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Insight June 1 2020

Did you say a book?

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”
― Maya Angelou

If you had told me that one day I would be writing my own books… I would have said this was a dream. And that dream is a dream about to come true!

My first book is getting into good shape, progressively, surely and with great joy. Even more as I am not writing it by myself and co-writing it with my dear business partner and friend Ellen Kocher. It also gives us the opportunity to learn how the writing and publishing a book works… a totally new world for me, and I know this is just the beginning.

And guess what will be the topic of our first book? For those of you who have followed our news during the last few months, when we speak about Ellen and I, you can probably guess that it will be about our mutual passion: inspire, stimulate and shake-up the thinking among individuals aged 50+ toward a broader view of the years ahead while providing information, tools, tips and guidelines so they don’t miss anything or grow old waiting and can start thriving NOW!

As my faithful readers I will keep you updated as the book comes closer to being published. It will be a great gift for yourself or somebody you care about…


It seems most people have a gut feeling that writing a book could change their lives. But for some reason, they are hesitant to get started simply because they aren’t familiar with the process – or even worse – afraid of trying only to fail in the end.

I’ve written and published over 70 books in as many as 42 languages and sold over 10 million copies over the years.

I accomplished this after starting from nothing, and not knowing what I was doing at all – and so can you!

There are several reasons why I decided to do this…

But the biggest reason was to spread my message about subjects that I felt very passionate about.

Today I want to talk to you about why you should write your first book and the many benefits that come from being a published author.