I’m David Essel, And This Is My Dharma
David Essel, M. S., is a number one best-selling author (10), counselor, master life coach, international speaker and radio host whose mission is to positively affect 2 million people or more every day, in every area of life, regardless of their current circumstances. Celebrity Jenny McCarthy says “David Essel is the new leader of the positive thinking movement.” David’s work of 38 years is also highly endorsed by the late Wayne Dyer, “Chicken Soup for the Soul” author Mark Victor Hansen, as well as many other celebrities and radio and television networks from around the world. He is verified through Psychology Today as one of the top Counselors and Life Coaches in the USA, and is a “Verified Relationship Expert ” through Marriage.com. David accepts new clients every week into his 1 on 1 programs from around the world.
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In 1996, number one best-selling author, counselor and life coach David Essel created a goal achievement system that has actually blown away the minds of millions of people, helping them to finally accomplish goals that have been elusive to them in life. In David’s brand new book “Focus: Slay your goals”, he shares this goal achievement system in a highly outlined way, and today he is going to share with you the most important points that go along with his program to help you achieve whatever goal that is on your table right now.
What’s Your Offering to the World?
My mission is to positively affect 2 million people or more every day, in every area of life, regardless of their current circumstances.
Who/What Inspires You?
Jenny McCarthy says “David Essel is the new leader of the positive thinking movement.”
Remember up until 1996, as a counselor and life coach, helping people to try to achieve several of their biggest goals at once Like sobriety. Or major weight loss. Or finding deep love . Or healing a broken relationship. Or finding the career path that is right for them. And we had great success. But everything was about to change in that very year in regards to how I did my work with my clients as well as my own goalsetting and goal achievement programs for me personally.
Until 1996, I had used the most popular program of our day which was called the quadrant theory of goalsetting. With this theory, you choose four major areas of life to work on at the same time, and put a little bit of effort every day in the each of the four quadrants in order to change your life. We thought it worked. But it really didn’t.
The problem with setting goals with multiple areas of life, is that once you start to go after let’s say weight loss, and the weight isn’t coming off at the speed you’d like, often times we will drop that as a goal and start putting more time in making money. And when that isn’t coming fast enough we switch to another one.
“The one thing theory” TM, was created in 1996 after my interview with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the founder of transcendental meditation.
So a new program began, and my clients started to achieve goals they hadn’t been able to achieve in years, and years before working this system.
Another couple, married 17 years, on the verge of divorce after an affair, not only kept the marriage together, but now through this day, to this day, by following the program that we teach, has a love 10 times deeper than when they first married.
“The one thing theory” TM is incredibly powerful. I have used it not only to get sober, but to double and triple my income, to forgive someone who stole $20,000 from me and so much more. If it works for me and all of my clients, I know it’ll work for you.”
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