Roughly two weeks after that night, I had an 'experience', if you want to call it that. At the time, it didn't seem like much of an experience, really. All that had happened was that a simple question popped into my head one evening while smoking a cigarette on my porch outside. A question that I wasn't quite able to answer for some reason.
I didn't think much of it and went to bed once I was finished smoking my cigarette.
Then the next evening, another question from completely out of the blue popped into my head, which was related to the question the evening before. And immediately, like a bolt of lightning, I answered the question and at the same time experienced an immense ah-ha moment, an awakening, the shock-you-to-the-core type experience.
That evening, the 5.5-step Kill Your Best Friend method to quit smoking was not only born, but it was proven the next day.
It was day I quit smoking once and for all.
That was back in July, 2014 and I have not looked back since. I've been keeping this method to myself for far too long, and due to recent events in my life, I feel compelled, driven, and pushed along to get this method out to the world.
Over the past several months, I've been working on the Kill Your Best Friend book which shares the backstory, and also outlines the completely life-changing, brain-altering, and admittedly strange method to quit smoking in full detail for you to follow.
This strange method can make you stop smoking cigarettes forever - regardless if you have the motivation or desire to quit.
As crazy and over-promising as this sounds, the more you love smoking, the easier it is going to be for you to quit with this method. And to be honest, I feel that I'm quite qualified to both make this statement and provide you with a fool-proof method to quit smoking. Why?
Because if it's true that you need 10,000 hours of study on a subject to become an expert at something, then I should hold multiple PhD's in smoking and cigarettes. And in addition to that, like many of you, I have attempted and failed at nearly every "quit smoking" method out there. Granted, my attempts were short-lived, because I loved smoking so much and had little to no will power, but still, I tried.
And speaking of trying...