Day Two – Tasha Chen’s Science of Getting Rich Academy

Day Two – Tasha Chen’s Science of Getting Rich Academy

There is a Science of Getting Rich

Below is an excerpt from Chapter 2 of Wallace D. Wattles’ book:

It is a natural law that like causes always produce like effects; and therefore, any man or woman who learns to do things in this certain way will infallibly get rich.

That the above statement is true is shown by the following facts.

Getting rich is not a matter of environment, for, if it were, all people in certain neighborhoods would become wealthy; the people of one city would all be rich, while those of other towns would be poor; or the inhabitants of one state would roll in wealth, while those of an adjoining state would be in poverty.

But everywhere we see rich and poor living side-by-side in the same environment, and often engaged in the same vocations. When two people are in the same locality, and one gets rich while the other remains poor, it shows that getting rich is not, primarily, a matter of environment. Some environments may be more favorable than others, but when two people in the same business are in the same neighborhood, and one gets rich while the other fails, it indicates that getting rich is a result of doing things in a Certain Way.

Listen to Tasha’s recitation of this chapter, enhanced by her wonderful Jamaican accent. 😉

And because I posted a different video yesterday when discussing the Preface and Chapter One, listen to Tasha below.

For more about Tasha Chen and her coaching programs, visit Science of Getting Rich Academy.com. Listen to Create Your Life with Tasha Chen on Writestream Radio Network.

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Wednesday Wisdom: How to Manifest Abundance Into Your Life

Wednesday Wisdom: How to Manifest Abundance Into Your Life

Here’s yet another informative, inspiring video from You Are Creators.

 

1. Believe

2. Visualize

3. Be Grateful

4. Listen to Your Heart

5. Continue Your Actions – Never Give Up, Never Relent

Have a great Wednesday!

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Review – Leslie Sansone: Walk It Off in 30 Days

When I purchased Leslie Sansone’s You Can Do Yoga, I also got Leslie Sansone: Walk It Off in 30 Days as part of my effort to mix strength training in with cardio and stretching. I’d resisted (so to speak) the idea of getting back into resistance training, but thanks to my participation in a group comprised of motivated, health-minded women, I felt inspired to give it a go.

Leslie does not disappoint in this DVD, which alternates aerobic days (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) with toning days (Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday). It’s both a departure from and an extension of her previous efforts, featuring familiar moves like skater, double side step, knee lifts, and cha-cha on the “burn” track. However, she and her team of walkers also use 3-pound wrist weights to enhance the workout as they switch back and forth from brisk walking to “boosted” walking. In a few places along the way, they also “bounce” to increase heart rate.

If you’re into squats, you’ll love the toning track of this DVD. Leslie spends most of the workout on variations of squats while using weights (right now I’m using 5-pounders) to execute moves including rowing, chest press, and bicep curl. For those who are new to squats, she talks you through the entire segment, making it easy to modify and build up your strength as you go. It definitely takes your workout to a much deeper and more difficult level, but even after just two weeks, I’ve noticed significant progress. Overall, I feel stronger and have observed muscle definition in the legs, arms, and abs (thanks to a grueling, final sequence of curls, crunches and even a Pilates move). She follows up the ab workout with a nice stretch on the hands and knees where you extend one leg back and the opposite arm straight out in front, then switch.  The toning workout ends with an wonderful stretch where you lie on your back with arms out over your head, and legs slightly apart with feet flexed — the perfect reward for hanging in and getting it done.

When my schedule allows, I workout once in the morning and once in the afternoon, alternating Walk It Off with You Can Do Yoga, since each session is only 30 minutes. But Leslie sure knows how to make every minute count! If you want to kick up your exercise regimen a notch, I highly recommend Leslie Sansone: Walk It Off in 30 Days.

 

 

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Leslie Sansone: You Can Do Yoga – A Review

Although the Leslie Sansone: You Can Do Yoga DVD was released in 2012, I just purchased it a few weeks ago from Amazon.com and started using it this past Sunday. From the beginning, I was addicted! Having taken Yoga classes in the past (decades ago) as a means of dealing with panic and anxiety, and, more recently, on the beach with my good friend Britt, I was already familiar with the basic Yoga moves.

However, Leslie’s down-to-earth manner, clear instruction, and well-organized routines make the daily practice of Yoga simple and enjoyable. On the first track, she takes the time to demonstrate and explain each pose that will be incorporated into a free-flowing routine on the second track — setting up her viewers for success. Furthermore, she stresses the importance of breathing normally, explaining that the the first step in mastering Yoga is to learn the poses; the rest can come later. That was a relief to me, since in my past experience with real-life classes, it was difficult to combine the advanced Yoga breathing (breath of fire, etc.) with the actual moves.

For those who love her Walk at Home Fitness DVDs, she also includes a track that integrates Yoga with walking and features two of her popular walkers. If you’re seeking to expand and enhance your fitness regimen with Yoga, I highly recommend Leslie Sansone: You Can Do Yoga.

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