Heavy Metal Is My Life Coach
The self-help book that shows you how to use heavy metal to attain success and fulfillment. Features actual science!
I have a life coach; it is heavy metal. Heavy metal changed my life for the better. This book will show you how. Metal reminds me to be independent, to think for myself and to be encouraging. It nudges me toward self-confidence. It helps me focus on the truly important things in life. It leads me to action. And it drives me to take risks. Metal helps me overcome adversity and setbacks. And it keeps me disciplined. It reminds me to be extreme and to be appreciative. It prompts me to live life to the fullest and also reminds me to think about my legacy. Learn how and why heavy metal can be your life coach too.
heavy metal - a type of rock music with a very strong beat played very loud on electric guitars, often using violent or strange language or ideas
life coach - a person who is employed by somebody to give them advice about how to achieve the things they want in their life and work
The two have become one.
All the songs mentioned in the book in one convenient playlist.
This is no joke. Heavy metal can positively influence your life. Here's what metal can do for you.
Heavy metal can improve your self-image. Talk the talk. Every day.
Burn confidence into your brain with the tools of the self-help community - metal style.
Create life goals that will truly lead to fulfillment.
Shoulder your battle axe and ride out to war. Nothing to lose.
Bust out of your comfort zone. Roll the dice. Take your chance.
Overcome setbacks, break down barriers, shun the naysayers. Metal's icons will show you the way.
Improve yourself a little bit every friggin' day. Metal's wisdom shall guide you.
Go over the top on a regular basis.
Be thankful for what you have and what you don't have. It could be worse.
Enjoy the journey of life. Live it up every day.
Leave your mark. Metal will inspire you.
Get the book, learn, listen, crush it.
Daniel DeLucie is a long time metalhead and the author of one book. He has been listening to heavy metal since 1977. He studied engineering at RPI and MIT and earned a Master’s of Science in 1990. He published a heavy metal fanzine in the early nineties, and a few blogs thereafter. He played guitar in the heavy metal band Destiny’s End, releasing two albums on Metal Blade records and touring the USA and Europe in the late nineties. He also played in the band Crescent Shield who released two albums on Cruz del Sur records and played the Keep it True festival in Germany in 2008. He is married, a father of two girls and lives in Los Angeles CA. He currently works as a Software Architect.