The Brain-A-Thon Reveals The Latest Brain Research And Success Connections
Do you ever feel like there’s an invisible barrier preventing you from reaching your lifestyle goals?
Well, the world’s top neuroscientists and brain experts say … you’re right!
In the past several years, the latest brain scan technologies have revealed that it’s your pain and fear circuits that keep you from achieving your best. These new insights also reveal how to overcome and replace the negative beliefs and habits that keep you stuck at your current income and success level.
Here are the facts: Your brain is split into three parts. The instinctual (oldest) part of your brain keeps you away from anything that is (or is even imagined to be) painful or scary. Your rational, logical mind analyzes the ideas and plans that make it past your initial fear/comfort barriers . But it’s your implicit, emotional brain that is the actual decision maker when it comes to whether or not you will take decisive action that will determine whether you achieve your goals and dreams.
Here’s why knowing the above facts about your brain is vital to the future you envision for yourself and your loved ones.
Whenever your emotional desires, beliefs and values don’t align with your rational (logical) or instinctual (safety-conscious) brain … the three parts of your brain will constantly be fighting each other and undermining your ability to succeed at anything, especially your goals to grow and support yourself and your family.
This mental tension is called “Neural Dissonance”. It’s like having one foot on the gas and one foot on the brake every day. You make some progress, then sabotage it. Over and over again. Day after day. It gets old, doesn’t it?
If you’re struggling to break through to the next level of success…if you’re ready to take your foot off the brake in your life … the #1 thing to do right away is get your logical, instinctual and emotional mind working in a state of “Neural Coherence”… or harmony.
New York Times Best Selling Author John Assaraf (from the hit movie The Secret) is onto something so amazing that I think you need hear about it right away.
“I was so happy to see that this Brain-A-Thon was offered again. I know that this will be the answer to my what I am looking for to free myself from Financial Bondage.”
It’s All Explained in This FREE Event
And the best news of all is that you can attend a free 7-hour training session that will blow your mind with amazing content that can upgrade your life as never before.
Reserve your spot now for this Saturday where you can learn to retrain your brain for financial and life success! Space is limited so act now.
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John Assaraf is a serial entrepreneur, brain researcher, and CEO of PraxisNow, a brain-research company that creates some of the most powerful evidence-based brain retraining tools and programs in the world. A relentless explorer of consciousness and human behavior, John’s passion is discovering and teaching people how to release the mental blockages that hold them back from achieving their fullest potential.
Thousands of companies, entrepreneurs and individuals worldwide are currently using PraxisNow programs to develop unstoppable confidence, certainty and the personal power needed for achieving their goals and vision.
In the last 25 years, John has grown 5 multi-million dollar companies in real estate, Internet software, brain research and life and business coaching and consulting. He’s the author of 2 New York Times best-selling books, Having It All and The Answer.
John has appeared on almost every major TV program such Larry King Live, Anderson Cooper 360 and The Ellen Degeneres Show, and was featured in the blockbuster movie and book “The Secret” and in the special documentary “Quest for Success” with the Dali Lama and Sir Richard Branson.
Today, John researches, writes and lectures extensively around the world on the neuroscience of success and achieving maximum performance.