A Higher Branch is a fable that will make you laugh, cry, d in agreement and reflect on your own life. It is a story about a boy, Tom, who loves to climb trees. One day he goes into the woods and loses his way home. There he meets a mysteriously familiar wise old man who introduces him to the eight Trees of Life: Health, Love, Family, Work, Friendship, Learning, Wealth and Charity. Just as Tom becomes equipped with the kwledge and wisdom for finding his way home, you as the reader will discover a simple yet powerful way of living. Tom's journey will provoke two confronting questions: If you could go back and guide yourself as a little boy or girl, what lessons would you teach? More poignantly, would that little boy or girl be happy with the life you are currently living? This book will: Make your thoughts and feelings impenetrable to negativity, empower you to take life-changing action, hard-wire you for happiness and prosperity. And it will happen so effortlessly, leaving you wondering where this wisdom has been hidden all these years. The story will live in your heart. It will transform your thinking.
Sam Makhoul is a lawyer with over 20 years experience, holding a Master of Laws from the University of New South Wales. He is also an innovative entrepreneur and founder of many successful corporations. He holds an intuitive insight into human motivation, developed and refined throughout his career. Today, Sam is a peak performance coach, speaker and author who is wholeheartedly dedicated to helping people and organisations climb to a higher branch. Sam is an associate member of the National Speakers Association of Australia and an accredited mentor with Thought Leaders Global. Sam is also a father of three amazing thinkers who inspire and challenge him daily. Being a loving and supportive father is his greatest achievement. He lives in Sydney, Australia. For more information please visit www.sammakhoul.com Why Sam Makhoul wrote the Book. -A Higher Branch is a book that I was born to write. I poured my heart and soul into it because I wrote it as a life-guide for my three children. I wanted them to grow up to be happy, healthy, prosperous, successful, smart, fun, charitable, loving and loved.-