I wanted to get a shout out to Josh Keele, who was my illustrator. He did a fantastic job on all 26 illustrations in the book. His blog is http://joshsimagination.blogspot.com/ Here is a sample of what he did for me:
|A boy versus the Tian He-1, the world’s fastest supercomputer|
The basic premise of the book is that a teenage boy or girl has latent superpowers including the power to be creative, and to attract. At the beginning of the book I make the case that a human brain is even more impressive than the world’s most impressive supercomputer.
|scientist studying the brain|
|Kim Peek memorized over 12,000 books in his life, including phone books|
Among other things, Your Superpowers points out that there is still more that scientists don’t know about the brain than what they do. Even the most sophisticated computers are duplicate-able.
Kim Peek is one example of someone whose brain is simply amazing.
A teenager’s superpowers do not end with his or her mind. Each person is connected to a greater force. With our energy, we can all tap into this force, if we learn how to do that. There are 5 steps to accessing that greater power and using it to create exactly the life we want.
|attracting great things|
following those simple steps can pull a young person out of a state of victimhood and frustration and into a state of empowerment.
|bad day at school|
you can take a terrible situation at school, at home, with friends, or any other circumstance, and create what you want.
|much better day at school|
I’ve loved every minute of creating this book, I look forward to sharing with everyone who is ready and willing to listen!
|discovering his superpowers|
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