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Self-Developmentitus – Losing Your Effectiveness?

SELF-DEVELOPMENTITUS IS AFFECTING YOUR LIFE And not in a good way!  You may suffer an actual loss of effectiveness (Developmentitus) as a result of pursuing an inner “better me”. Mental Photography (ZOXing) by Richard Welch, Father of Mental Photography will use the learning we performed instinctively as children to overcome every type of life obstacle. The Adage Goes “Actions Speak ...
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The Missing Link to the Secret Law of Attraction

The Secret Law of Attraction There is a secret within The Secret Law of Attraction – it works better if you’ve already tried several other techniques beforehand. But since most people have not done so, absorbing The Secret Law of Attraction  is much more difficult. But you can fill the missing gaps and absorb the power of the Secret Law of Attraction ...
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Mental Photography for Students: Get Smart and Pass Exams

Mental Photography for Students If you are a student of any age, Mental Photography for Students allows you to benefit through an increase in brain power. This effective tool increases your brain power and allows you to focus on your goal of learning. Your Success Has NOTHING to do With How Long You Study Students are told that good grades ...
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Brain Facts #12 – It is Impolite to Yawn. But you Need to have Oxygen in your Brain

Don’t feel guilty about yawning your way through those endless afternoon meetings. Explain to your boss that yawning expands the pharynx and the larynx, thereby increasing oxygen intake which is vital to the proper functioning of your brain – and to remaining alert ...
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Brain Facts #11 – Games People Play can lead to better Brain Skills

Your teenager is onto something: videogames are believed to increase the ability to multitask. Although, there may still be need for moderation. Violent video games have also been linked to subversive behaviour ...
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10 Crazy Facts about Christopher Columbus – Happy Columbus Day

Columbus Day – A Day of Discovery ...plus a Free Brain Management Lesson Have you ever thought, “I wish I had all the information...” before solving a problem? We take information for granted, and it can undermine our results when we do. Here is an example of just how facts can change the way you think about things, or change ...
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Do You Know Too Much Knowledge can be Dangerous ?

Do You Know Too Much? Knowledge can be Dangerous. Is it possible to have too much knowledge? If you were to study at even the crazy speed read that Mental Photography / ZOXing gives you, you could spend every hour of every day absorbing information on any given topic, but you would still only be scratching the surface of all ...
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Brain Facts #10 – NEWS: ‘Fear of Flying’ Phobia Update

Fear of Flying (Sorry, We were taking a picture of an airplane, but it flew behind the Eiffel Tower.) FYI: Aviophobia or Aviatophobia - The fear of flying A phobia can be based upon rational and irrational fear. A classic case of a phobia that has intrinsic value for each side is the Fear of Flying. Logically, it is hard ...
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Mesmerized by the Headlights of Oncoming Traffic?

Mesmerized ... (We like the picture of the deer better than a black and white picture of 'ol Franz Mesmer.) In honor of Franz Anton Mesmer (1734-1815), a German Physician and an ICON of a bygone era. Mesmer theorized a natural energetic transference that occurred between all animated and inanimate objects that he called “Animal Magnetism.” Along with his theory, ...
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Money and Wealth Creation: Use Your Mind

Money and Wealth Many people are convinced – consciously or subconsciously – that accumulating great wealth is impossible. But this is simply not true. Your mind is the only impediment to your goals of wealth. But help is on the way. I am here to teach you how to focus your thoughts on visualizing your goals. A Poverty Mentality is ...
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Brain Facts #9 – Your Attention Please – Concentrate

Concentrate Attention to Detail Most adults have an attention span of about 20 minutes, but can concentrate longer on really interesting topics. Children’s attention spans usually approximate their ages – which means that your six-year-old can only focus on one thing for about six minutes. Therefore, anything you can do to increase your ability to concentrate will have a direct ...
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Brain Facts #8 – Your Brain gets Drawn and Quartered

Sections of your Cerebrum Brain The cerebrum of your brain is divided into the left and right hemisphere, and each hemisphere is further divided into four main sections: the frontal lobe (front), parietal (mid upper) lobe, temporal (mid lower) and occipital (rear) lobes ...
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Brain Facts #7 – Your Brain Never Sleeps

Restless Brain Even while you’re snoozing, your brain constantly transmits information through motor circuits that send information to your muscles and glands, while receiving information from sensory circuits located throughout your body. It is only when your brain ceases to send these signals that you really have something to worry about. Looking for a good night of sleep? Shannon's Sleep ...
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The Power of Your Vocabulary – Have Fun With It

Fun With Vocabulary Your Word for Today is “Nimble" Did you have a grade school teacher who insisted on teaching his or her students a “word of the day”? You were given the definition of the word, and then instructed to use it as much as possible during the day. While the word of the day is an effective means ...
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Connect the Dots with The Law of Attraction

The Secret Law of Attraction Decision Making and Clarity Does the proper use of The Secret Law of Attraction confuse you? In recent years there have been a number of organizations pop up that give you complex ways to solve simple problems. That seems a bit convoluted to how you would prefer to do things. Ask yourself this, why do ...
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The Photographic Memory – A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words ... The Photographic Memory ... ZOX Pro Training has been teaching people how to use their photographic memory since 1975. The parent organization, Educom, Inc., has  been teaching the Mental Photography techniques in Brain Management training since the beginning. We released ZOX Pro Training onto the Internet in 2008. People around the world ...
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Is Life Fair? Look at the World Naked, Laid Bare, and Nude

Life is fair! Have you always believed that life is inherently unfair, regardless of how much you wish that circumstances were otherwise? So why is life so unfair? One way to address the question is to visualize everyone in the world as “naked.” That includes you – me, EVERYONE! Reactions to this revealing turn of events would range from passion ...
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Brain Management: Life Lessons, Pain and Success

Life Lessons, Pain and Success The pursuit of happiness ... Learn from your experiences You have no doubt heard or read this phrase, and without a doubt, it is good advice. But you can learn from the lessons from others and avoid the pain that they suffered to obtain their first-hand wisdom. Pain: Life’s Great Teacher Whether your pain is ...
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When Disaster Strikes: Who Do You Call? — Brain Management!

Brain Management Manage your Brain for Results Disasters come in all shapes and sizes. It can be a natural disaster such as an earthquake, tidal wave, tornado or flash flood. It can be a personal tragedy like the loss of a job or a loved one or even something that appears trivial, such as dropping that first cup of coffee ...
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Brain Fact #6: Many Ancient Philosophers got it Wrong. It’s All in Your Head

It is all in your head OLD NEWS Ancient Philosophers get it Wrong Until the 17th century, it was commonly believed that the heart was the source of human consciousness. A philosopher named Thomas Willis was among the first to recognize the immense powers that the brain possesses. Finally, you can take advantage of this new-found knowledge, and use it ...
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Limited TIME – eBook No. 2, NO Strings Attached, on Amazon Kindle

I Am Giving Away My Ebook! ... For 5 Days ONLY! (May 7 - May 11, 2014) LOOK for my other books, including: "Chrysalis Transformation Under the Jackfruit Tree" I am offering you the opportunity to get the SECOND volume in the “Under the Jackfruit Tree” series, “Revealing Truth Under the Jackfruit Tree” for free! You will find ALL the ...
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Brain Fact #5: Taken for granted: Breathing, Heart rate, and more

Don't give it a second thought... Have you ever thought, “Why do I NOT need to think about breathing - it just happens?” Basic life functions such as breathing, blood flow and heartbeat are controlled by the brain stem, located at the brain’s base; also known as the Pons (the Medulla) with the lower part being the Medulla Oblongata. The ...
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Brain Fact #4: Underweight People Risk Brain Shutdown

Are you Starving Your Brain? Did you know... In the average human, the brain consumes about 17% of the body’s total energy but accounts for only 3% of bodyweight. Dietitians suggest you should not go below 1400 calories per day, as this is the minimum amount necessary to meet your daily nutritional requirements. (I am keeping this simple, recognizing there ...
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Brain Facts #3: Humans require less Body Hair due to the Brain

Your Brain is Hot Through human evolution, humans lost their body hair to compensate for the excess heat produced by the brain. Researchers looking for the reason humans have much less body hair than other mammals have discovered the human brain produces a lot of heat. So the human body could dissipate that heat, fur was replaced by less hair, ...
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Brain Facts #2 – A Good Night’s Sleep

Your Brain Takes Naps Did you know... Sleep is essential for your brain. Sleep deprivation can lead to “microsleep,” when the brain “shuts off” for a few seconds at a time. An impaired person might lose track of a conversation or task. It is very dangerous if you microsleep while dirving your car. For a good night of sleep: Shannon's ...
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