In a world where we have or want 'way too much' to worry about with quantities of problems, we can find a 'way to much' of the qualities we want in life; like happiness, tranquility, or success. Reasons for living and meanings for existence elusively overlap, but they are often based on feelings or thoughts we have experienced and enjoyed. Focus on conclusions and goals, and practice experiencing them more consistently upon reading this book which uses philosophy and psychology to explore religion and science in our lives.
Did you know that you can be successful at home? If you're interested in happiness, there are practical instructions here from various sources. This book explores how SCOD theory applies to every-day life. Expand your vision and discover how to live courageously by reading this book when the mood hits you! Be inspired with other people's stories, and with your own powerful evolving self! Break through any barriers, and achieve at least some limited mortal success today! Transform your life forever, hopefully for the better, quicker than you ever imagined!
This book will guide you on a gentle journey of the soul. The challenge of life change includes dealing with space and barriers with conscious experience, and sometimes we want help with the transformation process. Success is subjective, and inner peace is not always attainable or sustainable for all people; therefore each individual must define personal goals on their own terms. Dreams can be redefined, changed, and elaborated upon in order to achieve or allow them to happen.
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About the Author
In order to write this book, Dr. Drogo studied the writings and other commercial media products from previous gurus in the fields of self-help, motivation, leadership, philosophy, psychology, and life skills. These gurus, teachers, philanthropists, or forums include Tony Robbins, Ted Talks, Oprah Winfrey, numerous self-help books, motivational speakers, spiritual leaders, civil rights legends like Gandhi & Martin Luther King, and local heroes like John Brown. Many movie and television actors have also influenced this book; they include Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lou Ferrigno, Bruce Willis, Mr-T, Morgan Freeman, and Tom Hanks. Successful film directors that inspired this book were George Lucas, Stephen Spielberg, Orson Welles, Kubrick, Tim Burton, Oliver Stone, Peter Jackson, Jim Henson, James Cameron, Michael Moore, and Mel Brooks. Even a few famous comedians like George Carlin, Robin Williams, Gene Wilder, Richard Pryor, well you get the idea. Also he applies his own SCOD Theory of architecture to everything. Yes, the author is a little 'too much'.