Saturday, July 21st at the Embassy Suites in Santa Clara
Includes this Seminar Online and a copy of Making Your Mind Magnificent and its Audio Version
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 Fee ~ $145
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If you want to make a change in your life, you must first start with your mind. Once you understand how your mind works you will learn how to correctly set goals that will motivate your mind to help you achieve them. Learn how to get your mind to work for you, instead of against you. Please consider investing in one day that will change the rest of your life.
Here’s What to Expect from this Unique and Powerful Program
Steve will lead you on an exploratory journey that brings you face to face with your own brain–perhaps for the first time. You’ll gain startling new insights that will help you clearly see what’s blocking you.
Best of all, you’ll learn how to use your new-found knowledge of the brain to create an astonishing leap into the life you want. It’s not magic, but re-framing how to use the brain you already have can produce magical results in your life! Steve will teach you to make simple changes in how you frame your thoughts. Because of the nature of these brain strategies, the results can be life-changing!
What You’ll Gain from Attending the Full-Day Interactive Workshop
CERTAINTY about the role your brain plays in your success–or the lack of it.
NEW INSIGHT into what has stopped you so far and how to fix it.
Powerful but EASY-TO-USE TOOLS anyone can apply now to make a clear change in direction.
A new opportunity to make choices about THE LIFE YOU WANT–with greater clarity and ease
Reviews for the Brain Whisperer
“In all my years as a practicing psychologist I have attended many seminars on the brain and behavior… but none quite like yours. Your style of presentation is so intellectually and emotionally palpable it’s actually scintillating… Everything comes alive!” –Kelley Shawn Dolan, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist
“I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed Steve’s book. The only problem was that I did not want to do the work at the end of each chapter because I wanted to read on. –Karen Gomez, Librarian