Is your glass half-full or half-empty?

I just read a book that is truly AMAZING.  It’s called ABUNDANCE – The Future Is Better Than You Think.


And because I loved it, I reached out to the author, Peter Diamandis, and did an exclusive interview with him for my community that you can listen to below now.  

Abundance contains the most hopeful message I have heard in a longtime. It’s a message that’s needed more than ever today.  

I like to consider myself an optimistic guy, but this book recharged my positivity and enthusiasm to a whole new level. I believe it can inspire you and your family as well, which is why I am very excited to share this interview with you.

You can also access a complimentary chapter from Peter’s book HERE.

And as one more incredible gift from me to you—click THIS LINK to view a presentation Peter did with my Business Group (that I personally spend $25k a year to study with).

Why I am giving you all this amazing information for free?  Because I love and care about my community—and hope this helps and inspires you! 

It certainly inspired me.  ENJOY!   My guess is this book is an instant New York Times bestseller—and you’re getting an exclusive interview “before” the rest of the world hears about it.

Let me know what you think by commenting below the audio!

Live Rich,

David Bach 


6 thoughts on “Is your glass half-full or half-empty?

  1. Wow, this is so inspiring! Thanks for sharing this interview and the video presentation. I cant wait to get my hands into the book that I ordered right away!

  2. I found this interview very interesting and provocative in that it really captures the essence of the role the media plays in reaching us through negative content. Thank you for giving us a reminder that we have come a long way and the opportunities today are endless, the only thing that hinders us…is us! Very inspiring! Thank you!

  3. Thank you so much, David, for bringing us Peter. This was the third presentation I have experienced. I am so excited. You are both my heros who make me feel wonderful about the future.

  4. I was listening to the interview and enjoying it. but how do i continue to listen or put it on hold when interuppid (phone call,bathroom)I dont want to have to listen to the whole thing over every time. I should be able to go to the middle of the interview were I left off but cant figure out how? Thanks Clint