Monthly Archives: August 2012

Book full of coincidences!

Hiya,

Please bookmark this post.

Because I want you to come back here as and when coincidences start to happen for you too.

Here’s what happened yesterday Aug 28th:

Em came into my office (we work from home) and said: ‘Guess what, I have to go to London tomorrow to work.’

‘Uh-huh.’ I replied

‘Do you fancy meeting me after and we can go see a show?’ She offered.

‘Sure, ok.’ I replied

Later in the afternoon I got around to reading yesterday’s page (yes, I read my own book) – and the guide was – ‘Take the opportunity to go to a live event.

Now I know we’re going today – but how coincidental was that? Now here’s the thing, this happens ALL the time. Not only to us (I’ll share some more over the next few days) but also to other readers of the book that we know.

I’d love for you to share any coincidences in your life that you’ve noticed since reading the book – right here in the comments section below and hopefully we can build a hub of them for everyone to read.

Enjoy

Stu

🙂

PS: Try out the first 79 pages of my book: ‘How To Change Your Life One Day At A Time‘ at no cost simply by opting in to my complimentary video training series here: (CLICK HERE)

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Available in all UK libraries.

Hiya,

Just to let you know that my book is now available in all UK libraries!

That doesn’t mean all libraries will hold a copy but all libraries can now order a copy in for anyone wishing to read it. So, if you’re a frequent library visitor please take the opportunity to order a copy and read it for free. 🙂

Enjoy

Stu

🙂

PS: Try out the first 79 pages of: ‘How To Change Your Life One Day At A Timeat no cost right now by simply opting in to my complimentary video training series here: (CLICK HERE)

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Book signing got in the paper. :)

Hiya,

Just thought I’d share this pic of me in my local paper again, this time for outselling 50 Shades of Grey at my book signing at Waterstones. 🙂

Outsold 50 Shades of Grey by 2 to 1 on the day! 🙂

Enjoy

Stu

🙂

PS: Try out the first 79 pages of my book: ‘How To Change Your Life One Day At A Time‘ at no cost simply by opting in to my complimentary video training series here: (CLICK HERE)

 

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Apologies in advance – my NEW book for FREE!

Hiya,

Apologies in advance for doing a blatant plug post!

I have a NEW fiction book out, on Kindle only, called ‘The Foretelling: A Journey To Truth‘ co-authored with a friend of mine – and for the next 5 days it will be available as a Free download (this is a promotional period only after which it will go up to the exorbitant price of approx. £2).  😉

Unlike my main book this one is a fiction story full of adventure, mysticism and esoteric intrigue along the lines of Celestine Prophecy, The Da Vinci Code, Raiders of the Lost Ark etc.

For those with Kindles and that enjoy that type of thing please take advantage of this promotional period (and read the full description), go grab a copy now from: HERE

The only favour I ask is that you write a review of it sometime.

Enjoy

Stu

🙂

PS: It already has 4 reviews between 4 and 5 stars!

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Have you reached ‘Peak Life’ yet?

Hiya,

I was reading a blog post by Stephen Edwards earlier and this line in it inspired the question in the title: “The truth is I have probably lived more days than I’m going to live.

We’ve all heard of Peak Oil – it’s the point when we have burned more oil than is left in the ground, we’ve gone past the halfway mark – there’s less left than we’ve used. Trouble is, we’re using it faster every day so it won’t last as long as we’ve been using it already.

This is much like life – it goes faster the more we live it. The older we get the quicker it goes! So, just like the oil – one day we’re going to run out of life. The big question is – what are you going to do with what’s left?

365 days per year, how many days do we have left? Nobody knows, so let’s make each and every day a step towards who we really are, who we really want to be. Let’s show the world our unique selves, let’s offer the gift of ourselves to everyone.

Have you reached Peak Life yet?

Ponder

Stu

🙂

PS: Try out the first 79 pages of my book: ‘How To Change Your Life One Day At A Time‘ at no cost simply by opting in to my complimentary video training series here: (CLICK HERE)

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Take the opportunity today to learn the Listen-Act-Trust Process.

Hiya,

I learnt this technique from Lisa Sasevich (the Queen of sales conversion and developer of the Invisible Close) whilst she was being interviewed by John Assaraf.

It stands for:

     Listen – to your intuition

     Act – on what you feel, and

     Trust – yourself and the action you are taking in response

This is great advice. All to often we allow our minds to get in the way and cast seeds of doubt over our plans. Apply this process daily to each and every circumstance that arises.

To find out more about Lisa Sasevich go to: http://www.LisaSasevich.com

Enjoy

Stu

🙂

PS: This technique comes from p.376 of my book: ‘How To Change Your Life One Day At A Time‘,  try out the first 79 pages at no cost simply by opting in to my complimentary video training series here: (CLICK HERE)

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Bronze & Silver Medal Misery

 

Hiya,

The olympics 2012 is over!

Some world records were broken, many personal bests were smashed, and some athletes won the first medals their countries had ever received!

In amongst the celebrations though were others in misery as they failed to achieve any medals or even to get to the finals of their events. Others still, that achieved Bronze or even Silver and were miserable with that. A Women’s Korean Archer even won Gold and apologised to her country for doing it with a low mark of 8 – stating to the press that: ‘We don’t score 8s in Korea.’

This was quite surprising for me and got me thinking about expectations. We all have them, it’s what drives us forward, keeps us striving, helps us through the pain. But by being so attached to the outcome we rob ourselves of the joy of achieving anything less. How many athletes would have loved to go home with a Bronze medal but went back happy to take part but empty handed, as another came home miserable because they got a Bronze but went for a Gold.

Expectations are healthy, but being attached to the outcome is not – it is where suffering resides. Let’s be grateful for what we have, what we achieve and for the daily opportunity to do more. Let’s pursue our goals with vigour, determination and courage. But let’s also pat ourselves on the back for taking part, for taking on the challenge, for taking the risk – win, lose or draw.

Being happy can exist alongside dissatisfaction – that’s what makes us want to improve.

Take care and enjoy

Stu

🙂

PS: Try out the first 79 pages of my book: ‘How To Change Your Life One Day At A Time‘ at no cost simply by opting in to my complimentary video training series here: (CLICK HERE)

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