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Everything Mind. Body & Spirit

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Sandee Sgarlata

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Join me and Dr. Clint Pearman as we discuss his Mental Toughness Programs. Break though the barriers to new levels of motivation, performance and success by developing your group's collective Mental Toughness. In this session, you will learn how your brain is involved in everything you do and how you can control and direct it to achieve higher levels of performance than you ever dreamed possible. Topics covered include: • The scientific proof that you were born to succeed and win. • Neuroscience discoveries that guarantees your success. • The Mental Toughness Paradigm • The three components to Optimum Human Performance • The 8 Step Process to Mental Toughness • Learn how to instantly motivate yourself. • Learn to put your daily actions on autopilot. • Learn to switch on your unconscious GPS. • Learn to develop sufficient belief to achieve goals. • Learn to focus on a single goal until complete. • Learn how to bounce back from setbacks. With a combination of 31 years in the Marines, more than 10 years of studying how ordinary people accomplish extraordinary things and conducting more than 1000 coaching and success training sessions, Clint has become Americas #1 Mental Toughness Expert. Today Dr. Clint is the founder of Copenology the new brain science of success, the host of Success Talk Radio, found on the blog talk radio network at www.SuccessTalkRadio.biz. And he writes, coaches and speaks to groups and organizations large and small about Copenology how to harness the power of the mind and brain to achieve extraordinary results. His latest book, "The Gift: Twelve Ingredients to Improve Your Life," is available now. His upcoming book "Copenology -- The New Science of Success" will be released in 2010.

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