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I had the opportunity to adventure 3 days into the unknown with Greg.
He is a man who has traveled the world, faced his own fears and tapped into his gut instinct aka his internal compass again and again and he shows others just how to do that.

Greg is quite the adventurer and leader. With days of hiking into rough territory, he knew exactly how to push us past our emotional and physical comfort zones and yet keep us safe.

He is a master storyteller and entertainer. He would regale the group of his epic sea adventures and each time he would hit home with powerful lessons and morals.

Guided by Greg and his not-so-typical transformative process, what happened in those 3 days was an amazing experience and a period of growth. I highly recommend anyone to spend time with this adventurous soul. Oh, and he brews a mean cup of joe!
— Tarek Statico

Selected comments on the 2016 Hay House World Summit website about my lesson, "Run Toward That Which Scares You!"

Greg Frucci speaks with the same words that my soul has spoken to me in my most enlightened moments. That moment when I recognized that what I really desire more than anything is Peace.
Greg, thank you for your authenticity and openness about your experiences, fears, and triumphs. I am a huge fan of yours, starting today. I cheer you on in your path, and by doing so, I feel I am cheering myself on as well.
— Timothy Hall
This is the first interview (out of 5) that has punched me in the heart and brought tears to my eyes. Totally what I needed to hear. I am at a crossroads. I am a cancer survivor and now a divorce survivor (after 25 years) and suddenly find myself single at 50 with the rest of my life in front of me. Oh the ego is a bitch and I’m working so hard to fear less, but OMG it’s hard. The last five years have done a number to my soul. I am working on feeling worthy of a loving relationship, confidence to paint and create again, and find a new job that I love (because my current job that I love is half mine, half my ex’s.) I can’t wait to work on the questions and the meditations, I know it will help bring clarity to what I want. Thank you!
— Lisa Cousineau
Listening to your personal sharing was a blessing today. You’re a gifted speaker sharing from the soul so others can exlore theirs and leave the ego. It reaffirmed the value of closing the doors of my long, enjoyed career for time to discover my purpose of why I am still here while my dearest aren’t. Letting go of the fear just knowing I must give myself the time was one of my best decisions of my life. Meditation was a real life changer to finding inner peace. Blessings for your continued journeys and success serving others through your gifts.
— Claudia H. (a CEO)
This was so calming to listen to. I love looking at it as your ego and your soul. It is the ego that has all the fear! It was a great message. And so inspired by you going off on your adventure all by yourself, that must have been such an amazing experience. The idea of doing something huge all alone terrifies me and excites me all at the same time. Can’t wait to read your book [.]
— Carey B.
Thank you Greg! Everything you said was exactly what I needed to hear! I love how life works! I am also at a point in my life where I want to create and live more fully. I had asked quite clearly (during meditation), my life is shifting, what should I do now? With the questions you provided, I answered all of them quickly and Wow, did that help! I now know more clarly thatn ever what to do. Life is awesome! Thank you for your genuine words. They’ve helped me break down a few old walls. I am grateful.
— Linda C.

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All quotations below exist on the Customer Review section for "Path of Three Hundred: Volume I" and can be viewed by clicking here

This book was an absolute joy to read. I knew from reading the “Acknowledgements” that the author, Greg Frucci was gearing up to take me on a journey I would remember forever. Knowing the events were real allowed me to sail along with him, experiencing a plethora of natural emotions. .. doubt, hope, fear, satisfaction, gratitude, too many to list.

Mr. Frucci’s rich style of writing drew me in deeper with every word. I am glad to have had the honor of receiving this book as a gift in exchange for my honest opinion. Honestly, after reading about Mr. Frucci’s intense story told in “Path of Three Hundred” I am a person who is more aware of life concepts such as peace, love, and perseverance.

The book walked me through a path filled with ups and downs, and through it all, I learned that whatever the path, it is worth everything I can muster to stay on the path and continue to my destination.

I recommend this book to anyone who wants to read a book about a thrilling journey that will have you experiencing every emotion imaginable to man or woman. The underlying message of hope and discovery is cleverly woven throughout. I guarantee that when you read this book you will be positively impacted.
— Marlene C. Bertrand
Two things made me want to read this book: Knowing it was the story of someone’s life changing direction, and knowing that the story was real.

It seems that more and more people are taking stock and asking themselves where they are going (myself included), and the book’s main character Petah is the perfect projection of this for the reader to instantly warm to. He’s the ordinary guy who realises he’s extraordinary, ignoring the haters and taking the leap, doing something amazing with his life that he knows will change him for the better.

As a story, it is a warm and honest insight into the sailor’s mind, an adventure full of unexpected disaster and equally-unexpected good luck. Petah is just as clueless as we are as to what will happen next, and it is written in such a way that the reader will feel an almost painful empathy for him at times - especially when describing the constant lack of sleep.

The descriptions are rich enough to make the reader feel as if they are next to Petah, sailing with him, smelling the same air. Far from being an expanse of nothingness, the story’s open seas carry constant surprises, with no two moments ever being the same. There is some sailing jargon which the reader may have to look up, but it does not dominate the narrative at all, and in fact only served to make me more interested in the subject.

The book works on two levels - as a story and as an inspiration to change. If you’re at a crossroads in life, no doubt you will find yourself smiling as Petah suffers all the same thoughts, feelings and uncertainties. Parts of the story will resonate so closely with where you are now that you will feel as if this story found you at just the right time. It might even make you want to sail.

All in all, being able to tell a good story that actually means something is a rare talent, and this book actually reminded of some of Paulo Coelho’s work. My only gripes would be grammatical (a lot... of ellipses... for example) but none of it in any way detracts from the story, so 5 stars it is. A recommended read for anyone, no matter where they are in life.
— Robert Davies
If you are searching for the meaning of life, the Path of Three Hundred will inspire you. Greg Frucci’s writing style captivates and engages your heart and soul. Passionately he leads you through a personal journey filled with adventure,love,faith and hope. This story is compelling in nature as it deeply reveals what we can endure and overcome.
— Dawn Achilles