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Serendipity. Have you experienced it lately? I have. Lately, I have been reading about, hearing about and almost, but not quite, seeing angels.

In the past I wrote a book about angels. It was called “Angels in the Workplace.” I spent a year studying everything I could about angels. By the end of the year I and completion of the book I felt more purposeful because and inspired. The angels had done their job.

But recently, the angels have come back and even stronger and so, since this time they have come back to help me write, I thought I would share them with you. They come from Steven Pressfield’s book, “The War of Art: Winning the Inner Creative Battle.”

This was one of the books brought out by Seth Godin last year during his famous “Domino Street Project.” At that time I just did not have time to read it. But, lately, I decided to pick it back up again. I read several chapters and got engaged but then the weekend rolled around and I put it down for a break.

Friday came and went with a great evening with friends, one of whom has the amazing experience of donating a kidney to her father. This daughter-tri-athlete is a wonderful testimony to people who make a difference in the world. Well now that both father and daughter are back in their normal daily routines, my husband and I get to spend time with Gina (that’s her name) and her friend Bob who is also our friend. Gina and I were chatting away on the beautiful August night on Friday and she brought up that her mother has seen angels.

I shared my interest in angels and we had a great conversation about them. Then on Saturday while I was leafing through the books on Amazon, went back to Jane Weston Anderson who has written books on Angels.

Melissa G Wilson

Melissa has been a leader in the book writing, publishing and marketing arena for the past two decades. To date, she has helped more than 100 thought leaders write, publish and market their books. Her clients include executives such as Dan Weinfurter a seven-time Inc 500 winner and Orlando Ashford, President of Holland Cruise Lines.

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