Everyone has a poem, a song, or a book in them... a story to tell, and fans who are awaiting. What I really have is experience and always a desire to "get" everything. One of my greatest gifts is human intuition, being able to read people, and understanding their needs and desires without cards, a slick board, or a glass ball. After all, it played a big part in becoming an industry's top salesman.
So when I got down to writing my books, I drew from what I learned about myself, and life, that would be the most useful to others in their personal lives. Effortlessly I fashioned writings that were real & relatable, and entertaining... as if we are before each other in conversation.
In my style of writing you can expect excerpts like this: "I can only be everything I was created to be. If I realize this as much, my creator will be witness to one of happiness and peace of mind".
In 2021 I wrote my first book: “I Didn’t Ask to be Me”, much of which is based on what I learned from various alcohol and substance abuse recovery sources. I have spent the last 5 years in a 12-step program, searching and challenging myself for any scientific or the most logical answers to the unexplained in my head. This has led me to come up with a new perspective for people who are looking for an additional way of realizing sobriety in recovery.
The use of logic, common sense, rational thinking, insightfulness, human nature, experience, street smarts and simple psychology are the basis and the direction you can expect to learn from with this book!
I have always said “I didn’t come to AA to become a better alcoholic, but a better person”. We are all people first, before we may be alcoholics or addicts; just an additional layer the social drinker doesn’t have to tend to.
COMING EARLY 2024
The phrase “the proof is in the pudding” suggests that the best way to determine the truth in something is through first-hand experience, hence actually “tasting the pudding.”
However, I must challenge this belief by highlighting that individual perspectives can be subjective. The world often depends on collaboration and different viewpoints to establish what is accepted as truth. I emphasize the importance of not assuming one’s truth as the only truth and the need for collective understanding from various sources of information and teachings. This book outlines the many ways to understand what you accept as truthful.
IN THE PRESS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Bestselling Author Rick Breitweiser Launches Two Life-Changing Books on Sales, Personal Growth, and Addiction Recovery
Uncover the secrets to sales success and a more fulfilling life through self-awareness and spiritual growth.
Date: May 19, 2023
Tampa, Florida - Renowned author Rick Breitweiser is thrilled to announce the release of two groundbreaking books, "Sales and Selling Yourself: If you can make someone laugh, they can be yours" and "I Didn't Ask to Be Me: Psychological, Spiritual, & Sober," alongside his upcoming book, "Addiction Logic - Treating the cause, not the symptom."
In "Sales And Selling Yourself," Rick Breitweiser provides valuable insights into self-improvement and relationship-building, emphasizing the significance of self-awareness and personal growth in achieving sales success. As a top sales professional in his industry, Rick shares his experiences and expertise to help readers establish stronger relationships and ultimately lead happier lives.
"I Didn't Ask to Be Me" serves as a practical guide for individuals struggling with addiction and anyone else seeking personal growth. This book offers strategies to become more productive and content by blending logic, an understanding of human nature, and spiritual awareness. Drawing from Rick's personal experiences and his involvement in a 12-step program, this book promises to be an indispensable resource for those seeking a fresh perspective on addiction recovery.
The upcoming book, "Addiction Logic," delves into a fresh and logical approach to sobriety and recovery, focusing on addressing the root cause rather than the symptoms of addiction. Based on Rick's experiences and insights from various recovery sources, this book provides readers with a unique and practical approach to overcoming addiction.
About the Author:
Rick Breitweiser firmly believes that everyone has a story to tell. With a natural gift for human intuition and an ability to understand the needs and desires of others, Rick has translated these talents into a successful sales career and now a passion for writing. Drawing from personal experiences and a desire to assist others, Rick crafts authentic, relatable, and engaging books.
To learn more about Rick Breitweiser and his books, please visit www.rickbreit.com or follow him on social media: Rick Breitweiser on Facebook, and breitweiserrick on Instagram.
"I Didn't Ask to Be Me: Psychological, Spiritual, & Sober"
"Sales And Selling Yourself: If you can make someone laugh, they can be yours."
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NONFICTION BOOK AWARDS WINNER
"A Very good morning to you, I finished your second book while on vaca. It was good! I love how it's for newcomers and old timers. It actually helped me get through my vacation at certain points the end chapters. My favorite chapter that you mentioned in the book was about the neuroscience and the reward path. I actually had extensive addiction therapy when I left rehab and that was a big chapter 1 had to cover and go into depth to forgive, let go and accept. It was the biggest piece for me getting started on my path of recovery this round"
- JI, June 4, 2023