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Next Mind Athlete™ Session: October 16, 2012

September 18th, 2012 Kevin No comments

What is this post about?

This post announces the next Mind Athlete™ Program session. It will take place on October 16, 2012 and introduces you to ways to help train your brain to work better. Mind Athletes learn to listen deeply to their brains.

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Why should I attend the session?

You will learn tactics that improve how your brain works. With a better working brain, you will get better results at work and home, and get them with less hassle or heartache.

What specific benefits will I get?

* Reduced fear responses by learning how to move energy from the fear network to the reframe and reconsider networks in the brain

* Get along with coworkers better because you will understand the root cause of why they say things they don’t mean, do things they’ll regret, and blame others for their actions

* Reduce anger with the lift of an eyebrow; get better sleep with simple math equations; reduce tension with imaginary dance steps; increase trust by using the brain networks that allow for rapport and trust

* Get a handle on complusions and urges and reduce them by communicating with your nonconscious brain to reduce their default occurrences over time and with practice

* Achieve results like obtaining a better career, increasing a loving relationship, and thinning a waste line by leveraging your memories of the future (the brain treats imagination similar to reality)

* Make the right decisions by learning how to verify your instincts and improve your rational thinking processes

In short, achieve better results in life by learning to use solution-focused approaches to leverage opportunities and solve thorny problems. Keep your stresses in perspective by using failure as a feedback tool instead of a defeat signal. Help your brain key in on results rather than consequences.

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How long is the program?

The next session starts Tuesday, October 16 and meets October 23, October 30, and November 6 as well. In the end you create a plan that makes your brain work better.

What time do you meet?

We begin at 6 pm and end by 8 pm. The total time: eight hours over a one month period.


Bee Cave Road, between Mopac and 360 in Austin, Texas. Sorry, no live streaming yet.

Do you have any testimonials?

Yes. Here is a flier that offers some for you:       Mind Athlete 10-16-12 Flier

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What are people saying about the program?

They find brain exercises calm them, allow for more focus and more clarity, and they say that brain training increases their capacity to get things done. They like knowing more about how their brains work and they begin to understand that they can control how their brains use energy to get what they want out of life. They enjoy the relationships they form with their fellow athletes. Many choose to continue more advanced brain training sessions after this introduction. They learn that brain training is fun, challenging, and exciting. And it can absolutely be life changing as well.

Where can I sign up?

Hurry: early bird pricing won’t last! Contact the program director to secure your seat:

Tell him Kevin Leahy sent you!


Kevin Leahy

Knowledge Advocate, LLC

Austin, Texas

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