2007-11-05 9:50 PM

Upcoming Learning Events

Two events are coming up in less than two weeks. The first is life changing, the second vital to a modern lifestyle.

First up:
Marshall Thurber‘s Flight to Genius
November 16-17, 2007
In Thurber’s own words:
“Mark Victor Hansen and I have conducted extensive research to find the common threads of some of the world’s greatest minds: Albert Einstein, R. Buckminster ‘Bucky’ Fuller, W. Edwards Deming, Victor Frankl, Hernando de Soto, Antal Fekete. Amazingly, each used essentially the same process.”

They promise to share this common process in a unique and engaging manner. With their liberal money back guarantee the only risk is that you’ll be forever changed and no longer satisfied with your current life. Those in the L.A. area have no excuse for not jumping on this opportunity!

At the very least you’ll want to check out the site, pick up your copy of the bonuses, and listen to past training calls. If you’re quick you can join Mark, Marshall, and myself live on Wednesday night (Nov 7) by calling in at 8:00pm Eastern.
Phone Number: 507-726-3476
Access Code: 99033#

Next up:
For those who are not ready to travel we have another learning opportunity available from home.

Wayne Buckhanan‘s Speed Reading Primer Multimedia Course
Nov 15-30, 2007
This is your chance to get individualized instruction on the basics of speed reading at a ridiculously low cost. If you’ve wanted to increase the amount of time you have available to do things other than read (or to read more!) please join us as we break through the most common barriers to reading speed, and tune your mindset for a more relaxed, resourceful reading state.

I am looking for a few interested individuals that are willing to share their reactions. The cost will be $25-50 when released on DVD but you may be able to get in on the “beta” group for sharing your thoughts (and $10). Part of being a beta tester is providing feedback. If you aren’t willing to provide constructive feedback please wait until the DVD is released. Otherwise, head on over and get signed up now. Oh, and did I mention this, also, has a comprehensive guarantee?

Wrapping up:
To continue the “mu” teasers, today’s questions are in the form of classic koans. I’m sure you’ve heard them before. This time spend a few moments thinking about what mindset is needed to ask such questions rather than spinning answers to the questions themselves.

What is the sound of one hand clapping?
If a tree falls in the forest and there is no-one to hear it does it still make noise?

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