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Franklin TN Memory Training Workshop December 6 and 7
by On November 23, 2010

Jason MalhamThis is Jason Malham with a reminder that the Franklin, TN Memory Training Workshop is December 6 and 7, 2010.  My good friend Tom Weber will be your instructor. View our national Memory Training Workshop Schedule for additional locations and dates.

If you have not yet reserved your seat, enroll today (888-233-0407), space is limited. This workshop has received rave reviews from tens of thousands of people across the country and I know you will feel the same after you experience it.

We have a lot of information to cover in two days, so come to the workshop with a positive attitude and be ready to learn. A workbook and pens are provided, so just bring your thinking caps.

Is this Workshop for You?

Want to learn how to remember names? Give presentations without notes? Instantly recall important information about your clients or materials for exams?

If you answered yes to any of these questions – This workshop is for you!

After attending the Memory Training Workshop, you are guaranteed to:

– Experience a 300% increase in your ability to recall information.
– Remember a list of 50 unrelated items forwards, backwards and in and out of order.
– Develop the ability to deliver presentations without notes.
– Be able to meet 20 new people and remember all of their names within an hour.

During this workshop, Tom will teach you how to increase your memory skills a minimum of 300% as you learn memory techniques to remember names, lists, numbers, presentations, key client information, foreign languages, vocabulary, equations, school work, information from books and meetings and much more.

It is an amazing experience!  Your jaw will literally drop at how smart you are!

Additional Workshop Details:

Dates:
December 6 and 7
Monday and Tuesday
You attend BOTH DAYS

Times:
1:00 – 5:00 pm (both days)

Location:
Hilton Garden Inn
9150 Carothers Parkway
Franklin, TN 37067
615-656-2700
Directions

To sign up for this workshop, call our customer care department at 888-233-0407 or enroll online.

Be Free!

Jason Malham
Speaker in the Franklin, TN Area

Atlanta GA Memory Training Workshop December 1 and 2
by On November 17, 2010

Ever forget someone’s name seconds after meeting them?  Wish you could give presentations without notes?  Would your life be easier if you could instantly recall important information about your clients or materials for exams?

If you can relate, the Memory Training Workshop is for you!

On December 1 and 2, my colleague and good friend Alan Mong, will be instructing the Memory Training Workshop in Atlanta, GA at the Crowne Plaza Atlanta Perimeter NW Hotel.
(View our National Workshop Schedule for other dates and locations)

If you have not yet reserved your seat, please enroll today – space is limited.

Time – for Both Days (December 1 and 2): 1:00 – 5:00 pm

Location:
Crowne Plaza Atlanta Perimeter NW
6345 Powers Ferry Road
Atlanta, GA 30339
770-955-1700
Directions

More Information on the Memory Training Workshop:

Want to learn how to remember names? Give presentations without notes? Instantly recall important information about your clients or materials for exams?

If you answered yes to any of these questions – This workshop is for you!

After attending the memory training workshops, you are guaranteed to:

– Experience a 300% increase in your ability to recall information.
– Remember a list of 50 unrelated items forwards, backwards and in and out of order.
– Develop the ability to deliver presentations without notes.
– Be able to meet 20 new people and remember all of their names within an hour.

During this 8-hour workshop, we will teach you how to increase your memory skills a minimum of 300% as you learn memory techniques to remember names, lists, numbers, presentations, key client information, foreign languages, vocabulary, equations, school work, information from books and meetings and much more.

There are a few seats in the workshop still available, you can enroll in the Memory Training Workshop on our website or by phone 888-233-0407.

Look forwards to seeing you at the workshop!

Be Free!

Wynne Rollins
Speaker in the Atlanta, GA area

Johns Hopkins Health Alert on Memory Loss
by On November 16, 2010

We have been warned for many decades not to smoke. Now the World Health Organization says that tobacco is the leading preventable cause of death in the world, surpassing heart disease for the first time. Five million people die of causes linked to tobacco use annually.

Medical research is providing additional warnings to smokers. A study in the publication Neurology reported that older adults who smoke face an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease. In addition, worse mental health was also more likely in persons who smoke than in non-smokers.

Most people know that smoking cigarettes can cause lung cancer. However, smoking is also a risk factor for Alzheimer’s disease — especially if you have the ApoE4 (apolipoprotein E4) gene. According to recent research presented at the International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease in Chicago, heavy smokers (and heavy drinkers) develop Alzheimer’s disease years earlier than people with Alzheimer’s who do not drink or smoke heavily.

Approximately 15% of the population carries the ApoE4 gene, which causes their bodies to produce a certain lipoprotein — a combination of fat and protein that transports lipids (fats) in the blood. People who inherit the E4 gene from one parent are three times more likely than average to develop Alzheimer’s; those who get the gene from both parents have a tenfold risk of developing the disease.

On top of this bad news comes some more: Smoking in midlife might increase the chance of Alzheimer’s in later life among those who already carry this increased genetic risk. A population-based Finnish study with more than 20 years of follow-up concluded that carriers of the ApoE4 gene who smoked in midlife were seven times more likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease than were carriers who didn’t smoke.

According to Minna Rusanen, M.D., of the Kuopio (Finland) University Hospital, alcohol consumption seemed to exacerbate the smoking-associated risk. Those who drank frequently and smoked at midlife were more than 11 times as likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease as were ApoE4 carriers who never smoked or drank heavily. Dr. Rusanen believes that the risk of developing Alzheimer’s may be lowered by adopting an overall healthy lifestyle early in life. Of course, for those who already smoke, smoking cessation should be a top priority, and one that could help to prevent, or at least delay, the onset of Alzheimer’s.

Source: http://www.johnshopkinshealthalerts.com

Radical Mental Shift
by On November 11, 2010

I have long been fascinated by how my mental preparation has preceded specific results.

If I visualize an event going smoothly, it always goes better than if I go into it to “dominate” or “kick-butt.”

If you’ve ever noticed that your mental approach to a situation affects your results, you–like me–may find the following video enlightening.

The video is an Englishman who swam at the North Pole in 29-degree water (below freezing) for 1 km and at a newly formed lake (from a melted glacier) on Mt. Everest at 17,388 feet (5300 m), which is higher than any continental U.S. peak.

Part of his talk is on climate change, but the majority of his talk is on the important lesson that he shares on the radical mental shift that he had to make to complete his mission.

On first attempt, he nearly drowned swimming at the altitude. In order to complete his swim, he had to learn from his Sherpas how to change his entire approach to swimming across this lake: He had to switch from aggressive and “hyped” up to “humble” and accepting. Watch this and then continue reading (it is only 9 minutes long).

The idea of ”what mindset do I need to be in for this task” is a fascinating one. I think it is something that we can constantly monitor as we have so many different tasks to accomplish each day.

It is also a great reminder that a “Mind made up is the most powerful force on the planet.” Truly profound. My question to you is this:

What have you made up your mind about?

Be Free!

Tom Weber
Instructor

Freedom Fest Sold Out in Chicago IL
by On November 10, 2010

Freedom Personal DevelopmentFreedom Fest 201 in Chicago, IL is officially sold out!

We are busy getting dates and hotels set up for two more Freedom Fests planned for the beginning of next year.

If you would like to be the first to know about the next Freedom Fest, call 888-233-0407 and we will add you to the wait list.

Be Free!

Contest Winners Announced – What is Success?
by On November 2, 2010

Roger SeipIt was clear from the variety of entries in the What is Success Contest that the word “success” means many things to many people.  After reading the comments, it was clear that everyone that entered put a lot of thought behind what they wrote. To all that entered, I wish YOU success in all that you do.  But I had to pick 3 winners, so here they are……drum roll please!

First Place and winner of an Expect Success Book (filled with positive quotes) is Debbie (#24):

“Success to me is putting my two feet on the floor each day and being happy in my own skin.”

Being comfortable in my own skin- so simple, so true, I love it!  Thanks Debbie!

Second Place and winner of a Freedom Personal Development Water Bottle is Tom Owings (#10):

“The older I get (66) the more I’m convinced that the standard of success is set by you, not others; more than anything else, it’s doing what you want to do with your life. I think you have to feel good about what you do each day and that in some way you contributed to a better world. For myself, it’s really enjoying the work that I do. I can’t imagine getting up and going to a “job” that I hated. I had a job one time that I hated and I decided I had three choices: 1) I could quit (but I needed an income); 2) I could go find another job (but none were open in my area); or 3) I could make the job what I wanted it to be. I chose number 3. But what I changed was not so much the job as it was the attitude I had toward the job. In other words, making the job something I wanted it to be was up to me, not others. So no matter whether your “job” is a housewife or a CEO, success should be defined by you and your attitude toward what you do.”

Great answer Tom!  I totally agree that success must be your own.

Third Place and winner of a Book Light is Kevin McDermott (#14):

“Success is the self satisfaction and peace of mind attained in knowing that you made the best effort that you are capable of in regards to accomplishing the task or job at hand.”

Earl Nightingale said that success is the progressive realization of a worthy goal, and Kevin’s response says that too. Nice work Kevin!

All of the winners will also receive a Happy Highlighter and Be Free Sticker.

Thanks everyone and we will see you at Freedom Fest!

Be Free!

Roger Seip
Instructor