If you have a smart phone, you need (and I mean NEED) the app “Self-Help Classics”. Like most great things, this was introduced to me by my amazing friend Tiffany Walke Peterson. She has been trying to get me to read the old school book, “The Science of Getting Rich” by Wallace Wattles for a year now. She told me about this app, where you can get 30 old school classics for only $.99 RIGHT on my iPad (I don’t have a smart phone, but we can save that for another post).
THEN, Miss Tiffany, told me about the book on Self-Help Classics called, “The Game of Life and How to Play It” by Florence Shinn. This book was first published in 1925. It’s OLD, but man alive, I can’t read the pages fast enough.
Shinn talks about the correlation between our thoughts and actions and how it links to our spirituality. She shares about how WE are holding ourselves back from getting what we want from life. I won’t be able to do this book justice by review (and I haven’t finished it yet), but Shinn’s connections to success and divinity have me feeling amazingly peaceful and amazingly motivated at the same time. It’s divine.
Want to read it with me? You know you want to. Go get it here. You’ll be glad that you did. The we can have a virtual book club in the comments below. What are your favorite quotes and insights? What did you learn about yourself while reading this book? Can’t wait to dive in with you!