It’s A Matter Of Trust
Confessions of a Recovering Bodybuilder
Are you a hardworking person with good intentions but the best feelings, experiences, and things in life always seem to be just out of your reach?
Are you always telling yourself that you’ll finally be able to enjoy the quality of life that you really want and be happy once you achieve a certain goal or become a certain type of person?
You just can’t get yourself motivated and disciplined enough to actually do the important things you know you must do to reach those goals in life that you always “say” you want?
You just can’t get the love and support you need from the important people around you or maybe you’ve even decided not to expect the help of other people in order for you to be happy?
If you can relate to these challenges, feelings, and emotions then my book, It’s A Matter Of Trust: Confessions of a Recovering Bodybuilder, will give you the insight and perspective to finally understand the obstacles that stand in your way and prevent you from living the life you really want.
It’s A Matter Of Trust: Confessions of a Recovering Bodybuilder is a very personal and revealing story about my journey to find the oftentimes illusive feeling of “happiness” in life that we’re all looking for.
Everything that happens in your life can and will serve you in some way, shape, or form. It’s just a matter of time until you realize it.
In the social media age where it seems as though everyone is trying to present their lives to be a lot better than they really are, I make sure that I don’t play that game to provide the clarity and direction you’re searching for.
In this book, I share with you the most powerful lessons that I’ve learned about life to help make your experience the very best it can be. It’s my sincere effort to make good on the promise I made to myself during my darkest days: To make sure that the personal pain that I suffered doing everything that I believed was “right”–and exactly what I did to overcome that pain–empowers your life with more direction, perspective, insight, love, and passion sooner rather than later.
All the best,
Skip La Cour