Bernardo Moya is a returning guest who is very busy planning The Best You Expo in Los Angeles where I, and one of my 10-year old students will be speaking. Those of you in California can attend for free at this link: It will be live streamed from the main stage.

Bernardo Moya is an editor, author, publisher, TV producer, editor in chief of the Best You Magazine and CE0 of NLP Life Training, the world’s largest neural linguistic programming organization. He’s been an entrepreneur for over 35 years and is the author of a new book titled a Man Evolving

“I’ve always been very entrepreneurial. My mom used to call me a dreamer, thinking outside the box and always wanting to do things differently.”

~Bernardo Moya

Always wanting to be his own boss and imagining the kinds of things he could do, Bernardo’s The Best You Expo is now materializing after 3 years of a pandemic.

“I thought about so many great speakers, but they don’t have a platform unless your name is Tony Robbins or Les Brown. I always wanted to give a platform to those that didn’t have that reach yet. It’s about elevating consciousness and bringing more love to the world.”

~Bernardo Moya

Bernardo thinks the Best You Expo will likely go back to Europe after L.A. or globally to India, maybe Canada. He feels we all need leaders and more inspiration than ever before. His event is an opportunity for all of us to come together.

Amidst all the planning for his big event, Bernardo found time to write a book…

“I started writing it in a very different way. I was writing more about love, the evolution of love, and wondering what love means to diverse cultures and religions.”

~Bernardo Moya

Bernardo shows some vulnerability in his book through thoughts and poetry he’s written. He writes about the separation from his wife and the loss of his mother.

“When I shared it with my loved ones, (some of them are exes) they weren’t very excited or delighted about me sharing these emotions, but I felt it was important for me to share because of who I am. I am a man evolving”

~Bernardo Moya

Bernardo feels that couples don’t share a lot. They don’t talk a lot. They don’t communicate a lot, and in many cases men struggle with sharing emotions. He reports male suicide is one of the biggest killers, and that men keep their emotions bottled up.

“When my dad passed away I was 15 years old. My brother was 7. Many of the things I’ve gone through in my life has simply been self-healing. My book is how I’m expressing that.”

~Bernardo Moya

Bernardo claims he is a romantic guy who loves to express his feelings. He feels his book will benefit men who are young and old. He asks questions at the end of each chapter and asks the reader to consider the answers.

“Maybe the reader gets some tips. The questions are provoking and encourage actions.”

~Bernardo Moya

A Man Evolving is also a book for women so they can begin to express their feelings differently and understand men a little more. Some of the poetry gets a little spicy, too.

The book is outlined as an evolutionary process all its own.

“There are stages from falling in love and feeling those early butterflies. Then there’s the period of passion. There’s also the realistic look at rejection.”

~Bernardo Moya

A Man Evolving is relevant to the importance of what’s happening on the planet and our stake in it. It’s about what we do and say while we’re alive.

“I can’t encourage people to be divisive. I can’t encourage people to hate each other, to be average, and to not take care of themselves.”

~Bernardo Moya

When was the last time you said to a loved one that you love them?

When was the last time that they heard some kind words from you?

Love is the answer. Love is the answer to everything.

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