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Value Walk: Latest Research Confirms Happy Money

Book Review

May 2, 2019 at 3:37 pm
by Jacob Wolinsky

Researchers from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and Northwestern University have just completed a study offering scientific evidence that giving to others increases happiness. The more people gave, the happier they became.

Happy Money

Happy Money: The Japanese Art of Making Peace with Your Money by Ken Honda

This is what Ken Honda calls “Happy Money.”

“All the money circulated with love, care, and friendship is Happy Money,” says Ken. “Happy Money makes people smile and feel loved and cared for deeply. It is in many ways an active form of love.”

Anyone can invite more Happy Money into their lives and increase their happiness. Here are some of Ken’s quick tips for experiencing Happy Money:

  1. Help out a family member who is having a tough time financially.
  2. Donate money to help victims of a recent tragedy.
  3. Raise money for a local homeless shelter.
  4. Invest in a small local business that needs support.
  5. Buy a small gift for someone you love.

Book Review

Ken Honda—Japan’s #1 bestselling personal development guru—knows that getting rich quick is no way to achieve happiness. Too often, money is a source of fear, stress, and anger, often breaking apart relationships and even ruining lives. We like to think money is just a number or a piece of paper, but it is so much more than that. Money has the ability to smile, it changes when it is given with a certain feeling, and the energy with which it imbues us impacts not only ourselves, but others as well.

Although Ken Honda is often called a “money guru,” his real job over the past decade has been to help others discover the tools they already possess to heal their own lives and relationships with money. Now, in practical and accessible language, the “Zen millionaire” explains how to achieve peace of mind when it comes to money.

Learn how to treat money as a welcome guest, allowing it to come and go with respect and without resentment; understand and improve your money EQ; unpack the myth of scarcity; and embrace the process of giving money, not just receiving it.

This book isn’t to fix you, because as Ken Honda says, you’re already okay!

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