In Barack Obama’s case, as for dozens of other personalities featured in the book, individual themes and actions are markedly similar over fixed periods; suggesting a controlling force on life’s sequential outcomes. ‘Life Cycles’ theory, backed by provable case studies, demonstrates the predictive timing and amplification of major personal achievements.
It follows that President Obama inked his signature on the Affordable Health Care Act (ACA), at the age of forty-eight in March 2010. Exactly twelve years earlier, as a 36-year-old, newly-elected Illinois Senator, Obama began a multi-year assignment in the Senate Health and Human Services Committee, which he ultimately chaired. Reliably, twelve years before as a 24-year-old, newly-appointed organizer with Chicago’s Developing Communities Project, he began involvement with an asbestos-related health issue and the Chicago Housing Authority. In other words, his bio-data shows the theme of each 12-year period to be not only similar, but almost identical - the main difference being the size of the playing field - community, state, or federal.
THE AUTHOR’S GROUNDBREAKING NEW THEORY SHOWS WE LIVE OUR LIVES IN SEPARATE 12-YEAR CYCLES.
Learn how ‘Life Cycles’ theory works in Neil Killion’s e-book, The Life Cycles Revolution. His fact-related system is presented and interpreted complete with charts and other useful online illustrations as a new e-book. Killion provides comprehensive evidence of Obama’s time-sequenced achievements, as well as those for over sixty other personalities.
BECAUSE ‘LIFE CYCLES’ THEORY APPLIES TO EVERYONE, THE E-BOOK PROVIDES RELEVANT ADVICE FOR THOSE SEEKING PREDICTIVE TURNING POINTS AND GUIDANCE IN MANAGING THE TIMING AND OUTCOMES OF LIFE.
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About the Author
Neil Killion is a visionary theorist, psychologist, global blogger, and award-winning author residing in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. He offers innovative thinking and straightforward explanations - that while new to practically everyone - may be applied using his logic and findings. As a management consultant, Killion pioneered one of the first outplacement practices in Sydney. He combines experience from nearly twenty years of case interviews with knowledge gained from biographical research to form the basis for his new thesis.