Cerebral Kick

7 Pathways to a Successful Life

by Reginald J. Guy


Book Details

Make this trip count. You may never pass this way again.

If life is a stage and we are the actors, are you then willing to write your own script? Produce, direct and star in your own play? Or are you sitting helplessly and hopelessly watching life go by, expecting to be entertained by others while they live their best lives?

- This book is about to change your life by helping you take charge of your life.

- Many of the limitations placed on our lives are set by our own perceptions of who and what we are at that moment, which is not a reflection of who or what we can become. Change your perception of yourself and your future changes for you.

- Everything in the universe is changing. Either it’s growing or dying. The fact that you are experiencing a change in your life does not mean you’re growing. Change is inevitable. Growth is intentional. Make a decision to grow.

- The past can sometimes have a stranglehold on you. Let go of the past and create the future you envision for yourself.

- The principles contained in Cerebral Kick are emphasized by quotes from the Holy Bible and the Holy Quran, as well as influential figures generations apart such as Socrates, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Martin Luther King Jr., Aristotle, Dalai Lama, Les Brown, Jim Rohn, Zig Ziglar, Anthony Robbins and many more . . . a testimony to the immutability of these principles.

- Cerebral Kick contains seven principles to help you on your life’s journey of intentional growing, and above all, learning to use the “F” words as you successfully navigate this journey of life.


About the Author

Reginald J. Guy

Reginald J. Guy started his life’s journey filled with challenges at school, became a teenage father and widower in his early twenties. Today, he’s a motivational speaker and global facilitator to a multinational oil company and has trained and facilitated thousands of individuals in over thirty-five countries on five continents. Reginald lives in Trinidad and Tobago with his wife, Yana, and four children.