Writer/Producer Robin Jay says, Life was never meant to be a struggle. If you’re dealing with challenges, this film will help you. It can transform your life and show you the path to greater happiness, joy, and fulfillment. Understanding the 7 Keys featured in this film will forever change how you look at life. The keys are Appreciation, Harmony, Passion, Faith, Courage, Vibration, and Empathy. Understanding these and embracing them will empower you in ways you never thought possible before! Author and Motivational Speaker Robin Jay has always loved the field of Personal Development. When she and her sister Terri were children, their father would have them listen to Earl Nightingale records as a way of disciplining them. He thought this would instill wisdom in his children and become a positive influence in their lives, a philosophy that proved to be true. By the time she was a young adult, she had become a huge fan of Dr. Wayne Dyer, Napoleon Hill, Deepak Chopra, and many other self-help leaders.
After the success of the blockbuster film The Secret in 2006, Robin saw many similar films being produced, as an attempt to bring self-help books to life through film. She bought nearly every self-help movie she could find, hungry to learn more about achieving greater success and getting the most out of life. Unfortunately, she struggled to stay focused while trying to sit through these talking head documentaries. Her friends agreed; they could be challenging to get through. She found herself thinking, “How fabulous it would be if someone would produce a film that was more engaging, more entertaining, and that could somehow make life’s most important messages and lessons easier to learn and understand!”
As a child in elementary school, she was chosen to sing a solo from the film, Mary Poppins titled A Spoonful of Sugar. That song resonated with her then and has stayed it’s been her philosophy ever since. Now, she wanted to find a way to make understanding the most important core messages of life, even the hardest lessons, a little bit sweeter to swallow.
That is when it hit her. SHE could be the one to change the self-help film industry by creating hybrid films. She could combine a narrative story that would feature fictional characters who would seek answers from experts.