Coffee with Jon and Kingsley Grant

live your future...not your past

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IMG_0850Each week you’re invited to join me for a cup of coffee with an interesting and inspiring person. This week, it is my pleasure to have coffee with Kingsley Grant “The Re-Storying Guy”.

No family is a stranger to pain, and Kingsley wants you to live your future, not your past. He has personally experienced extreme abuse and has learned how to give ForGIFT those that have hurt him.

Take a break, and join us for a cup of coffee.

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Live Your Future, Not Your Past

Books by Kingsley Grant (KingsleyGrant.com)

51roegqC02L[1]2 Steps To ForGIFTness: Learning How To Forgive When Your Mind Says Yes But Your Heart Says No

Learn how to forgive when your mind says yes but your heart says no. Outlined are two steps to the process:

  1. Making the decision
  2. Releasing the emotion.

Knowing that forgiveness is not “forgetness”, helps the offended to grant forgiveness. In this book, the author takes you through the process using his own pain as a guide. The word ‘forgiftness’ has been coined to amplify forgiveness. For-gift-ness is a forward motion. It is the vehicle that moves or propels you forward. It moves you from the place of ‘stuckness’ to ‘unstuckness’. Having received forgiveness, you desire to have others experience what you have felt. For that to happen, you have to offer your forgiveness as a gift. It is a gift from the heart.

The following questions will help you determine if you should read this ebook.

  1. Have you ever had the thought of offering forgiveness to someone who has hurt you, but your heart screamed no?
  2. Have you ever felt confused about whether or not you should forgive?
  3. Do you at times think some offense should be unforgivable?
  4. Do you fear that forgiving someone is letting them off the hook and making it too easy for them?
  5. Do you feel like you have not forgiven someone because you still have thoughts about what was done to you?

If you have ever had any of the above thoughts or could see yourself wrestling with similar questions, then you are the ideal reader I have in mind. If you have not, then you too are the ideal reader because you will learn some principles you will need in the future. “Unforgiveness is allowing your offender to continue holding the handle while you hold the blade”.

81AaNl399WL._SL1500_[1]3 Steps To A Happier Living That Lasts More Than A Day

Many people find the pursuit of happiness to be an elusive task. They go from one thing to another, one relationship to another, one job to another, one drug to another … seeking to find happiness.
Some do experience those momentary feelings of happiness and wish that it lasted longer than it did.

Why couldn’t they “hold” onto that happiness feeling? What interfered with the process?
What gets in the way of them having longer lasting happiness?

  • Is it fear?
  • Worry?
  • Drama in their lives?
  • Unforgiveness?
  • Past painful experiences?
  • Frustration with their current situation?

These are just some of the hindrances that gets in the way of longer lasting happiness.
What I’ll be attempting to do in this ebook is to give you a formula that I believe will help you with longer lasting happiness. I will focus primarily on the relational aspect of the past (the unfinished business), how it gets in the way of your present happiness and what to do about it.

The three steps outlined within these pages, holds the key to your longer lasting happiness. I believe if you are able to let go of the past events that impacted your life in a negative way, you would be on your way to life of happiness.

Find out how within the pages of this ebook.

Husband, father, corporate leader, small business owner. Wherever I’ve been, and whatever title I’ve held, I’ve always focused on the strengths in others to stimulate personal and group excellence. My roles have always been leadership, and I’m at my best when I’m transforming something strong into something superb. Feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn.