This is the kind of positive energy we love to have on Indy Style!
Co-authors Troy Amdahl (OolaGuru) and Dave Braun (OolaSeeker), renowned experts in a proper life balance, have been traveling the highways and cities of America in their 1970 VW surf bus, covered with colorful Oola stickers placed there by people who are putting their dreams into action and ready to live the OolaLife. It’s a powerful, yet simple message that has captured almost one million Oola fans on social media.
The OOLA guys will be at Barnes & Noble (8675 River Crossing Boulevard) tonight, May 16th at 7 p.m. Make 2018 the year you achieve your Oola Life. Place your dream on the Oola bus. Visit with experts in the areas of fitness, finance, family, field, faith, friends and fun to learn how they can support you in achieving balance. Visit www.oolalife.com for more information about this tour.
Troy Amdahl (Phoenix) is a native of Rochester, MN. The “OolaGuru” graduated cum laude from Northwestern Health Sciences University, then became a devoted husband and father (has 4 kids), and a successful businessman who travels the world, retired debt-free at 42, and an Ironman triathlete. Once a year, he and a group of friends―including Dave, the “OolaSeeker” who sought him out as a mentor―would meet to set goals and find balance and growth in the key areas of life―the synthesis of which became the philosophy and movement that is Oola.
Dave Braun (Salt Lake City) is a native of Napoleon, ND. Dave found material success at a young age while under the mentorship of Troy who taught him how to live the Oola principles of balance, but eventually drifted from them and found himself bankrupt, divorced (with 5 kids), disconnected, and living in a motel. At rock bottom, he sought out Troy, knowing he needed help to get his Oola back. The OolaSeeker vowed that if this worked, he would share Oola with the world. It did, and today, he and Troy travel the country in a 1970 VW surf bus, speaking to groups, collecting dreams, and helping people find balance, purpose, and growth through the 7 F’s of Oola.