One Less. One More. Launch

by Robbie Vorhaus on August 25, 2014

in One Less, One More™

Image 3This is both an announcement and a goodbye, of sorts.

In a very short time, we will launch my new book, One Less. One More. Follow Your Heart. Be Happy. Change Slowly. (Storytelling, Inc.), and after many years, close down this current website, for the transition to our gorgeous new OLOM-focused site. You will be able to reach our new site through either Vorhaus dot com, or www.OneLessOneMore.com.

Developed by the very talented team at Shelton Interactive in Austin, TX, our new and improved site will feature excerpts and sample chapters from OLOM, a discussion guide for book groups, prayer meetings, and family discussions, along with a section called OLOM Moments, where anyone from around the world can share their experiences, videos and photos of their courageous journey as they follow their heart.

If you would like to receive regular updates and news about One Less, One More, take a moment and subscribe to our newsletter. Plus, once we launch our new website, we’ll send you a sample chapter to read and share. So if you haven’t already, please join our community.

And, if you would like to pre-order your copy of OLOM, click here, and you’re on your way.

Here’s what Christie Brinkley says about OLOM:

One Less, One More is a wonderful plan for making a happy life! Breaking it down to One Less, One More makes it so simple and easy to do. I LOVE this idea! Its funny how uncomplicated life is under all the layers of craziness if we can just get back to the basics. More joy, more laughter, more gratitude and love. OLOM is a great recipe to get back to the essentials of what makes you happy! One Less. One More. offers a blueprint for La Vie en Rose! A happy life in balance!

And Wolfgang Puck:

There is no secret to my business: hire the best people, find the best ingredients, and honor your customers. The message Robbie Vorhaus shares in One Less. One More. is clear and simple, yet life-changing, whether you work behind a desk, on an assembly line, outside in nature, or inside a hot kitchen. Eliminate something from your life every day that s not working and embrace more passion and joy in your life.

It took me seven-and-a-half years to finish OLOM, and now, as we’re ready to launch, I’m excited for you to join us. One Less. One More. Follow your heart. Be happy. Change slowly.

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