What’s your purpose in life? What’s the most amazing thing you can imagine?
What’s your mind’s potential?
Stressed out? Frustrated with everything?
In 1937, Napoleon Hill said, “Whatever your mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” What do you believe?
There are thousands of books on how to set goals, create a plan, and work towards a target. But what if you don’t believe you can achieve it? What do you have to do in your life to make your dreams come true? What if, with resources readily available, a person can discover their own potential and live a happier and more fulfilling life?
Mind Potential can give you tools, tools from experts in their fields, to increase your awareness and understanding of both the world around you and the depths of your own mind.
Release your potential!
Join us March 23-24, 2024 for a Self-Care Symposium.
“Polishing Your Mirror: Self-Care for Writers”
Writing can feel like opening a vein and letting the blood flow, which is often frustrating and lonely. This symposium will be overflowing with ideas for self-care, specifically directed toward helping writers to find workable solutions on three levels, body, mind, and soul.
Self-care is about creating and following specific “rules” that apply to each individual which will encourage behaviors to help that individual find physical, mental, and spiritual health and happiness.
Join us on March 23– 24, 2024 for the Self-Care for Writers Symposium! Seven amazing writers will help you to gain an understanding of your Body, Mind, and Soul relationship, so you can overcome writer’s block, frustration, rejection, and loneliness.
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