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Bradley Charbonneau: Life-Changing Habits Expert

Bradley Charbonneau - Author of Self-help & Children's Books

What if there were a word we use in our daily vocabulary that was more dangerous than words like "failure" or "catastrophe" or "tragedy"?

Are you ready?  Most of us suffer from this one thing that is something of a silent killer, a quiet poison that, if detected, we could eradicate from our lives and then thrive to new heights. Are you ready for it?

"Comfortable." 

Most of us suffer from the regular, habitual, yet not-that-terrible lives we wake up to every day.   What if it were more difficult to escape from an uneventful, humdrum, and comfortable life, than it was to escape from an action movie? 

Bradley Charbonneau had a nice, regular, and comfortable life. It was killing him. 

He managed to dig his way out. 

He started a simple 30-day challenge to write everyday.  It started out painful, but after 30 days, he thought "Hmm, that wasn't so hard." He kept going. 100 days ... 500 ... 1,000 ... 1,894 and he's still going--and going strong. All from a simple daily change.

It wasn't pretty. It wasn't even fast. But he did it. 

So can your listeners. 

He has now written 6 books, closed down his design agency, moved his family to Europe, and just published "Every Single Day," a book that tells his story and lets the reader in on the secrets of true and lasting personal growth.

Interview this Expert About: *
  • Writing habits
  • The power of habits
  • Perseverance
  • Patience
  • The power of meditation
  • Writing books together with your kids
  • Raising bilingual kids
  • Moving to a new country with kids
3-4 Questions to ask this Expert: *
  1. When was the tipping point when you knew that what you were doing was working and you could never turn back?
  2. How has writing 1,894 days in a row, without ever missing a day, changed your life in ways that go far beyond just writing?
  3. What were some of the "side effects" of writing 4 books together with your kids? 
  4. How has meditation increased your creativity, boosted your confidence, and uncovered a deep powerful joy?
Summary of Expert Credentials:
  • 1,894 days in a row writing (and publishing)
  • 6 books (4 children's books written together with kids)
  • Raised 2 bilingual kids
Expert's Website:

https://passthesourcream.com
Booking Contact Email: *

Expert's Location and Time Zone: *
The Netherlands, CET (central European time)

Customer Review

 
on January 31, 2018  
 
Before reading this book I was ashamed of myself. For years I had called myself an artist but I knew the truth. I was only masquerading as one. I earned my bachelor's degree in fine art and I spent years working hard to earn the title of artist. At one time I did deserve the title. But could I continue to call myself an artist when I stopped making artwork? The answers is no. I am not entirely sure what happened to me from the time I was in college until now, eight years later. There was a shift that took place in my mind during that time. I developed a fear of making artwork. I would always make excuses as to why I just couldn’t create. I was too tired, the dog needed a bath, I needed to do dishes, What was the point of painting anyway because no one would want to buy or look at my work etc.
 
I have spent many years working dead-end jobs just to pay bills. I never even allowed myself a chance at having a career because I would give up at the slightest failure or rejection. The few times I did really try, I won awards at competitions. I now have a two-year-old son. I have used him as an excuse to not make art for the past two years. I feel guilty that I put so much blame on my son. I have never resented him and his need for my love and attention. I actually have more “free” time then I knew was possible with a two-year-old.  It is way less then I had before he was born but it is still there ready for use.  Taking care of him was just a convenient excuse that is easily believed by most people. 
 
After reading this book, there is no going back. I have no choice. I make artwork every day and I am happy. I have only been doing it for a week but, I know there is no going back. I was miserable with guilt and now I am not. I was afraid to create and now I happy to learn once more. When I started to draw again I was really rusty but I got through it. I find time even though I take care of my son all day and I babysit my nephew for eight and a half hours a day. I have about an hour and a half drive time back and forth between work. I wrote this review in the hope that I could inspire someone else to change their life. Take the Every Single Day challenge. Read this book it just might change your life.

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