Mark Andreas trains internationally and has a private practice offering NLP Change Coaching to individuals from around the world. Meeting both in-person and over video conference, Mark helps people resolve limitations and achieve life-goals using NLP, Core Transformation, and other methods for personal transformation and development. Mark is also author of the book, Waltzing with Wolverines: finding connection and cooperation with troubled teens, based on his work with at-risk teens for a wilderness therapy program. Mark lives in Boulder, Colorado with his wife, Catherine Andreas, and their son. To contact Mark, book a session, or find a training, visit: www.markandreas.com.
"What a wonderful book truly exceptional. The stories are so
varied, profound, fun & surprising. The result is a sense of
possibility awakened. If these "ordinary people" can turn a tense
or scary situation into harmony and peace, couldn't the rest of us
do that too? Sweet Fruit subtly instructs us in the fine arts of
possibility & peacemaking, as -- Dr. Pamela Gerloff, Founder of The
Global Possibility Project, co-author of Dignity for All: How
"Personal email from Pamela Gerloff"
"As a sage once said, 'God invented men and women, because God loves stories.' These stories compiled by Mark Andreas, tasted one by one, each morning or evening, can transmit real-world reminders about how changing our behavior can change the behavior of others and that the right words, used skillfully and with heart, can turn a life around." -- Dan Millman, author of Way of the Peaceful Warrior and The Journeys of Socrates "personal email from Dan Millman"
"There's an old saying that some conflicts are so difficult that only a story can heal them. Mark Andreas has done us a great service with this collection of extraordinary stories that have this inspirational quality." -- William Ury, co-author of Getting to Yes, author of The Power of a Positive No "Personal email from William Ury"
"In the immortal words of songwriter Nick Lowe: What's so funny 'bout peace, love and understanding? This book is a charming and moving book about peace, love, creativity and understanding. I predict that you will be inspired by the stories in this book. One of them may even save your life someday." -- Bill O'Hanlon, featured Oprah guest and author of Do One Thing Different "Personal email from Bill O'Hanlon"
"The stories in this book can teach you more than any academic course or workshop. They are not 'case studies;' they are life itself." -- Mark Gerzon, President of Mediators Foundation, author of Leading Through Conflict (Harvard Busi "Personal email from Mark Gerzon"