Right now I’m preparing for the Glazer-Kennedy
Info-Summit in Atlanta. I speak Thursday night from
7:30 to 10:30 PM. Many of you will be there and I
look forward to meeting you.
On Friday afternoon I speak for 90 minutes on
That’s 4.5 hours of speaking.
Some people have asked what I do to mentally prepare
for a presentation.
The answer is virtually the same as what I did to prepare
for a wrestling competition or martial arts event. I take time
to be alone. I have no distractions. No tee-vee. No radio. No
I simply sit quietly in a room all alone – and whilst there I
breathe deeply and relax.
Michael Masterson of Early to Rise fame, remarked some months
ago that when I speak I am relaxed almost to the point of non-
I don’t know if I would go THAT far, but I will say that being relaxed
is a major part of success, whether it is sports, speaking, writing,
selling or doing surgery. If you are tense, other people pick up on it
and they become tense, too.
You can always tell when something was difficult for someone to write.
How? Because it’s difficult for you to read.
Same goes for everything in life.
If you can simply relax and let it go, relax and let it flow – without effort –
others will respond to you differently.
Had a surgeon I spoke to some months ago. He told me that the night before
surgery he watches videos of surgery. That’s how he begins his mental preparation.
Then he relaxes and visualizes the result he wants.
When he told me this I was amazed to know that the same procedure I followed
for wrestling and martial arts was nearly the same as what he followed before surgery.
Something to be learned from this.
Study and prepare yourself – then relax, let go and let it flow.
Look forward to seeing y’all in Atlanta. I’ll have an extensive report in
my newsletters for the Elite Gold Crown Program. Look into it to-day –
P.S. Also, be sure to visit http://www.psycho-cybernetics.com/zrlcourse.html