Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Kickstarter and The Way of Aloha

I am writing to give you an opportunity for a free signed copy of one of my books and an update on the projects I am working on. I am working on a new book called The Way of Aloha set on the island of Lanai in Hawaii. A short excerpt from the books is below. I hope to have The Way of Aloha completed this summer.

I am also helping with the launch of an exciting new company and Kickstarter campaign. As a thank you for help with the campaign, I will send you a free signed copy of any one of my books (listed below) if you either back our Kickstarter project and/or share the link to our Kickstarter page on Facebook. Simply send me an email with your mailing address, stating whether you backed the project and/or shared the project on Facebook as well as which book you would like me to send.

A portion of all proceeds to Sun Tail Mermaid will be donated to the Phil and Pem Farnsworth Foundation for Innovation - a foundation I created last year that is dedicated to the development of inventions, innovations, and technologies. Our hope for the foundation is to bring to fruition some of the unfinished ideas of Philo T. Farnsworth that he hoped would contribute to the betterment of society. I believe the Foundation will play a part in working with young people to bring forth advancements that will even transcend the impact of Phil and Pem's development of the television. The foundation has adopted as its motto the motto which Farnsworth used in his labs, "The difficult we do right away; the impossible takes slightly longer."

I really appreciate your help. Godspeed my friend.

Aloha! Cameron C. Taylor, philanthropists, author, speaker, entrepreneur

Link to Our Kickstarter Page to Share

List of Free Books to Choose From
8 Attributes of Great Achievers (International Bestseller)
8 Attributes of Great Achievers, Volume 2 (International Bestseller)
8 Steps to Lasting Excellence
Preserve, Protect & Defend
Does Your Bag Have Holes? 24 Truths That Lead to Financial and Spiritual Freedom
Twelve Paradoxes of the Gospel 

Except from The Way of Aloha (Statement by Kahuna Manu Napela)
“The islands of Hawaii are filled with natural wonders and great beauty. Even greater beauty is found in the Hawaiian way of life. In my extensive study of modern and ancient civilizations, the happiest place on earth is found in the villages of ancient Hawaii. Paradise is not a location. It is a way of life. The spirit of Aloha and the joy of living are not dependent on where you live, but on how you live. A life of Aloha can be experienced by anyone, anytime, and anywhere by adhering to the beliefs, attitudes, and actions that make it so. The inner journey to Aloha is much more powerful and profound than a physical trip to Hawaii. There is an island paradise inside each of us. You just have to find it. Wherever you go can be paradise. People are drawn to the Hawaiian Islands to experience the way of Aloha—a life of peace, joy, and family.”