At work, from time to time, management would have a motivational speaker come in and give us a pep talk. During one of his talks Scott mentioned a book by Malcolm Gladwell called "The Tipping Point." I took his advice and read the book. It rocked my world.
The next year Scott recommended "Rich Dad, Poor Dad." I thought "This book is about personal finances, yuck!" But I read it anyway. The book was just OK. I did take away some good advise from it though. Learn more about personal finance.
Look, I can not explain why I was following the book's advise, but there I found myself standing in a bookstore staring at this wall of personal finance books with boredom and dismay. I was just about to give up and I saw this red book called "Feng Shui and Money" by Eric Shaffert. So I read it. I was so surprised at his approach. Eric Shaffert is also a psychotherapist. He has the reader dig deep inside of themselves to perceive what exactly it is that you want and also what beliefs are holding you back from getting what you want.
I started changing my house and throwing out preconceived notions about what I "deserve." Things started improving. For example, when I enhanced my prosperity area, I got three unsolicited checks for $100 in the mail.
Then my cleaning lady told me about Karen Rauch Carters book "Move Your Stuff, Change Your Life." I signed up for Karen's newsletter. I signed up for her online certification course. The first book we read was "A Beginners Guide to Constructing the Universe, The Mathematical Archetypes of Nature, Art and Science" by Micheal S. Schneider." It rocked my world! Thanks Karen!
Why not pursue a dream. The first step is to find it in the threads of possibility. Then you follow it.