How was this marriage saved?
I was very moved to receive this success story from the latest reader of “The Truth About Women” ebook: “David, I have to say thank you sooooo MUCH!!! My husband and I seemed to be worlds apart until I found your ebook. We were in such bad shape I thought there was no where left to go.
We starting reading ‘The Truth About Women’ together about a week ago and it was as if the light came on. He actually looked at me and said “I GET IT! I understand now what you’ve been trying to tell me all along”
We have our good days and our bad days, but the bad ones are becoming far less and when we need to we just reference your ebook to seek coaching!
I know this all sounds so stereotypical but it is the truth. Thank you so much. You have truly saved a family from it’s own demise!”
West Chester PA USA
gtkiverson @ aol.com
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2. FEATURE: Finding Love and Joy
This is an excerpt from Warrior of the Light by Paulo Coelho:
A Warrior of the Light needs love.
Love and affection are as much a part of his nature as eating, drinking, and a taste for the Good Fight. When the Warrior watches a sunset and feels no joy, then something is wrong.
At this point, he stops fighting and goes in search of company, so that they can watch the setting sun together.
If he has difficulty in finding company, he asks himself: “Was I too afraid to approach someone? Did I receive affection and not even notice?”
A Warrior of the Light makes use of solitude, but is not used by it.
1) Do one thing today that brings you joy.
2) Do the same activity, only take someone with you. Experience the joy of sharing that moment together.
3) What have you learned? Go to the blog and share your experience.
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3. The Personal Touch
Quite an interesting month. I thought I could keep writing my book while I traveled Australia, but I can’t. Too distracting. I now have an offer from two publishers, and am still shopping it around.
It was awesome to make my brother’s 30th birthday in Melbourne, and to stay with Bronwyn (my darling ex) and her man.
It was great to survive the government audit for a $100,000 export assistance grant. (results aren’t in yet, but it’s looking good)
I went camping with my Dad for three nights – the first time we’ve ever done something alone. It was profound, with each of us bringing up things we’d never spoken of.
After 35 years, I enrolled my family in celebrating my late sister’s life. She lived for 5 years, and I say that’s 5 years worth celebrating! We had a lovely time story-telling around the table.
I explored relationship possibility (once again!) with my personal growth angel/devil, and found that I was just getting hugely triggered; I wasn’t happy. I finally decided life is too short for that, and felt instantly better once I decided to move on (yet again . But you know – it does get easier. It was one of the best break up calls I’ve had.
I spoke to 500 people at a Chris Howard business seminar in Sydney. Sales weren’t what I expected, but I nailed the speech, and I did discover that making out with a stunning woman is a lovely way of moving through a breakup. (too much info? well…you ARE reading the personal section
Also connected with my Aussie friend Sarah Mac after 7 years, and we’re talking about doing a radio show in the US – entertainment meets personal development. Thoughts? (let’s hear them on the blog)
Today I flew from Sydney to San Francisco, and am writing from a lovely hotel on the water. Tomorrow I go to Calgary to hang with friends, and expect to go house hunting soon in the San Francisco Bay area.
So once again, your average month
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