About the Author - Carl de Wet
Carl de Wet was twelve years old when the early “positive thinking” teachers first reached momentum. Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill was a hit and Carl was fascinated by their teachings. That’s when he started his own search.
Carl completed his B Com at University of Natal, South Africa in 1982 which led to a B Com Honours. His thirst for a solution for what drives success was still there and in his search for a solution, Carl further earned an Honours Degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of South Africa in 1998. He later earned certification as an NLP Master practitioner, and attended the TM Sidhi program and several meditation programs. Carl pursued a few years of Jungian Therapy with Barry Greenwood in Johannesburg. The readings of Osho and Eckhart Tolle were also a great inspiration, especially when faced with various challenges in career, marriage and family life. Later on, the Emotional Freedom Technique (“Tapping”) and TATLife.com became very beneficial.
As a veteran athlete Carl remains competitive, but realized one morning that he was not giving his swimming pool training his best, because he lacked emotional energy. That’s when Carl discovered that we are so focused on time management to reach our dreams, while at the same time we live in exhaustion as work, family and social commitments pull us in every direction. We want to spend time with our children before they grow up and it is too late. We want quality time to read and pursue hobbies. He posed the question: “What is more limiting: Clock Time or Emotional Time?”
Carl lives in Johannesburg, South Africa with his wife and three children.
For more information visit Carl’s blog at www.emotionaltime.com.
About the Book - Emotional Time: The Importance of Gratitude
What if there was a way to create more time? What if you could inject more enjoyment into mundane day-to-day activities? What if you could manifest a fulfilling life using a simple 3-step process?
Carl de Wet's book, Emotional Time: The Importance of Gratitude explains the difference between clock time and Emotional Time, and the exact method by which he personally gains more Emotional Time every day. If you're tired of pushing the clock and putting your goals on the back burner because you don't have time, this book is for you.
Emotional Time: The Importance of Gratitude doesn't contain time management techniques that you'll find in any other book. However, following his process can take as much (or as little) time as you have available every day. By following the quick process laid out in the e-book, you will create more time, increase your enjoyment of day-to-day activities and achieve better results from your actions.
This e-book is for everyone who:
- doesn't spend as much time as they'd like with their families.
- doesn't have enough time to pursue hobbies or goals.
- feels that their lifestyle lack enjoyment.
- is tired of the daily grind and wants to experience more fulfilment.
When you read this book and follow the simple 3-step process laid out, you will start noticing the positive aspects and experiences in your life and you will create more Emotional Time. You don't need any special tools or experience, and it will work for you whether you're a teenager, or whether you've been young for sixty or eighty years.
If you're tired of reading stacks of self-help books without much substance, trying to find the best ways to manage your time, you've found the one-book that will make a quantifiable difference in your life. Emotional Time: The Importance of Gratitude is a short, easy read with specific tools, resources and action steps that you can start implementing in the next hour, if you wish.
Time is a very valuable commodity, so grab your copy of Emotional Time: The Importance of Gratitude right now.
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