Had this fun idea last week, it’s up on Amazon already.
An adult coloring book inspired by the writings of Napoleon Hill.
In the 1937 edition of Think and Grow Rich, American new-thought author and impresario Napoleon Hill insisted that fervid expectations are essential to increasing one’s income. But Hill’s plan for financial success wasn’t as simple or easy as his optimistic title. Just thinking about being rich isn’t really enough: you need to put it in writing, and you need to think about the right things, in the right order.
Hill had a system, a plan, that is often skipped by contemporary believers of The Secret Law of Attraction.
“Remember that the moment you reduce the statement of your desire, and a plan for its realization, to writing, you have actually taken the first of a series of steps, which will enable you to convert the thought into its physical counterpart.”
Napoleon and other shepherds of the positive thinking movement also stress the importance of visualization—seeing the thing you want to achieve in your mind, in great detail.
This book takes Hill’s teachings and organizes them into a simple, step-by-step plan to wealth and abundance. It will greatly deepen the quality, vividness and conviction behind your positive affirmations and visualization exercises, by asking you to focus on key principles, one by one, for an extended period of time, while you color in the art surrounding them.
It’s like writing down your visualizations, goals and dreams, but in full color. Coloring puts your mind in a relaxed but focused state, creating the ideal mental conditions for the positive suggestions to sink deeply into your subconscious mind.
That’s why coloring with intention can be so powerful – it will help you maintain an abundance mindset that attracts your ideal income. If you want to take control of your life and finances, but are having trouble staying positive, this book will help.
After you finish coloring, frame the affirmations that resonated with you and display them in your home or workspace.
I’m a philosophy dropout with a PhD in Literature. I covet a cabin full of cats, where I can write fantasy novels to pay for my cake addiction. Sometimes I live in castles.