Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Kids and Abundance in Recession Times

A few weeks ago I interviewed Jenn Munger on "Creating Abundance in a Recession."

We discussed ways we can influence our children to nurture their "prosperity consciousness."

But did you ever wonder, exactly how to do that?

I know I face this challenge every day. My kids wanta lot of things and I have tobite my tongue sometimes from saying, "Sorry, honey. We can't afford that."

Instead, I say, "How can we create a plan to get that new Ipod or cell phone?"

Well, I have some really great news concerning this topic.

I've just discovered how you can"teach" your child or grandchild the principals of The NEW "Think And Grow Rich" through a UNIQUE Training Program that even a 5-year-old can Master!

Think Your Way to Riches Kids' Style work book is NOT a book you read and put on a shelf to gather dust! This kids style study course is a comprehensive Visual and Audio package that takes you and your child by the hand and walks you through a complete 13 pointstep-by-step plan, allowing your child to discover THEIR personal pathway to riches.

It teaches them how to think abundant thoughts, plus gives them ideas on how to make organized plans for their future success.

You can learn more about it here - just eneter the site and then search for "think your way to riches".

I personally think this is a fantastic holiday gift idea. Not only is it fun, it will teach them valuable lessons about how to create abundance that they'll be able to use for a lifetime.

It really is an awesome system, and let's face it...They don't teach this stuff in schools!

And now, more than ever, it's importantthat we share these abundanceprinciples with our families. (This program will help elevate YOUR prosperity consciousness too!)

Abundance is yours for the receiving. It's just a matter of choosing to believe moment by moment, that you are abundant. And when you forget, you can gently remindyourself.

Here's to your happiness and success!
Kytka "Kit" Hilmar-Jezek

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