Busting Loose From the Money Game: Mind-Blowing Strategies for Changing the Rules of a Game You Can't Win

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All your life, without realizing it, you've been playing The Money Game . . . and losing. Now, finally, you can win.

Are you in debt, struggling to make ends meet or fed up with not having enough money? Are you doing okay financially but want to do much better? Do you feel trapped, restricted, or confined by what it takes to sustain your success?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you've been playing The Money Game. You were ...

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Overview

All your life, without realizing it, you've been playing The Money Game . . . and losing. Now, finally, you can win.

Are you in debt, struggling to make ends meet or fed up with not having enough money? Are you doing okay financially but want to do much better? Do you feel trapped, restricted, or confined by what it takes to sustain your success?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you've been playing The Money Game. You were taught certain rules and regulations, and you've been following them faithfully, never once questioning their validity or looking for alternatives. You can become better and better at playing the game. You can pile up more and more winnings—but you can't win. Why? Because The Money Game was designed to be unwinnable.

No matter how much money you pile up, there's always a price to pay in the form of restrictions, stress, relationship strain, health issues, disillusionment, and other problems—that is, if you play according to the rules and regulations you were taught. The only way to win The Money Game is to bust loose from it altogether, discard the rules and regulations you thought you had to play by, and start playing a new game with a new set of rules that work for you.

Busting Loose from The Money Game will make money a total non-issue in your life. Once you bust loose, there will be no more worrying about bills or balancing your checkbook. No more denying yourself what you really want because it's too expensive. No more asking yourself "Can I afford this?" or "Should I buy that?" No more complexity, worry, or stress that comes from trying to manage, grow, and protect what you've piled up. Once you bust loose, there will be no limits or restrictions of any kind when it comes to money. And when you reach that point, the other aspects of your life will open up and expand too—in ways you can't even imagine right now.

Sound unbelievable? It's actually very real and absolutely doable—when you have the guidance this book will give you. No matter what you think you know about money, wealth, prosperity, and abundance, or how many books and tapes you've bought or seminars you've attended on the subject, Busting Loose from The Money Game will open a portal to a new relationship with money and a radically different way of living.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470047491
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 9/11/2006
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 259,443
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.20 (d)

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  • Posted February 9, 2009

    The most useful info. I've ever read

    This book has changed my life. Its not just about money but everything in life. I have been reading self-help and spiritual books for over 35 years and after reading Busting Loose... I knew I could get rid of my years of accumulation of books. This book is all I need ! What a gift it is !!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2006

    What a surprise!

    My wife and I are bookaholics -- I have become so jadded with the poor quality of the Business related and self help sections (one exception, for example, is 'Good To Great' -- wonderful work) -- I have a habit now of skiming and taking notes on the primary points made by various authors. I started this process with the Busting Loose book. As I started taking notes -- the information, content struck me as very practical and uniquely ties different outlooks together -- my interest kept growing. I decided to buy the book as the focus on, from my point of view, an Eastern perspective combined with a process very similar to Gestalt Therapy and how to actually apply his concepts fascinates me. The basis in quantum mechanics is an interest -- and I found his application to be more 'real' than others. (I won't go into that here -- too long). If this book was just about money -- I would lose interest. This approach is quite novel and from my perspective outshines most if not all other books on the market. I do not think it is for everyone, and I would recommend perusing it before purchase to see if his approach fits for you. I believe different personality types, and/or values & interests impact how one approach will work with one person and not another. Most of the self help books I have read (hundreds) and evaluated I experience as fairly vapid and useless in practical application -- repetition of similar styles. One reader has stated the basis is Eastern religion, specifically Indian -- yes -- that appears to be a basic philosophy. The approach offered is superb. I have not seen this effective of a blend of the practical with eastern influence with gestalt therapy like application in any other work. Oh! The issue of 'ego' -- I think that could have been more clearly stated. I see the explanation as IDing oneself more to the Self or Consciousness or God as the force so to speak versus the smaller 'I' of our everyday lives. This later issue is covered so well in Eastern works. Overall -- an outstanding contribution that fills a void in this field.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2006

    Wow. What a Cool Book!

    This book was really neat. Not what I expected from a money book, especially not a bestselling one. It is very interesting in its emphasis on changing your whole view of yourself and the world, in order to jump to a new and better place with money, or anything really. It is well written with a lot of examples and takes you through the process step by step. Great!

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  • Posted August 3, 2013

    Definitely different

    Like many self-help books which is what this basically is, the book spends a lot of time telling you how reading it is going to change your life and less time on what you need to do to change your life.
    Some of the ideas are way out there from my viewpoint. It will definitely stretch your boundaries and make you think.

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