Robert D. Kintigh has not always been an author as he has had several careers prepare him for what has just arrived in the way of his first book The Lies We Tell Ourselves. Robert has had early success starting from high school in business as an entrepreneur and in corporate America. Robert attributes his success to his ability to write and his ability to market but most importantly learn from life and the mistakes he has made. Understanding the power of words and a clean marketing message makes his work as an author very powerful. He started his career writing sales copy for the property management and construction industry. Later, Robert started his own home maintenance/construction company where his writing skills proved to be very beneficial as he created entire programs that brought notoriety to him as he was sought out to do the same for companies all over the industry. His coaching career was also born due to the success he was having in the industry. Not wanting to ever settle for mediocre or good enough. Robert has applied this philosophy to all that he has done and has passed this on to his students/clients over the years. Later in his career, Robert worked for a few organizations writing training programs to help teach employees everything from sales, customer service to health and safety. A burning desire to help people learn and achieve more, he was passionate about what he delivered to thousands of employees. A thirst for knowledge, Robert attended seminars and training's by Tony Robbins, Knock your socks off customer service, Jeffrey Gitomer, Stephen Covey and Dale Carnegie as well as the Get Motivated seminars just to name a few. Learning to apply what he has learned. Robert has applied these teachings to many of the writing projects he has been involved in as well as business. Robert's business and marketing skills not only has been obtained in the field, but has also attended college 3 times in his life. Growing from Robert's experience in writing includes his first book called The Lies We Tell Ourselves as well as 16 other books, blog writing, websites for his own purpose and professionally including ghost writing. Robert also has written press releases for companies, policies and procedures, and various technical writing for training. Robert's strength in The Lies We Tell Ourselves book he has written comes from his upbringing and the challenges he has faced in his life.