Do you want to have it all? If not, there is no doubt that you want more of something. More money? More time? Perhaps, more love? Surely, you would like more of something.
There is an art to having it all, according to one author. There is no doubt that we can have a better life. I would argue that many people are not trying hard enough. Unfortunately, many fall into a state of contentment, even if they are deprived of happiness.
There are a lot of resources in the personal development industry. Some people find it helpful. Others roll their eyes. You cannot fault them though.
Some self-help experts are just making all of their money from motivating people.
People are tired of the hypocrisy. It is hard to fault people for feeling skeptical.
Conversely, if a person has became successful at writing books, that person is defined as an author. Nowadays, many people cannot sustain a living from writing books.
New York Times Bestseller. Wall Street Journal Bestseller. USA Today Bestseller. International Bestseller. Those are some impressive accomplishments to have as an author.
My point is that you cannot fault someone for not respecting a person who charges premium prices with no credentials. I could not respect such a person either. As a media professional, I take great care in ensuring that my readers and listeners benefit from the best people that I can source for commentary.
In a recent interview, I talked with Christy Whitman. She authored the NY Times bestselling book, The Art of Having It All.
Tune in as we discuss the universal laws and the compliance required to live a more fulfilling life.
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