Nashville, TN (PRWEB) September 2, 2007
"In today's crazy and mixed up world, it is so critical that we learn how to take the time to 'step away' from the craziness and get to know ourselves." says author and personal development coach Darren L. Johnson. Known as the Letting Go Pro, Darren's book Letting Go of Stuff™ outlines the process that is used by celebrities like Owen Wilson.
Letting Go of Stuff™ has changed hundreds of lives since its release in 2005. This little book, as quiet as it is kept, sells continuously on Amazon.com. Why? Because we need to let go. The seven steps outlined in the book are designed to assist the reader in making long-term changes and teach how to focus only on what we can control. "Celebrities like Owen Wilson use a process similar to Letting Go of Stuff™ for re-designing themselves. At the end of the day, self re-design from the inside-out is one of the few things we control. What we do, say, feel about and change -- about ourselves -- is what counts the most," says Johnson, who has been speaking and writing about letting go since 1994, long before it became a cliché.
Recently, Johnson recently posted to his blog (http://www.lettinggoofstuff.wordpress.com) about Letting Go of Stuff™ and toxic relationships. One of the challenges many experience when entering into a new relationship is that one person enters with the intent on changing (controlling) the other person. According to Johnson's book, it is critical to get to know yourself before entering into a relationship with someone else.
Johnson says that any celebrity is smart to take the time to step away, examine his relationships and the world around him, and begin to re-design his life from the inside-out. It takes courage and conviction for anyone who is willing to make a personal change.
Darren L. Johnson offers personal one-on-one coaching on how to successfully let go of stuff and organization development consulting. Letting Go of Stuff™ is a registered trademark of InsideOut Learning, Inc. Visit http://www.LettingGoOfStuff.com for more info and/or call 615-248-2400.
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