Last week I shared my personal soulmate story. Coincidentally, this week my dear friend, publishing veteran Arielle Ford reveals everything she knows on the topic of soulmates in the paperback release of her bestseller: The Soulmate Secret: Manifest the Love of Your Life With the Law of Attraction.
Some of you have told me that beyond your publishing goals, your greatest wish for 2011 is to find and partner with the love of your life. This ache to meld with our “other half” seems to be universal. I relate. If you don’t have that special someone to share your dreams and successes with, what’s the fun in topping the lists anyway? Rumor has it that it gets lonely up there at the top (not to mention cold).
If it’s your dream to find a life partner who will love and cherish you, while also supporting your dreams, I highly recommend you order this treasure of a book.
Having known Arielle for a long time, I remember when she used these same techniques for massive publishing success—helping to catapult 12+ books to the #1 spot on the NYT bestseller list. I’d never seen anything like it. So, when she applied them to winning in love, I was all eyes and ears. Even if you’re just looking for a lovable agent or editor, I have no doubt you’ll find your own personal Ah-ha in these pages!
Finding true love—according to Arielle—is possible for anyone at any age if you’re willing to prepare yourself to become a magnet for love (that I know you are). She writes from experience, having practiced what she preaches (shares, rather) to bring her soulmate into her life at age forty-four. (I used some of them too—also after the big 4-0!) Arielle and Brian were engaged three weeks later and have been happily married for over ten years. My guy and I are still in our first year together, but the round-the-clock harmony and fun we’re having, no matter what we’re doing (from cleaning cabinets, shredding files, hiking cliffs, racing cars, meeting the relatives, lecturing our kids—ha!, cooking feasts, or relaxing on glorious vacations) has made for a more than dreamy start.
Let me know how it goes on your end. You can bet I’ll keep you posted on mine. (Smiley.)
Next week, however, I just might surprise you and get back to the nuts and bolts of publishing. (Or not.)
Get ready to take notes, just in case.