Zina-Vivianne Walker on That Th!nk You Do

A book that will draw you in and make you think.

It’s published!

That Th!nk You Do is available on Amazon! Yeeha!

I asked some folks if they’d mind reading an ARC (Advanced Reader Copy) and letting me know what they thought of the book and am posting their comments (many of which appear as blurbs, comments, and endorsements in the book itself).

Today’s blurb is the last in this series and is courtesy Holistic Trauma & Mental Wellness Coach Zina-Vivianne Walker.

A book that will draw you in and make you think.

 

What can I say? A book that will draw you in and make you think.
To me, that is ideal.
Raw writing is the best. Writing that makes one pause….writing that makes you tilt your head and question. The best!!!

Thank you, Zina-Vivianne!

You can find That Th!nk You Do on Amazon and at other fine retailers.

Eileen @BildEileen Bild on That Th!nk You Do

There is synthesis between the known and unknown, the seen and unseen, the mental and the physical, the desires of the heart and the mental mind…

It’s published!

That Th!nk You Do is available on Amazon! Yeeha!

I asked some folks if they’d mind reading an ARC (Advanced Reader Copy) and letting me know what they thought of the book.
I asked some folks if they’d mind reading an ARC (Advanced Reader Copy) and letting me know what they thought of the book.

I’m posting their comments (many of which appear as blurbs, comments, and endorsements in the book itself) prior to publication.

Today’s blurb is actually the Foreword to the book itself and is courtesy CEO, Author, and Coach Eileen Bild. You can also follow Eileen on Twitter.

There is synthesis between the known and unknown, the seen and unseen, the mental and the physical, the desires of the heart and the mental mind; and the overall theme of we are all just trying to make it from one day to the next with joy, peace, and happiness.

 

I have always been a scholar at heart and study cross disciplinary areas such as philosophy, neuroscience, spirituality, psychology, science, and metaphysics. When Joseph Carrabis shared with me his own cross disciplinary studies and brought his knowledge, experience, and insights into book form, I was intrigued. He presents an underlying element of life that is layered with various nuances we can look deeper into separately or in combination, like putting a puzzle together to see the full picture.
By taking different aspects of life, living, and the balance needed to make it in the world as unscathed as possible, Joseph takes us through his own journey of building an incredible business and the lessons learned along the way. These include the way people think, why they do what they do, living by specific principles, understanding happiness, work-life balance, and his suggestions of how-to’s for living life effortlessly and purposefully.
If you ever wonder about how to think like an expert, the difference between your inner critic and the actor within, your ability to be heard, the value of being a musician, how to protect yourself from liars or how to overcome fears, you will find answers in this book.
Through each chapter there is a magic wand taking you into an area of life that you may have experienced yourself or it will be something new to consider. There is synthesis between the known and unknown, the seen and unseen, the mental and the physical, the desires of the heart and the mental mind; and the overall theme of we are all just trying to make it from one day to the next with joy, peace, and happiness.
Joseph gives his own insights throughout the pages of what he believes are the backbone of what weaves together to bring us life experiences. Some great, others not so great. He leaves it up to the reader to discern what is true for them. You will find yourself wanting to explore more of each of his analysis of life’s nuggets, many of which we create ourselves through questions, desires for specific outcomes and the need to be heard.
I found myself comparing my own life journey and discerning what might be relatable and if I agree with Joseph’s interpretation. I believe we are all students of life and when there are tidbits of one’s story shared for the sake of giving information that may help others learn, grow, or transform, we are blessed with a gift. It is up to us as to what we do with this gift.
I recommend reading through the book once, coming back through with notebook in hand jotting down the highlights. Then one at a time, research for more information of what you may not know much about. You may find some dots connecting and puzzle pieces come together over time. In this book there are sparks of ideas and thoughts which can be a catalyst for creating positive change in your life. The principles he lives by are seeds to plant for yourself and carry into both your personal and professional life.

Thank you, Eileen!

You can find That Th!nk You Do on Amazon and at other fine retailers.