Mark Hamilton – The Secret To Wealth and Happiness

Mark Hamilton gives you the secret to wealth and happiness.

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23 Responses to Mark Hamilton – The Secret To Wealth and Happiness

  1. Rosa Lerblance says:

    The Secret to Wealth and Happiness is playing in the sand box as a adult.
    That is exactly what we do on the Friday night call. It is so much fun and
    rewarding to play and learn at the same time. Thank You Mr. Hamilton
    for teaching me learning is power but so nice to play also.

  2. Karen Lorraine Venn says:

    Creating is playtime; happiness is playing creatively…Thank you Mark Hamilton

  3. Pete Zerger says:

    Value creation is working with a purpose. !!!

  4. Lisa Arrowood says:

    Thank you Mark for everything that you have opened my eyes, ears, and mind up to in the past 5 years. I am very grateful to you!!

  5. Lila Bennett says:

    What a JOY to be able to PLAY at work and in life. I have had alot of THAT in that time of life for me. I always wanted to do my utmost best no matter what I did in any phase of my life, and I continue to really WANT to give all of myself to my various endeavors I have involved myself in through discovering a wider essence, or one with more aspects than I had imagined earlier in life. I just want that for everyone, for no one to feel the burden of life that sucks the Joy & Play from everyday living. That leaves plenty of time for personal preferences in activities….

    Love, Lila

  6. Marcus Savage says:

    I’m working on learning.

  7. Gregory Klatt says:

    I had a few experiences in the past when my work was play but it didn’t last. but in the Twelve Visions World it will.

  8. Lisa Newton says:

    Isn’t that great? It makes perfect sense, too, especially when you add in the idea of each person having a job position that takes advantage of their best skills, talents, and delights! So, the kid who did math problems for fun (yes, I’ve known quite a few! Just not me!:) is also the businessperson who loves juggling the numbers, and the kid who always led the games is the one who excels at any aspect requiring people skills, and the one who sat on the steps drawing cartoons or writing stories about dragons is the one who loves doing writing, layout, and copy for every purpose…and then there’s those of us who keep discovering more things they’re good at and enjoy doing as they get older–we’re kind of lucky, too, cuz we just enjoy life!

  9. tyrone burch says:

    Playing and value creation leads to happiness.

  10. Russ Creamer says:

    Thank you Mark for your secrets.

  11. We do appreciate MARK, for revealing the three thousand year old secrets, to lift every nation and individuals to the secrets of wealth and happiness. which is the PRIME LAW the three thousand year old secret.

  12. Richard Crookshank says:

    How big can you dream, applying the principle of satisfactory service in advance, knowing without a doubt anything is possible,even if it takes 2 to 5 years, thats playing.

  13. Gregory Klatt says:

    For me, to be able to Play at work is to Develop a Neothink mentality and what makes it better is to have a Friday-Night-Essence that comes from ones Inner Child.

  14. Russ Creamer says:

    I want everyone to know this. What a happy world!

  15. Russ Creamer says:

    Thank you Mark Hamilton. The more I think about this the happier I get!

  16. Nice Integration, and Insight! Neothink, the New Level of Integration/Concepts.

  17. Russ Creamer says:

    Thank you Mark Hamilton. People’s work is realy People’s play. This is awsome.

  18. Maria C Rodriguez says:

    When you build your Neothink mentality you are able to create your own
    happiness and your world take a 100 degrees around and you could see you future plenty of happiness.

  19. Kay Samalin says:

    Learning how to play at work is the key to happiness. I wish I had known that when I was a young person. I do believe it and can understand that it is a mind altering suggestion. I hope the whole world listens to Mark Hamilton’s video with those uplifting words.

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