Centering Brings Clarity

I used to believe I had to go to specific places to feel centered. Each one was in nature. Each one provided me with an open space for peace and quiet. I remember getting frustrated and giving myself the excuse that I didn’t have time or resources to go to one of my places, so centering was out of the question.

I went a long time believing this thought. Today,I realize I have the ability to center myself where and when I’m ready to do it. I learned that the spaces I went to gave me the imagery to find that peace within. Now, I can just look at a picture of a place, take a few deep breaths, and feel a sense of clarity.

This is just one of the many tools I use to gain clarity on a situation, and being able to go there, no matter where I physically am has become such an empowering tool, which is why I wanted to share it with you.

Find a space you feel centered. Then create that space in your mind. When we can get centered, before we react, we may just find the clarity we need to create positive solutions even under trying circumstances.

Peace and love is what we find when we are clear and centered. If we aren’t centered, fear can easily take over.

With Love and Gratitude,

Rachael Wolff ©2020

25 More Days Until the Release of Letters from A Better Me

A Letter of Empowerment to Single Moms

Dear Single Moms,

I was raised by you, and I am you. I see you completely in your struggles and your joys. I know how easy it is to get lost in the title. There have been times when I feel like I have to struggle just because I’m a single mom. I’ve felt alone when I’m around all these families who are showing up for their kids. I’ve felt burdened by having to be both mom and dad in order to protect and nurture my kids’ mental/emotional growth. I’ve limited myself by saying things are hard because I’m a single mom. 

The truth is that it is my choice how I view my life as a mom. I can choose to see the many blessings that come with knowing the way I’ve chosen to parent. I can be grateful for the kindness we have received from the people who want to see my children thrive. I can choose to feel like I matter. My contribution to my kids’ lives matters. 

There are times when I feel like I’m operating in total survival mode, but I survive. There is always a lesson to be learned, and I continue to be better. I’m far from perfect. I can choose to do and be the best I can be. Each of us can make that choice at any moment we choose. We don’t have to listen to people who tell us how hard our lives are, we can change the language. When someone tells me how hard it is to be a single mom, I feel my energy sink. I believe them as I share one story after another letting them know just how hard things really are for me. The question is, do I want to focus on how hard things are and what a struggle it is to be a single mom? The answer for me is no! 

I want my kids to know how loved they are. I want to give them every opportunity I can to experience the best life possible. I’m a single EMPOWERED MOM,I want to put positive energy into my role. I don’t want them feeling like I was bitter or resented them for my position. I’ve been blessed in so many ways. I’ve learned so many great lessons, and I’ve received so much kindness and so have they. We are blessed, not cursed.

I’m choosing to parent a different way. My life is better for the choices I’ve made. The happier I am, the better my kids have it. I’m showing them the example of honoring and respecting yourself. They don’t have to be abused physically, mentally, or emotionally. They don’t have to be around excessive drinking or drugs. They don’t need someone just to be there, they deserve better than that. So did I, which is why I chose this road. We enjoy our lives. Do we have many lessons to learn? Yes, but we all do. I believe we get opportunities to learn what we need to become the best versions of ourselves. That is the legacy I want to pass on to my children. I know God will never give me more than I can handle, and I feel the same way about the lessons God gives them.

With Love and Gratitude,

A Better Me & A Better Mom

Rachael Wolff ©2020, 2018

28 More Days Until the Release of Letter from A Better Me

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Get Rid of that Committee Spreading Lies

You are AWESOME!

We become what we tell ourselves we are, and then we shape how we view our reality around our perception of ourselves. We have to stop letting that negative committee up there tell us how to see our reality. Our perception is everything!

We can’t just say and spread positive messages to the outside world and expect things to be good. What is happening inside our minds is what matters. We train our brains to see what we are focusing on. Make sure you are fixing the messages you have programmed in there if you want to see real positive change in your life.

Are You Wondering How?

The fastest method I used to retrain my brain to focus on what I wanted was through gratitude and writing three things I liked/loved about myself daily. Doing the combination of these two things (consistently) for a period of at least 35 days or more can reshape your reality. If you haven’t stopped hearing the committee, it means you’r not ready to stop.

If that committee is really strong, you will have to be smart and use your creativity to shine light on them. This may mean digging in deep. Be open to hear where you are being led. If you really want to change, you will get signs showing you the way.

With Love and Gratitude,

Rachael Wolff ©2020

29 DAYS UNTIL THE RELEASE OF LETTERS FROM A BETTER ME!

A LETTER FROM A BETTER ME: A COMMITMENT TO SELF-CARE

Dear Self,

Today, I will make a commitment to take 30 minutes or more a day for me. In that time, I will not have my phone on and will do everything in my power not to be distracted by the outside world. I will use this time to show myself love, respect, care, and loyalty. I will do this because it is exactly what I deserve. I will not be too busy and ignore my own personal needs. I know that by being there for myself I will be able to show up more for all the people in my life. I will have a clearer vision of who should and shouldn’t stay in my life. 

I’m taking care of myself because I have a responsibility to myself in order to live the best life possible and fulfill my purpose with love and integrity. I’ve seen what happens when I don’t take care of myself and how it affects all the people in my life. By committing to myself, I’m committing to the betterment of all. 

I promise to be aware and pay attention to the signs when I’m not taking care of myself. I will not be hard on myself or abuse myself in any way. I will find my way to take one step in the right direction to put the focus back on me and commit to my journey one hour at a time. I know I need to slow down and be present, so I will commit to taking three deep breaths as a part of being there for myself. This gives me enough time to slow down and re-evaluate the situation. 

I’m worth the care I give to everyone else. I’m worth the love I give to everyone else. I’m worth the respect I give to everyone else. I’m worth the compassion I give to everyone else. From this day forward, I will give myself these things by taking good care of me. 

I know the more time I give myself, the more space will open up for positive things to come into my life. I will no longer be wasting my energy on being the victim of what everyone else wants. I will be the champion for me. I will give to others in a way that fills me up and doesn’t deplete me. This is the reward for taking care of myself. 

It is not my business how other people take this change. I must trust that others will have their own journeys through it. Some may realize how much they can do for themselves by not depending on me. Others may get angry and walk away. Then, there will be those who will be happy to see me make better choices for myself. No matter what the case, I need to do this for me. If I do it for anyone else, I will fail. This is my journey. I trust that whatever the result is with the people around me, it will be what is best for me. 

I will be gentle with myself. I will make mistakes as I figure out what works and what doesn’t. I won’t use that something isn’t working as an excuse to give up. I will simply make a new commitment and move on. I understand that just because something works for someone else doesn’t mean it will be the right fit for me. It is my job to customize my own self-care program. The goal is to feel better about who I am, where I am, and how I am. I know this can only happen by taking care of myself, because no one else can know me if I don’t know me. I want to project to the world the magnificent person I am. Today I commit to me.

With lots of love and gratitude, 

A Better Me

Rachael Wolff ©2017,2020

ONLY 30 DAYS UNTIL THE RELEASE OF LETTERS FROM A BETTER ME

Love Yourself enough to Light Up the World

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Our light inside has the ability to shine brighter than any of the darkness around us. Our light comes from the love inside us. The stronger the love, the stronger the light. The love we have for ourselves is the amount to light we can give to the world. If we want to support the healing of our friends, family, community, and world, we have to heal ourselves in order to brighten our own light first. Fear acts as a dimmer switch on our light. The more fear we have inside, the more darkness takes over our lives.

Rachael Wolff, Letters from A Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World, (Mango Publishing: Miami, FL,2020), pages 150-151.

If we want to change the world, we first have to light it up.

We each have to learn how to turn our own lights brighter and limit the power of the shadows on our lives. We will only ever know the reality that we create from inside us, so make sure you are creating a good one.

With Love and Gratitude,

Rachael Wolff ©2020

We are officially one month away from the release of LETTERS FROM A BETTER ME!!!

A Better Me Does NOT Mean a Perfect Me

I’m committed to living life as a better me. I know that a better me doesn’t mean a perfect me. I will make mistakes. I will make poor choices. I will have unhealthy reactions. But here’s the thing—I will learn from ALL of them. As long as I’m learning, I stay committed to living life as a better me.

I know I’m not alone. We are going to have days where we don’t make the best decisions. We are going to have days when we feel too lazy to do what is best for our health. We are even going to have days when we take our stuff out on others. Living life as a better me isn’t asking or pretending like perfection is an option.

Living life as a better me might mean we do one thing different today that creates a healthier pattern. We may just be reminded to stop and be grateful, or to slow down and be present. Each step we make is a choice. We choose which direction we are going. Living life as a better me is a commitment to be conscious of the choices we make, then do our best to live this life in the best way possible. When we do that, we not only live better, we serve others better. We simply put the oxygen masks on ourselves first, so that we could see with clarity how to best serve others.

With Love and Gratitude,

Rachael Wolff ©2020

33 Days Until LETTERS FROM A BETTER ME!

A Call to Humanity: I am Me

I am ME!

I am Me. I am not ALL. No country, political party, religious organization, gender, community, culture, legal system, or even family member could tell you who I AM and what I stand for, unless the words describing me are from my own mouth, and even then there are times I’m confused and don’t even know where I stand. 

I may live in a country where you don’t believe and/ or understand the methods to the government’s madness, but I don’t personally know any single person who agrees with every choice their country’s government makes, let alone an individual within the government makes. That is not even possible. 

I may support a political party that you don’t share beliefs with and/or understand. I also many have refused to tie myself to any political party because neither represents my perspectives of truth on how I see the country uniting. I still have love in my heart and can show you humanity no matter what we disagree on politically, because my political stance doesn’t limit my humanity. It represents my personal perspectives of truth around government/political issues. 

I may be apart of a religious organization, spiritual group, or simply not believe in anything spiritual, but it doesn’t mean I don’t have love in my soul and carry similar fears as you. My perspectives of truth differ from many people that I love; yet we still find connection and peace within our differences. 

I may identify as a woman, man, or somewhere in-between, but none of that has any bearings on my limitations or my capacity to love, strive, succeed and/or fail at any particular step on my journey—even if it looks different than anything you understand. If you see me, beyond the gender I identify with, you will see loves and fears that could connect us in different ways. 

I am me, even within my own family of origin. I have grown to understand that I have to find my own truths in life and my experiences have helped to guide me on what feels right or wrong for me. Each and every family member may have different views, but I don’t love any one of them any less. We still find connection, and if a relationship isn’t a healthy choice to have in my life, just like with anyone else, I can choose to lovingly detach without hate in my heart. 

Please, understand that I am human and I will make mistakes because that is how I learn and grow in my humanity. Some mistakes may help me to hit necessary low points, so that I am empowered to make healthy choices in the future. No one action in my life defines who I am. What I do with each choice that I make shows you whether I am a healthy person for you to be around or not, RIGHT NOW.

Every choice you make helps me to decide if you are someone I have space for in my life, whether it be within my inner circle or across the world. If your heart shines through in your actions, I will be attracted to hearing your thoughts whether I have the same perspectives of truth or not. I understand something that I feel is SO True for me may not feel that way to you, and I accept that we will each carry the perspectives of truth that are right for us on our journeys. 

I am me simply trying to get to know you—connecting through our humanity. I am me, you are you, and we cannot be defined in any ALL category beyond human. 

Break the cycle of separation by committing to see each other for the individuals we each are. Will we do this perfectly? Unless you are a perfect human, I doubt it. I know I won’t, but I am committed to doing my best. 

With Love and Gratitude, 

A Better Me

Rachael Wolff ©2020

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Rachael Wolff: Here’s My Why

MY WHY

I believe that the healthier our thinking is the more good we can do in the world. When we become more conscious of what is going on inside of us, we are empowered to make better choices for ourselves and the world around us. 

I didn’t come up with this belief. It’s been written about for as long as people have been passing down stories. It’s been studied over and over again. Yet, for some reason, the majority of us resist it out of fear. With that, we keep trying to use fear and accept fear-based thinking to guide us. You see this in our social media, news, politics, and daily interactions with others. 

Even though this has been written about time and time again, the way some people try to get us there is through fear.

Since many individuals are stimulated to move and change through fear, why wouldn’t this method work? 

When we do things from a place of fear, we are NOT focusing on the energy we want. We are focused on what we don’t want. Here’s an example, a God-fearing individual might do things because they don’t want to go to hell. That is a fear-driven way to live and when we fail, get lazy, resist, or make a poor choice, our fear kicks in to high swing and we belittle ourselves and start a shame cycle.  We are not worthy of God’s love. We are not worthy of getting into heaven. 

Not all religious practices are driven by fear, and some have changed it’s messages over time. Even with the changes, individuals still will take the route of shame and fear-based living because they are unconsciously living with beliefs that have been passed down from generations even if the belief has been proven unhealthy or false—The beliefs are embedded. This isn’t just tied to religion. This can be tied to ANY belief system we hold. 

WHY FROM A LOVING PLACE?

This is WHY I do what I do, write what I write, practice what I practice, read what I read, etc. This is WHY I named this blog, From A Loving Place and named my book, Letters from A Better Me. My Why represents the work of thinking from a loving place, believing from a loving place, and doing from a loving place. My goal is to help others open themselves up to live from a loving place too. The larger the community we have living from a loving place, the more our conversations will change on social media, in the news, in politics, with each other, and in the world. This is not a fluff or woo-woo conversation. We can choose to live in fear or love at any minute of the day.

What is wrong with our thinking that living in fear has become an acceptable norm and living in love is woo-woo? 

I know I’m not alone in my why. I see it in the social media I focus on. I see it  in the stories and research I spend my time reading. I see it in  many of the people I choose to have in my life. When I feel better about me, understand where my shadows come from, and see the power my light creates—I soar. I then connect to the energy and people who feel this too. It’s amazing how many amazing people have come into my life since I started connecting to my why.

MY JOURNEY

I’m on a transformative journey. I’m open to learn and grow, so I can pass on what works for me. It doesn’t have to work for you. Our whys don’t have to be the same. I have plenty of friends and loved ones who don’t have the same why. What we do have is some of the same joys, laughter, experiences, triumphs, lessons, fears, sadness, humor, sarcasm, love, happiness and sorrows. Those are the things that connect me to others. When I choose to connect and live my why, I feel free within all those connections. I don’t take our differences personally. I know how I want to live, and I know that I’m making my choices consciously. The healthier I am, the healthier my relationships with others are.  I also am clear on healthy boundaries and trusting my gut when I don’t feel comfortable around particular people. It all works together. 

My happiness in my life comes in large part to figuring out my why. My why is what guides me in my daily choices of how I want to be living. It helps me to learn from my fears, and to change what doesn’t work in my life. This doesn’t mean I ALWAYS choose to live in my why.

WHEN I DISCONNECT FROM MY WHY

I learned important warning signs for when and how I would fall out of living my why in a 12-Step program called AL-ANON.

H.A.L.T.

  • Hungry
  • Angry
  • Lonely
  • Tired

H.A.L.T. is a reminder to check-in with ourselves when we are feeling emotionally triggered. It’s the reminder to stop, take a breath, and reflect. When I’m experiencing one or all of these things, it’s a struggle for me to live my why, because I’m irritable. I take other people’s actions personally. I also, play fear-based messages in my mind because my lack of focus is guiding me to unconscious living. I’m not perfect by any means. I’ve screamed at my kids, I’ve blamed others, I’ve held personal pity-parties more times than I can count, but I do all of this when I’m lost somewhere in the hungry, angry, lonely, and/or tired. I don’t want to take care of myself when I’m there, so I’m not present. I’m defensive and lost somewhere in my unhealed past or the unknown future. My head is definitely not where my feet are. 

When I realize that I don’t like the space where I am, I have HALT to help me find my way out: 

  • If I’m hungry—I eat.
  • If I’m angry—I write, exercise, dance, or talk to someone I trust not to commiserate with me but to help me be responsible and accountable.
  • If I’m lonely—I write a gratitude list, call a friend, hug one of my kids, write a letter to myself, or go do something I love to do.
  • If I’m tired—I sleep and if I can’t sleep, I meditate, get on my Simply Fit Exercise Board, or go outside and walk. 

These are just a few of the tools I use to get me back to living my life from a loving place and showing myself the love that I deserve. This is how I get my thinking to a healthy place, so that I can make the best choices for myself and with that—the world I live in. 

DEFINE YOUR WHY

Take the time to define your why. The how, what, where, when, and who hold more meaning when we allow our why to lead us on our journeys. We start understanding that we have to stumble to learn. We don’t have to let our stumbles define who we are, we can let the lessons we learned be our driving force to make better and wiser choices.

WHAT’S NEXT?

 If you feel connected to what I’m saying, make sure to follow the From A Loving Place blog. You can also follow me on Facebook.com/FromALovingPlace for daily inspiration to help you stay connected to your WHY.

I’m also very excited because I will be speaking in St. Petersburg, Florida at Dream Con on February 29, 2020. This will be my first event after my book, Letters from A Better Me launches in 45 days (Feb.18, 2020).  You will also be able to find me in Atlanta, GA at Phoenix & Dragon Bookstore from 4-6PM on March 15, 2020 for a book-signing event. If you can’t make it to see me in person, the 35-Day A Better Me Boot Camp’s next session will be available in March 2020. 

With Love and Gratitude, 

Rachael Wolff ©2020

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Letters from A Better Me: Hello 2020

Hello 2020, 

I’m writing to tell you that I’m ready for you. I’ve come to the place where I know that whatever comes my way is an opportunity to learn and grow. Whether I’m celebrating triumphs and successes or learning from chaos and confusion—I’m open and willing to experience what you have to bring me. 

Today is a one-day in the 366 days you have to offer. Each day, I will have the ability to take what I learned and start fresh. Every evening, I will have the opportunity to sit and reflect on the choices I made that day. I’m choosing to learn from what doesn’t work and what doesn’t feel good. I’m choosing to appreciate everything that DOES work and DOES feel good. 

With my eye on gratitude, and keeping with the energy I want to see more of—I thank you for giving me this day. I thank you for the beauty of the sunrise and oxygen that fills my lungs. 

I’m so grateful for my eyes to see, my ears to hear, my nose to smell, my hands to touch, my arms to extend, my legs to walk, my soul to love, and my taste buds to enjoy the foods Mother Earth provides. This is only the beginning of what I’m grateful for today. 

The relationships in my life, both past and present, provide me with everything I need to give me strength, perseverance, hope, courage, compassion, empathy, joy, sadness, along with tons of opportunities to shine my best light and learn from the darkest corners of my soul. The love and fear I’ve experienced and learned from are what prepares me to be the best version of me today. 

With Love and Gratitude, 

A Better Me

Let each day lead you to your greatest transformation yet!

Rachael Wolff ©2020

47 days until the release of Letters from A Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World

Pre-order your copy today here or from one of your favorite book retailers in paperback, ebook, or audiobook for you or someone you love.  You can also join others on GoodReads.com by putting it on your “Want to read” list. 

Revealing the Transformative Journey of Letters from A Better Me

How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World is a transformational guide igniting the empowered women we’ve suppressed for too long. Discover how holding onto all the anger, fear, hate, and separation is keeping us trapped in the ongoing cycle of destruction. The flame has been lit to create positive change. Now is our time to become the best versions of ourselves and have a lasting effect on the world. 

The journey starts with taking a trip into our own darkness. We take off our blinders and become aware of how the attacks on women affect us. Once we are aware, we begin to accept what is and heal from the past. We stop allowing negativity to drive our lives and let loving energy take the wheel.

 Finally, we shift into action and become the positive change we want to see, instead of festering in the anger, rage, and fear of where we have already been.  #Metoo, Rise Up, and Times Up ignited a flame we can’t let go out. Let’s honor the brave women who stood to show the world that mistreating women is NOT acceptable anymore. See how letter writing as a Better Me becomes a contract with yourself to being the best version of you.

The letters shift the negative self-talk and blame into true empowerment. You will release the negative emotional attachments that keep you from the experiencing authentic love, which is the essential energy for lasting change. Show the world what you stand for. Free the empowered woman within you! Empower yourself, change the world!

How Letters from A Better Me Helps the Reader

This book is meant to bring up what is under the surface that is holding the reader back. There are exercises at the end of each section to help the reader process the information and transform toxic thoughts, beliefs, perspectives, and feelings into life-changing energy. The more we see, the more we heal. The key to this process is to be open and honest about what is really going on inside of us. People sometimes wonder why the Law of Attraction, positive thinking, and treating others the way we want to be treated doesn’t work. Letters from A Better Me uncovers the reality of why they are not working for you, and how to make them work.

Right now, many women are consumed by the cycle of fear, anger, and rage reinforced by media and  society. Causes that continue to be driven by these negative emotions will create more separation. The world needs a new perspective that will break the cycle. How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World is about inclusion and helping women see where their true power lies. A woman’s internal energy must project the change she wants to see. If her internal energy is immersed with hate, anger, rage, and separation, she will create more of that. If she is filled with love, compassion, passion, and empathy, she will ignite and create lasting positive change in the world. 

How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World follows the belief system that is best explained in a quote by Byron Katie: “The most attractive thing about the Buddha was that he saved one person: himself. That’s all he needed to save; when he saved himself, he saved the whole world.”

Here’s What the Initial Readers are saying about LETTERS FROM A BETTER ME

“Letters from A Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World provides a powerful roadmap for the journey from suffering to empowerment to peace. Personal and deeply passionate, Rachael Wolff’s perspective-expanding wisdom, and loving insights, serve as an inspirational reminder of the following: “I raise up my voice—not so I can shout, but so that those without a voice can be heard.” 

Bridgitte Jackson-Buckley, author of The Gift of Crisis: How I Used Meditation to Go From Financial Failure to a Life of Purpose

Letters from A Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World takes the reader on a complete journey from the depths of chaos to true empowerment.  You will want to laugh, cry, shout, and chant. It is a must-read for the times we live in. Wolff helps the reader see deep down within to find the spark buried under years of misunderstanding. This is not only a book you will want to read, but a book you will want to pass down to the generations that come after you. 

—Becca Anderson, author of The Book of Awesome Women

“This book takes a creative approach to unfiltered flow writing. Engaging in this personal process can lead to increased empowerment at a time when freeing women’s authentic voices is essential.”

—Marta Ockuly, PhD, President & CEO, Creative Potential Institute, Inc.

“Rachael Wolff’s, Letters from A Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World gives the reader a powerful historical perspective on the woman as victim, the overt and subliminal messages passed down through the generations and the ways in which women have contributed to their lack of value in the world.  Wolff does not just catalogue these perspectives; she gives the reader a practical and powerful series of exercises to help women let go of their chains of victimhood and claim their roles as architects of their own destiny. So that our daughters won’t have to suffer as we did.  A brilliant analysis and a practical self help book all in one!”

—Norma Greenberg, Founder of Comprehensive College Consulting, Harvard M.A.T., Northeastern University C.A.G.S, Former President of the New England Association for College Admission Counseling, Former board member of the New England Regional Council of the College Board

“This guidebook transports the reader from awareness to action and ultimately victorious transformation. The author helps navigate past stumbling through the rubble of life’s quakes, to a highly accessible path of personal empowerment and joy. If you’ve ever experienced trauma or a harsh slap in your faith while remaining a silent victim Letters from A Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World gives you the power to finally speak in a brave voice and stand for what you believe in.”

—D.C. Stanfa, author, The Art of Table Dancing  

“I had the pleasure of reading an advanced copy of Letters from A Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World. What a FANTASTIC read! Rachael does a wonderful job of guiding the readers to take a look within and explore their own psyche. I love the format of the author’s letters. These spur the readers to dive deeper into their own life experiences and thoughts. This book guides us to dig a little deeper, empower ourselves, and create positive change. It encourages the reader to be kinder and better understanding—which can only be of benefit to humanity. I highly recommend this book for your own bedside table and as a gift for someone you love!”

—Sheila M. Burke, Best-selling author Wall Street Journal and USA Today, I Am What’s Wrong and founder of Being Better Humans

 “I am so impressed with Rachael Wolff and how she has taken what she’s collected along the way and transformed it all into something we can all benefit from!  She is a gift! What Wolff has done in her book Letters from a Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World is create a process that permits us to be open, honest, thorough and vulnerable.  To own the pieces that comprises us.  And through reflection, become our own catalyst for self-change. It takes a plan and it takes practice. An empowered woman knows how to empower other women.  Through the experience exchange we learn to hear clues that are a cry for help—first in ourselves, and then our sisters.  Wolff has created a model that could very well break a cycle of good intentions and instead, lead to change.”

—Kristie Kindstrom, Vice President Wealth Solutions Raymond James, Co-chair of Women’s Interactive Network at Raymond James inspiring women’s professional and career development

Letters from A Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World is available for pre-order at some of your favorite on-line book retailers: Amazon, BAM, Barnes & Noble, and Indiebound.org. You can order right from here. You can also add Letters from A Better Me to your “Want to Read” list on Goodreads.

Were you were thinking that this would be the perfect gift for a friend, loved one, neighbor, co-worker, and/or charity?

Letters from A Better Me comes out on February 18, 2020, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t give it as a gift before then. Here are some gift giving ideas:

  • Get a journal and inside the front cover write a note that includes that they will be receiving their copy of Letters from A Better Me in February.
  • There are many places on-line and even in Microsoft Word that you can make your own gift certificate.
  • Buy a little memento with an encouraging message and write in a card letting them know they be receiving their copy.
  • Do you want a personal note from me? Send me an e-mail at lettersfromabetterme@gmail.com and in the subject line write “PERSONAL NOTE”. Attach a picture of your pre-order confirmation and send me the name of the recipient. I will email you a printable PDF with a personal note.

Do You Want to Read Something Now While You Wait?

You can pass the time reading the 90-Day A Better Me Series right here to get you started on the transformation. Thank you for all the support! If it weren’t for my readers, this book would still just be a dream in my head. Let’s make 2020 the best year yet!

A BIG thank you to my agent, Tina Wainscott (The Seymour Agency). Your belief in this project and me is why we are here today. Also, I want to thank the Mango Publishing team. I have enjoyed working with each and every person at this amazing company. There is a reason they are the fastest growing independent publisher. I’m so excited to be on this journey with you all.

With Love and Gratitude,

Rachael Wolff #LettersfromABetterMe