by Daniel · 4 comments

Books serve to show a man that those original thoughts of his aren’t very new at all. — Abraham Lincoln


It is always nice to be appreciated and even nicer when what you do makes an impact on another human being.  Over the weekend I received a personalized letter via “snail mail”.  When I read it I got goose bumps from the joy I felt.  Funny I was in the midst of a challenge and the note put everything right back into perspective.  I want to share the note with you.  Life is good.

“Dear Dan,

I just wanted to take a moment to express my thanks to you for sending your 90 day workbook to me. Your generosity is appreciated very much! I’ve blazed through the book one time already and I continue to re-read it every night before I sleep. I gotta tell you that book is great! Filled with powerful, positive and motivational content. It’s a gift that just keeps giving. Every time I read it I’m helped in some way. So thank you for being the messenger of hope! I’m blessed to know you. Life is Great! God Bless!



I am proud of Jason for the work he has done in his life and recovery.  I do not take any credit for that he does the work.  I am equally excited that I followed my dream of writing a book and to have it impact at least one person makes it all so worth it!  Of course there are no original thoughts in the book it is all stuff that works that I learned and apply or have applied.  I know that the principles in “Recovery Thinking, 90-Days to Change Your Life” will help people to live a fulfilled life and I encourage anyone new or oldtimer in recovery to read the book!

Go, Go, Go…

Dan 🙂

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claire May 18, 2012 at 12:38 pm

Your blog is ace Daniel- Keep up the good work 😉

Daniel May 20, 2012 at 1:32 pm

Thank you Claire, I appreciate it!

Dan 🙂

william hay May 21, 2012 at 10:10 am

My Man Dan,
Jason is so right on with that wonderful book!! I begin my day with reading a page or 2 or 3, and I often just love it so much I continue to read many more pages. I love the quotes and how you connect them to lessons in recovery. This book is an extension of a man that truley gives of himself to help others in need!! That man is you, thank the good Lord for the Dans of this world who have made it their purpose to spread the message of sobriety. How blessed was I to meet you, for you have changed my life in giving me a foundation to continue the work in helping others, a true inspiration indeed!! Love ya, william

Daniel May 24, 2012 at 9:14 am

Thank you William, and thank you for helping my friend!

Dan 🙂

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