Do it Again

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Have you ever noticed when a child reads a book or watches a movie or does anything they enjoy doing that they immediately want to “do it again”… most times over and over and over again?

There is a very good reason for this.

Children by nature are integrated thinkers in their own terms.

They implicitly realize the value of repetition and they just do it until they get it!

And it’s FUN!

Unfortunately, somewhere along the way most adults grow out of this “habit” and truly miss out.

So what can you do?

If you want to re-capture this child like process and want to learn more about how to apply what you have been exposed to in the books from Mark Hamilton, you definitely will enjoy the weekly Tuesday night Heirloom Review calls at 9 PM Eastern.

Whether you have the large heirloom books, the mini-heirlooms, or the multi-generational manuscripts, our many talented “Corner Coordinators” help you to absorb, question, and integrate the concepts.

Hosted by Ted Jankowski and Deborah Connors, the call is also assisted by Patrick Bundy, our TSM (Ten Second Miracle) and Valuable Insights Coordinator, Elaine Ray, our Definitions of Neothink Corner Coordinator, Raymond Desmarais and Jeff Smith, our FNE (Friday Night Essence) Coordinators, and Raymond is also joined by his wife, Jeanine Desmarais, for the Couples portion of the Relationship Corner.

The Singles portion of the Relationship Corner is handled by Deborah Connors—and these two portions are traded off every other week.

Ed Hawley is our Health Coordinator and has been helping us to keep track of your questions and comments as they come in on the webcasts, and we try to keep our responses to the Q & A’s as close to real time as possible.

The call is also chat-enabled so you can come in on the webcast and converse by text in real time to others listening on the call.

We are often joined by members from NT National on the call, and if you would like to contribute to portions of the call, please feel free to write us as NeothinkMGM@live.com or HeirloomSOS@live.com.

This week, we will be covering the second portion of Vision 10 – “Surround Yourself with Geniuses”, pp. 229-235 in either the mini-heirlooms–book two SOS Visions, or the second large heirloom.

The call in number for this call (our 84th) is 414-944-0004 and the access code is 193058#.

The links for this week’s call are:

EVENT: Heirloom Review 84th Tuesday Night Telecomference
DATE & TIME: Wednesday, September 30th at 8:00pm Central
FORMAT: Simulcast! (Attend via Phone or Webcast — it’s your choice)
TO ATTEND THIS EVENT, CLICK THIS LINK NOW…
http://XiosoftPresenter.com/?eventid=9227388

NOTE: If the link above does not work for you use the classic version…
http://InstantTeleseminar.com/?eventid=9227388

For links to previous calls:

http://www.neothinksociety.com/space/ViewTeamDiscussion.aspx?start=&maxhits=&DiscussID=1268&GroupID=149

We would like to thank everyone who attends and everyone who participates! Thank you all very much!

These calls are proving to be more and more of a value each week, so please attend every meeting that you can!

We’ll see/hear you this Tuesday and every Tuesday until we get to the end of the Miss Annabelle story!

And then, we will do it again!

We sincerely hope you can join us!

Ted Jankowski and Deborah Connors The Neothink® Society National Heirloom Review Coordinators

2 Responses for “Do it Again”

  1. Dave says:

    Are the telecomferences available for download? They sound great!

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