My Story

From Alcoholic Insanity to Recovery and Beyond

A "TalkWithRex"

I'm a self development guide, speaker and author. Yet, for 40 years (at the time of writing) I lived a life of extremes: from alcoholic to recovery and beyond. On the one hand, my life was chaotic, and I was severely alcoholic, totally irresponsible, and selfish. I had tens of jobs, was fired from some, walked out from others, all under the devastatingly damaging influence of alcohol.

On the other hand, I had been proficient in sport at school and early university years; held leadership positions; was highly regarded; graduated with a BA (Economics and Political Science); and had a promising career lined up ahead of me. Alcohol kicked all of that promise into the gutter of destruction and times of despair.

It was all a mysterious paradox. In-between the weeks and months of alcoholic incapability to manage my life, there was always light, always hope, faith in something unnamed but tangible, a purpose calling me. I spent thousands of hours reading, studying, writing, reflecting, contemplating, with the specific goal of bettering myself and passing on my learning to others in need. I had a positive attitude bolstered by the firm belief in certain principles, which by applying them at an ever deeper level has allowed me to be living beyond recovery where – through the application of learned practices – I often experience natural states of great joy and peace.

It is my desire to continue my own personal growth while assisting others to also raise their levels of consciousness.

"I have known Rex for the past 5 years. He has overcome some major obstacles and challenges in his own personal life and now has a keen desire to want to share these experiences with all those who are seeking his advice and help. His enthusiasm and vibrant personality is rather infectious. He has a zest for living and is well disciplined in setting and achieving goals. He has a keen interest and knowledge regarding spiritual matters.

I would highly recommend him to anyone looking for support and guidance. He also has a good sense of humour and is rather easy going and blends in with most people. There is an old Buddhist saying “if you want to climb the mountain then ask the person who has already climbed to the top.” - Aussie Raad, CEO

Are you in recovery from alcoholism, or are you thinking maybe you need to be? Do you think there has to be more to life than this?

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