In an uncertain time, new documentary “The Compass” can help give direction.
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA (PRnine – October 15, 2008) – New self-help craze is on the way. If you felt The Secret forgot to tell you a few important aspects of personal success, The Compass will get you on the right path.
In a down-turned economy we all want to feel good and have assurance that all will end well. If John Spencer Ellis has his way, his documentary film, The Compass, will do just that. For decades, Ellis has been teaching people about fitness, wellness, and personal success. The Compass just may be his crowing achievement.
The movie The Secret talked about the Law of Attraction, basically stating that “what we think about, we bring about”. Ellis felt this logic left people disillusioned and discouraged about how to truly attain success in life. “Vision and emotion are obviously essential to attaining your goals. However, not knowing your path – or if it’s the right path – will leave you far from your goals,” says Ellis. “It’s about vision, courage, determination, planning, execution, modeling excellence and reassessment,” he adds.
The Compass documentary is a unique blend of storytellers, a parable, and expert input from the world’s leading experts on success and fulfillment. Some notable cast members include T. Harv Eker, Dr. Robi Ludwig, John Assaraf, Debbie Allen, Dr. John Demartini, Marie Diamond, Dr. Toper Morrison, Dr. Bruce Lipton, Dr. Joe Vitale, Kelli Calabrese, Les Brown, Brian Tracy, Ona Brown and others.
The Compass “movement” also includes a novel (co-authored with Tammy Kling), a soundtrack by music pioneer Paul Hoffman, an audio book, and online community that is described as Facebook for personal development. The world premiere is February 8th, 2009 at The Grove of Anaheim in Orange County, CA. The DVD will be available in retail outlets and online beginning February 10th.
About John Spencer Ellis
John Spencer Ellis is the CEO of the Spencer Institute for Life Coaching and the National Exercise and Sports Trainers Association. He has appeared on numerous TV and radio programs and hundreds of magazines. His personal website is http://www.johnspencerellis.com.
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