I especially love those days when I hear from clients, students, friends, and now, even strangers about how Attitude Reconstruction has changed their lives.
Just yesterday I received an email from a friend who is one of my most supportive fans. She often shares the Attitude Reconstruction principles with her coworkers, clients, and acquaintances.
She wrote: “Donna (not her real name) wrote the other day that she gets up in the middle of the night when she is stricken by fear – does some shivering in the bathroom and then gets in bed for a good night’s sleep. Your work works and we recommend your book to all who will listen!”
Of course, her words warmed my heart.
I am in New York at BEA — Book Expo America. I’m guessing that there might be an occasion where a little shivering will help me remain cool as I navigate the unexpected. Yesterday I visited with both an old family friend and today I’ll be meeting scads of new folks in the book world.
I also reconnected with another friend who I hadn’t seen for twenty years. Abbe Kirsch accompanied me last night to the Benjamin Franklin Award ceremony at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square, (That already sounds glitzy doesn’t it?) The gold and silver awards were announced in 56 categories. I’m pleased to say that Attitude Reconstruction captured the GOLD in self-help! This is the most prestigious award to date!
Celebrations are in order!
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