Mobiusmanifesto

I always wanted a manifesto of my own so here it is. (More to follow in this series.)

When I started out into business years ago I was told early on that a positive mindset was essential for success.

But after repeated attempts to get lasting results from the usual methods, offered by the great gurus and authors of personal development, I came to the conclusion that something must be broken.

With all their books, recordings, and seminars I felt that they were doing is what has always been done. That is: Offering information on personal development TO me. I needed it coming THROUGH me so I could internalized it better and get to the place where they were but in far less time and with less effort than I had before. Otherwise, I’d just be the same as I was before and what would be the point of that.

Of course, a methodology that could do that didn’t exist back then so I set out to build one.  I decided to create something so different it would stand the old personal development model on its head. I didn’t want to just have information “transfer” from one person to another, I wanted a personal “transformation” from one person to another. In other words from the “old” me into the “new” me.

What I came up with is the H.E.R.O. Personal Success Discover eMachine.

Over the last few years I’ve been quietly perfecting it.  Creating the language for talking about it in an envelope of a new theory: The theory of Mindset Immunity.

This manifesto will outline how I want to contribute to the world by encouraging a conversation about these two new ideas. I’m hoping that by writing it I’ll get better at finding the words to articulate how these new creations can be useful to people like you.



2010: The year of the H.E.R.O.

Over the last decade most of my time was spent in the business of putting together the one thing that I have wanted for a long time.  The ability to offer the world the fruit of my life’s work: the H.E.R.O. Personal Success Discover eMachine.

When I started out I was not a writer, a scientist, a doctor, or a personal trainer, or even a marketer.

I wasn’t a lot of things. I’m still not.

The only professional training I got was that which I went to college for – a graphic art’s diploma.

Woopty-do! That was useful (yeah right).

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