Enlightened Master Seeks Apprentice
Wherever you are in life; let go of your past, eliminate wasteful thoughts, build a solid base, optimize your mind, and achieve the greatness you seek.
In Enlightened Master Seeks Apprentice (EMSA), your future self writes to give you the jump-start you desperately need to get back on track for creating the life you’ve envisioned. As newcomers to this world, we were bursting with energy, dreams, and fortitude. Unfortunately, as we became accustomed to the mainstream ways of life, we began to believe that all of our mental energy and time must be consumed by our efforts to simply survive. The truth is that we have the potential to do it all, but it’s going to take some practice.
This book isn’t just about helping yourself, it’s about healing humanity. Radically optimize your brain through simple techniques so that you may decide where your immense stores of mental energy are spent. Simple does not mean easy but deciding whether something is easy or hard is a waste of energy anyway.
Read Enlightened Master Seeks Apprentice to find out how these techniques can help you create a fulfilled and benevolent life:
- No more thinking (okay, maybe just a little)
- Solving (real) problems
- Un-forming opinions
- Trusting the subconscious
- Building the habit-breaking muscle
- Eliminating distractions
- Theme days
These are just a glimpse of the techniques that author Steve Bode presents in his debut book. Dive in now to see which ones you can use to become the exceptional human you were always going to be!
Aren't you sick and tired of being sick and tired?
You don't have to be. The choice is yours; you just have to make it.
He grew up in a the very small town of Fairport Harbor, Ohio. He currently resides in Southern California where he spends much of his time contemplating the meaning of life while taking long walks on the beach with his Great Dane, Bronco, and going on adventures with his lovely daughter, Annabelle.
Steve has a bachelor’s degree in Fine Art from Ohio University and a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Phoenix. He’s also a big fan of audible.com and listens to over 300 books a year.