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Category: Natural Brilliance

Focus on Fitness—Not Fat

Monday, December 14th, 2015 by Pete Bissonette
People watching their weight may be somewhat surprised to learn the scale is not particularly good for measuring their state of health. While we’re not advocating you go out and gorge on banana splits, medical researchers have found that: • A significant percentage of overweight people have lower risk for heart disease than their skinny […]

Flexible Thinking Guarantees Success

Friday, September 11th, 2015 by Paul Scheele
Have you ever tried driving a car forward while only looking in the rearview mirror? While not impossible, it would be rather challenging. Unfortunately most folks do just that. They look to the past to see how to go forward. Dwelling on the past, noticing blocks, imagining limitations, lingering on lack of resources, mistakes, blame… […]

4 steps of natural brilliance

Friday, September 30th, 2011 by Paul Scheele
As a follow-up to Monday’s article, let’s go through the Four-Step Natural Brilliance Model. Consciously using the four-step Natural Brilliance model provides a way out of stuck states by implementing the natural learning model the body-mind uses to accomplish success in learning. Now, whenever you feel yourself entering a stuck state, you can reverse the […]

Reclaim your natural brilliance

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011 by Paul Scheele
You have gone to a store, bought a book, and let it sit without ever reading it, right? Well, it is time to forever break the cycle of good intentions that fail. Think of times you have wanted to do something, knew that you could do it, but consistently failed to accomplish it. Let’s not […]

“Dear Learning Strategies”

Monday, September 19th, 2011 by Pete Bissonette
Dear Learning Strategies, I would like to thank you for being so fantastically great! Your vision and mission is truly commendable and effective.  I love that you combine so many areas of learning and life to a beautiful symphony of growth and expansion. I have been fortunate to participate in the PhotoReading Seminar in April […]

How “Self-Discipline” works

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011 by Paul Scheele
Our new Self-Discipline Paraliminal enables you to create the life you choose through joyful, effective self-discipline. In the past you may have thought that self-discipline was a process of working with grim determination to correct weaknesses in performance or plough through tasks. But true self-discipline is actually positive, powerful,playful, and consistent with a healthy life. […]

Which courses have Paraliminals?

Thursday, April 7th, 2011 by Pete Bissonette
Paraliminals are part of most of our personal learning courses. They help you resolve common issues and integrate what you learn on a deeper level so that the benefits show up in your daily life. When we create a Paraliminal specifically for a course, we ask over and over, “What can we do to increase […]