Oola is not your typical self-help book. Oola reads more like a collection of kick-butt anecdotes and sincere stories that just happen to have meaningful messages. Co-authors Dave Braun (The OolaSeeker) and Troy Amdahl (The OolaGuru) have been there and done that.
Oola (n).- That state of awesomeness. It is when your life is balanced and growing in the seven key areas of life; the 7 F’s of Oola (Fitness, Finance, Family, Field, Faith, Friends, and Fun).
When your life is In Oola, you’re in the zone–everything seems to be going your way. Oola is experienced when your life is balanced and growing. The truth is that Oola is a gift available to anyone and everybody.
You are worthy of a life in Oola. No matter what you have done, or what you have failed to do, Oola is available to you.
Go get it!
When examining all the OolaBlockers, this is the most subconscious block of them all. It is an all-too-common cycle. Your growth took effort and sacrifice. You begin to reap tangible rewards of your effort and sacrifice. Your stress begins to ease, you feel more balanced, you are inspired by your growth. You feel the momentum gained by the pursuit of a balanced life. You feel on track to discover your personal destiny.
Then one day, all the subconscious negative self-talk speaks up, and you decide that you are not worth it and you unknowingly begin the process of self-sabotage.
Once again, no matter what, NO MATTER WHAT, hear us when we say that you deserve all your wildest dreams to come true.
Your Oola awaits.
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[bluebox]Paulo Coelho, in the introduction to his international bestselling book, The Alchemist, paints a clear written picture of the obstacles preventing us from our personal calling. Regarding the fourth and final obstacles he states,
Oscar Wilde said, “Each man kills the thing he loves.”
And it’s true.
The mere possibility of getting what he wants fills the soul of the ordinary person with guilt. We look around at all those who have failed to get what they want and feel that we do not deserve to get what we want either. We forget about all the obstacles we overcame, all the suffering we endured, all the things we had to give up in order to get this far. I have known a lot of people who, when their personal calling was within their grasp, went on to commit a series of stupid mistakes and never reached their goal–when it was only a step away.
Learn what I learned from one of my gurus, Paulo Coelho:
“If you believe yourself worthy of the thing you fought so hard to get, then you become an instrument of God, you help the soul of the World, and you understand why you are here.”
If you can grasp and own this concept, you will be able to avoid this powerful OolaBlocker.[/bluebox]