Life Should Be Simple and Easy

If You’re Doing It Hard, You’re Doing It Wrong

“It’s a gift, no doubt. I’ve been graced by the powers that be, and I cannot imagine any other life than this. This life is just too good to miss out on. So, I said to myself, as I saw other people suffering through life, it would be unfair for the Higher Power to only select a chosen few. People can’t be meant to live and die and not see life in this way. So, with the help of a friend who had received the same gift, we wrote this book.”

The multi-award winning book shows us the downright, honest truths about life. In doing so, this book gives us the tools to live life in the best possible way. It is a unique self-help book, in the sense that, it does not try to change you, motivate you, inspire you, or teach you coping skills. It drills down to the basics of how we become who we are, in turn, revealing the origin of stress.

The book was written in a manner that makes logical sense. It is divided into six sections meant to be read one week at a time. It provides the reader opportunity to experience the concepts in each section to fully grasp their meaning. When you truly understand the ideas in this book, it will give you a new awakening. You may find the happiness you are seeking and live a stress-free life.

But it doesn’t end at the book. The publisher also follows through with the readers by giving them access to the authors through hosting a website. This site provides exclusive content and a private online forum where people gather regardless of gender, race, religion, or political affiliation. It is a community of people helping people achieve the same goal – the simpleandeasylife.

Stress knows no boundaries, and the epidemic of disappointment and stress reaches everyone. Our two authors here is not at all different. They come from different backgrounds. Yet, they too, like you, have experienced a stressful life.

Conrad Aquino, MD sought a career in healthcare. He worked as a physician for several years. At the time of publication, he’s Assistant Director of Professional Services for one of the fastest growing healthcare companies in the Washington DC area. He faced many challenges growing up, which continued throughout medical school. At a young age, he experienced a stress-related heart attack, and later, shortly after marriage, chose to uproot himself from his hometown and family to pursue a better life. Unfortunately, life became even more stressful for this doctor, but several anxiety attacks later, Conrad experienced his De Novo event in March of 2008 and has been stress-free ever since.

Bryson Miller served as an Aerospace Physiologist in the U.S. Air Force and has a second-degree black belt in kung fu. He joined the military to sustain a relationship and to build a better life, but found that it caused a strain over time. After serving the military, he returned home to be in the comfort of family and friends, unknowing of the challenges that laid waiting: his father was diagnosed with brain cancer, and several of his friends having tragic, untimely deaths. Pressing forward, he continued to try to have a serious relationship, only to find himself in a constant cycle of love and loss. Stress continued to build and pushed him into despair, but Bryson experienced his De Novo event in October of 2010 and has been stress-free ever since.


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