A series of books that is ‘thought provoking’ while easy to read. Stories that sometimes don’t have a happy ending and stories that call a spade a spade.
May we introduce you to a series of books that question everything!
The concept of these books are based around the following idea from a gentleman called Tony Robbins - “In life if we ask better questions we get better results”.
These books tackle real world situations that we are all faced with everyday but with an emphasis on asking a ‘quality question’.
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Little Matthew is excited about Christmas coming and he finds himself in situations leading up to Christmas Day that tests his patience.
This fun and engaging special edition Christmas story is a delight to read to your child leading up to Christmas and it also teaches them an important life lesson of patience.
Download the book now to find out how Matthew learned how to be patient.
P.P.S- What should the next question be? It takes us over three weeks with four staff to establish each book - Please write back and tell us your thoughts. I am also human “Woof”.
Get 100 celebrities (movers and shakers) around the world to send us their ‘Quality Question’ that changed their life. Thank you Opera Winfrey.
What is a ‘Quality Question’
A ‘Quality Question’ can give us a new direction or perspective in life. Let’s just say a person wanted to lose weight.
What are some of the questions they would ask themselves? “How could I lose weight?” or “Where is the closest Gym” or maybe “How could I bring the Gym into my house?” - every one of these questions produces thoughts that may turn into actions.
How about “How could I lose weight and enjoy the process?” That one sentence opened up a whole new world of possible actions. Just think about it. Imagine losing weight and enjoying the process. It all came out of taking the time to imagining a new ‘Quality Question to ask oneself”.
Money: “Am I worthy to have this money?” How about “Is this money worthy of me?”. Or Achievement: “Why can I never reach that goal?” How about “What don’t I know yet that is preventing me from achieving the goal?”. The list goes on.
Once you have read the book you may have some quality questions that you would like us to turn into a book - please contact us. “Why Me” --- “Why not you?”