The Weigh Forward
Jules brings his unique weight loss programme, The Weigh Forward, to the public in this groundbreaking book. A revolutionary process that has helped countless high profile clients, Jules shows you how deep-seated subconscious blocks are the real reason why we as a society are holding on to our weight at an ever increasing pace. His distinctive practice of emotional clearing can change your relationship with food forever.
The Weigh Forward is not just a self-help book. It is an autobiographical collection of twenty-years experience of working with clients with weight issues and charting their progress in achieving lasting weight-loss results. A deeply interactive tool, The Weigh Forward guides you through investigations and exercises that allow you to reconnect with your subconscious and break negative repetitive patterns.
The Tree of Seasons
Living The Life
Jules contributed to Stephen's book after his tragic and untimely death. Knowing Stephen and having talked to him about his story before he died helped Jules continue with Stephen's narrative voice. Jules ghostwrote parts of The Tree of Seasons to help finish the book and honor Stephen's vision and memory.
'The Tree of Seasons is a doorway into another world. There are four kingdoms in this world, each forever stuck in spring, summer, autumn and winter and each with its own ruler. The tree and the world it conceals have existed for hundreds of years and have never been uncovered by anyone, until now.'
Jules wrote the book Living the Life, that accompanied the TV series of the same name (recently rebranded as Living the Dream.) As Director, Creative Editor and Producer of 35 episodes of the TV series, Jules wrote from first-hand experience offering the director's voice and sharing insights into his process of drawing out emotionally intelligent narrative.
The book shares anecdotes from all the contributors of series one including amongst others Lord Melvyn Bragg, Joanna Lumley, Stephen Fry, Bill Wyman, Robin Gibb, Lord Sebastian Coe, Sir Ian Botham, Sir Tim Rice, Charles Dance, Jeremy Clarkson and Cilla Black.