There’s Immense Value Here
Some comedian recently wrote that New Year Resolutions are merely a “to do” list for the first week of January.
If you made any New Year’s Resolutions that you’re already struggling with, here’s a great chance to re-address one of the more important aspects of any lifestyle change.
If you (like me) didn’t make any resolutions, read on because what you’ll learn here will allow you to change lifestyle habits arbitrarily without having to wait for a fixed date like 1 January or the first day of next month or your coming birthday.
First let me dip into the works of eminent biologist Dr. Bruce Lipton and how you can orient yourself to an adjustment of consciousness.
Below is a truly inspiring 5:34 minute video clip that nearly four and a half million people have watched so far.
I urge you to make in one more view and watch it right to the very end.
Don’t skip it because there’s immense value for you.
Right now you have the chance to seriously think about your future without letting fear or the safety of habit influence your decision.
It’s a chance to gain what all human beings seek – progress.
All you need to do is participate in a genuine, exciting breakthrough for your life and your future.
A future where you will be fully in control and where you have the freedom you truly deserve.
No hype; no smoke or mirrors.….and no magic wand.
Let’s first acknowledge some harsh truths.
Not everyone who registers for this event will have their lives changed, but for the few who register AND listen, it’ll change their life in just the way they want.
Even if there was chance that this would bring some fulfilment into your life, wouldn’t this be worth an investment of your time right now?
The worst thing that’ll happen is you’ll discover some really useful information that you can apply in your life.
What would that be worth to you?
I ask because that’s exactly what this event will give you if you take action now.
Register for the Regenerate Yourself Masterclass here (its free and you’ll learn tons!)
PS I don’t make New Year Resolutions. I’ve never held any attraction for them but I do feel strongly about the power of self-improvement. I’ve attributed all the good things I’ve managed to achieve to an inner drive to keep getting better.
For instance in the 1980’s, after reading the first two chapters of William Dufty’s “Sugar Blues” based on the damage sugar does to our bodies, I decided to give up taking sugar in my tea and coffee. I started the same day.