Michael Sage Hider graduated from the University of Cincinnati (OH) with a B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering. Having been in the Air Force ROTC Program, he was commissioned into the United States Air Force as a Second Lieutenant. While on active duty, he was selected to participate in underground nuclear testing at the Nevada Test Site. Many long nights in the Nevada desert allowed him much time to deeply reflect on what matters most in life. Those musings led to the development of his theory of how to obtain and maintain Enduring Peace of Mind, the greatest treasure any one could possibly hope to possess, much more valuable than fame and/or fortune. After three years of active duty, Hider was Honorably Discharge from the Air Force with the rank of Captain
Hider entered the Seminary for eighteen months. During that time, he delved into the matters of Theology, Philosophy, Psychology, Latin, and Greek. It was during this scrutiny that he conceived of (or as he says, “The thoughts that the Holy Spirit fed into my mind”) the concept of shaping one’s life by Good Life Truths, an integral component of the discipline of Enduring Peace of Mind.
Hider recently retired and now spends all of his time as a sought-after motivational speaker throughout California and Arizona, promoting his principle of “The Art of Thought Dwelling to Maintain Enduring Peace of Mind.” His presentations have assisted innumerable lost and troubled souls, those crushed by life’s vicissitudes, to obtain and maintain Enduring Peace of Mind. His unending stream of correspondence from grateful readers and lecture attendees attest to that fact, for example, “Thank you for giving my life back to me!”