I generally start listening to books, and if the book feels like it’s a wealth of knowledge, then I will buy a hardcopy. I did this for The Everyday Hero Manifesto by Robin Sharma, and I did it for this book that I am currently reading, The Wealthy Gardener by John Saforic. I can see why the criticism to the book in some ways – it follows the “Think and Grow Rich” mantra of the world is working in your favor, but it takes this to that a higher power is working in your favor, if you meet it halfway. Why not? I mean, I believe that there is more to life than we yet know, and all I know is my higher power has always been there for me. Jesus said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.” Also, the lessons in this book about how to grow financially independent all make sense. I like it, and I think it’s a good book to at least read and think about :). So how did I come across this book? Well, I stumbled onto Kristina Karlsson’s podcast through Robin Sharma, she recommended the book, I picked up, and here we are. Check it out: https://wealthygardener.com/. You won’t be disappointed.