Lessons Learned from The Path Less Traveled™ Volume 1
Get motivated & overcome obstacles with courage, confidence & self-discipline.
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“NOT EVERYONE WILL UNDERSTAND YOUR JOURNEY. THAT’S FINE. IT’S NOT THEIR JOURNEY TO MAKE SENSE OF. IT’S YOURS.” – Zero Dean
*** THIS BOOK HAS NOT BEEN WATERED DOWN TO APPEAL TO THE MASSES *** It does not use gimmicks or profanity to sound edgy or as a manipulative tactic to get your attention. It does not exist to tell you things that you want to hear. This book does not involve magic or encourage wishful thinking. And it wasn’t written for money or fame or to sell a million copies.
This book was written to make a positive difference in people’s lives. And like the lessons in this book, this book is the direct result of a journey along the path less traveled. This book isn’t trying to copy other books’ success by following in their footsteps or being just like them. And it is precisely because of all of these things that this book has the potential to help people in ways that other books have not.
Lessons Learned from The Path Less Traveled Volume 1 represents nearly a decade of lessons that were all prompted by and learned from actual life experiences along the path less traveled.
There is no filler here. From page 1 to page 350, everything in this book was written & included with the potential value it may add to reader’s lives in mind.
This book is packed with pages of encouragement, food for thought, reminders, and strategies to help readers cope with and overcome life’s challenges.
EXCERPTS & FOOD FOR THOUGHT:
- “Anger and hate dig holes. Love and kindness move mountains. Choose your motivation wisely.”
- “Don’t let your life goals fall victim to the allure of comfortable routines.”
- “Every time you change something unique about yourself in order to be just like someone else, a piece of the best part of you dies.”
- “You don’t get over the fear of doing something by not doing it.”
- “If you want more kindness in the world, put some there.”
- “Healthy habits harbor happiness.”
- Develop discipline
- Boost your confidence
- Expand your awareness
- Increase your resilience
- Manage your time better
- Deal with discomfort
- Reduce stress
- Save your life
- Find motivation & take action
- Overcome challenges & obstacles
- Ensure you are on the right path
- Discover what makes you happy
- Protect against manipulation
- Immunize against criticism
- Nurture your relationships
- Live a meaningful life
- Face your fears
Read it your way. Lessons can be read in any order from any page.
Read a little or a lot. Lessons take anywhere from 5 seconds to 5 minutes to read. Read whenever you want & choose only what you have time for.
Approximately 350 pages | 100,000+ words | 400+ lessons
Let me be frank…
WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR…
While this book is packed full of potentially life-changing lessons for men & women of all ages, it’s not for everyone. This book is for those who are willing to keep an open mind, as well as think critically, while they read. It’s for those who believe they can change, are willing to change, and can commit to keep trying to change no matter how difficult the path may appear.
Because this book is for those who recognize that anything worth having is worth working for. And it’s for those who understand that long-lasting change takes effort and action, not wishful thinking.
Ultimately, this book is for those who already know — or those who are willing to learn — that the only thing that truly stands between the person they are and the person they want to be is themselves.
If this sounds like you — or like someone you want to be — then this book will likely be well worth your time and investment.
Is there an E-BOOK coming?
Yes, I will release an e-book version in the first quarter of 2019. However, the print version of this book is the ideal version. And I’m not saying that because the print version costs more. In fact, authors make more money from a $9.99 e-book than they do from an $18.95 paperback. And, personally, I love e-books.
However, I put a great deal of effort into designing a book that was meant to be dipped into periodically, randomly flipped through, and then put somewhere handy to be revisited as desired. And while the content of the e-book will be nearly identical to the print version, the experience is nowhere near the same. (And I can tell you this with certainty because I already have a working version of my book on my phone and e-reader.)
Here’s what I can tell you:
The e-book will retail for $9.99 and it will be an Amazon exclusive (at least for 90 days). If you buy the print version, Amazon will discount the ebook to $2.99 for you.
In addition, I will also run an Amazon promotion and drop the e-book price to between $0 and .99 for 5 days (at some time yet-to-be-determined) in order to allow folks to get at an even greater discount. If you want to be notified of when this will be, sign up for my book updates list below.
While I’m happy if you buy my book in any format, just know that the e-book makes a much better companion to the print version than it does as a stand-alone book.
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Volume 1 details at a glance
Release date: December 15
Formats: 5″x8″ trade paperback | eBook edition (delayed release)
Stats: 350 pages | ~400 lessons | ~100,000 words
Price: Print edition:
Digital edition: Price to be determined and released later
The first official volume in the Lessons Learned from The Path Less Traveled™ series — to be released later — is titled:
Not Everyone Will Understand Your Journey.
Lessons Learned from The Path Less Traveled™
“The best teachers are those who show you where to look, but don’t tell you what to see.” — Alexandra K. Trenfor
The lessons and information I share throughout my book(s) are intended to be universal.
It is my hope that at least some aspects of the lessons I share can be applied to anyone’s life regardless of who they are, where they are from, what political party they belong to, or what religion they follow.
Readers are openly encouraged (from the very beginning) to interpret the information in my books through their own lens and to consider the content accordingly.
Although I want to challenge readers at times (because if it doesn’t challenge you, it doesn’t change you) — it isn’t my intention at any time to force my views on anyone. I want rational, thinking beings reading my books.
Yes, just not initially.
I love all books — including ebooks. And especially love the portability of ebooks.
But when it comes to my books, I truly feel the best way to read my books is in their physical form.
My books are designed to be dipped into from any page — and this simply isn’t easy to do with a digital version. They are also designed to revisited repeatedly and not simply as a file you read and quickly forget about.
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