Nobody exists in vacuum and my work was affected by so many people.
This is the perfect spot to express my deepest appreciation and love.
My parents – Shamil and Lyubov. Thank you for all your love to us and each other. You taught us so many things but the most important lesson was that life without love is empty and that we can create a family full of love, devotion and respect.
My husband – Honey, you showed me another side of life, the fun side! I love it.
Leo Babauta of Zen Habits (http://zenhabits.net/about/) My introduction to blogging started from this blog. Thank you, Leo, for your unpretentious and minimalistic style and attitude.
Mary Jaksch of Good Life Zen (http://goodlifezen.com) Mary is an outstanding and amazing person and mentor. Have just joined the A-list blogging club and already amazed with the value they are offering with Leo. Mary, you rock!
Pat Flynn of Smart Passive Income (http://www.smartpassiveincome.com/) Pat says that he is not guru but he inspires people to dare.
Tony Robbins I found out about Tony in my early twenties, but once he divorced, I got disillusioned. Only now, when I am married with a child, I understand his move. I also learned biggest lesson: listen to what teachers have to say, even if they do it differently in their lives at the moment, they are humans too. The lessons of peak performance and conscious living Tony is teaching are impossible to miss and they add so much juice to everyday life.
John Kehoe Listening to his Mindpowers program now and realize how fortunate we are in this day and age to have a knowledge that was opened to selected ones in the past.
Oksana Duplyakina, Olga Valyaeva, Ruslan Narushevich, Mirzakarim Norbekov There is a myriad of great thinkers that I was fortunate to read and contemplate. These people are beacons in my life and life of so many other people.