A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006.

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Entry from May 17, 2014
“What you appreciate appreciates”

"What you appreciate appreciates” is a chapter in Lynne Twist’s book, The Soul of Money: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Life (2003). “If you truly appreciate what you have, you will feel better and better,” a blog writer explained in 2007. Twist’s aphorism has been cited frequently.


Lynne Twist: The Soul of Money Institute
Author and Writer
The compelling stories and insights gained from her experiences inspired Lynne to write her best-selling, award-winning book “The Soul of Money: Transforming Your Relationship with Money and Life” (W.W. Norton, 2003).

OCLC WorldCat record
The soul of money : transforming your relationship with money and life
Author: Lynne Twist; Teresa Barker
Publisher: New York : Norton, ©2003.
Edition/Format: Book : English : 1st ed
Contents:
Money and me, money and us --
Into India : heart of hunger, soul of money --
Scarcity : the great lie --
Sufficiency : the surprising truth --
Money is like water --
What you appreciate appreciates --

Evolutionary Sustainability
SUNDAY, JULY 29, 2007
Exploring the Sufficiency Paradigm
The three truths of the Sufficiency paradigm described by Lynne Twist: 1.) Money is like water, 2.) What you appreciate appreciates, and 3.) collaboration creates prosperity.
(...)
What you appreciate appreciates. If you truly appreciate what you have, you will feel better and better. Appreciation of what is, can break the cycle of wanting more and more. She has several suggestions on increasing appreciation. One is using Appreciative Inquiry in our lives. This approach has been successfully applied all over the world. More information on it is available at the Appreciative Inquiry Commons (see the link on our blog.) The more you focus on your strengths and what you do well – the more success you have.

Loving Earth, Mama!
MARCH 19, 2010 BY GAURISUNSHINE
“What you appreciate appreciates”
In the early days I spend my day wating for the crying, dreading the next moment she would scream out for attention and need me desperately, even though I just put her down two minutes ago. I was living permanently on edge; on call 24 hours a day.

Twitter
Ryan Yokome
‏@RyanYokome
Whatever you appreciate, Appreciates. Think of Gratitude as an investment into stepping back into the present, and… http://fb.me/TBBchnx6
6:55 PM - 18 Jan 2011

Twitter
Haskayne School
‏@haskayneschool
The radical surprising truth: The Principle of Sufficiency - what you appreciate, appreciates. Lynne Twist #SoulOfMoney
12:23 PM - 5 Feb 2013

Twitter
Julie Bond Genovese
‏@jujujubee2002
“What you appreciate, appreciates.” ~Lynne Twist
Isn’t it true? When I take the many simple things (the… http://fb.me/116NAIntF
7:00 AM - 5 Mar 2014

Twitter
The New Hollywood
‏@TNH_Tweets
I’ve heard the old adage “What you appreciate appreciates.” So I guess I’ll give it a whirl. Who knows? Maybe… http://fb.me/2pmVZzgMw
8:55 AM - 15 May 2014

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