Napoleon Hill wrote the immortal wealth building classic Think and Grow Rich. But might a book called Play and Grow Rich be appropriate today?
The wealthy people tell of their wonderful sense of fun in developing their chief aims. The more they have fun and experience what they desire, the more of their experiences come to be. Sure, they claim to work damn hard while wealth building. They even admit to busting their proverbial butts. However, notice the quick smile and tongue in cheek attitudes as they enjoy their ‘work’.
The LOA or Law of Attraction teaches us to use feelings of great happiness. We reinforce it with actually taking advantage of the events, people and circumstances that would be presented by attracting universal energy. Imagine, all these great fun things you want are inexorably attracted to you. But the great teachers also teach us to take fast powerful action when presented with the opportunity.
We all know of someone who seems to have that magical way of living a truly happy life full of joy and abundance. In fact, who hasn’t seen that smart-alec guy or gal driving that spiffy sports car, living in that great mansion, and who seem to be having fun all the time? Those in the know simply smile and nod their heads knowingly with congratulations. Well done attracting and enjoying all those great things you deserve they say.
As rich people go, wealth building and taking exotic holidays is really just having fun. Wealth is meant for play as much as being who they want to be. And yet, the opportunities always come to them to have more wealth at their very command.
There’s much to be said about emulating these people and live well. Dump your avarice and do what rich people do. Wouldn’t you be feeling happy all the time and get what you want all your life to boot? So, the Secret really may be to Play and Grow Rich.