Excerpt from the book...
Everyone has a preconceived idea of what a Bad Ass is. It is
usually one that is full of pride, ego, and attitude along with confidence, reckless abandon and moxie. A Bad Ass can be looked at with deep negative and positive connotations. The bully can be considered by some a bad ass and the small boy who stood up to him can also be a Bad Ass. The gangster and the cancer survivor. The tough militant dad and the single mom surviving on very little. There are so many definitions and meanings that are personal to each of us. It is a very subjective term.
In my studies I have run across, who have been considered some, bad asses. But these particular bad asses had a common denominator, something I found underneath the surface. They were all UNORTHODOX.
Adj. not conforming to rules, traditions, or modes of
conduct, as of a doctrine, religion, or philosophy;
They all had stepped out of or a better term could be "transcended" the status quo of their surroundings and their conditioning and accomplished amazing things. This transcendence could have been motivated by choice or by an external force but nonetheless something deep inside was tapped into and it emerged and expanded into true change of themselves and those around them and even in some cases, the world. I choose to believe there is something deep within each of us and I have termed it "The Unorthodox Bad Ass". It is that potential within each of us that seems like a dream and is almost inconceivable and it is always elusive. The potential of greatness. The potential of us being who we were born to be. The potential of making a difference in the world. The potential of obtaining and expressing joy, happiness, peace and prosperity. It is awareness, it is consciousness, it is being awake.
It is possible.
Now as grand and optimistic as this all may seem we need to be realists as well. We need to look at this new perspective of being a UBA and make it usable and practical. That looking at things in the macro is great, we need to start and work with the micro. Let me give an example.
It is the status quo that divorce is messy, hard, very painful, and needs to be handled with venom, animosity, manipulation, malice and contempt. It needs to be a financial struggle and it needs to be destructive. Most would agree with this. I am not saying all divorces are this way, but I believe it to be the common consensus.
I see a UBA transcending this and looking at divorce as a new
beginning, of forgiveness and compassion. A time to grieve and heal old wounds. A time to let go. A UBA would be real and genuine. A UBA would own up what they did and let it go and have the self-awareness to want to change and be progressive. A UBA would think of the children first without sacrificing their character and their power. They would be an emotional role-model. They would be a center of peacefulness. Transcending the status quo of divorce can be more easily swallowed and doable then winning the Nobel Peace Prize, (which is still possible for anyone).
These manuals have been more for myself that anyone, and it seems that when I implement what I have learned and studied into my life. I begin to accomplish UBA-like things. I create and buildup, I strengthen and progress, I help others and more importantly I find a deeper sense of peace, happiness and prosperity. Others seem to be at awe at what is happening, "That is against the accepted status quo." they seem to be saying. But nonetheless, it is bad ass.
There is a powerful being inside of all of us. It is not created as much as it is dormant. I believe we, or things outside of our control, can create the idea conditions for this Unorthodox Bad Ass to emerge.
It is the dormant butterfly in the caterpillar. And most will agree that even the process of transcendence and change is pretty bad ass. These manuals will help build a foundation, or help create the fertile soil and ideal conditions, to allow the UBA in all of us to stretch its arms, expand and eventually break through the surface, and bloom into something that not even ourselves can conceive. If one person can do it, like running the 4-minute mile, then that means another one can. The process and results can be replicated and even new ways can be found to become a UBA. The first thing we need to do before continuing on is considering that this is even possible for yourself. Ask yourself this and if you believe is it possible, we will begin.
WHAT WILL BE FOUND IN THE 7 MANUALS
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