Jingle coins, not bells

Jingle coins, not bells

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I’m not a Grinch. Christmas is neat and all. I like the warm weather, (greetings from the southern hemisphere,) the food, the downtime, the chance to hang out with friends and family…

Still, there’s a lot we could strip back from the holiday without me caring.

Trees, presents, music…

When I was younger, these things helped make it Christmas. Now they just feel like distractions.

That’s not too Grinchy, right?

Well, let’s up the ante.

I’ll spend the holiday as I described above. I’ll also use it to make more money in 2019. How, you ask? By training my mind while I relax and spend time with people I love.

Yes, you can do both.

In fact, it’s easier than you think.

Every moment is a chance to practice patience, social skills, perception, creativity or a hundred other valuable skills. Yes, even while celebrating and relaxing. That’s a great way to learn skills like these.

And that’s one of the ways I teach them.

It takes discipline to apply training when it’s this natural. You can feel like, because it’s not a struggle, nothing is happening. Then you stick with it and something comes out of your mouth that surprises you.

I’ve been there a hundred times over, thanks to my own amazing teachers. Learn enough stuff like this and it becomes easy to teach it.

Especially when you know the mind inside out.

Am I bragging? Maybe, maybe not. Who else offers you training like this, on everything from attention to vitality?

You could go back to doing things the old way if you want – learning through time, text and turmoil.

Or you could learn with your mind, not against it.

That’s (one of the reasons) why I call it mind training.

And you can get your hands on it here, plus a few extra bonuses:

* A library of 49 (so far) hypnotic guided meditations,

* The secrets to a perfect night’s rest,

* How leaders in all fields use meditation – and how to get the same results without having to learn it,

And a few other surprises, all waiting for you here:

/awakened-thought/


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