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Call Me an AS presents a holistic, integrated, and principle-centered approach to solving personal and professional problems by teaching others to look inward instead of outward to achieve personal fulfillment. Dr. Lorenzo Suter is the best-selling author of Self-Empowerment. Suter hosts and speaks at events all over the world. His passion is to empower entrepreneurs, healthcare leaders, and business owners to help them attain massive success. Once cited in the Interior Journal as a “prototypical entrepreneur,” Dr. Suter has literally built his entire career on that definition even before the term entrepreneur came into common use. He is a high-energy, fiscal-conscious, and goal-driven executive and motivational speaker. Through anecdotes and scriptures, Suter provides practical advice that will help anyone strengthen their intuitive decision-making skills while also sharing detailed guidance on how to change. Some changes are easier to accomplish than others. When our troubled emotions result from lack of knowledge or skill, people can sometimes be taught techniques to help themselves. For one reason or another, the troubled person has never learned what to think and do in the face of life changes that create chronic or recurrent distress and dysfunction. Their problems are not the result of deep emotional troubles but of a lack of knowledge or skill to cope effectively. From the outset, I met a mountain of obstacles—obstacles not due to a prejudiced or unwilling mind but to an unconscious single-mindedness and an automatic habit of judgment I had never noticed before. Initially, I wondered if I would ever be able to step outside my structured mind. This was certainly a challenge to be reckoned with, and something in me responded with energy. One must be able to have (1) humility, (2) ingenuity, (3) fruition, and (4) knowledge to gain understanding that (7) contentment and (8) greed can detour you from understanding your (9) senses and becoming a (10) Christian. I am now in a place where I no longer feel sad. Instead, I have happy sorrow! Wasted energy does not produce the code. One must have emotional agility. Call me an as! Lil Cuz (titular character of a children’s book) would suggest for you to Beat Adversity and Aspire to Live (a chapter in Self-Empowerment), and live in The Tr-Youth (an Autobiography).

Call Me an AS presents a holistic, integrated, and principle-centered approach to solving personal and professional problems by teaching others to look inward instead of outward to achieve personal fulfillment. Dr. Lorenzo Suter is the best-selling author of Self-Empowerment. Suter hosts and speaks at events all over the world. His passion is to empower entrepreneurs, healthcare leaders, and business owners to help them attain massive success. Once cited in the Interior Journal as a “prototypical entrepreneur,” Dr. Suter has literally built his entire career on that definition even before the term entrepreneur came into common use. He is a high-energy, fiscal-conscious, and goal-driven executive and motivational speaker. Through anecdotes and scriptures, Suter provides practical advice that will help anyone strengthen their intuitive decision-making skills while also sharing detailed guidance on how to change. Some changes are easier to accomplish than others. When our troubled emotions result from lack of knowledge or skill, people can sometimes be taught techniques to help themselves. For one reason or another, the troubled person has never learned what to think and do in the face of life changes that create chronic or recurrent distress and dysfunction. Their problems are not the result of deep emotional troubles but of a lack of knowledge or skill to cope effectively. From the outset, I met a mountain of obstacles—obstacles not due to a prejudiced or unwilling mind but to an unconscious single-mindedness and an automatic habit of judgment I had never noticed before. Initially, I wondered if I would ever be able to step outside my structured mind. This was certainly a challenge to be reckoned with, and something in me responded with energy. One must be able to have (1) humility, (2) ingenuity, (3) fruition, and (4) knowledge to gain understanding that (7) contentment and (8) greed can detour you from understanding your (9) senses and becoming a (10) Christian. I am now in a place where I no longer feel sad. Instead, I have happy sorrow! Wasted energy does not produce the code. One must have emotional agility. Call me an as! Lil Cuz (titular character of a children’s book) would suggest for you to Beat Adversity and Aspire to Live (a chapter in Self-Empowerment), and live in The Tr-Youth (an Autobiography).


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