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Creating Affluence and Feeling Joyful

Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, Vol. 2012, No. 2, pp. 86–108, 2012

23 Pages Posted: 18 Jul 2012  

K C Patrick Low

University of the South Pacific; University of South Australia; Bang College of Business - Kazakhstan Institute of Management; BusinesscrAFT Consultancy (Asia Pacific); Kazakh Leading Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering/ Kazakh American University (International Educational Corporation)

Date Written: June 30, 2012

Abstract

Everyone wants to feel happy, healthy, joyful, and vitality in our life. And that is affluence. Here, the author is highlighting the ways, advantages and benefits of creating affluence and feeling joyful. Interestingly, one critical tool or aid is for us to feel thankful and indeed grateful for our life and living. And another tool is that of thinking positively. The paper also discusses and includes other tools and aids such as having wealth consciousness – being aware and cultivating the abundance attitude, being positive and open, value-adding, detaching, living simply and several other ways.

Keywords: creating affluence, abundance, wealth consciousness, being positive, win-win, value-adding, cooperation, collaborations

Suggested Citation

Low, K C Patrick, Creating Affluence and Feeling Joyful (June 30, 2012). Business Journal for Entrepreneurs, Vol. 2012, No. 2, pp. 86–108, 2012. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2111846

Kim Cheng Patrick Low (Contact Author)

University of the South Pacific ( email )

Laucala Campus
Suva
Fiji

University of South Australia

37-44 North Terrace, City West Campus
Adelaide, South Australia 5001
Australia

Bang College of Business - Kazakhstan Institute of Management

Kazakhstan

BusinesscrAFT Consultancy (Asia Pacific) ( email )

Singapore

Kazakh Leading Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering/ Kazakh American University (International Educational Corporation) ( email )

28, Ryskulbekov street
Almaty
Kazakhstan

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