How Do Relationships Survive in a World Seemingly in Chaos?
1 million OOLA social media followers know the answer!!
OolaGuys are Rolling into Charleston Monday, November 6
They will be signing books at Barnes & Noble on Rittenberg Blvd., Monday, November 6, beginning at 7 p.m.
OOLA ROLLING INTO CHARLESTON – How Do Relationships Survive in a World Seemingly in Chaos?
Have you heard of the Oola phenomenon? Maybe not. However, it’s here and it’s a powerful, yet simple message that has captured almost 1 million Oola fans on social media to become a literal sensation and a dynamic movement who know the answer to how do relationships survive in a world that seems in chaos.
The OolaGuys are coming to Charleston on Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. and will be signing books, giving a presentation and doing a Q & A at Barnes & Noble, 1812 Sam Rittenberg Boulevard, Charleston, SC, 29407.
Take a look at the Oola sizzle reel from the co-author’s recent 17 city tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gYKgrRzZPik.
Troy Amdahl (Oola Guru) and Dave Brown (Oola Seeker) have collected 47,240 hand-written dreams on post-it notes and stuck them to their 1970s vintage VW surf bus. They are on a cross-country mission in this awesome vehicle to collect one million dreams and help people realize them by finding balance and growth in seven key areas of life: Fitness, Finance, Family, Field (career), Faith, Friends and Fun. A well-balanced life leads to a better you, a better family, a better community, and ultimately, a better world. http://www.oolalife.com/
Their newest Oola book, Oola Find Balance In An Unbalanced World: The Seven Areas You Need to Balance and Grow to Live the Life of your Dreams was published on October 18. It’s not the typical self-help book, yet it delivers a powerful yet simple message. When your life is in balance and growing in the 7 key areas of life — Fitness, Finance, Family, Field (career), Faith, Friends, and Fun — you experience less stress, more balance, and greater purpose. Mark Victor Hansen, co-author of “Chicken Soup for the Soul,” says, “Oola is happy inspiration!”
The authors understand that sometimes people need help navigating when dealing with relationships. This book helps readers understand that family relationships and faith are important in every step in life. The delivered message is, “Family relationships are powerful. And, as with any form of power, that power can be used for good or for evil” (as we have recently been reading in the news).
What started out in 1997 as a small group of buddies meeting once a year at the Hard Rock Café in Vegas to set goals for the future now has become a nationwide phenomenon and a dynamic movement. Oola has received glowing reviews from top authors, pro athletes, musicians, industry leaders, and Olympians.
Troy Amdahl (Phoenix, Arizona) is a native of Rochester, Minnesota and co-author with Dave Braun of the international bestselling book Oola: Find Balance in an Unbalanced World. The OolaGuru graduated cum laude from Northwestern Health Sciences University, then became a devoted husband and father, and a successful businessman who traveled the world, retired debt-free at 42, and was an Ironman triathlete. Once a year, he and a group of friends―including Dave, the OolaSeeker who sought him out as a mentor―would meet to set goals and find balance and growth in the key areas of life―the synthesis of which became the philosophy and movement that is Oola.
Dave Braun (Salt Lake City, Utah) is a native of Napoleon, North Dakota and co-author with Troy Amdahl of the international bestselling book Oola: Find Balance in an Unbalanced World. Dave found material success at a young age while under the mentorship of Troy who taught him how to live the Oola principles of balance, but eventually drifted from them and found himself bankrupt, divorced, disconnected, and living in a motel. At rock bottom, he sought out Troy, the OolaGuru, knowing he needed help to get his Oola back. The OolaSeeker vowed that if this worked, he would share Oola with the world. It did, and today, he and Troy travel the country in a 1970 VW surf bus, speaking to groups, collecting dreams, and helping people find balance, purpose, and growth through the 7 F’s of Oola.