I like to share what I’ve learned inside the “Don’t Worry, Make Money” by Richard Carlson, Ph. D. It can be our guide to “spiritual and practical ways to create abundance and more fun in your life.”
I bought this book last April 28, 2010 in BOOKS AND MAGS store. The store is located in Walter Mart, Pasong Tamo St, Makati.
I link my story related to the topic given inside the book. I share my personal experience and explain what I’ve understand about it. I hope you find my stories very interesting.

  1. Remember that the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step
  2. Give, Give, Give
  3. Learn the Magic of Non attachment
  4. Experience Relaxed Passion
  5. Get Mileage Out of Reflection
  6. Pay Yourself First
  7. Accept the Fact that You Can Make Excuses, You Can Make Money, but You Can’t Do Both
  8. Don’t Deal With Problems, Transcend Them
  9. Learn About Moods and Money
  10. Consider the Possibility that If It Sounds Too Good to Be True, It Might Not Be
  11. Hire Up
  12. Don’t Worry About the Market – Invest it In
  13. Become Less Reactive and More Responsive
  14. Work on “Knowing” Instead of “Believing”
  15. Remind Yourself that Your Life Begins Now
  16. Surround Yourself with Experts
  17. Be Aware of What You Don’t Know and What You’re Not Good At.
  18. Become Aware of the Passion Factor
  19. Experiment With the One-Hour Solution
  20. Be Prepared to Walk Away from Negotiation – You Can Usually Go Back
  21. Be Willing to Change
  22. Spend the Bulk of Your Time on the “Critical Inch” of Your Business or Project
  23. Express Your Gratitude Toward Others
  24. Leave a Great Impression (Not Just a Good One)
  25. Maintain Wealth Consciousness
  26. Wait for Inspiration
  27. Use the Power of Reflection
  28. Laugh at Your Mistake (and You Won’t Repeat Them)
  29. Take Your Lunch
  30. Ask For What You Want
  31. Short Circuit Your Reaction Spirals
  32. Eliminate Your Most Self-defeating Belief
  33. Keep in Mind that Circumstances Don’t Make a Person, They Reveal Him
  34. Form a Winning Partnership
  35. Let Go of Fearful Thoughts
  36. Think BIG!
  37. Make Decisions with the Advantage of Long-Term Information Instead of the Disadvantage of Short-Term Information
  38. Know When to Bet, When to Hold, and When to Fold
  39. Change What You Can, Accept the Things You Can’t
  40. Develop Relationships with People Before You Need Something from Them
  41. Be Aware of Your Unique “Stacking Order”
  42. Don’t Panic!
  43. Create from the Inside Out
  44. Banish Your Doubt
  45. Know the Secret to Silence
  46. Sock Away Two Years of Living Expenses
  47. Give Up Your Fear of Disapproval
  48. Keep a List of Bargain Shopping Places in Your Purse or Wallet
  49. Don’t Rely on Too Much Date
  50. Find a Mentor
  51. Delight in the Success of Others
  52. Ask Yourself, Where Is This Decision Likely to Lead?
  53. Remember the Golden Rule
  54. Don’t Be Frightened to Ask for Referrals
  55. Know that the Idea “Opportunity Only Knock Once” Is a Big Myth
  56. Look for Expenditures that Might Be Made Cooperatively Instead of Individually
  57. Shop Carefully with Your Vacation Dollars
  58. Decide Carefully Between a Fixed and Variable Interest Rate on your Home Mortgage
  59. Buy Large Deductive Insurance
  60. Whistle While You Work
  61. Encourage Creativity in Others and Have Faith in Them
  62. Don’t Give Away your Power
  63. Charge What You Are Worth
  64. Listen, Really Listen
  65. Cultivate Humor and Learn to Smile
  66. Start a Buyers Club
  67. Build Up a Large “Trust Fund”
  68. Sell the Sizzle, Not the Steak
  69. Go Ahead and Do It
  70. Be Willing to Take Advice
  71. Ask Yourself, What Have I Contributed to This Problem?
  72. Consider that Wisdom May be Even More Important that IQ
  73. Eliminate the Words “I’m Not a Salesperson” from Your Vocabulary
  74. Consider that Busyness Gets in Your Way
  75. Think About Purple Snowflakes
  76. Stay Out of Reverse
  77. Let Go of the Fear that If You’re Relaxed or Happy, You’re Going to Fail
  78. Be Aware of Positive Burnout
  79. Dive In
  80. Just Once, Try Something Different
  81. Help Someone Else Succeed
  82. Persevere
  83. Consider the Wisdom of Optimism
  84. Hold on Tightly, Let Go Lightly
  85. Be Willing to Apologize
  86. Lighten Up
  87. Remember that Everything Is Used the Day After You Buy It
  88. Keep in Mind that Cheaper Is Not Always Better
  89. Don’t Be Afraid to Take Baby Steps
  90. Remind Yourself that Your Life Isn’t Your Enemy, but Your Thinking Can be
  91. Just Do It
  92. Resist the Temptation to Continually Raise Your Standard of Living
  93. Start a Car Pool
  94. Have a Plan
  95. Don’t Get Lost in Your Plan
  96. Stop Commiserating
  97. Work at It
  98. Create Your Own Luck
  99. Don’t Forget to Have Fun
  100. Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff! Suggest Reading

As I read the book, I will write my opinion, how I feel about it or how I put myself to it and what I’ve learn and add to it. If you have this book too, please share something you have in mind.