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Energetic Questions Life's Simple Answers, a book by Fred Shadian

In the spirit of the New Year 2016, we are giving away 10 Autographed Copies of Energetic Questions: Life’s Simple Answers.

Since 1989, I have been teaching martial arts and personal empowerment workshops to thousands of people from around the world. The ones that truly succeeded, were the ones that participated in a 21 Day Challenge of some form to create a new empowering habit which they wanted to develop and master. All of the individuals that I personally coached and mentored, have reported back to me with some amazing results.

I am excited to share my book Energetic Questions: Life’s Simple Answers with you, especially at the beginning of a New Year.
Millions of people make New Year’s Resolutions and only few successfully make new habits to accomplish their goal, dreams and desires.

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Energetic Questions: Life’s Simple Answers

Energetic: Active transformation
Questions: To elicit information
Energetic Questions:
Active transformation to elicit information.

“This book can potentially guide you to answer your deepest,
inquisitive questions about life and the meaning of your life.”

Energetic Questions: Life’s Simple Answers.
Is also available of Amazon Kindle World Wide.

Fred Shadian is a multi-talented researcher and student of life. He is a Coach and Mentor in Martial Arts, Firewalking, Energetic Body Alignment, Kayaking and Nutritional Microscopy. Fred’s speaking, training and healing abilities have guided thousands of individuals worldwide, including Canada, USA, Mexico, Hawaii, Ecuador, Columbia, Jordan, Lebanon, France, United Kingdom, Norway and Germany, how to achieve optimal health and discover their Energetic Greatness.
Fred and his wife Ruth live in the Southern Gulf Islands, BC, Canada. Fred has been involved in the Health and Wellness Industry for over two decades. He has appeared on BCTV, Chek TV, Canada A.M. and CBC Radio. Fred holds three BlackBelts in three different Martial Arts styles and has been teaching professionally since 1989, when he founded Cyclone Fighting Arts. He has produced three martial arts videos, the New Moon Meditation CD and is the author of the Energetic Book series.

Creating Momentum in your life by Fred Shadian

Creating Momentum in your life is a progression of movements that are created just like an ocean wave. You can become part of the flow of momentum and be caught by the wave and ride it to create the momentum that you desire in any aspect of your life.

The key to creating momentum, in reality, is to recognize the extraordinary movement in your life or in your organization and to take small steps each and every day towards your desired outcome. Determine where you are at and where you are going and stay focused, using your time and talent, until you feel totally congruent with your desire.

My martial arts instructor, Sensei David Harris, would always share with me the importance of daily activities towards a desired goal.  If, for any reason, you feel that you are at a plateau you can continue your level of progression by reading a book on the subject that you are pursuing, or you can watch a video on the related subject, maybe you can attend a seminar or you could mentally rehearse your desired outcome for your success.

It is important is to do something, regardless of how small or how large. By taking action daily you create the motion towards your desired achievement.

Stay focused on the end result, be realistic in your approach, and take a step-by-step progression that leads you to your ultimate goal.

There is a Hawaiian saying: “When the surf is high, go surfing and when the water is calm, wax your board.”

Timing is of the essence when riding the wave of momentum. If you hop on too early, you might crash. If you hop on too late, you miss the wave. By timing the wave correctly, you enjoy the ride all the way to the beach.