sort of precursor to the new, revised edition of Moneylove that will be published as a series of e-books in less than ninety days, is ready. It has been illustrated, formatted, and is ready to
be introduced. The first public unveiling is on Michael Dunlop's website, which published a
teaser this past week. Check out the WHAT'S TO COME section at the bottom of the page--and if
you explore a bit, there's lots of valuable free information on this site.
Tomorrow, I record a podcast with Barry Dunlop that will also be available shortly on
Michael's website, and you will be able to order a free gift copy of The Moneylove Manifesto at that time.
I am carefully going over the original Moneylove, as I want to keep as much of that intact as possible in the new annotated, revised, updated edition. I will be commenting on the original concepts, offering my discoveries of new ideas and strategies connected with this approach to prosperity consciousness. The new edition will be at least twice as long as the original, as I will expand it in view of the way the world has changed in the decades since its original publication--and particularly the way things have changed for all of us because of the Internet and the instant access we have to everybody and everything on the planet.
As I go through the book, I am highlighting those parts I want to write more about. One
sentence I found in the Introduction caught my attention:
"Wealth is attracted to the person who is emotionally and intellectually ready to accept it, expect it, and enjoy it."
The concept is still true, but I would change it to read "Prosperity" instead of "Wealth."
Wealth is the accumulation of assets that can be converted into money. Prosperity has a wider meaning, and I include in that all the good things we humans aspire to: great health,
good friends, interesting and satisfying work, inner peace, love, a sense of accomplishment, recognition and applause, plus enough money to do what we want with our lives.
I like one dictionary definition of prosperity a lot: