Since I’ve studied self help and success literature for the better part of 25 years, I truly consider TRQ to be the results of those studies. Toward that end, this press release was sent:
Here’s the text of the release:
Groundbreaking Results Released from 25-Year Study of Self Help and Success Lit
December 27, 2014 (datsyn.com) – Most innovative book since Think & Grow Rich distils every concept in the genre into one sentence after multi-decade study of the field
When James de Garmo received a set of cassette tapes about building prosperity from a family member, he began a study of the self help and success lit genre that spanned the next 25 years.
“It was the late ‘80s,” he explains, “and authors like Tony Robbins were starting to take off. Jim Rohn, Brian Tracy, all these gurus had books and tapes out.” He decided to experiment on himself and apply every single idea in the genre. “I thought I’d hit upon a shortcut to health, wealth, and happiness. I read every book, listened to every tape, and watched every video I could get my hands on.”
Fifteen years later, however, he looked around and realized that despite following the advice of these authors to the letter, the self help genre in general just didn’t live up to its promises. Most of his success had come from his own experience or advice from wealthy individuals who had told him personally how they’d done it. “Self help made me feel better about not succeeding,” he says, “but I found that there wasn’t a lot of truly worthwhile actionable content in it.”
So de Garmo made it his mission to distil everything he’d learned about how to achieve success and self development into one sentence. “It had to be easy to remember, accurate, and most of all, useful in any situation,” he says. “It also had to be a question, in order to personalize it and give the power to the one asking it.” After ten years of testing and perfecting it he explained it in a book called The Right Question.
The Question consists of three parts, and de Garmo explains each phrase and even each word in it. “This is what every wealthy person, every celebrity, everyone who has ever accomplished anything worthwhile has asked,” he says, “whether they knew it or not.”
De Garmo’s website and blog is at http://tgimylife.com