Bob Colley


I am a writer, blogger and single parent who lives in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada.

Some of the things I’ve done in the last several years:

Visited almost all the museums in and around Ottawa, Ontario
Went horseback riding in the Rockies
Lived on the Gulf Island of Gabriola for two years
Learned to ride a motorcycle
Walked on fire
Learned to scuba dive
Completed a 5k race
Completed a 10k race
Rafted down the Colorado River then flew over the Grand Canyon
Climbed Mount Benson in Nanaimo, BC
Learned to build wooden boats
Walked 56 kilometres in Lake Cowichan’s Great Walk
Made a dietary change and lost 15 pounds
Completed a 21-day fast and lost 25 pounds

Just make your goal then go for it!

Where to find Bob Colley online

Where to buy in print


Goals for Change
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 33,860. Language: English. Published: July 18, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Motivation & inspiration, Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Confidence & self-esteem
(4.00 from 2 reviews)
Goals for Change is written in a easy and quick to read format that is designed to help you get your goals on paper so you can design your ideal life and take off with laser-like precision. Hundreds of suggestions are broken down into a six sections. Just take the ideas that interest you and skip the ones that don’t. Have what you want, be the best person you can and enjoy a life of your dreams.

Bob Colley's tag cloud

Bob Colley's favorite authors on Smashwords

Smashwords book reviews by Bob Colley

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