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The New York Times best-selling author of E-Squared now offers a 30-day trial in “ferocious, militant, in-your-face gratitude” that will build your abundance portfolio of love, creativity, and joy. By turning off the negative voice in your head and looking for blessings, Grout says the universe opens a portal to the field of infinite possibilities. Focusing on all that's going right in your life makes good things visible, magnifies them, and sends positive ripples into the world. So how do you do that? By occupying the negative voice with the 27 “party games” Grout developed, so the positive voice can get through. 

In Thank & Grow Rich, you'll learn how to build your alchemic, spiritual, creative, adventure, and social capital. In 30 days, you'll identify good things in your life, tap into a higher power, move toward that which brings you joy, turn every day into an adventure, and share your luck. But that's not all. Grout guarantees that if you get on the gratitude frequency, you'll receive four personalized gifts from the universe. At the very least, you'll feel a whole lot better. Not a bad deal for the price of a book. 

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Published: Hay House - August 30th, 2016

I want to do it all: write my novel, read, blog, practice yoga, prepare healthy meals, meditate, socialize, take classes…the list goes on. I feel overwhelmed. There are too many choices! The upshot? Outside of work, not a whole lot gets done. So I was eager to read Essentialism, and learn how to live "in pursuit of less." Essentialists are people who only engage in what is…essential. "But isn't everything?" Not so. There are ways to determine what's important (and unimportant) to you. There are ways to set boundaries and build buffers of time and say "no" with grace. There are questions to ask, like: "What amount of time or money would I invest in this if it wasn't already mine?" Greg McKeown lays it all out in his book. You'll learn to discern the "vital few" from the "trivial many," eliminate the nonessentials, and remove obstacles "…so the essential things have clear, smooth passage." The way of the Essentialist is illustrated in every short chapter. You'll want a highlighter or pen to mark the key points. And trust me…there are many key points to ponder in this inspiring guide.

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Published: Crown Business - April 15th, 2014