffet of Happiness, says it all starts with getting on the frequency of joy and gratitude.

Thanking (rather than thinking) puts us on an energetic frequency—a vibration—that calls in miracles.

Science has proven that when we observe the world from a place of gratitude, when we use our attention to spot beauty and gaze at wonder, we develop the capacity to radically rev up our day-to-day experience.

Brazen gratitude, it seems, provides a portal—an entry point—straight into the heart of the field of infinite possibilities described in Grout’s bestseller E-Squared. 

This book also offers an updated perspective on abundance, which goes way beyond financial capital. It shows readers how to grow and expand their creative capital, their social capital, their spiritual capital, and much, much more!

There’s even an abundance worksheet that tracks your thank-and-grow rich portfolio and a money-back guarantee offering four personalized gifts straight from the always-accommodating universe.

Your credit union might offer a butter dish or a koozie, but an investment in this book comes with your own personal sign from the universe, an answer to an important question, a customized totem, and a one-of-a-kind gift from the natural world.

But more importantly, this 30-day experiment will upgrade your life experience from ho-hum to wahoo! From like sucks to life rocks! From woe is me to yippie-ti-yi-yay!!

***Many thanks to NetGalley and Hay House Publishing for the advanced reader's copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. ***


This insomniac's opinion: 


I have to admit that this book was not on my radar at all. That is, until multiple friends read it and immediately recommended it to me. I have read E-Squared by this author and was fascinated and not necessarily wowed by it. So, I was willing to give it a try. 

I have to say that book was really impactful for me. I really could feel myself making a shift towards less fear and worry and to more daily gratitude. I plan on keeping this on my shelf and rereading it when/if I get caught in fear-based thoughts. 

I did not read the book over a thirty day period, but instead read it over a week or so. I do wonder if it would have been even more impactful if I had read it in the manner that you are supposed to. 

Worth staying up all night to read?


Well, it's not really a stay-up-all-night read, but it is definitely a worthy read. 

Rating: 


4 stars

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