About The Author
Dr. Ronnie Hale
A little about me: My beginning was a very humble one indeed. I started out in rural east Texas in a very modest home. Somewhere around the age of twelve, something clicked, and I no longer saw things in the same way. That is where my quest for answer really started, because even then I knew there had to be more for me than what my current environment held.
I was a poor student throughout junior high school and high school. Five days after my high school graduation, I was in basic training with the US Air Force; I had enlisted. I was looking for a way out and a life I had yet to define. The military was a way to leave an environment for someone who had little money.
Twenty years later, with multiple degrees, I entered corporate America in Dallas, Texas, because it seemed like that was what I was supposed to do. I’d had a very stressful job in the air force, and now I was entering another one. Things still seemed out of place, and I was heading toward burnout.
I departed the corporate world for a municipal job in the water purification industry and basically took a nineteen-year sabbatical from life as I had imagined it. I moved through various passions and roles within that industry. One thing remained constant: I kept reading and searching for definitive answers. This began in the early 1980s, when I read Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich. A seed was planted that took me a while to cultivate because I had discovered something I wanted to do which was write.
I never gave up reading and searching, from the 1980s till now. Eventually, I learned that what I was reading, studying, and analyzing was an area of study called metaphysics. Later, I was reading one of my favorite authors, of that genre, Joe Vitale and he referred to having a doctorate in metaphysical science. I had not known that was a thing. I was off and running. I went nonstop obtaining four degrees in metaphysics, including two doctorates. By then, I had read so much in the field that when I was presented with the school’s recommended reading list, I recognized that I had read most of the works.