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Comprehensive, Practical and Inspiring
Would you consider the audio edition of Abundance on Demand to be better than the print version?
I am an audible lover and listen to all of my books on audio, of late. I have a long commute and great books, like this one, make the drive enjoyable.
What other book might you compare Abundance on Demand to and why?
Think and Grow Rich comes to mind.... other books like Power versus Force and maybe Happy for No Reason. While these books address various concepts and may not seem to directly relate to Colette's book, they absolutely do from a conceptual and energetic standpoint.
Which character – as performed by Florence Streicher – was your favorite?
Florence narrated the book as written by Colette, the author. While there were many stories woven in and out of the book, this isn't a relevant question to consider with this book.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I laughed for sure, at times, but didn't cry, except metaphorically for joy, when you realize that perspectives can be changed at any time - which can quickly lead to an entirely new experience of life.
Any additional comments?
Abundance on Demand was a great listen. As a client and colleague of Collette's, it was great to be see this audiobook come to fruition. She describes and explains many energetic / behavioral health / universal concepts in very simple and easy to understand terms. She links many exercises and tools to each concept and walks you through, step by step, how to increase your awareness (and thereby your choice) around how to better show up in the world. She does focus on money, but in numerous examples, she relates her work and techniques to improving relationships, self esteem, confidence in your business and even your health. The concepts are universal and can be applied to most anything.Really good read. Thought provoking, inspiring, and worth a second, third or even fourth listen to soak in all of the wisdom.