By Good News Network Monday, April 07, 2008Have you ever thought of using love as a method of quitting your unhealthy addictions —to cigarettes or food — or as a method of finding success in life or business to turn around negativity and underachievement? Peak Performance & Success Coach Kurek Ashely has. His new book How Would Love Respond?: Imagine If You Were Given a Gift So Powerful That You Knew You Had to Share It with the World teaches you how to set and achieve goals with no limitations. A death experience helped turn his life around and taught him how to change using the infinite power of love.
After a horrific helicopter crash in which his best friend died in his arms, Kurek Ashley suffered for two years with severe depression, until he finally experienced a transformation through the source of pure and infinite love. After receiving a glimpse into the source of this infinite power, he transformed his own life and has transformed the lives of tens of thousands of people around the world. With his higher purpose in mind, he offers "How Would Love Respond?" a spiritual toolkit for creating global abundance through love and by harnessing and directing the thought processes that create success and failure. How would love respond? This is the powerful question that changes every decision and can change lives.Kurek speaks from personal experience in delivering success, whether it's a small businesses looking to expand its capital, an athlete hoping to win the gold or a person trying to change their life. He was the Success Coach for members of the Australian Women’s Beach Volleyball team, taking them to a gold medal victory at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney. Anthony Robbins calls him "truly the embodiment of the word 'outstanding."
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When I read the newspaper, I look for the good news because every thought we think changes our biochemistry. Your hormones are all affected by your thoughts. Pay attention to things that bring you joy.