New Book “Best Knowing Joy” is Released

New Book “Best Knowing Joy” is Released

Montgomery, Texas

At the age of nine, Lou Potempa decided he would become a successful businessman of the world. Interestingly, he succeeded with a 25-year career as vice president of corporate development. How did this success come about?

Looking back on his life, Potempa realized a consistent pattern that resulted in positive outcomes. In 90 minutes, Potempa's new book provides unique insights and understanding of the universal legacies and a process that can be applied by all. "Best Knowing Joy" describes a five-stage process of actual empowerment of consciousness that will result in a realization of one's potential and manifestation of desired objectives. With true accomplishment comes the experience of joy.

The foundation of the process includes controlling time, disowning negativity and distractions, understanding truth, light, and time, emergence of elevated consciousness and envisioning of desire and the pursuit of unbounded potential. Potempa includes comprehensive charts, symbols, and protocols to aid in the understanding and application of his process.

Potempa's process has shown success in not only his life, but also in the application in his wife's life during a serious medical circumstance.

"Merely scanning 'Best Knowing Joy' will change one's life," Potempa said. "Reading 'Best Knowing Joy' changes one's life for the best. Universal application of the process will significantly change the world for the best."

"Best Knowing Joy"
By Lou Potempa
ISBN: 978-1-4969-0500-0
Available in softcover and e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Author House

About the author
Lou Potempa holds a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from Illinois Institute of Technology. His career background includes working as a rocket scientist, chemical engineer and corporate development officer. Potempa enjoys playing jazz piano and has worked as a choir director. He and his wife have three children, 13 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.