The Adventurer's Companion - A Practical Guide to Life Change

Jump-Start YOUR journey to a BETTER LIFE and a BETTER YOU today!

The Adventurer’s Companion is your essential guide to find your true goals, take action, and remove personal blocks to fulfill YOUR dreams.

Lavishly illustrated, and with OVER 400 PAGES, the book UNIQUELY combines insight AND practical techniques – including the innovative Adventure Map to keep you on track to YOUR future. More

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About Patrick Geever

1. Biography

Patrick was born and raised in the UK, where he graduated from Oxford University.

He is active as a Life Coach and Personal Effectiveness Coach, Therapist, Writer, and Independent Consultant – and has achieved advanced certification in Rational-Emotive Behaviour Therapy.

Patrick has worked and travelled all over the globe, including spells living in New Zealand and the deserts of Arabia. Patrick currently lives in The Netherlands, is married, and has two teenage daughters.

He is clearly an all-round upstanding person.

2. Alternative Biography

Patrick frequently engages in self-defeating and ineffective behaviour, and is often challenged to find a really good reason for getting out of bed.

Until recently, he had no idea what made him tick and was drifting aimlessly – allergic to anything that might upset this comfortable state of affairs.

Since Patrick began to pay more attention to himself and his life, things have definitely changed a little for the better, but there is still plenty of headroom for improvement, and quite possibly some room for head improvement.

Yes, dear reader, Patrick is just like you… fallible, flawed, and flapping around in the dark – looking for clues and remedies, trying to make a little sense of it all.

However, you may learn something useful from his experiences and insights that will help you on your own journey through life.

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