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russell_simmons_super_richNationwide (BlackNews.com) — What does it mean to be truly rich? Does it mean owning planes, yachts, and designer clothes? According to the materially and spiritually rich mogul Russell Simmons, “the ultimate state of being rich is to honestly be in a state of needing nothing. To need nothing is to be super rich.”

This might sound crazy coming from someone who can have anything he wants, but needing and expecting nothing and being true to himself is the reason he is so wealthy.

Told in a unique style that blends spirituality with business acumen and street smarts, SUPER RICH: A Guide to Having It All by Russell Simmons with Chris Morrow (Gotham Books, January 2011, Hardcover, $22.50), is Simmons’ ultimate venture – a genuinely helpful, motivational, and meaningful guide to making the absolute most out of life.

In 2007, after Russell Simmons wrote and published his New York Times Bestseller Do You!, he was amazed by the overwhelming response he received. And while Do You! was a great starting point to helping people awaken to their true potential, SUPER RICH goes even deeper, mining the spiritual practices that Simmons is certain is the key to success. The advice in SUPER RICH is win-win for all readers, encouraging us all to become more focused, centered, generous individuals. People who do what they love and don’t expect anything in return are the ones who will get the most out of life; the affluence that follows is just icing on the cake. It’s a simple concept that Russell Simmons illustrates beautifully through personal stories, real-life examples, yogic principles, and proven philosophies. SUPER RICH teaches how to drown out the noise and focus to find life’s purpose.

As Russell says, “All I ask of you is to understand that no matter who you are or what your circumstances are, have faith that you can take control of your consciousness. It will take courage and consistent practice, but when you do that, you will be able to transform your relationship with yourself and the world for the better. You will be able to have it all.” It is available wherever books are sold or visit www.globalgrind.com.

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