Alan H.Cohen

How Good Can It Get?

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The secrets to true prosperity are revealed in this modern-day parable that examines many of our preconceived notions about money and our ability to create the good life. This is the story of Mr. Everit, the avuncular owner of a wheelbarrow factory and his management trainee who challenge us to overcome our fears, relax and enjoy the richness of life. You can have everything you want in life – success, relationships, career, money and happiness. The really good news is that it doesn't have to be a struggle – the universe wants to give us all the good things we want – and getting those good things, contrary to popular belief – does not involve gritting your teeth and fighting each step of the way. "e;Alan Cohen is a major, major player in the spiritual revolution taking place on our planet today. He is one of my favorite authors"e; – Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, author of Incredible You. "e;No one in my life has contributed more to my movement down the path of expanded consciousness and greater awareness than Alan Cohen."e; – Neale Donald Walsch, author of Conversations with God "e;Alan Cohen is one of the most gentle and powerful guiding lights of the profound transition now occurring on earth."e; – Barbara Marx Hubbard, author of The Hunger of Eve
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