To Whom it May Concern,
Robert and I have been friends for many years and one day I wanted to meet with him to see what he was working on. There was an interesting positive air about how Robert approached issues and managed his life that I had noticed over time.
My life was alright but stuck in a pattern that was hard to maintain. I have always worked on acceptance and gratitude but was just going through the motions. My work and family life were stuck in bad patterns. Robert could see my quality of life was not where it could be and suggested we talk over coffee. During that meeting, he described the Motive For Life program and how worthiness was the foundation of all my choices. He believed that if I lifted my worthiness, my life would get better in every aspect.
I was a little skeptical but got some hope also. Self-help and motivation have been important to me for years but to say there is one key attribute to success was a bit much. However, my situation was not good and I was open to new ideas from someone I respected.
We started the program and I could feel the difference almost immediately. Through the readings and coaching sessions, we changed my internal language. It was not obvious how the exercises were working but I couldn’t argue with the results. Within the first 90-days, I saw changes in the way people treated me or my perception of them. My family situation has subsequently turned around and the relationships I have with my kids really took off.