Eight Ancient Principles for Abundant Living, New York: Penguin Arkana, 1999.
The Tao of Abundance is perhaps the best book that Laurence G. Boldt has written. It goes way beyond what you would reasonably expect from a career coach, was he only a career coach!
This book is not a career guide, it’s not a guide at all. It’s the life vision of a Bodhisattva. I believe Boldt has attained the spiritual level of a Bodhisattva, a spiritual guide. And this is what this book provides, spiritual guidance, nothing lesser and nothing less noble than that, however not in the usual chewing-gum wrapping that you are used to get when you expect somebody to talk about so-called ‘spirituality’. Boldt will never obfuscate the message by rigidity of mind or of language, or by putting up inflexible strict rules. This is his unique genius. Continue reading