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“On a daily, weekly, monthly or yearly basis desiring to be the best that you can be, takes more than just getting out of bed of a morning. Having a goal to win a World Title takes more than being in the right place at the right time. Aspiring to achieve your dreams takes more than just luck.

Being the best that you can be takes focus, sacrifice, commitment, passion, hard work, determination and having people in your life who faithfully believe in you! Ultimately, I am fuelled by three pillars; Drive, Desire and Determination - these things, along with my positive attitude and hard work ethic, reflect my belief that there are no boundaries when it comes to realizing ones potential.

New Windows of Opportunity will challenge you, encourage you and inspire you to be the best you can be. Take it on and allow the contents of this book to help you to courageously face your destiny, and ultimately, with focus, friends and hard work, to live your wildest dreams!”

“As internet marketers, part of what we do is to teach people how to make passive income online. It never ceases to amaze us how much of an impact people’s early upbringing has on their level of success. Whenever we talk to other successful people, they agree that beliefs (most of which are set at an early age) are about 95% of the game – in other words your beliefs have a major influence on whether or not you’ll achieve what you want out of life.

In Brian’s book ‘New Windows of Opportunity’  he shows through a great story, the sort of effects that your upbringing can have on all aspects of your life – relationships, career, money, health, etc. Brian’s book shows how you can get out of blaming things outside your control, and start to understand and deal with things that are holding you back from living the life of your dreams.

Thanks Brian, for putting together such a thought-provoking, easy-to-read book. We’re sure it will help many people.”

When you travel to the various countries of the world it’s obvious that every culture is different. It’s also obvious that the people in that culture are different. As a matter of fact, males and females in these cultures are so different that they seem to be from different planets.

With each of my seven unique children, I’ve realised that they’re all distinct in their personality, temperament and gifting. I’m excited to see which direction they go in life, so as to achieve the specific fulfilment of their uniqueness. It’s my desire that they find their niche and also that they enjoy the journey.

A definite emphasis in New Windows of Opportunity is that we’re all unique and we all have a distinct journey. In a society where conformity is promoted, sometimes to be an individual is to take a risk. The characters in the book encourage us to celebrate this diversity and explore the specific path inspired by their individuality.”

Megan McGrath 2010 Manager, ‘The Layne Beachley - Aim for the Stars Foundation’

“As a mother I want the best for my children. I want to see them succeed in life and to fulfil their potential. I want them to be fulfilled in what they do and to be rewarded by the fruit of their labours.

However, as a parent, I can’t do this by focussing on their faults and failures, their shortcomings and mistakes. They will not be able to discover their own meaning in life if I continue to protect them from experiencing life’s challenges and adventures. One of the major roles for me is to empower, equip and encourage them, as long as I am able to have input into their lives.

That is one of the major principles presented in New Windows of Opportunity. As human beings it’s easy for us to focus on the negatives in our lives, and in the lives of others around us. However, it’s more fruitful and beneficial if we realize that if we’re to achieve our potential in life it’s important to appreciate and focus on the positives. In addition, if we also nurtured this in the people around us, imagine the difference we’d make in our communities!”

Bronwen Parsons WA Telstra Young Business Woman of the Year

“It’s often easy to look at someone else’s life from the outside and consider how easy they have it, how they seem to have had everything ‘go their way’ and to feel like they have everything handed to them on a silver platter. But the reality of life is that you don’t really know anything more than what others allow you to see.

Each of us has the right to determine our dreams, and similarly, each of us has the ability to achieve our dreams - the question is whether we are prepared to let others tell us that our dreams aren’t achievable.

Life has a wonderful way of providing us with access to the resources we need. Our responsibility is to make sure our eyes and ears are open to receive the resources when they arrive.

Brian should be congratulated for creating a resource that depicts several different points of view on the world. It is a resource that is built to show us that differences in our upbringings can significantly change our view of the world, and can impact whether we face the challenges in our lives head on, or step out of their way.

My hope is that any individual who reads New Windows of Opportunity will see that it is never too late to chase your dreams.”

Joe Magro National Retail Support Manager - Lifeline

Whilst not being an avid reader the one thing I do know about myself is that once I am captivated by a book, I will devour it, without having to put it down.

New Windows of Opportunity is one book that I just wanted to read on and on and never finish.

I was enthralled by the storyline and characters. The lessons we learn in life’s journey, the friendships, spiritual growth, education, opportunities that come our way and our personal failures, all play a part in moulding us to be the person we are today.

I was able to reflect and draw parallels in my own life with those in the book, which made it all the more compelling reading.

I kept asking the question “What if ...?” What if I had pursued my sporting ambition? What if I had applied myself more to my education? What if I had stayed in my chosen profession? 

I was able to draw many parallels in my life which made it captivating reading.

"Rather than state facts and figures, the Author has cleverly woven the keys for a successful life into an allegory about four friends. Many readers will identify with these life stories; the doubts, difficulties and sometimes crippling fears. The Author shows how, by ‘replacing faulty floorboards,’ one can step out of limiting mindsets and move forward into realising powerful possibilities, awesome opportunities and be freed to fulfil their ultimate dreams."

Karen W. Office Manager, Illawarra

“This was an amazing insight into the lives of four endearing and likeable characters. I was intrigued and captivated by every single page of this superb novel. It took me to a place where I felt connected and gave me the strength to conquer anything that is beyond the white picket fence.”