How to Beat the Energy Thieves and Make Your Life Better - eBook1

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Energy Thieves are here to make your life hurt.
They will promise to make you feel better and help you when nothing could be further from the truth.
The reality is they will steal more and more of your energy until they own it all and can end your existence.
Jess Miller shows you how to beat Alcohol, Drugs, Tobacco, Bullying, Stealing, Gambling, Gangs, Knives and Guns and get your life back. More

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About Jess Miller

Jess used to be relatively wealthy, was stripped of his money in 1996/97 and had to learn to exist without it.

In consequence of this and many other traumatic 'life occurrences' he descended into a physical fight for his life as well as going through the depression experience. He found himself going through a series of daunting, self-finding experiences and it took him 5 long years to recover to an acceptable state of being, during which he had begun helping others.

He soon had people knocking on his door and telling him about the dreadful lives they were living and he helpted them reach a better existence.

Still battling 'dark energy' that has harried and hampered his efforts to complete his books and get them to those who will benefit from the self-help message they hold he says he has had to 'live in a bubble of extreme patience whilst fighting a war of attrition against everything that tries every day to thwart my progress to help others'.

His efforts to do so on a larger scale finally became reality in 2010.

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Review by: Bob Colley on May 09, 2012 :
This easy to read book was born out of Jess Miller’s own personal experiences and battles. He discusses the importance of avoiding the energy thieves of alcohol, drugs, tobacco, bullying, stealing, gambling, gangs and guns and knives because they not only steal your energy they also divert you from your true path in life.

If you think you are in control of your problems, chance is you are not. Your addictions may make you feel better in the short term, but Jess explains that’s just the con they play on you.

You have to manage your energy so it isn’t taken from you and that means you have to be honest with yourself as well as ever diligent.

I really liked his simple but powerful list of 50 ways to help someone with almost all of them so easy anyone can do them.

This is the first of a series of four books. The rest will no doubt also be a great read.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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