WOW Now!: The New Guide to Reclaim an Abundant and Spectacular Life



I first met Florin three years ago and I had the feeling that I meet a dear friend. Since then, I’ve met him tens of times for a variety of events and a boot camp on how to write a book. He is a person dedicated to his passion, perhaps one of the most passionate people I had the opportunity to learn from.

Two years ago, I bought his book, “WOW Now!: The New Guide to Reclaiming an Abundant and Spectacular Life”. Moreover, I’ve bought the book directly from Florin with a personalized dedication and his autograph, which I am very proud of.

WOW Now! it is a book that helps you understand the mechanisms through which the brain conveys information to the conscious and subconscious. Also, in this guide book, I found interesting working techniques that helped me to form new daily productive habits and removed the unproductive habits.


The working techniques presented and explained in WOW Now, helped me understand why the events in my life were different than I had planned and I understood the frustration of so-called “failures.” However, this guide book has brought me more than understanding the causes of these failures. I found in the book techniques to modify these causes and to bring me benefits in the actions that I perform.

It’s a book easy to understand and read, with simple techniques that encompass a vast area of actions. Health, relationships, well-being, positive and productive attitudes are just some of the important aspects of life that I have improved with the help of Florin Pasat and his guide book, WOW Now!

The DO, DOJO & the Magic Tool

WOW Now! helped me to understand what my “Path” is. According to Florin’s teachings, each person has her/his own Path, a DO (the Japanese word for Path). For each DO there is a DOJO – a training room. WOW Now, was the Tool I needed for training in DOJO in order to take the first step to my DO/Path.

The Path/DO is a life-long journey. Therefore, I enjoyed seeing Florin launching WOW Now guide on Kindle. Moreover, I can have this tool/book with me all the time on the phone from now on. It benefits me since I can access knowledge and techniques from the book at any time. I can show it to friends when they need it and I can use it as a powerful GPS for my Path/DO.

My DO – The Gratitude DO

I am grateful for all the information, techniques and secret ingredients I have received through this book and through the communication with Florin, who has always answered any questions I have had. Thank you! Arigato!

Author’s Bio

Anca Nicoleta Istrate is Editor, Research & Development Manager & Loving Kindness Ambassador at and passionate about personal development.

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Finding New Inspirations in Life

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It’s important to stay positive in life, and there is no better way than by nurturing your interests and hobbies. If you are looking to find new inspirations in life, you can keep things fresh. You can do that by trying and discovering new things no matter what stage of your life you’re in.

Fortunately, hobbies don’t have “age limits" and you can take up a new hobby at any point in your life. Pushing your comfort zone is the key to keep your life exciting, so it’s always a good time to look for a new interest to try out. Here are a few ways to bring new inspirations into your life.

Travel and Music

Music and traveling are two of the most inspirational activities out there. When you listen to music you can get lost in the rhythm and meaning, purge your emotions in a healthy way, and momentarily forget about your worries. When you travel you have new experiences, discover new things about yourself, and you nourish your curiosity. Put them together and you will find yourself in a truly spiritual experience.

A great way to do this is to find a concert you want to go to and drive there. If you really want a transformational experience, you can rent an RV or pack a tent and head to a music festival. You may not make it to Coachella, but there are plenty of music festivals that involve some sort of camping and that last for three days or more.

This way, you can travel more, give in to spoiling yourself, and maybe even make a few new friends. Plus, you will keep up with your interests and when you get back, you will be renewed with positive energy.

Create Your Space

Between all the hectic tendencies of life, keeping your home nice can fall through the cracks. Even if you keep your house clean the majority of the time, there can be a lot of work to do. Your home should be a place where you feel safe, happy, and comfortable. You should be able to feel like yourself and relax after a long day.

If this doesn’t exactly describe your home, then you might want to look into giving your space a bit of freshening up. You can start by decluttering. Over the years, you may not realize how much unnecessary stuff you bring home.

Whether it was useful at one point or you just made an impulse buy, it’s all too easy to let unuseful objects accumulate in our homes. Removing clutter from your house can help remove some mental burden from your every day stress, not to mention that it can help you stay organized. Staying organized, in turn, helps you feel more in control and productive.

Once you have decluttered, you can make the space your own. Add a few personal touches to the room. In your bedroom, you can get a new bed spread, a nice pillow, and a throw blanket to make your room more comfortable. In the bathroom, you can replace your shower curtain with something soothing, add candles, and get a new bath mat.

Take On a Project

To help make your space your own, you can flex your DIY skills. You can try something simple, like painting and making over a lamp, or you can take on a challenge, like reupholstering your chairs. DIYing is great because you can often save money and end up with a personalized object that you can make exactly how you want.

Additionally, you can work your green thumb skills and bring plants into your home. Just as going out in nature helps relax you, studies have found that keeping indoor plants around can help you feel relaxed and calm, improve your concentration, and boost your mood.

If any of these sound appealing to you — and why wouldn’t they — bring home a few plants and start your indoor garden. It can be hard to keep plants, so start with just one or two, and as your gardening confidence grows, so can your collection. Keep in mind the climate in your area, available light, and how much effort you are willing and able to invest in keeping them.

Feed whatever passion you have that inspires you. Incorporate whatever brings you joy and fulfillment into your life as much as you can. You might forget to do this every once in a while, and that’s okay. It’s just important to always come back to the things that make you happy and working to discover new inspirations.

Author’s Bio

Avery T. Phillips is a freelance human being with too much to say. She loves nature and examining human interactions with the world. Comment or tweet her @a_taylorian with any questions or suggestions.

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Make Yourself a Cup of Tea: Simple Self-Care Guide to Keep


We all know that we have to take care of ourselves, but we don’t know how to fit it into our already busy schedules. It is actually even more important to take care of yourself when you have a hectic lifestyle that leaves you without much energy at the end of the day. As a writer, I am always in front of the computer and after a day of paraphrasing plagarism, I sometimes do not have the time for self-care. What I have realized is that self-care does not have to be extreme. It is the little things we do that can have huge impacts. Here is my simple self-care guide.

Redefine success

The pressure we put on ourselves to be successful can be a lot and if we only step away from what we are told, it might be easier. Success is different for everyone and you need to redefine it for your own life. By eliminating some of the pressure, you can find some time to breathe. This is not to say that you have to give up on your goals and dreams, but rather only focus on the ones that brings you pure joy.

Treats count

If you do not have the time to go to a spa and have a day of relaxation, give yourself a treat just for getting through the day. This can be a cup of your favorite tea or just a block of chocolate. Life should not be lived worrying about things that don’t matter. It does not have to be food. You can also do your nails at home or have a long bubble bath. There are reasons why these treats are spoken about often. It really is just about rejuvenating yourself and give you that moment to appreciate what you have.


You do not have to be an ez rewriter to be writing every day. A journal is always a good idea, or simply writing something inspiring. This is a great release after you have been knocking down giants the whole day. Write about something that happened to you in the day or some place you would like to visit. No matter what it is, there is a therapeutic aspect to it that we cannot deny.

Positive self-talk

By far the most important aspect of self-care is to change all the negative thoughts in your head. It is not always as easy as flipping a switch, but with practice, you can become your own motivator. After rephrasing a sentence online for a thousand times, I might start believing that I don’t have what it take to be a writer. Instead, I would tell myself that I am such a champ for not giving up.


Nothing heals the battered soul like listening to your favorite tunes. Music can be a release for so many people and what you listen to says a lot about you and the space you are in mentally. Put your feet up and press that play button. Being able to relate to some of the words in a song can make you feel like the world understands you.


Do not neglect yourself on your road to success. Happiness has always been more important than making another buck. Enjoy your life and remember that you are your biggest asset, so take care of you.

Author’s Bio

Charles Hampton is a content manager and an amateur guest post writer. His hobby is reading and, extreme sport. He also writes short stories and dreams of publishing his book. Charles`s life credo is “Just do it!"

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Take your life back: 5 signs your work is stealing you from your family


You come home from work. And you feel tired.
Because you really are. It feels like you have a soul-sucking job that eats you alive. You die a little every day at your office.
The workload is crazy, the pressure is insane and if you just take one moment to rest, you will fall behind.

To cope with all the challenges and demanding bosses, you bring your work home, trying to complete everything and impress the whole company.
You put your mask on every time you get out of the house. Nod and smile at work to build connection and relationship. You even go out with your coworkers sometimes, just to get your connection going.

However, you are too tired by the time you get home

And you really don’t have any energy left.
Your home is the only place you can be yourself. So if tired, you let your family know that. If you are busy, you let your family know that you are busy. So that they will leave you alone.

However, once they get used to it, you will no longer play an important part in their lives anymore. Before you know it, a solid wall between you and your family has been built. And before you know it, you retire and you are all alone, just like you wished tens of years ago.

You don’t want that to happen, do you?

We all want our families and friends to be with us, stay with us forever. But are you really acting that way? Or you let your job become a wall between you and them?

Here are 5 signs your job is stealing you from your family.

  1. You roll your eyes when someone talks about work-life balance

Work-life balance is a term that people talk about a lot. But that term is not applicable to you. If you have work-life balance, who is going to finish that project, who is going to complete that job, and who is going to get the promotion? Not you for sure.

So, screw work-life balance. Your life can wait, can’t it?
This is an example of a workaholic. You might be a workaholic if you think that way about work-life balance.

It is easy for you to deter your life to the future when you first start your career, but it is not okay for the family. Your family is not going to be the same forever. Your children will grow up and leave the house. Before you realize, you don’t have that much time with family. It is vital maintaining balance unless you want your work to be your life.

  1. You start working before dawn and come back home after your family falls asleep

It’s not that you are madly in love with your job, but it’s because you are too busy. If you don’t slowly kill yourself to work every day, you will fall behind.

To make sure you are catching up with your work, which is increasing every day, you have to start working before dawn and only come home after your whole family is asleep.

In fact, you don’t talk to your family more than 5 sentences a day. You see your co-workers’ faces so much more than seeing your children.

  1. You say no to family occasions to focus on your work

It is harder and harder to arrange a trip with your family, to stay away from your work for a while. You don’t know when it started. But every time you want to go on a trip with your family, something urgent comes up at work and only you know how to solve the problem.

You don’t remember the last time you went to see your children’s play at school, last time you have a romantic night out with your spouse because you are working all the time.

  1. You feel like your family doesn’t support you

Nonetheless, you will feel resentful toward your family because you start to hear their complaints about you not spending time with them. You feel like they don’t understand.

You are doing this for them, because of them. They are on top of your priority. But why don’t they see it that way?

The thing is, you might mean well and they are truly the reasons why you work so hard to provide for them. But what you are doing doesn’t make them feel that way.

  1. If you sit with your family, you don’t know what else rather than your job to walk about

Because you don’t have time to get out there and live your life because you are trapped in your job. You are very talkative when it comes to job-related matters. However, you fall out of the loop when you try to have a normal conversation with your family.

You don’t know the movie they are talking about because you don’t watch movies. Also, you don’t know the name of your kids’ best friends because you never talk to them.

It seems that you don’t understand what they say and they are not interested in what you have to say. You weren’t born to work. You were born to live a worthy life.

Don’t let your work get in the way of your life. Don’t use your work as an excuse for not having enough time to love and be loved.

When you are sick and tired, your job is not there for you. When you are vulnerable and lonely, your job doesn’t cheer you up. When you are on your deathbed, your job is not there, holding your hand and be with you until your last breath.

So don’t make your job the top priority in your life. Family comes first.

If you are guilty of letting your job steal you from your family, don’t stay late at work, don’t bring work back home. Get off and go home on time. And make sure you smile, laugh and appreciate your family for always being there for you.

Author’s Bio

Mai Pham believes we can create our own happiness. She helps overwhelmed and frustrated people to ditch their stress and enjoy their lives again. Grab her free actionable cheatsheet: 5 Simple Tips to Release Stress and Bring You Calm in Under 5 Minutes and join her free 7 Joyful Days Challenge email course. Find her on Facebook and Twitter.

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Recognizing Depression in Older People

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For many older people, especially those in poor health or living alone, the onset of depression can be severe. However, by maintaining positive mental and physical health, coupled with adequate support from family and friends, older people can continue to lead happy, fulfilling lives long past the age of retirement.

Seniors may find it hard to acclimatize to having an abundance of spare time on their hands, which could lead to boredom. The best way of maintaining happiness through retirement is to keep occupied as much as possible, whether that’s through joining a social group or giving your time to volunteering. Even if the person doesn’t have the physical capacity to do either of these, they could concentrate on a new hobby which doesn’t necessitate leaving the house.

Good physical health

Maintaining good physical health will manifest itself in feeling happy and fulfilled mentally. Even mild daily exercise like a 15-minute walk or some light yoga will keep an older person in great shape, while it’s recommended to keep as healthy a diet as possible. These will all complement one another perfectly to result in a physically flourishing and mentally strong senior citizen.

While these are all actions that the older person can take, their happiness will most likely be enhanced by renewed support from family and friends. The older person would probably accept an invitation to an adult son or daughter’s house once a week. All the more so if the younger adult gets involved in an activity with them. This can help to reinforce the bond between them and gives the older person something to which they’ll eagerly look forward every week.

Growing old does not need to automatically mean sinking into a depressing, morose retirement. Rather, it can be a time spent on enjoying the finer aspects of life and cherishing moments spent with family and friends. It could even help an older person to add a few extra years to their life thanks to the preservation of thriving mental and physical health.

Author bio

Alice Lucey is the Director of Be Independent Home Care, a nurse-owned and managed home care provider in Ireland. She is a firm believer in older people being allowed to continue living in their own homes due to the provision of home care so that they can maintain their independence. She often writes content on a broad range of matters concerning care for older people.

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