YES, it’s been a while. It’s also been a whirl.
A whirl-wide journey, that is.
Not long ago I returned from an extended stay in China, where I was “manipulated and coerced” to willingly practice one of my foremost passions, the art of Taijiquan, aka Tai Chi.
For the second-straight year, I dutifully acquiesced to torture of body and mind, and today I’m much better for having undergone this rigorous and vigorous training.
My previous understanding of peace of mind was at an elementary level compared to the present, and for what it’s worth – yes, I am still engaged in improving upon this key component of success – and so is anyone else who is honest about it.
As Dr. Maxwell Maltz eloquently wrote so many years ago, peace of mind is “the greatest port in the world.” It’s the highest goal. With peace of mind, you’ve got everything; without it, you have nothing. At the same time, you don’t get to stay at this port just because you arrived; you must continue to work on staying there.
Naturally, this enhanced level of harmony allows me to expand on what I’ve previously taught with far greater clarity and precision. It also makes room for other products and courses that I’ve wanted to make available for many years.
Well, I’m ready now.
Here’s an example: This coming February 2-4, I’ll be conducting a seminar with the legendary Ted Nicholas, my earliest and primary mentor, aka the 7-Billion Doll-ar Man, in the field of self-publishing.
Ted and I have become good friends over the years, and this past Spring, we got together numerous times to discuss some of the “Unrevealed Secrets” in the journey toward financial, psychological and emotional freedom, as well as how to remain youthful, vibrant and truly alive as you supposedly “age.”
From our perspective, we don’t “age” – we “youth.”
From our creatively alive imaginations, we believe in getting younger with each passing year – not older.
That’s why we’ve put together the Undiscovered Secrets Seminar wherein we will teach you how to market a successful business while making yourself younger by utilizing the greatest tools ever invented: the PEN and the SPOKEN WORD.
As the saying goes, “The pen is mightier than the sword.” The same is also true of the spoken word that was committed to paper first.
Yes, you can win a physical battle with a sword.
But armed with a pen, you will win the most important battle you ever face.
You will win the battle over yourself.
The pen and the spoken word are mightier than swords as well as any other weapon.
I’ll be back tomorrow with more, but mark my words, the forthcoming seminar on The Undiscovered Secrets will be the most sensational, unique and transformational event you will ever attend.
P.S. Here’s an intriguing bit of know-how. When you use a PEN to write in the most advantageous manner, you trigger the brain to grow in a way that cannot be duplicated with other types of writing. In fact, the mere act of writing the way we’ll be teaching you causes something called “steroidogenesis” – or the creation of natural steroids in the body. Isn’t that something? I’m eager to tell you more. Tune in.