Look around you - what do you see? You may discover to your surprise that the people who are most at peace with money are the ones who walk nimbly between having too little and having too much. They have found a balance between indulgence and austerity; between success and happiness; between motivation and inspiration; and between any number of other poles we tend to think of as either/or choices, but which in reality are simply posts on either side of a doorway through which we must pass.
For many of us the subject of money is unavoidably stressful. Managing our personal finances is complicated, time consuming and often, particularly in the slow countdown to pay day, dispiriting. The good news is that in Japan - where a Zen approach to life is more widely practiced - a pathway to a better relationship with money is being carved, by Ken Honda.
This beautifully written book will reinvent the way you see your personal finances. You will come to understand that money flows like water and arrives like a guest. You'll rethink your own attitudes and examine the way they were shaped by beliefs about money you were taught as a child. When we heal the fear and anxiety we have about money, we successfully achieve prosperity and peace.
Take the zen path to financial security and happiness.
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Ken Honda is a bestselling author of selfdevelopment books in Japan. His expertise comes from owning and managing several businesses including an accounting company management consulting firm and a venture capital corporation. His writings bridge the topics of finance and selfhelp focusing on creating and generating personal wealth and happiness through deeper selfhonesty. Kens muchsoughtafter advice has been the impetus for thousands of people to take action toward selfrealization allowing them to work and live from a position of strength and solvency. Ken also provides ongoing support through mentoring programs business seminars therapeutic workshops and correspondence courses.
To date Ken has published more than 110 books has recorded weekly podcasts for 4 years and has held seminars and conferences all over Japan for the last 12 years. He is the highest paid professional speaker in Japan. His seminars attract up to 1000 people and sell out within an hour and his Japanese website receives more than 250 testimonials and reader comments every day.
He is the first person from Japan to be voted into the Transformational Leadership Council a group of personal and professional development leaders. He is fluent in Japanese and English. He has focused on the Japanese market for 12 years but is turning his attention to the rest of the world. He currently lives in Tokyo.