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Something About Me and My Book:
I am on "The Bookplace" network and "The New York" network as well. I'm an ex Marine Gulf War vet first and foremost. After that I am a father of one boy, a past substance abuser of all types, a fitness nut, a jack of all tradesman, a felon, a brawler, twice divorced, and a survivor of bipolar illness.

For all I've done (and it's a bunch) bipolar became my whole entire universe. I wallowed in every negative emotion there is to feel and at strengths I didn't know the human mind had the power to drum up. It was killing me...literally.

I've since recovered, although that's supposed to be impossible, I quit every thing I was ever addicted to (except coffee - me and the holy bean have an understanding), and my life just improves in ways I did not see coming.

My story is not believed by some. I've been clinically dead twice, multiple times during each day. I've come out of two comas. I've survived car wrecks, gang attacks, and many other violent physical happenings, not the least of which was the War.

I became someone that others feared, including my own family. Eventually, I simply turned pathetic as bipolar consumed me and robbed me of all my strength, dignity, possessions, freedom, wives, and then my sanity.

I was beyond hope, beyond help for eight years. Somewhere in there I got pissed! The character traits planted in me firmly by the Marines started resurfacing and I took charge. It took me a few years to figure it all out but I did it.

This story and my system tested by myself, is what's in my book "It Takes Guts To Be Me: How An Ex Marine Beat Bipolarism."

When you read where my life took me and how horrific a place that was, you will feel hope for yourself. Because I made it out. So can you or your loved one if this is the 6,000 pound gorilla on your back. Trust me.

God's given me countless free passes. There's a reason I'm still drawing air. It's to help you.
Website:
http://www.ittakesgutstobeme.com

Ho do I get ahold of Ken?

In direct response to my new friend Eric Castaneda, here is my email: ken@ittakesgutstobeme.com

I can also be reached through my site at: www.ittakesgutstobeme.com

And I spew entertainment and mighty wisdom over here: http://blog.myspace.com/ittakesgutstobeme

That's the nice thing about these private networks. They give us a chance to refine our approach before we bare ourselves naked to the anonymous hordes. I mean, you just don't hear of a thing like "the reasonable horde." Better to be prepared beforehand.

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Take a scroll down the page and check out my new pics and new video. I have been hammering away mercilessly through the night setting up file sharing accounts here, there, everywhere and uploading film.

Same with photos. Wanna get noticed? Make a big racket!

Take care everybody!

Ken

Posted on July 9, 2007 at 6:31am

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At 5:34am on July 17, 2009, Freya R said…
Hi Ken

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At 3:46pm on March 12, 2009, Bert Martinez said…
Hello, I'm Bert Martinez, I'm looking to network with success minded authors. If you would like my free report 30 Strategies for Selling More Books just fill out the form below. I look forward to networking with you and if there is anything that I can help you with please do not hesitate to contact me.

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At 9:50pm on October 26, 2008, Aidana WillowRaven said…
I'm so excited!

Check out my latest blog post to read about my newest cover design, read the latest book review and find out how to attend my first book signing for the JGDS (Junior Geography Detective Squad) children's mystery state book series (signing as illustrator of course).

Here is the cover for the second book in the series just to tempt you further...


Isn't my job cool?

Aidana WillowRaven
www.WillowRavenIllustration.com
IM: willowraven.illustration
At 1:21pm on September 2, 2007, Donna Rogers said…
Ken,
I thank God that you are one of the survivors of bipolar. I know what you mean by the meds don't work for you, as my husband also inheritated this disorder, and he could take a truck load of prozac, and he is the nastiest
person that you would ever want to meet when he has his moments. One day he is the most pleasant person, and the next he is nasty. He could lose his temper at
the drop of a hat. It is very hard to deal with him.
My two older sons thankfully did not inherit his disorder, but our daughter did. Her son, whom we have since adopted looks like he also missed the disorder, but alot of times it hits as a teen, or when some kind of crisis hits. So, I guess we never know if it will hit any of my sons. God willing, it will not.
I hope that your son never knows the pain that you, or I, or anyone else with this disorder in their family has been through. God bless and watch over you always.
Donna
PS. Great videos
At 11:47am on August 14, 2007, Ken Jensen said…
Oh, I'm so sorry for that! I was up past my bedtime, pushing my awareness limits.

I like to get people's names right (especially when they're written somewhere right in front of me) and I get very annoyed when I don't.

It's good to meet you too!

Ken
At 9:53am on August 14, 2007, Author & Book Promotions said…
Hi Ken,

My name is Nadia. You wrote Claudia in the comment box.

It's nice to meet you, and thank you for accepting my friend request. I look for work to networking with you.

-Nadia
At 7:51pm on July 24, 2007, david b mclaughlin said…
Please help me name my book (if you have not already)!

Vote here:
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Thanks in advance,
David B. McLaughlin
http://www.davidbmclaughlin.com
At 4:03pm on July 11, 2007, Ken Jensen said…
Hi Lorne,
My contact info is near the top of my page here on bookmarket. But I'll put it here for you too:
email: ken@ittakesgutstobeme.com
site: www.ittakesgutstobeme.com
blog: http://blog.myspace.com/ittakesgutstobeme

I am ready to help your friend. I CAN help your friend too!

Take care,

Ken
www.ittakesgutstobeme.com
At 3:53pm on July 11, 2007, Lorne Epstein said…
Ken,
Hey, your timing is perfect. A great friend of mine has been dealing with this for a long time. I will forward your contact to him. Can he get in touch with you somehow? Lorne
At 12:39pm on July 11, 2007, Craig O. Thompson said…
Hi Ken:

Had my stache since 1969. Have a great story about it--for another time. Regarding Richard Marcinko books (and his related success), he's certainly been able to pull from past experience to bring some of the realities of today's world to the forefront. The Rogue Warrior series has done well for him. I've only scanned through a couple of them. Honestly, I try to stay away from books with themes similar to mine, so I don't subconsciously plagerize events or other items that could get me in trouble. As you are probably aware, he has actually had a co-author on quite a few of his books. I wish I had that luxury. But #1 on the NY Times list ain't bad.

From a business standpoint, he and I touch on similar territory--consulting with corporations and government agencies.

Sounds, though, as if you have plenty to draw from with your military and personal experiences--to compete with Marchinco's series. Gonna give it a try?

Regards,
Craig O. Thompson
www.Omar-Thriller.com
www.BusinessContinuityBCP.com
 
 
 

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