Overview

It has been 653 years since Plato's dialogue of Timaeus dawning man's search for the lost city of Atlantis. A conscious quest to discover Plato's Republic a perfect utopian state. As human's we seek external forces to create a better life for ourselves. Why?

You already posses the ancient tools to create the life you want & deserve. You are the artist ready to stroke your own masterpiece. Leonardo Da Vinci's iconic Venturian Man, was cast ...
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Overview

It has been 653 years since Plato's dialogue of Timaeus dawning man's search for the lost city of Atlantis. A conscious quest to discover Plato's Republic a perfect utopian state. As human's we seek external forces to create a better life for ourselves. Why?

You already posses the ancient tools to create the life you want & deserve. You are the artist ready to stroke your own masterpiece. Leonardo Da Vinci's iconic Venturian Man, was cast in stone as a testament to the human body, propelling forth the human spirit. Rise UP, become Inspired and begin to sculpt your own personal "David"

With God all things are possible. Do not lay victim to circumstances, and in desperation call out in God's name as if prayer is nothing more than the crippled man's crutch. Do not shackle your days in the bonds of strain. I spent 22 years bound in self-pity, emboldened by my own self dictated script of blame and excuses. I've heard many stories, and witnessed their rouse played out in front of me…

Our country is at a cross roads. It is the individual human spirit within all of us, who has sat by and allowed the American Dream to be dictated to us, for far to long. Let the political parties and media focus on their, "truths." Let them keep reinforcing their arguments by simply regurgitating the same talking points to their audiences, who tune in so they can have their own opinions be reinforced. What's the definition of insanity?

Our founding father's were humble enough to recognize their own fallacy as men, as they freely professed when they breathed life into the words we all know. "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."

I'm reaching out to those who still dare to dream, more importantly those who want to achieve their dreams. How can you expect to change the world, when you can't change your personal situation? How can you tell others how to live based upon your personal belief system, when you, yourself have not achieved your desired goals?

If you have ever dreamed of a better life, Inspired: The Art & Science of Personal Transformation will show you how to achieve the unprecedented quality of life you thirst for and deserve, and how to command your personal and professional life. Tollie has proved to scores of people through his speaking engagements, media, and seminars that by exploiting the dominance of your mind you can do, have, achieve, and create anything you want for your life.

Discover what it is that you truly want
reThink 180º to reformat your brain in minutes to eliminate fears and phobias
Implement the Art of Persuasion and Influence to gain the edge of likability with anyone you meet.
Break the code of success from the world's greatest achievers.
Lose fat, get in shape and overcome an eating disorder permanently.
Create deep and lasting relationships with others, to feel love and not lust.
Contribute to others, discovering your life's purpose in order to live a life of passion!

Inspired: The Art & Science of Personal Transformation is a revolutionary mind freak for achieving anything in life with the absence of excuses and embracing complete personal responsibility. Inspired gives you the tools and walks you through step by step, how to perform at your pinnacle while creating emotional and physical freedom, instilling leadership and confidence, and inspiring others around you. It will give you the tools and unshakable faith in yourself to believe in your dreams, remake the person you are today, and give more to the world around you. Inspired: The Art & Science of Personal Transformation is a call to action to rise UP, and magnify the human experience in an age of complacency.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148692072
  • Publisher: Tollie International Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/13/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 336
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

Tollie has proved to scores of people through his speaking engagements, media, and seminars that by exploiting the dominance of your mind you can do, have, achieve, and create anything you want for your life.

Tollie’s story of growing up as the Fat Kid who ballooned to over 500 pounds before achieving an astounding weight loss of over 300 pounds has caught media attention. He Has been featured in many national publications, network talk shows, and radio programs across the U.S. He has been called the dreamer, the self-help guru, the Energizer Bunny, and his message and solutions have resonated with countless individuals worldwide.

Decisive Advisor to World Leaders

Tollie has met with, consulted, or advised international leaders including Vladimir Putin, Boris Yeltsin, Queen Elizabeth II, Sergei Nikitich Khrushchev, James D. Wolfensohn, and Nikolai Lysenko. He has consulted members of two Russian administrations, members of the U.S. Congress, the Russian Army, the U.S. Marines, the World Bank, the Russian Federal Space Agency and the son of former Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev. Tollie has had the unique opportunity to distinguish patterns and model the critical blueprint which brings about persistent habitual results for some of the most successful individuals in the world.

Engaging International Negotiations & Corporate Strategist

At only 16 years old: Tollie was flung into the world of International Business & Intercontinental Trade Negotiations. The stigma of his age and obvious weight challenge could not overshadow his charisma and ability and he excelled to becoming the youngest international negotiator in Eastern Europe.

reStored Honor Leadership Development

Tollie has a vision to develop a community of leaders to strengthen and propel America into the future. His concept is to focus on reBuilding from within and instilling honor, values, ethics, drive, passion & creativity into our young future leaders. With the American Educational system in decline, the teaching of the values of service, citizenship, and free enterprise has become increasingly rare. Tollie has been a featured speaker at the American Leadership Academy. The ALA, provides a unique and intimate venue through which successful leaders share their experiences and inspire the values, skills, habits and discipline needed to lead America.
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