Let’s be honest, we’re all fed up of worrying and stressing about money at the moment, and everyone could use some extra cash. It doesn't matter what's happened to you in the past or what your current situation is - you can live the life you want and never worry about money again. Earn More, Stress Less is your practical guide to living the law of attraction. It maps out a series of well-defined, realistic steps to help you get as much money as you want and put an end to financial worries. Successful people have been using these principles for hundreds of years.
By following the powerful and eminently sensible steps outlined here, you can use the science of getting rich to realise your financial dreams too. You'll discover:
- A clear explanation of how the law of attraction works
- A way to decide exactly how much money you want
- Simple, clear actions to start attracting wealth
- Ways to stop worrying about money
- Easy steps to develop a daily routine to maintain your cash flow
- Examples, exercises, templates and how-to's
- Case studies of people who have used the Earn More, Stress Less method to great success
Fergus O’Connell is also the author of twelve business books; the first of which, How to Run Successful Projects - the Silver Bullet, has become both a best seller and a classic and has been constantly in print for over 20 years. His book on common sense entitled Simply Brilliant - also a best seller and now in its fourth edition - was runner-up in the W H Smith Book Awards 2002.
What listeners say about Earn More, Stress Less
- Sandra E.
All about the power of attraction
I've always believed in the law of attraction. But I never consciously applied it to money. Fergus O'Connell has done a brilliant job of opening my eyes to this and I do intend to see it through. Even from the exercises he recommended doing in the book, I have so many ideas on how to make money that the question is not what to do but which one to start with first.
Brilliant book and highly recommended.
A bit dissappointing
Overly simplistic in places, relating things to selling cookies - expected more. Good narrator but wouldn't recommend unfortunately.