Super Rich

Super Rich

A Guide to Having It All

By Russell Simmons; Chris Morrow

Gotham Books, Paperback, 9781592406180, 197pp.

Publication Date: November 1, 2011

The visionary entrepreneur and author of the "New York Times" bestseller "Do You " delivers a powerful guide to spiritual enlightenment.

Being "super rich" has little to do with living in a mansion and everything to do with living in a state of consciousness where you are equally connected to the world and your highest self. While it can be easy to become sidetracked chasing material wealth, the only worthwhile pursuit in life should be to find lasting, stable happiness.

"Super Rich" shares strategies on how to get past perceived obstacles to happiness and fill your life with friendship, compassion, laughter, love, a sense of fulfillment, and, yes, money. When you use your gifts and serve the world, the world will in return reward you. Through real-life examples, Russell provides the concepts and tools needed to transform your relationship with yourself and the world for the better. "Super Rich" offers a road map to lasting, stable abundance that is rooted in your consciousness. And once you tap into that consciousness and harness its power, then you're going to have access to the greatest stimulus package of all time: your higher self.

About the Author
RUSSELL SIMMONS is the founder or cofounder of numerous successful companies and philanthropic organizations, including Def Jam Records, Phat Farm clothing, the dRush advertising agency, and Rush Philanthropic.
NELSON GEORGE is a groundbreaking journalist, cultural critic, novelist, and filmmaker. Among his nine books are Show and Tell, the award-winning Death of Rhythm & Blues, and Hip Hop America, . He can be reached at

Chris Morrow is the author of "Stir It Up: Reggae Album Cover Art" and has written about hip-hop and politics for numerous publications, including "The Source" and "The New York Daily News". A resident of Brooklyn, New York, he has been working as a speechwriter for Russell Simmons since 2003.