Praise for FOCUS ON THE GOOD STUFF
“Incredible…My great honor to recommend with heartfelt enthusiasm. Should be required reading for everyone.”
— Richard Carlson Ph.D., author of Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff (quote taken from his foreword)
“Mike Robbins brilliantly teaches us how to bring more appreciation and gratitude into our lives, our relationships, and our world. His new voice and fresh perspective are powerful. I highly recommend this book.”
— Marianne Williamson, author of A Return to Love
“Appreciation, as Mike Robbins knows, is one of the most powerful forces in the universe. Focus on the Good Stuff is an important book that can dramatically enhance your life.”
— Jack Canfield, author of The Success Principles
"With Focus on the Good Stuff Mike Robbins teaches us how to expand the spiritual skill of gratitude so that even in the face of life's challenges we find reason to be grateful and to radiate the contagious fire of appreciation to all who cross our path."
— Michael Bernard Beckwith, Founder and Spiritual Director, Agape International Spiritual Center
"Mike Robbins understands how the universe truly works. Focus on the Good Stuff is a brilliant book that will inspire and uplift you. You will discover how to bring more gratitude into your life with ease and grace. "
— Lynne Twist , author of The Soul of Money and co-founder of the Pachamama Alliance
“Mike's book is a magnet for all the good stuff, and the power of appreciation shines brightly and powerfully on each page. You will be filled up and glowing from reading this book and practicing what's in it.”
— SARK, artist and author of Fabulous Friendship Festival
“Focus on the Good Stuff is a book that will impact your life and improve your connections with others in a very positive way.”
— Tom Rath, co-author of How Full is Your Bucket?
“Mike Robbins has captured the essence of appreciation, which my experience shows is the essence of both stress management and happiness. Mike takes appreciation to levels not seen before and this is an important book. While many authors, including myself, touch on appreciation no one else has honed Mike’s focus to be able to write this well thought out and intelligently crafted book.”
— Fred Luskin, Ph.D., author of Forgive For Good and Director of the Stanford Forgiveness Project
“Mike Robbins has an amazing ability to inspire people through his passionate, authentic, and open-hearted approach to appreciation. This book will have a positive impact on your life.”
— Rich Fettke, author of Extreme Success
“Mike Robbins’ work calls forth the angels of our better nature. I have worked with many in the last year of their life and it is precisely these remarkable qualities of appreciation and gratitude that leave people and their loved ones with a sense of kindness and clarity of heart. Mike has offered us a great gift. ”
— Stephen Levine, author of A Year to Live: How to Live This Year as if it Were Your Last
“Mike Robbins’ message of appreciation is powerful. He writes and speaks directly from his heart in a way that makes a real difference. This is a truly transformational book that will change lives.”
— Lee Glickstein, author of Be Heard Now! and founder of Speaking Circles International
“Mike Robbins reminds us to focus on the very best aspects of ourselves and those around us. Written in his compelling and compassionate voice, this book is much-needed consciousness raising for people who want successful relationships and fulfilling lives.”
— Susan Page, author of When Talking Is Not Enough
“Mike Robbins is a role model of love and gratitude. His message of appreciation comes from his heart and there is no one better to teach these important lessons!”
— Rich Dutra-St. John MA, MFT, co-author of Be the Hero - You've Been Waiting For and co-founder of Challenge Day
Focus on the Good Stuff is a remarkable book. Appreciation, as Mike Robbins teaches, can transform your like and help you attract what you truly want."
— Christopher Andersonn, author of Will You Still Love Me if I Don't Win?
“Focus on the Good Stuff reveals the secret of bringing more gratitude into your life without resorting to simpering sentiment, sappy prose or dithering diatribe. Mike Robbins brings a fresh and uplifting approach to the age old task of learning to love life.”
— Lisa Earle McLeod, syndicated columnist and author of Forget Perfect