Marketplace Webinar Series: Procrastination Annihilation

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In this transformational and interactive program based on Dr. Steve’s Procrastination Annihilation course, Dr. Steve shows you how to tap into the power of the subconscious mind to get more done while maintaining a calm, balanced, and positive state of mind. Team Members Will Learn How To: Quiet their minds and release unwanted thoughts and beliefs Communicate with their subconscious to access motivation Develop a compelling action plan that invites follow-through Quickly release stress and recover from discouragement Manage their energy to make work enjoyable and fun.

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How an ex-neurotic, ex-Long Island chiropractor underwent a personal life transformation that led to his helping others discover the keys to their success.

Dr. Steve’s early years were plagued by crippling anxiety, depression, and low self-esteem. Despite graduating valedictorian from one of the nation’s top chiropractic colleges and running a thriving practice, Dr. Steve found that his outer success did little to calm his inner turmoil.

Thus began a thirty year journey to understand the root of his suffering. His exploration of Western psychotherapy, Eastern teachings of mindfulness, hypnosis, and the science of neurology provided profound insight into the universal nature and cause of suffering; the subconscious mind… which ultimately led to the creation of his successful UnHypnosis system and bestselling book.

Blending his teachings with a long time passion for comedy and magic, Dr. Steve developed a series of insightful, fun presentations about mastering the subconscious mind which were quickly embraced by organizations for their ability to get people in action.

Since then, Dr. Steve’s excitement, motivation and enthusiasm have earned him fans from every profession as he continues to enthrall audiences worldwide, helping them remove mental barriers to achieving their dreams.

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