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I AM KEATS

Escape Your Mind and Free Your Self*

"Indescribable." —Seth Godin, author of What to Do When It's Your Turn

Often referred to as "the thinking person's self-help book," I am Keats is unlike anything you've ever read.

Both a psychologically attuned philosophy and an impassioned manifesto on life, this mind-opening book will inspire you to liberate your spirit and seize your true potential.

“We’re confined in mental prisons of our own creation,” declares Tom Asacker as he begins his extraordinary book. He goes on to assert that the locks to our cells are the delusional stories we tell ourselves. 

“We make them up—or others make them up for us—and eventually we come to believe them. We call those inherited and learned accounts of life, ‘reality.’”

And it’s that reality that keeps so many of us from living an authentic life and doing what truly moves us.

In this simple, personal and profound  book, Asacker rejects the everyday, traditional ideas of reality and the “quick-fix” formulas for success and happiness.

Instead, he pulls back the curtain to reveal the powerful cultural illusions that control your mind and heart, and shows you how to find faith in your true self and return to your own common sense.


I am keats: A NOVEL

(Based on the Prophetic Screenplay)

Okay, this is different. One typically reads about films that were adaptations from novels, like Gone with the Wind, The Grapes of Wrath, and The Godfather.

This fascinating novel is paradoxical, just like almost everything else about I am Keats.

It's an adaptation of a screenplay.

Movie audiences understand that a film cannot include everything that was in a novel, and so they forgive the screenwriters.

So what happens when an engaging screenplay is expanded into an original novel?

Something entirely new and extremely provocative.

A book must be the axe for the frozen sea within us.
— Franz Kafka