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In this episode, Chuck Anderson delves into brain-based techniques for business success with expert Jerry Teplitz. Jerry shares his insights on brain gyms, the Hookups technique, and the immediate impact of thoughts on the body and performance. They also discuss success stories and the neuroscience behind positive affirmations.

Guest Bio:

Jerry Teplitz is a former attorney who transitioned to holistic health sciences, specializing in brain performance. He has conducted groundbreaking studies and is the author of bestsellers on Amazon. Jerry has also developed programs for entrepreneurial success.

Key Points:

– Transition from Law to Brain Performance (00:54)

– The Power of Brain Gyms and Hookups Technique (04:23)

– Successful Sales and Business Transformations (12:15)

– Impact of Thoughts on Body and Performance (21:09)

– The Neuroscience Behind Positive Affirmations (29:45)

Must-Read Book Recommendation:

“Switched On: Balance Your Brain for Success” by Jerry Teplitz and Dr. Tony Alessandra

Guest’s Website:

For more information about Jerry Teplitz and his programs, visit …

www.SwitchdOnInternetMarketing.com

www.SwitchedOnStartUpEntrepreneur.com

www.Teplitz.com

Switched-On Selling course

https://teplitz.com/SOSDVD.html

Books

https://teplitz.com/Catalog.html#books

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Chuck Anderson,

Affiliate Management Expert + Investor + Mentor

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Transcript
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Hello, everybody, and welcome back to the show. This is the Creative

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collaboration show with Chuck Anderson, and this is the show

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for Entrepreneurs and business owners who are on a

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track to, not only develop and grow their

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business, but, along the way, you have to,

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develop and grow yourself. And there are times

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where, in our businesses where we will Sit

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and spin and and and wonder why things are

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not happening the way they we want them to happen and why we're

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not growing The way we want the business to be growing.

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And, we've said it before, we'll say it again on this Show, the

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best way To grow your business is to grow yourself.

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And along that lines, I have an amazing guest

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here with me today, who is an expert in,

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not in in helping entrepreneurs with what is up

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here, in order to grow their businesses, get the results that

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they want. So, Jerry Teplitz is our guest today. Jerry,

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welcome to the show. Thank you, Chuck. I'm delighted to be here.

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And I know we've been looking forward to this for a a couple of months

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now, and And, the timing is right. This is a this

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is a a a good time to be here. Well, Jerry, that I I gave

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a very light introduction, and that gives the Audience, absolutely

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no idea who you are and your background and

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and and how it came to be doing this work. So Maybe give the

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people a a little bit of, an intro into

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you you and and the work that you do. No. I'm not gonna tell

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you. There we go. Podcast is over. Thanks for coming,

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everybody. See you all. No. So,

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background wise, I grew up in Brooklyn, New York. I went to Hunter

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College, and then I went to law school at Northwestern in Chicago.

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I'm a licensed attorney in Illinois, and I practiced for a while for

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the Environmental Protection Agency. Then

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I did a total career direction change

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and wound up, Quitting the law and getting a master's

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and doctorate in holistic health sciences. I

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started doing professional speaking In

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1974, I created a

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program that I called How to Relax and Enjoy Being a

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Student and Passing Your Exams and started marketing

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myself to colleges with and universities around the

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country. I ended up speaking to over 400 colleges

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universities with that program. And, I

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really kind of stepped out in some Specs

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because I was an unknown when a college campus would book me.

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And how do you attract an audience? We had PR that

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would, They'd be able to put up around the campus. This was

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pre Internet days, of course, so you don't have that kind of promotion. And

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so we created a relaxation guarantee. If you came to the

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program and deep didn't leave feeling more relaxed,

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I would pay you $4 for having come to the program. Even though it

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was free to the students, I'd pay them $4 for having

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come. 120,000 people later, only

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4 people had come up to ask for the money. And so what we

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had and knew that that this is, an experience I was

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giving people that really worked. And so I saw that giving

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an audience experiences can really be extremely

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powerful. Then I started moving into the

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business arena with this work and then

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expanded it out because I ran across something called brain

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gyms. What brain gyms, Chuck, are very simple

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body movements originally developed for children and adults

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with learning disabilities. We can take d and f graded

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students and give them the capability becoming a level students in a

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semester just by using movement.

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And I got certified very quickly in this work, and

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what I saw is people were using it in the education

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arena. The guy who developed it, doctor Paul Dennison, he had

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a PhD in education. And so teachers were using

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it, counselors, Administrators,

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parents, but nobody was doing anything in the business arena. So I

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went to, doctor Dennis and his wife, Gail and I said, can I create a

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course for salespeople? And they said sure. So I created a

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one day seminar called switched on selling that did not teach a

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single of selling the entire day. It's just a brain

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reeducation program, and that's where you're talking

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about the up here. That's where it went, but

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it got there through the use of movement

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Mhmm. To create brain Function changes

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very, very quickly. And, we actually did a study.

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If you want, I can talk about it, validating

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this work if if, you'd like me to move into that aspect.

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Yeah. That sounds great. Let's let's hear it. I'm all for data and,

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studies that prove a certain thing is Creative, and I'm

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very evidence based with my work. So I would love to hear more about that.

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Well, I and I realized very, quickly that if I

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went into a VP of sales and I said to them,

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hi. I'd like to come in and do this Seminar. It's

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called Switched on Selling, and we're not gonna teach a

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single technique of selling the entire day. It is a brain

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Reeducation program using very simple body movement exercises

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called brain gyms. After he threw me

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out the door or she throw would throw me out the door, I

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realized I needed to get proof that this

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worked. And so what I did is a research

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study with 695 salespeople.

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We gave them a pre seminar questionnaire when they walked in first in the morning.

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End of the day, we gave it to them again, but then I collected

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the forms back from them. I got them back to them a month later because

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I wanted to get over seminar a placebo effect because you're

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not here to go to a seminar, you get really excited,

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and 3 days later, you're back doing what you did before, Show it didn't

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stick. So I wanted to see if this really worked because I was

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not gonna continue doing it if it was just kind of

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a placebo effect Alright, folks. I wanted something that we're gonna

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be changing then. So, with this

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study, let me give you an example of one of the statements we asked,

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when they walked in first thing in the morning filling out the form, I am

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comfortable asking for the order and closing the sale.

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Pretty important part of the process, Chuck. Agreed? Very

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important. You have to ask. So how many people would you

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say responded negatively to that.

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Well, I'll just base it on the work that I've done. Most people are

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very uncomfortable. The they might force themselves to do it,

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but but Most people are uncomfortable asking for the order.

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52% responded negatively

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to that statement. Well, over half. End of

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the seminar day again. Remember, we're not teaching techniques of

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selling. It's just brain reeducation using movement.

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Only 8% were still negative.

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Now you would normally expect The

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numbers to start going up again

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instead at the month later, and we didn't get all the forms back.

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Compare the ones we got back with the ones that we didn't, and they were

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comparable. So it wasn't that we had this unique group of folks who

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responded versus those who did not. And

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this is the interesting part. Only

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6% were still on the negative side.

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From 52 down to 51 down to

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6%. Now what's even more dramatic is

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what happened with Strongly agree, which is one of the choices

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that they can make. I strongly agree. Beginning of the day,

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16% said, selected that, and those would

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be your kind of top top salespeople probably saying, man.

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End of the seminar day, it moved up to 35%,

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saying strongly agree. A month later, it

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moved up to 50% With the other

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43% in agree, we now had

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93% on the positive side, And we

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didn't teach a single technique of selling

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the entire day. And I have now done

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50 studies with Clients on this, and all the graphs

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look the same. As a matter of fact, there was a,

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pest control company in Virginia Beach, Virginia called Aactive Termite and

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pest control. President's name is Kevin Kordick.

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He heard me do my regular seminar on increasing

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your brain's performance for greater leadership success

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while managing the stress of change. For a group he belonged to called

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Entrepreneur's Organization, He decides to put half his

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Salesforce through the class. Now this is during the great

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recession. And so, Pest

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control companies were and most everybody was having lots of

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difficulty going out of business barely holding early.

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So he's very heavily tracking statistics, and so he

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puts half his Salesforce in the class. And I told him, put

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you mediocre level folks in the class, not

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your top people. And so he

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did, and He's heavily into tracking statistics, and one of the

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things he observed was 6 of the 8 people immediately jumped

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above his top tier people. Actually created a newer and

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higher top tier. I was doing the class again in October

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that year, and he puts everybody else through it. And a year

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later, I asked him, Kevin, what happened over the course of the year? This is

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when we started to move into the slow recovery, and what he

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says is he doubled his profits.

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On tube's high end product lines, he became the number

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1 distributor in the country, and this was a small

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operation compared to, You know, what's out there?

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And he said 1 of his guys jumped up

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over 300%. Now

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2 of the 6 that jumped above his top tier thought this

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seminar was actually that Chuck. They used other words.

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I'm sure. But Kevin brings them into his

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office 4 months after the seminar, and he says, okay. Here's your stats before the

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one day. Here's your stats. After you took the one day seminar and where they've

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been ever since, what changed to create that? And even these

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2 skeptics said it was the one day seminar. It's

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not a belief program. We

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actually just by having people go through the experience,

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it creates That level of change. There was

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a bank in, Nebraska.

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They brought me in, and they, put they had 2 kinds

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of salespeople. They had salespeople who had been through lots of training

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And salespeople who were pretty new and hadn't been through the treatment. I

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looked at the questionnaires at the end of the

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seminar, And the people were off in different places

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because ones who had training had other some issues, ones who didn't

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had other issues. And end of the seminar day, they're all

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on. A month later, it looks the same. They're all on.

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That bank in their association they belong to became bank

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of the year, that year. And the president actually shot a video where he

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said we made bank of the year because of this one day seminar.

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Wow. Amazing. And, you know, one of

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the things that, I heard you

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say is that it's, you know, it's it's it's

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not about beliefs. It's it's about the

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experience. And I just know in so much of the work that we've done

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with others that, you know, people are talking about limiting beliefs

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and their and and what you believe about a certain thing that you're

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doing and a and a certain result that you want to achieve and picturing

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the end result and all of that. And what I hear you say is that

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in your work, it's not really as much about the belief, but it's about

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the, you know, the the experiences that they are

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experiencing in the in the workshop. So I I just wanted to come back to

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that a little bit because, you hear it so much.

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It's a message that we hear so often, to

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challenge your beliefs and to change your beliefs and to and and a

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new result will appear. What what what would you add to that?

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So there was a study that was published about

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positive affirmations. You Show, you say this positive statement over and over

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again, and it'll change your, Attitude,

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about that belief. And they found, congratulations.

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It does work if you believe it. If you

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don't, it actually made the people who do positive

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affirmations feel worse.

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Anderson somebody who's struggling in by the way, we have

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other courses on switch. Management for managers. They get stuck

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on different places. We have one for start up entrepreneurs,

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it's an online course, and we have one for Internet marketers,

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it's also an online course. And so what happens

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is those places you get stuck in, if

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you try to batter Ram through it. Like, you're gonna

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do positive affirmations about, you know,

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I can I can ask for the order and close the sale? I can ask

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for the order and Close the sale. And if you don't have that belief system

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in there, you feel worse and worse, and guess what you do?

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You don't ask for the order and close the sale. So we're coming at it

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from a totally different direction of using these

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movement exercises to create these new neuron nets

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in the brain In minutes.

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That that's amazing to me because, well,

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You know, we talk to people all the time who,

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if they are struggling with sales,

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They the very first thing they would look at is,

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oh, maybe I need to create a new offer or Or this

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program doesn't sell well. This this this

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niche market, isn't, isn't a good one, and

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and there's always This pattern in the cycle

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of creating new programs and adjusting what we're

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doing and coming up with a new funnel or a new System

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of some sort, and it's all this stuff out here.

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And, I mean, what would you say to someone who's experienced because we have a

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lot of entrepreneurs, Internet entrepreneur, Internet marketers,

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salespeople who who are in our network, what would you

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say to them, who are maybe in that pattern? Or maybe they're

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Reassessing a program that they are they have created

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or a program that they are selling, and they're looking at their lack of sales

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going, You know what? I got I gotta switch. I gotta do something else. Because

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what I'm hearing you saying is it might not be the program.

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It might be something else that is

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preventing them to either ask for the order or be, you know, you

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know, be clear enough or bold enough With their ask

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Let me give you an example from the Switched on Internet marketing,

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online course. I had a woman who,

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had done a ton of Internet marketing training, spent

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1,000 of dollars, And she was basically

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ready to quit Internet marketing. And,

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so she went through the course As kind of this is the

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last ditch effort,

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she did a testimonial for me on it, and she

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said, Halfway through the class, all of a sudden,

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I realized I'm getting all these ideas I never had and

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things I need to do in ways I had never thought of doing it,

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and she wasn't even done with the class. And in

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effect, Show created a different way

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up here that then manifested

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out there in her being able to do things,

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differently. As a matter of fact, I don't know if

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if you want to do this, but I can actually take

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you and your viewers

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through A process that's

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part of the class that shows you how when you have an you know when

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you have a negative, stressful situation happen, Hal, it

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can ruin your day and make it difficult to,

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to refocus. You've had that. Right?

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Oh, absolutely. More than once. More than once. Yeah. Well,

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this is a 2 minute exercise using these brain gyms that will get

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rid of the charge Attached to that thought.

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So if you want, if you think it's appropriate, I can

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run you and The viewers through this right

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now. Let's try it. Okay. Let's try it.

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So, the first thing we have to do

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is have you actually experienced what happens in the

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physiology of your body when you think of a negative or a

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positive, thought? So,

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would you be able to stand up? And if you wanna adjust your camera a

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little bit, would that work for you? Might have to might have to adjust the

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camera here a little bit. Okay. Oh, that's

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gonna put me way, way, way out of the wall. Well, yeah, that's

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as high as it's gonna go. Okay. Yep. Okay. So

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for for the, viewers, you want to stand up if you can or

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sit to the front of your chair Show that your back is is not

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supported. And so in a moment, what you're gonna do, Chuck, is you'll close

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your eyes, and I want you to think of a really

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negative, Stressful business thought that you've

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had. You can do that. Correct? Yes. I can definitely

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do You can definitely do that. Great. And then I'm gonna ask

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you to observe with your you'll have your eyes closed to observe your physical

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posture. Show you're not opening your eyes and looking down. You're noticing

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internally, am I upright, am I slumped, am I going side to side? Whatever

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you observe is fine, including nothing. Then I'll ask

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you to observe your breathing. Is it shallow? Is it deep? Is it erratic?

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And whatever you observe is fine, including nothing. I'll ask you

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to observe if you have pain in your body and where it is, and some

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people do and some people don't on this. And then I'll ask you to observe

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what's going on in your mind. Is it calm? Is Churning is zipping all over

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the place. And, again, whatever you observe is fine. So we'll go

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through the whole process first, And then I'll ask you what you're,

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you are observing, and you're, in effect, standing in for

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all of your, your viewers In terms of,

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what you experienced, because they'll have they if they're

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participating now with us, they'll have Well, we hope that they are.

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So please stand up And participate along with us. Yeah. Or sit to

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the front of your chair if you're in a situation where you stand up. Okay.

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So now close your eyes, hands inside of the body, and now

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think of that negative stressful

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thought

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And really intensify that

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thought.

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And now without adjusting your body, just

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observe your physical posture.

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Observe your breathing.

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Observe any pain you feel in your body and where it is,

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and observe what's going on in your mind.

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Okay, Chuck. Open your eyes. Be seated for a moment, and we're

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gonna see what your responses were. Okay? So,

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Chuck, what did you notice Physical posture wise,

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if anything. Mhmm. I

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think the first thing I would notice was that my shoulders

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were kind of Curling forward and,

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and and maybe even slumped over a little bit. By the way, when I do

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a live program and I ask the audience this, The word that comes

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out the most is slumped. So it's exactly

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Oh, okay. What'd you notice about breathing It was

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very shallow and quick, very shallow quick breaths.

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Well, guess what? When I ask the live program, people say

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shallow. Now did you have pain anywhere? Some people do. Some

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people don't.

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Yeah. I don't recall. Nothing that

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nothing that stood out. Stood out. That's fine. Yeah. Yeah. Some people do. Some people

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don't. Yeah. And what about your mind? What was that doing?

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Yeah. It was, it just felt like someone was

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Squeezing my head. It was like there were and the thoughts were just

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so, quick, and, there was so many of

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them that it was overwhelming. And people will send 10 at

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1 all live program would tend to say churning. So Oh,

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yeah. Okay. Yeah. Churning's a good word. Okay.

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So that's a real response you

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physically had to a negative thought.

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Let's now go to have you think a very positive

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work situation that you've had. Okay? Show you're gonna stand up again

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and Okay. Viewers, if they'll join us and stand up,

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or, again, you can sit to the front of your chairs. So hands at the

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side of your body, and you've got your thought, Chuck, so close your

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eyes. And now think of the very positive

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situation.

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And without adjusting your body,

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observe your physical posture,

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Your breathing,

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Any pain you feel in your body and where it is,

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and what's going on in your mind?

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Okay. Open your eyes. Be seated, Chuck. Okay. Yours,

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you can all be seated. Okay, Chuck.

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So what did you observe physical posture?

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Yeah. Well so my shoulders were much fur farther back, And

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I felt like I was standing much more upright. And when I

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do a live program, people will say upright. What do

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you observe in terms terms of breathing?

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It was, it was slower breathing and much more relaxed.

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Okay. People will tend to sink deeper. Would that fall into

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the world? Yeah. That it was definitely deeper than the previous.

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Great. Now you didn't have any pain on the first one. Did you have

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any pain on this one? I did not. And I wouldn't expect that.

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Yes. Happiness is painful. Yes. Scott, you heard it here

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first, folks. And what about your mind?

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My mind, you know, it was well, first of all, relaxed

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and calm, and, I just felt I just felt happy. It

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was it there was like a like a feeling of happiness or

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joy. Right? And people will tend to say,

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calm I do when I do a program. So Yeah. You,

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in effect, have are 3 for 3, on both

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sides. There we go. Wow. Show viewers, even if you only had 1 or

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2, that's and you see a difference

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between those, You see how your thoughts have an

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immediate impact on you. So if you're at work and a disaster

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happened kinds of things, It's affecting you not

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only up here, but your whole body,

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and it affects your whole performance. Because how would you like to

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just Think about Chuck being in this position on that

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negative one all day long.

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That would be very draining. Yes. It would be difficult to do for more than

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a few hours, really. Yeah. And, look at how much you would not

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accomplish. Yeah. Exactly. I'd probably tune out by

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watching YouTube shorts or or Netflix.

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So now let's get rid of the charge using the brain

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chips. Okay? You ready for that? Sure. Oh, I see

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we're out of time. Oh, well, Next, I stay tuned

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for episode 2 of this, folks. Okay.

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So this first one is called Hookups, it doesn't relate

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to how the term is used now. It was, named many

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years ago, because you're hooking up both sides of the

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brain. So there's a part 1 and part 2. So

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you're gonna stay seated, but you wanna move a little bit away from your

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chair, and for the viewers, you join us This as well. So

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what I want you to do is you're gonna clasp your hands together,

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and you all would have 1 thumb on top.

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That whole side of your body, we're gonna call it the primary

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side of your body. So you're releasing your hands, Putting your

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hands straight out in front of you now. Turn the backs.

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You want might wanna push away from the, the chair a little bit if you

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have to. Okay. So you turn the backs of the

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hands towards each other. Take your

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primary side hand, whichever it is, Over the

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top of the other, you're gonna intertwine

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your fingers. If you're comfortable, take your

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hands Anderson into your chest. So under

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and into your chest. If you're not comfortable, just leave them,

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out. You're gonna take your primary side ankle

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and cross it in front of the other ankle. You're gonna put

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your tongue to the roof of your mouth, a quarter of an inch

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behind your front teeth just making contact. In

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a moment, you need to close your eyes. And what I want you to be

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doing is thinking of that negative stressful thought

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negatively, as much clarity as you can, intensity as

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you can negatively. Somewhere in holding this

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position, part 1, part 2, or what's called the positive points we'll do,

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after these, is the negative will fade away. Other thoughts will

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pop in. Your mind will wander off. It becomes hard to focus on the negative.

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When that happens, switch and view it positively and stay

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positive the rest of the process. So close your eyes. Tongue

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is up. We're gonna hold this for 30 seconds now, and

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keep breathing.

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K. Open your eyes. Release your hands, Chuck. Uncross your

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feet. Part 2 of hookups, Just

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take your fingertips and just put your fingertips

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together. You're gonna put your tongue to the roof of the mouth, quarter of an

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inch behind your front teeth. You're gonna keep breathing. We're gonna hold

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this for 30 seconds. If the negative's still there, continue to view it

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negatively. Mind wanders off. Other thoughts pop in. Hard view the

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negative switch and go positive and stay positive the rest of the process, we'll

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just hold this for 30 seconds also.

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Hey. Relax your hands. Open your eyes. And so the last piece we're

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gonna do is called positive points. To do positive points,

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Chuck, Take 3 fingers from each hand. Find the middle of your

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eyebrow. Go halfway up to the hairline

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Or depending on where it is, in some cases, wherever it used to be.

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And you have the curved part of it, notice my fingers are about

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an inch and a half or so apart. And you're in the right place, Chuck.

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So you're touching. It's not a pressure. It's

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just A light touch. And we're gonna hold the

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and just keep breathing. We're gonna hold this for 30 seconds. Again,

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negative's still there. Continue to be negatively. Mind wanders off. Thoughts

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pop in. Chuck and stay positive to the rest. Close your eyes. We'll

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hold this for 30 seconds.

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Okay. And you reach your hands and open your eyes.

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So now we're gonna do the ultimate test. You're gonna stand again, and

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for viewers to join us, either Stand in front of the chairs, and you're

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gonna think of that negative thought again. And we'll go through all 4

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areas again as and we'll see what's changed for you, if anything.

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Okay? So stand up, sir.

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K. K.

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And close your eyes And think of that same,

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negative thought that you started with,

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And observe your physical posture.

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Observe your breathing.

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Observe any pain you feel in your body and where it is,

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And observe what's going on in the mind.

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Hey. Open your eyes. Be seated, Chuck.

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Alright. Gotcha. What did you observe

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physical posture? I

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was still upright this time, and and so I I didn't

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like, the the first time I did it, I felt like it was kind of

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Slumping over and kinda my shoulders were cooling forward.

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Yeah. This time, they did not do that. They

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Yeah. When I was doing the positive thought, they were more backwards. This one

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wasn't quite the same, but it was not slumping forward the

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way it was the first time. How about your breathing?

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It was much more, relaxed and deeper than

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than the first time. Great. And you didn't have pain the other 2 times? I

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assume you didn't have pain now. Yeah. Very fortunately.

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I usually do have Back pain, but not today.

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Alright. Well, actually, people who have pain

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on the negative, It tends to be gone on the positive, and after we

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finish this, it tends to stay gone. So the question

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becomes, is pain in the mind or is pain in the body? Right. Actually,

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both places. And what did you observe about your

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mind? It was, It it

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was it was calmer. And so the 1st time

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I felt like it was just it was racing. It was,

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and just very overwhelmed, and this time, it just felt calmer.

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Yeah. So notice your answers.

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They're way closer to when you have the positive

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thought Mhmm. Than the negative. Would you agree?

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Absolutely. Because guess what we've done? We've taken the

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charge off of that thought. So it means

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you can now think about the situation, But it's not gonna have

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a negative impact on you. So like on the

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switched on internet marketing or switched on start up entrepreneur programs,

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We actually take people through every part of being an

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entrepreneur, being a, Internet marketer,

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and we find the places that they don't that

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they're off on, in effect. Like, they view as as negative.

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And then we have 18 brain gyms that we use. So these

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2 don't just get rid of everything. We have 18 brain gyms that we

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use depending on, which part of the process we're going

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through, And we're switching them on for every

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piece of the process. One of the

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books I did in this area was called Switched on

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and, balance your brain for Chuck success. And I

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had originally had, A gentleman

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who is an expert in sales, his name is,

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Bill Brooks, and he owned a multimillion dollar

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sales training And I talked to him about collaboration,

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and he agreed, that he would do the technique part,

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I would do the brain reeducation part, but he wanted to actually

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experience it and see if this was real. So he brought me down to do

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his, him and his company, And he then

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waited it's a one day seminar. He waited 4 months to write

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me a letter on this, and he said, I deliberately waited 4 months because I

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want to see what happened. And so he said, first thing I noticed, my

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selling abilities improved. Now this is a guy

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who is A sales guru is how everybody looks at

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him, and he said his abilities improve. He said one of his

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people, Within the month after the class, it

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sold 4 months of a year. It's quarter after at the end of 4 months,

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she had actually sold her full year's quarter. And with most sales

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training, you have to do repetition, he said. There's no repetition

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needed with this work. I disagreed with him just

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Slightly because I get to look at all the pre and post 1 month later

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forms, and I see, occasionally, you'll have somebody who slips out

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on 1 little thing there, 1 little thing there, And I instruct them

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how they would put themselves back in as well. So Bill was

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gonna do the book with me, but he passed away unexpectedly.

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Anderson doctor Tony Alessandra, who's also a

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sales guru, stepped in, and he did the

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Collaboration of it, the tech the technique of I

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still do the brain reeducation, and that book went to

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bestseller on Amazon. Show

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what's the name of that book? So just we'll put it into the,

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description below the video and in the podcast. So it's called switched

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on selling, balance your brain for Sales success. There's also a

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version switched on networking. Balance your brain for

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networking success. Fantastic. Well,

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we're gonna make sure that the links, to those are,

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right beneath this video. And if you're listening to this podcast, I do

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recommend that you go and watch the video of

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this because, you know, it's very experiential, what

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we what we've done here today. And, the links to

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those books are right beneath this video. So

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so, Jerry, this has been amazing,

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And so and and we could probably do this all day,

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and and so we wanna make sure that this I dig with a seminar format.

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You do. You you do. Absolutely, you do. So people can now or

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people can now go online to either switched on Internet

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marketing or switched on startup entrepreneur. And the links, by the way, for that

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are switched on startupentrepreneur.comorswitchedoninternetmarketing.com

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Show they can actually take the entire course for themselves in

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either area. Fantastic. Well, all we're gonna make sure

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all those links are there, and, go check it out. If

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you like what You experienced here today,

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then go check that out and, connect with with

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Gerry outside of this episode. So So thank you so much. This

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has been, fun, and, I would say,

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very eye opening in terms of Some of the things that we hear

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all the time when I I I coach Internet marketers

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every single day, and, and so So

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often when something isn't selling, when something isn't working,

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we look at the program. We look at the audience. We look at the marketing.

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We look at the copy, But we bring so much of ourselves

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to that. And, you know, what is

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what the feelings are And what the thoughts are are it's gonna get

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in there no matter what you

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think, is happening and how How skilled you are

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at it can't help but to happen. And so

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by learning how to, you know,

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Exercise your brain in a new way,

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and get yourself into those good feelings before you sit

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down to write copy, Before you start to do those sales calls, before

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you start to do anything that is revenue generating,

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in your business, makes, great sense

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To even just do what we did here today, on the podcast

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before before you, before you do any of those things. So,

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Jerry, any final words before we, before we close our

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this episode off? Yeah. Just a thought for you, because you're

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coaching people who are Internet marketers, if

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they went through the class first, it makes

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your job easier Because

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they'll hear hear it. They'll not have the blocks, and they'll be

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able to do what you're saying just like that.

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Amazing. Jerry, thank you so much for for being,

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my guest here today and for walking us through this exercise,

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very generous. And to our audience, I want you to,

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again, I don't want this episode to be for nothing. Please

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think about Something you experienced or learned here today

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and take that action. Maybe it is to go check out, the

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books and and also Jerry's programs, or maybe

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it's something else that came up for you during this episode.

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Take that action step today. Never ever give

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up on your your dream and your vision for your business, and

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keep moving forward. Until next time. This has

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been the collaboration Creative collaboration show with Chuck Anderson. My

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guest has been Jerry Teplitz. Thank you, and have a

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wonderful day,

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