Hi, thank you for checking me out. My name is Robert Lee, the creator of Amazing Life Daily. I think the best way to tell you who I am is to tell you what I do, what motivates me, and who inspires me.

Robert Lee the Proud Father

It’s one of the hardest things you’ll ever do. But in exchange, it teaches you the meaning of unconditional love. – Nicholas Sparks

Rinaldo & Renzo

When my wife was pregnant with our first child, I thought to myself, “Do I have it in me to be a good father?” That was 12 years ago.

All good things must come to an end and our family is broken. Given that my wife and I have irreconcilable differences, we have decided to part ways. Despite the separation, we have taken it upon ourselves to be committed to being friends, rather than enemies or strangers. It is important for our children to see us talking rather than ignoring each other.

What have I learned about myself and being a father?

I know both of us love our children unconditionally. I also know now that being parents, we take immeasurable pride in our children as they continue to learn and grow.

There is no such a thing as failure if we set our mind to it. Notwithstanding the negative family situation, I believe I have learned so much that I am able to impart wisdom.

Robert Lee the Health Advocate

Each patient carries his own doctor inside him. – Norman Cousins

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I am going to spare you the details of why there are far more people with health concerns than decades ago. Suffice to say, I am very involved in the nutrition industry.

I am an active independent distributor of nutritional products manufactured by USANA Health Sciences. As a Silver Director and health advocate, I continuously educate myself on nutrition and supplementation so that I could give authoritative advice to people I talk to.

Robert Lee the XTRM 1-11 ELITE Trainer

Surround yourself only with people who are going to take you higher. – Oprah Winfrey

XTRM 1-11 is one of the top coaching and training organizations on business and entrepreneurship. From the day I became a part of this organization, I have been in the company of positive and successful people.

As an active member and ELITE Trainer, my role is to coach our members, especially my team, to become successful entrepreneurs.

I continuously grow myself personally by attending training and seminars conducted by our mentors and special speakers – Anthony Pangilinan, Maricel Laxa-Pangilinan, and Francis Kong. I have been fortunate to attend a seminar featuring world-renowned leadership guru John Maxwell.

Everyone in XTRM 1-11 who knows me personally calls me ‘Ninong’, which means Godfather.

Robert Lee the Professional Blogger

My blog is a collection of answers people don’t want to hear to questions they didn’t ask. – Sebastyne Young

Blogging to Express Myself

What is it about blogging that I like?

My mother was a writer. Back in her days, she would have to write manuscripts with a pen. And Like her, I love writing. However, I have no formal education in writing. Consequently, it is unlikely I would have a career as a writer. But technology changed that. Today, anyone who wants to write can easily start a blog.

When I started blogging, it was mainly to express myself. The writing was a way to organize my thoughts and manage my emotions. Moreover, writing affirms how I should think and make decisions.

Blogging to Spread Positivity

As I continue to write, it is my intention to share my deepest thoughts and how I truly feel. Furthermore, it is my intention to share with you everything I have learned. And that is why I created Amazing Life Daily. It is a means for me to be of value to you.

I hope to be a positive influence on you and the people around you. Click To Tweet

39 COMMENTS

  1. I’m currently a full time writer with some published (romance) books but I don’t have a proper education about writing too. I guess it’s really not that big deal now whether you have a degree or not on certain job to be able to do what you like. The more you do a thing, if you have passion about it, the more you learn something and be better at it. Same as blogging, I guess. 🙂

    • Elle,

      Exactly. There are so many things we can do that does not require a degree. BUT, everything we do requires us to learn. Learning more allows us to do so much more.

      Learning is a discipline too. Sometimes, in order to be better, we need to force ourselves to learn and do what we know is good for us.

  2. It’s very nice to meet you. I am looking forward to following your blog as I feel we seem to be on the same page with a few things. I’m fairly new to this blogging thing, but looking forward to learning more as I go along and hoping to grow!

  3. Your story will inspire a lot of single dads out there. Anyone can still be a great parent even if you and your spouse needed to part ways. I admire people like you.

    • Alaine,

      Thank you for the kind words.

      Let’s give credit where credit is due. My ex-wife deserves more credit than I do. Given that we really cannot be together, it takes a lot for both her and me to agree to become friends. The kids are with her too, and she is doing a fantastic job of keeping them bubbly little angels.

      I did not realize too, until you mentioned it, that single dads may be inspired.

      YOU MADE MY DAY!

  4. What a great introduction. Now, I’m thinking of writing something like this. I’m sorry to hear what happened to your family. But I believe everything happens for a reason. You can still be a good father regardless on what happened. I, don’t also have formal studies about writing. But Back when I was younger. I know for a fact that one day I will write. This has been my passion way back when I was in elementary. I’m glad to read your article. To more positive articles to come 🙂

    • Cai,

      Yes, everything happens for a reason, and if we have faith, then we know there is a grand plan. Pero the thing is, even if there is a grand plan, it is up to us to know what it is and do something about it.

      I hope you could come back more often. Thank you for dropping by.

  5. This was such an interesting post. I love the idea of looking at yourself from different angles and different roles in your life. I also love that you’re blogging to spread positivity because I’m trying to do the same. I think even small things such as a blog can make a difference and make the world become a little bit better place.

    • Dunja,

      Until you mentioned, I never realized I was actually looking at myself that way!

      As for spreading positivity, you are absolutely correct. I am chatting with a friend now on Facebook and I just told this person the following:

      A favor may be small, but to the person who receives it, it could mean the universe. Unfortunately, a lot of people simply couldn’t give small favors.

      The good news is, there are those who do.

      So yes, do whatever it takes to be a positive influence in the world. With the way you think, Dunja, you’re on the right track!

  6. Great post!

    I know the information you included here are just a few things about who you are. But after few days of reading your blog posts and receiving tips from you on the group or here on your blog, I could say that you are a great person.

    Reading your blogs remind me of how Jeff Goins, my inspiration in writing, writes – his writing voice connects with his audience as if he is talking with a friend in person. And, you write just like him.

    Keep up the good work!

    Learnt a lot from you, and I look forward to learning more.

    I’m sharing Jeff Goins‘ blog here, hope you don’t mind.

    • Najmah,

      Super appreciated and thank you for your kind words.

      I visited Jeff Goins’ site. The first thing I noticed was the super beautiful font he used in the body. Unfortunately, I could not use that on this site. It appears not to be available in Google Fonts.

      Anyway, he is an incredibly good writer. My initial take was the way he leads a reader to special offers he is making available. I will bookmark his site and learn more!

      Thank you for sharing.

  7. Truly an amazing and inspiring person. Thank you for sharing positivity to the readers. I am a blogger for almost 3 years now. I started blogging because I love to express my thoughts to the people by means of blog posts. I admit that I am not a polished or skilled writer, but I believe that when you love what you do, you’ll keep learning and level-up.

  8. Hi Robert,

    The content was really relevant and it shows you as a blogger. I’m looking forward to meeting you soon especially I often know someone who’s a health advocate and expresses your passion and niche! Great job!

  9. Sorry to hear you writing about the broken family. It still is not easy to read since I like you so much and I know how much this affected you. Although, look now where you are. You can be so proud. A good father, for sure. You’re a mentor to so many of us.

  10. I don’t think it is necessary for one to have a ‘formal’ education in writing. Besides, we have been taught how to write ever since grade school. I think what is more important is to be able to help spread thoughts and information through the articles we post. 🙂

  11. It’s always nice to learn more about the story behind the blogger. You must be very proud of your children. I think it’s great that you are still committed to being a father even though you and your wife have split up. Not all men are so committed to their children, sadly.

  12. This post gives me a glimpse of the Robert the father. I find it brave for you to admit the not so successful marriage. Not everyone can do that.

    Reading your blog gives me an idea that you are one thoughtful individual, sharing only valuable thoughts, not discussing in full details about your personal but giving lessons on how to improve one’s self, health, and even business.

    Thank you.

  13. Now, I follow you and your blog for quite a while and just realized that I actually knew nothing about you. I thought you had just one son. A very difficult situation for every family and mostly it’s the children who suffer. I believe today’s society has to get used to what you call “broken families”. I would not call it broken, it just didn’t last as long as planned. And breaking up in a friendly and fair way is the best you can do for the kids. Being a parent and being a partner are two different pairs of shoes. I love the quotes you have picked for your post. I’m a fan of Oprah Winfrey … she opens her mouth and out comes wisdom, usually wrapped in sarcasm. Nice to know you a little better now.

  14. To the person behind a blog is such a wonder for me. I find it a bold move to share about your marriage or family, and I find it admirable to remain friends no matter your differences. I guess, you are such a strong and good father and will be the best model for your kids.

  15. It’s so nice to hear that regardless of your differences you and your ex-wife remain friends, that’s possibly the best thing for a child to have parents who are civil rather than not as it can be damaging (I was a child of divorce and still 22 years later my parents hardly speak). It’s so nice to get to know you a little more too!

  16. Hello, Robert! It’s nice to meet you and get to know more about you more personally. It’s great to see your story. I am also a single mom. Sometimes, things don’t go our way but it also inspires us to be better.

  17. Interesting to know you better Robert. Yes, a person really can wear multiple hats sometimes. Love the first quote as the author is really my favorite author! Sometimes life gives us lemons, but definitely, it seems you have managed to make lemonades out of them and spread some positivity around with this blog too.

  18. Nice to meet you Robert and glad to have met you personally already. I never imagined getting to know different people in the cyber world because of blogging. Thanks to the Facebook group you created, I got immersed in blog topics I thought I wouldn’t even bother to read. But because of the requirements, with the self-discipline, I got to know some people deeper because of their blog posts. Just like this one.

  19. This is a great post because this lets us know you better and deeper. I admire the courage and the strength to share about your family. Some who may be in the same situation may find it hard to share on the world wide web.

    I’m curious about being a professional blogger. How does one person become a professional blogger? 😁

    • Maria,

      The moment you enter into a transaction between you and another party where you accepting something in exchange for something related to blogging, you become a professional blogger.

  20. I also started writing as a way to manage emotions as a turbulent teenager. It really helped me sort out my feelings and process them. blogging was a natural transition to my pen and paper days. Right now, I blog mainly about travel, but I’m still back to that space when I am a child. Both things – travel and writing – connect me to my core. That’s why my blog has been sustainable for me.

  21. Your post is very inspiring! Love the way you described each aspect of your life. I totally understand the passion for writing. It doesn’t require any education. All the best!

  22. Been reading your posts for a while now Robert and it’s great to know a little bit more about you! Your kids are adorable I must say! 😀 I love how your mother was a writer! Continue to spread positivity, it really does make a difference!

  23. Berlin said you guys met yesterday and you are completely opposite of what I thought you are! 😀 She said you were kind and fatherly, not intimidating at all! Like you, I don’t have any educational background when it comes to writing. I also just started blogging to share my life and express what I want to say. Now, it’s amazing how I befriended people because of blogging!

  24. Read this before, the time I haven’t met you personally.

    Commenting again after the meeting as some of my impressions about you changed.

    I’ve met a thoughtful Robert yesterday. He can get too excited re USANA but it is very understandable as the product itself is too “beautiful.” I appreciate the Robert who despite the happy career in health and training field, still has the time to share what he knows. He is never selfish.

  25. It’s nice to meet who Robert Lee really is! I am actually amazed to meet male bloggers who’re in this kind of niche. Male bloggers are mostly into travel and food blogging, right? I like it that you are writing because you want to inspire and be of value to other people and bloggers like us. It shows in your blogger group initiatives in Facebook. Keep it up and God bless you and your two adorable sons! 🙂

  26. Through the short chats, I feel like I’ve also known you and it has already been months since I was part of the Facebook groups you moderate. But I still find your introduction nice. Anyway, I agree with you that “anyone who wants to write can easily start a blog.” My hope is that bloggers out there will also find their true intentions so they can succeed their passion. God bless and thank you for sharing your time in moderating Facebook groups for the betterment of the blogosphere.

  27. It’s been a couple of months since I started blogging and because of your blog group, I learned a lot from the members sharing their posts. Knowing that you came from a broken family was a surprise to me but I’m glad you and your wife decided to be friends. I know a lot of parents who had that setup and I admire you for that. It’s really important to put your children’s feelings first before your own.

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