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When Bob Proctor of The Secret passed away in 2022, Joe Vitale found himself at the computer the next morning. He started writing about how Proctor had dramatically influenced my life in 1998.
The next morning, he wrote about another person who had helped him early in his career. Dr. Hew Len, who also passed away in 2022, and taugh him modern ho'oponopono, which led to his books Zero Limits, At Zero, and The Fifth Phrase.
The next morning he remembered yet another person who had helped him when he needed it most. He did this every morning for a month, not knowing why he was writing all these stories.
Then he realized it was a book. A book of true stories of how people helped Joe when he was broke, unknown, unpublished, and with no evidence that he would ever be a success. They helped him anyway. He named the book "Unexpected Kindness.” It’s his way to give thanks to those who helped him, long before he became a bestselling author, musician, speaker, or ended up in the hit movie The Secret; and his way to ignite a fire within you to help others. Joe believes the solution to the world's problems - yours and his - is in one word: kindness. Practice "Unexpected Kindness" and you'll influence people in ways you can't imagine or predict - just as those who helped Joe long ago.
true stories, gratitude, helping others, thoughtfulness, thankfulness