Wednesday, July 11, 2012

THE NORMIES (An excerpt from Richard Rossi's new book "Create Your Life," available at Amazon)

Are you tired of doing soul-draining work? Do you want to get paid for doing what you love? Do you want a life beyond your wildest dreams? Do you want to escape the terrible fate of the "normies?"

The normies are my name for normal people who do jobs they hate. They fight the rush hour two times a day. They work forty hours a week for forty years at a dead-end dissatisfying job for two weeks annual vacation. By the time they reach retirement age, they're too tired to pursue their deferred dreams. Normies feel old before their time. Normies don't leave their legacy. They're deaths are emotionally painful because when you're 84 years-old, you don't think, "Gee, I wish I would've spent more time at the office..." or "If only I would've spent more time texting..." or "I should've cleaned more..."

What tears you up at 84? That life went by so quick and you never wrote the book you wanted to write, or followed that dream of being an actor, or told someone you loved them. If there's a creative dream inside you, it makes you ill if you don't let it out. Hope deferred makes the heart sick.

The purpose of this book is to encourage you to sing the song that is within you, so you don't die with your song buried in the ground unsung. I want to pour gasoline on the flames of your hunger to do what you love no matter what the normies say to you about it. This book will cure you of the normies. (Excerpted from "Create Your Life" by Richard Rossi, Available at Amazon in paperback and Kindle)


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