Success has a price. CEOs, executives, and entrepreneurs are unhappy, unfulfilled, overworked, and have no clue how to fix it.
But there’s a better way. The Connection Effect is about a path that’s changed my life, from troubled addict to thriving entrepreneur. If you’re caught up in a never-ending stream of work, connecting to the present moment might seem like a fairy tale.
But it’s not. Because living a life connected to the present moment (whether it’s with your work or with your family) can help you find a fulfilling life in a world filled with digital distraction and emotional disconnection—all while crushing it at work.
Most people have no idea how to use the present moment so that it can become their professional (and personal) edge. But if that’s you, I have good news.
This is the playbook on how to do it.
It’s the bridge between living a life that’s ambitious and living a life that’s connected, and how the two can actually come together and—strategically—become one.
“We only have a minimal amount of time on this planet. Gordie gets it. This book will help you make the most of your precious time.”
“Everyone should strive to become more connected. We get sidetracked on this journey, and The Connection Effect will get you back on the right path.”
“Gordie’s true gift is his ability to connect with his audience and bring value and impact that change the tone of the conversation in the best way possible. Gordie is truly one of the best.”
“Society has conditioned us to go after money and fame. The Connection Effect helps us focus on what is truly important …. relationships.”
“If you want to live a more sane, fulfilling life, read Gordie’s book.”
Eluding Reality is a candid memoir about Gordie Bufton’s rebellious and selfish descent into the underbelly of society. This audacious journey travels through addictions to ecstasy and marijuana, jail, narrowly escaping death, numerous psych ward stays, and an escape from a high security ward. The doctors labeled and diagnosed Gordie as bipolar, schizophrenic, manic, and depressed. They said he would never be able to live a “normal” life without taking prescription antipsychotics. Will he be able to prove the doctors wrong? Accompany the author on the path to finding himself and living in reality.
- New York Times Best Seller
- Over 1,000,000 Copies Sold
- Amazon Top 100 Paid Books