Russell Simmons Wants You to Be Super Rich

David, Russell, and Sharon
David, Russell, and Sharon

Last week I got to attend one of Jivamukti’s Master Classes at the Prince George Ballroom. Three hours with David Life is like solid gold. (Talk about an intense guy! He looked straight into my eyes, and I thought the back of my head might catch on fire.)

We had a(nother) special guest in class: Russell Simmons. He stuck around for a Q&A after class, and even gave us all copies of his latest book, Super Rich: A Guide to Having it All. It’s a great overview about the state of consciousness not the financial strategy that will bring you infinite rewards.

Who wants a free copy? I read mine in two days, it’s ready for a new home! Just post a comment by tomorrow, 1/11/11, telling me the best thing you’ve ever given away. I’ll randomly choose a winner and pay for the postage. Be sure to include your email (I won’t spam you) so I can get your mailing address.

Read my extended notes about A Day of Yoga with Russell Simmons, David Life and Sharon Gannon on MindBodyGreen

A Day of Yoga with Russell Simmons, David Life & Sharon Gannon

8 thoughts on “Russell Simmons Wants You to Be Super Rich”

  1. The best thing I have ever given away was my copy of the Yoga Sutras by Geshe Michael Roach and Lama Christie McNally to a co-worker who had no experience or knowledge of Yoga and ended up loving the book more that I could have imagined.

  2. That is a great gift! My copy of the Sutras (Bouanchaud’s translation) is a dog-eared mess. I will have to check out the Roach/McNally version, too.

  3. I just donated a bag full of (my most treasured) childhood teddy bears/toys~! I hesitated for a second, but then felt really good knowing it would make another kid super happy. :)

  4. I live in an apartment and recently had a young couple move in upstairs. I never seen them move in any furniture. About 2 months after they moved in I seen them moving in a mattress. I asked if they had any other furniture and their answer was “no, just a kitchen chair”.

    I decided to give them a love seat I bought at a yard sale earlier in the year. My cats used it more than I did and felt these kids needed it more than I did.

    They were so grateful and appreciative. It made me feel good!!

  5. Ok, I was going to choose a random number, but Adontai you’re the only one who left contact info so you are it! I’ll ping you on twitter for your address. Thanks guys for the generosity inspiration :)

  6. The Roach and McNally version of the Sutras is very “user friendly” i think and it takes some very high ideas and ideals and tries to make them accessible to the average reader. I was just happy that she found it enjoyable and so much so that she still mentions it when I see her.

    I feel the best way to help anyone is to help them learn how to help themselves and hopefully it will spread like a wild fire.

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