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4-4-4 Newsletter Video Edition (2/26)

Welcome to my 4-4-4 Newsletter! Here is the February 26, 2024 video newsletter.

Love to you all from Myrtle Beach, SC. The 2nd video here is a bonus video included for fun about my new children's book Blueberry and Jam. I wrote a new children's book this past year about Maine. Thank you to Irina Prisacaru, L.L. Bean, artist Thomas Dambo, and everyone at Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens for your help!

The 4-4-4 Newsletter is quickly becoming a popular newsletter worldwide. Every Monday, the latest issue will arrive in your inbox.

Each message includes:

4 actions for yourself

4 actions for humanity

4 questions for journal prompts

4 affirmations.

About Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino

In 2008, Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino closed the door to her office to think about her life.


When she opened it, she walked through, leaving behind an almost two-decade career in the financial services industry in order to open the doors for the Best Ever You Network. Today, Best Ever You is a multimedia brand and platform with millions of fans and followers around the world. 


Elizabeth is a tireless champion of others and believes in the need for the individual light within to raise the collaborative power of us and we.


Today, Elizabeth is a writer, master coach, and speaker focused on change, success, gratitude, and helping people be their best. She is the author of the bestsellers PERCOLATE - Let Your Best Self Filter Through published by Hay House, and  bestselling five-time award-winning book, The Change Guidebook: How to Align Your Heart, Truths, and Energy to Find Success in All Areas of Your Life. Her latest book, The Success Guidebook - How to Visualize, Actualize, and Amplify You has quickly become a bestseller. 


Elizabeth is also a frequent speaker, and her work has been featured in places like Good Housekeeping, U.S. News and World Report, Forbes, Thrive, Medium, and more. Her popular “4-4-4 Newsletter” is sent out each week to thousands of subscribers.


Elizabeth and her husband, Peter, have been married for more than twenty-five years and have four adult sons, three rescued cats, and two dogs. They can often be found in Maine in their gardens, in the pool, raking leaves, or, depending on the season, in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. 


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