Examining The “What If” In Our Lives

February 26, 2008

Eldon Taylor’s Choices and Illusions examines the What If? What if our mindset could heavily influence the course of our lives? What if we are told to believe one thing, follow that course line by line believing we only had one option, or we could reprogram ourselves to do something completely different resulting in a new life? Taylor, a former criminalist, supervised and conducted investigations to determine deception. He applies that same approach to unraveling human behavior in Choices and Illusions. Taylor’s approach is scientific and pragmatic, and his conclusions are inspirational and soul enhancing. In Choices and Illusions, you’ll hear fantastic stories of divine intervention, learn why you think and do what you do, or not wish to do, and understand the very clear message that it’s never too late to be happy and succeed, regardless of your past actions.

Mind over Matter

Like the incarcerated inmate, we too are often limited into not seeing beyond our confinement. Taylor uses countless case studies on everything from cancer patients whose doctors believed they could beat the disease, versus cancer patients with the same form of cancer who were given identical treatment, but their doctors gave them little hope. The doctor’s attitudes determined whether or not the patients died from the disease. If they had a positive outlook on their patient’s therapy, the patient’s lived longer than those whose doctors gave them a negative prognosis. Despite identical treatment, it was their physician’s attitude that was instrumental in whether they lived or died. If attitude can be beneficial in treating cancer, imagine how it can impact every aspect of our lives!

Taylor states, “most people do not accept that within themselves is a power that can change all of those self-limiting, self-destructive beliefs, a power that can indeed result in manifesting a person so self-responsible that he/she walks and lives above the fray – in the world but not of the world. This is truly your birthright. Life is not designed to be only struggle.” Simply reading this book will open your eyes to new worlds of possibilities. Once exposed to the illusions most live under and by, you will change, and putting into practice any of these very simple teachings will open the door for you to achieve your highest potential. Choices and Illusions tell the story of one man’s journey into the workings of the human mind and our reason for being.

Eldon Taylor has made a lifelong study of the human mind and has earned doctoral degrees in clinical psychology and pastoral psychology. He is a Fellow with the American Psychotherapy Association (APA). Eldon is president and director of Progressive Awareness Research, Inc and is the author of over 300 books and audio/video programs.

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A Must-read by Stephen M. R. Covey

February 6, 2008

As you know, we love to read. Once in a while, a must-read book comes out that we don’t want you to miss.

If you’ve read The Passion Test, then you’ve read the fabulous interview we did with Stephen M.R. Covey about The Speed of Trust. Now you have a special opportu*nity to get Stephen’s incredible book.

Larry King says, “This book can change lives…” We agree. The Speed of Trust is an important book and has received overwhelmingly positive reactions. Following are several that will interest you.

The Speed of Trust was named by BusinessWeek as one of the top five career books of 2006. The New York Times called Stephen M. R. Covey the next potential business sage and guru, citing The Speed of Trust as “the most intriguing business book of fall 2006.” USA Today said, “Vital to good business…Covey…has a finger on the pulse of something important.”

Tony Robbins said: “Covey expertly illuminates the connections between credibility and productivity in a way that will forever change your perception of trust.”

Dr. Laura asked: “Want to be an irresistible positive force? Read The Speed of Trust.”

Ken Blanchard said: “The Speed of Trust is a must-read for all of us.”

Spencer Johnson, M. D., Author of Who Moved My Cheese?, added: “It’s invaluable.”

Jay Conrad Levinson, The Father of Guerrilla Marketing, said: “The Speed of Trust is the ultimate how-to book.”

Patricia Aburdene, Author of Megatrends 2010, shared: “This is the book I’ve waited for! The definitive case that Trust literally creates profit, success, and prosperity.”

Richard Carlson, Ph.D., Author of Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff, said: “I am happier when I am trusted, and I bet you are too. This one realization can change your life. This is the best book by a Covey since 7 Habits.”

John Gray, Ph.D., Author of Men Are from Mars, Women are From Venus, said: “Those relationships that will stand the test of time are built upon a foundation of enduring trust. Covey gives us the blueprint for learning how to apply this principle with the important people in our lives.”

We were particularly intrigued by Seth Godin’s comment: “Why are you reading the blurbs on this book? Simple, because you trust (a few of) us. Trust drives everything in our non-branded, too fast world. So, trust this: This is an important book. The younger Covey has written a book that matters.”

We were also impressed to see that The Speed of Trust met the strict scrutiny to be endorsed by CEOs of multiple leading companies, including Dell Computer, Jet Blue, Campbell Soup, Marriott International, Sbarro, EDS, DBS Bank Ltd., Huntsman International, Ernst & Young, and the former CEOs of TORO, Ritz Carlton Hotels, Hard Rock Café, Madison Square Garden, and Singapore Airlines.

One example: William Parrett, CEO of Deloitte Touche Tomatsu, stated: “The Speed of Trust is Red Hot Relevant,” and Nolan Archibald, CEO of Black and Decker, said: “…I could not put it down. It is exactly what business leaders need today. The author discusses with clarity and insight how ‘trusted’ leaders and organizations do things better, faster, and at lower costs. Everyone should make the time to read this book.”

Chris Anderson, author of The Long Tail and Editor-in-Chief of WIRED magazine, had this to say in an interview with Covey for Speed of Trust Radio: “Money was the currency of the old economy. Trust is the currency of the new, global economy.”

Bottom-line: you must read this book! Follow these links to Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com for your convenience.



Thanks for trusting our opinion,

Healthy Wealthy nWise

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