Kaizen: Continuous Improvement For Personal Growth

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Lately I’ve been touting the benefits of small, incremental, but continuous improvements to my coaching clients, course participants and in my own life.

You see, I’ve spent a long time being a personal growth junkie. For many years I felt that if I wasn’t in the midst of some massive, Earth-shattering, mind-blowing, intensive growth phase I must be doing something wrong.

The problem with that approach to personal growth, as I’ve slowly but surely come to realize, is that it doesn’t leave you with a whole lot of energy to function effectively in the “real” world. And that just doesn’t work.

I started exploring the idea of continuous improvement a couple of years ago with this article on Split Testing for Personal Growth.

And if you’ve listened to my new audio program, Release the Money Madness and Unleash Your Money Magic, you know that I encourage you to choose just one or two personal growth tools and focus on them for two to three weeks before tackling the next one.

Well now I just got an email from Mark Joyner, the creator of Simpleology: The Simple Science of Getting What You Want, which I highly recommend, by the way, that validates this idea of continuous improvement!

Mark has just released a new program called the Kaizen Club. If you don’t know what Kaizen means, Wikipedia says that:

Kaizen (改善, Japanese for “continuous improvement”) is a Japanese philosophy that focuses on continuous improvement throughout all aspects of life.

I was first introduced to the concept of Kaizen in the mid-80s when the financial services company I was working for decided to implement a Total Quality Management program and shoot for the Malcolm Baldridge Award.

We didn’t win, and the program was scrapped within 2-years after a cost of several million dollars! The culture in that company was just not open to the key ideas of Total Quality Management and Kaizen.

But even back then, through all my twenty-something angst and cynicism, I could tell that there was a hidden power in the seemingly simple concept of Continuous Improvement. I could sense there was a key to success, both in business and in life – although it would take me almost two decades to begin applying the concept in my own life and business.

Now Mark’s Kaizen Club makes it simple to apply the concept of Continuous Improvement in your life. I just wish he had created this program 20-years ago!

I’m going over there right now to sign up – the program just launched a couple of hours ago. I’m going to give it a try for the next week – there’s a 7-day trial. I’ll write up a full review then and let you know what I think. However, you might want to go sign up for the trial now because there are a couple of amazing bonuses that he may pull out of the bonus package.

And even if you don’t sign up for the Kaizen Club, consider how you can begin implementing the concept of continuous improvement in your life. What one small change can you make in your life that will, over the course of your lifetime have a significant impact?

Think about it and leave a comment below letting us know.

Are You Ready To Run Your Car On Water?


There’s been much talk about H20 powered vehicles recently. A few months ago, Mark Joyner, the creator of Simpleology, went and investigated a company in England that claimed to be able to run a diesel engine on 50% water.

Now, there’s a company in Japan that claims to be able to run a car on water alone!

Too good to be true?

Look at it this way, back when Henry Ford was attempting to mass produce automobiles most people said it was impossible. What did Ford say?

“If you think you can or you think you can’t, either way, you’re right!”

I don’t know about you, but I’ll definitely be keeping an eye on this technology. And who knows, in a few years we may be driving around in Water-Powered cars!

Recession Repellent (Have a Spray or Two)


First a quick disclosure: That title is from Mark Joyner, bestselling author and creator of Simpleology: The Simple Science of Getting What You Want. It’s from an email he just sent out this morning (May 12th). But if you read my previous post on the Burning Ring of Fire, you know I’ve been on a “coincidence” kick lately, so I had to share his email with you. But first a bit of background.

You probably also know that I’m getting ready to start the Energetics of Attraction 6-week teleseminar series: Basic Energy Awareness Skills for Deliberate Creators.

What you don’t know is that enrollment is going slower than I expected. Right now there are about half the number of people registered for the program than I had originally envisioned.

Now in the first few days after I opened the registration I was a bit concerned (more about that in a moment). But thanks to some great conversations with some of my leading edge, Deliberate Creator friends, I’m no longer concerned. And in fact, because of these conversations I’ve put a cap on the program enrollment and there are just 6 spaces left.

Here’s why I’m not worried:

First, people are notoriously last minute when it comes to signing up for programs like this and it’s likely that several more people will join us by the time the program begins on Wednesday (May 14th).

Second, even if no one else signs up, there are enough participants to create a vibrant, dynamic group of people interested in learning how to use their personal energy systems to accelerate their ability to create an awesome life!

And here’s why I’ve capped the enrollment:

Because the recordings of this program are going to be the core content of a digital, self-paced program, having fewer people on the calls will enable me to provide focused, personalized Energy Coaching to the participants. We’ll be able to zero in on their specific questions and issues. So the recordings for the self-paced version will be chock full of highly specific and practical information that might not come out with a larger group.

So that’s all good. Now here’s the important point before I get to Mark’s email:

When I first opened registration for the course, and saw that enrollment was going very slowly I wasn’t quite as relaxed about it as I am now! And before I had those encouraging, positive conversations, I actually managed to attract four conversations in a three-day stretch that clued me into some inner work that I need to do.

You see, each of these four people responded in almost the exact same way when I voiced my concerns about the enrollment in the program. They all said:

“Well, with this recession and gas prices being so high and food costs going up, people are getting very cautious with their spending.”

I’m still amazed that every one of them used almost the exact same phrasing. It was as if they were reading from a script! (In a way, they were. Read Mark’s email below and you’ll see what I mean).

Now the fact that I had four people voice these fears to me tells me that I’ve got some internal work to do. Apparently, even though I don’t watch the news and only rarely read the paper, on some level, I’ve bought into this whole recession thing.

And obviously, many others have as well. And that brings me to Mark’s email. If you’ve been hearing lots of people around you complaining about the “recession” or gas prices or food prices, or if you’ve been catching yourself complaining about the “recession,” you’ll definitely want to read this.

[Note: The highlights are mine. Also Mark’s offer at the end is only available for another 24 hours (as of this posting) but the information in the email is definitely worth reading anyway!)

After you read Mark’s note, leave a comment below and share your thoughts. I’d love to hear how you’ve been responding to this “recession!”

Hey Ed

I hope you’re having a beautiful day!

I sure am – maybe better than I’ve had in a *long* time …

I’ll tell you why in a second. (hehe 🙂

First, there’s something I need to get off my chest before my
head pops off my shoulders.

OK …

I’m really sick of hearing one particular word every time I
turn on the TV.

Bear with me.

No, it’s not “election” or “Iraq.”

This word gets me more worked up than either of those two.

The word I’m talking about is “recession.”

First, don’t you get a sense that most of these “pundits” on TV
don’t really have any clue what they’re talking about?

I mean, not even economists agree on the definition of a
recession, or if it’s even a significant event at all.

Yet, that doesn’t stop the prime time scare-mongers from trying
to strike *fear* into the hearts of me & my family, though,
does it?

I mean, let me digest my meal in peace for Pete’s sake!

Can’t they think of another way to pump up their ratings without
toying with the hopes & dreams of the average Joe?

Ah, anyway … !

I’ll get off my soapbox.

What’s important is this.

When you strip away all of the hype from what is supposed to be
“fact-based news,” there are some things happening that should
cause us all to be a alert.


Not, “so scared out of our wits that we can’t think straight.”

Warren Buffett, the greatest investor who ever lived, recently
revealed at the latest Berkshire shareholders meeting that,
“the worst of the crisis in Wall Street is over.”

Contrast that with the high-drama about a pending “financial
melt-down” the pundits are yammering on about.

Who to listen to? The greatest investor who ever lived or some
TV blow-hards?

Not a hard decision!

Yet, a clever investor is never complacent.

So, that’s why I’m going to spray myself with a whiff or two of
“Recession Repellent.”

Don’t laugh.

This may sound like something silly, but it’s not. Far from it!

Warren Buffett has done it.

Bill Gates has done it.

So has Richard Branson, Donald Trump, Oprah Winfrey and just
about every other billionaire you can name.

So, what is it?

First, you need a little “background” before you can really
understand it.

Sorry if that sounds like “talking down” – it’s not meant to be
at all.

Most people tend to dismiss this at first, but you won’t be so
fool-hardy when you are armed with the following facts.


OK, let’s play a little game.

Can you name a group of people who, year in and year out,
weather the toughest financial storms?

Even if they lose everything these guys can get it *all* back
without breaking a sweat.

They’re not doctors.

They’re not lawyers.

Nope, they’re most definitely not stock-brokers.

Who are they?

Now, promise me you’ll keep reading after I tell you because
you may think this doesn’t apply to you, but it does.

It most certainly does.


OK …

They are “best-selling authors.”

Now, remember your promise!

You’re about to understand why this fact can not only cause an
immediate cash windfall for you now, but also “set up” you and
your family for bedrock stability, year after year, no matter
what happens.

In the next 90 seconds, you’re about to get an education
that has taken others decades to learn. And sadly, some never
get this education at all.

Consider these facts:

FACT: A best-selling author can, because of his or her
celebrity status, get in front of large audiences almost
anywhere in the world, sometimes within hours of picking up
a phone.

One of the most challenging things for any business is to get

Best-selling authors can get instant traffic, any time day or
night, like flipping a switch.

It’s a fact.

FACT: Best-selling authors have “instant trust and credibility”
with their audiences.

Another barrier that holds you hostage from the riches you know
you deserve is “trust.”

You may have a product with more selling power than “instant
hair,” but if no one knows you or trusts you, it just doesn’t

If, however, your message comes from “Best-selling author of …”
vast audiences will stop in their tracks to listen.

FACT: Products from best-selling authors are “pre-sold” so you
can sell without selling.

Let’s face it, no one likes an annoying pushy salesman, and
unfortunately, that’s what most people think the business
world requires.

That just couldn’t be further from the truth.

What happens most often in today’s world is “selling without
selling.” Pre-selling is the name of the game, but most people
just don’t understand how it’s done.

Products from best-selling authors have pre-selling built in
to them, often without the best-selling author understanding
how their products “just seem to keep selling.”

I could probably carry on like this for a few hours and barely
scratch the surface.

People often ask, “If Donald Trump has so much money why does
he keep writing books?”

And now you know why.

Not only does he get a tidy flood of cash from the sale of his
books (and the additional products he sells to his readers), but
he enjoys limitless “ripple effects” that churn more and more
profit out of every nook and cranny.

Pretty cool, huh?

Well, it gets better?

What if I told you that *you* could be a best-selling author?

And what if I told you that …

  • you don’t have to have any business experience

(what I’m about to show you has worked for many who just blindly
followed the plan without even understanding it)

  • you don’t have to have a “list”
  • you don’t even have to write a book!

(you’ll laugh – many of the world’s best-selling authors have
never had to put pen to paper even a single time)And what if you could do all of this with minimal cash outlay?

One young man from Singapore, with barely a penny to his name,
followed a similar plan and made 100K (US currency) within weeks.

(you’ll hear his story and others)

Pretty cool, huh?

Now you’ll understand why I’m on such a “natural high” these

Well, it gets even just a little bit better.

This system comes with a high price tag (if you had such a
system that actually *worked* wouldn’t you expect that?), but
if you act quickly, you can get it on a drastically reduced
price with a payment plan that makes it affordable for even
someone on a “minimum wage” budget.

Here’s the link:


Do yourself a favor and at least test this out.

You’ll know instantly after reading that page (it’s actually
fun to read and you’ll learn a ton more) that it’s all on the
“up and up.”

The man who put this together is a well-known 4 time #1
best-selling author who is endorsed by people from legendary
business luminaries to University professors to “work at home
moms” who have followed his advice and turned their lives

It’s backed up by an iron-clad guarantee and they have “assumed
the risk” for you, so you’d be crazy to miss out.

OK, I’ve got to get back to work following this plan myself 🙂

My wish is that both of us, you and me, are best-selling authors
by this time next year.

You game?

It can probably happen a lot sooner (it took one of his students
just 45 days!), but let’s be realistic.

Is The World Ready For Mind-Control Marketing?


Mark Joyner thinks so!

Tomorrow night at 8:00pm he is re-releasing his bestselling book, Mind Control Marketing: How Everyday People are Using Forbidden Mind Control Psychology and Ruthless Military Tactics to Make Millions Online.

This book hit #1 on Amazon within 36-hours of its release. And since it’s been out-of-print, used copies have sold for as much as $500! I just checked Amazon and the cheapest copy available right now is $198. (That price will most likely drop pretty dramatically as people hear about this offer!)

Now Mark is releasing a downloadable version for just $27!

This version will also include the “missing chapter.” Apparently there was some important material that was left out of the original version.

Now, I can’t say that I’m thrilled with the title of the book. As someone interested in bringing positive changes to the world, I would like to think that the marketing tactics I use do not fall into the “ruthless” category! However, I also believe that those of us who are bringing positive change to the world can learn a lot from studying and embracing some of the techniques and tactics that mainstream marketers use!

And yes, I realize that is another HUGE topic that I’m not going to open right now.

But if you are a business owner and are interested in learning about these “secret” mind control psychology tactics and how to use them to reach more people – with your positive, world-changing products and services – I suggest that you head over to www.MindControlMarketing.com and get on the list.

How To Become A Bestselling Author

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All right. I admit it. That title was a bit misleading. I can’t tell you how to become a bestselling author. Well I could. I could give you some ideas, some suggestions, some advice. But it would all be coming from someone who is NOT a bestselling author.

However, I just got wind of a new program that Mark Joyner is getting ready to launch. It’s part of a whole new set of Simpleology Tools called Blueprints. And this one is The Simpleology Best-Seller Blueprint.

Now if you don’t know who Mark Joyner is, I’ll tell you just a little bit about him. He’s a four-time bestselling author and is widely acknowledged as the person who created the now ubiquitous Amazon book launch campaigns. (You know the ones where you get thousands of dollars worth of bonuses when you buy the book on a certain day). He is also known for using cutting edge learning technology to create highly effective online courses including Simpleology: The Simple Science of Getting What You Want.

If you’ve always dreamed of being a bestselling author you won’t want to miss this opportunity. Now, of course, you’ll have to write the book. Mark can’t help you with that part. But I know that he can help you get your book in front of a LOT more eyeballs!

And the best part is that they’re doing a contest right now and 3 winners are going to get a custom-crafted best-seller plan from Mark Joyner! Do you have any idea what that’s worth?

Plus, just for entering the contest, you’ll get a $147 surprise gift: It will show you the speed-writing secrets of a man who has written over 95 books! (I guess Mark can help you write that book after all!)

But in order to get the bonus and possibly win the incredible prize, you’ve got to get your entry into the contest by February 26th.

So if you are a writer and want to become a bestselling author, go check out the contest and get ready to find out more about the Simpleology Best-Seller Blueprint!

Personal Growth Resource Roundup #10


Welcome to the 10th edition of the Personal Growth Resource Roundup here at Evolving Times. This is the first edition of 2008 and to celebrate the Vision Board 2008 Invitational, I’ve found some wonderful Vision Board Resources.

If you have not yet submitted a link to your vision board for the contest, you have until Monday to do so. Just leave a comment with the link on the announcement post. And remember, the grand prize is a complete Simpleology package. And I can’t think of a more powerful tool for helping you attract the intentions you place on your vision board.

Here then, are a few excellent resources to help you finish up your vision board by Monday!

Christine Kane has a wonderful post all about Vision Boards. If you’re looking for a clear, step by step, guide for creating your board, look no further than this post from Christine.

Ellese at Goal Setting College has an entire series of posts on her Vision Board experiment. Reading through them is like watching a living laboratory in action. A good place to start is with her Vision Board Experiment update.

And finally, Alex Shalman has this post on a Practical Approach to Vision Boards.

There are many more Vision Board resources out there. But I’d much prefer you spend your time actually creating your vision board! Take a look at these three posts for some background information and then start creating!

And don’t forget to leave a comment with a link to your vision board by Monday!

Happy Creation.

Grand Prize Confirmed For Vision Board Invitational


In case you missed the announcement last week, I’m hosting the 2008 Vision Board Invitational. And you’re invited!

All you have to do to participate is:

  • Create a vision board for 2008
  • Post it on your blog or a photo sharing site
  • Email me or leave a comment on the Vision Board Invitational post with a link to your board.

Grand Prize Confirmed!

And I’m thrilled to announce that I just confirmed the grand prize with Mark Joyner: It’s a complete Simpleology package including Simpleology 101: The Simple Science of Getting What You Want (this program is free, so go sign up now) Simpleology 102: the Simple Science of Money, Simpleology 103: the Simple Science of Personal Energy and you’ll also get access to the 7 Day Business Turnaround program!

There is no question that your Vision Board will be an effective reminder of your intentions. It will help you remember the reasons why you have set those intentions and will encourage you to stay in a positive feeling space about your intentions.

But you still need to take action in order to achieve these attentions and attain these visions. Simpleology is the program that will help you help you choose the most effective actions and keep you on track, on task and move you steadily forward towards your 2008 intentions.

In addition to the grand prize, three other participants will win a package worth over $40 that includes the inspirational anthology, Healing the Heart of the World and my CD, An Introduction to Brainwave Enhancement Technology for Personal Growth & Success.

Obviously you won’t all win a prize. But the true prize, and the real reason for completing your vision board by Monday, is the positive impact this will have on your life.

On Saturday I hosted the 2nd annual Vision Board special event at the drop in Law of Attraction group. 35 people spent the morning creating their vision boards and getting 2008 off to an amazing start.

That photo shows just a few of them with their completed boards.

Most of you will be creating your boards on your own so you won’t have the support, encouragement and facilitation that the folks at the live event had. And that’s one of the main reasons I launched this Vision Board event: I want to give you as much support, encouragement and incentive to complete your vision board as I possibly can.

And how about some inspiration? I know that when I see a great vision board it gets me inspired. So over the next few days, I’ll share some of the boards that were created on Saturday along with some tips and suggestions on how to create a truly powerful, effective vision board. Perhaps one of these will help light the creative spark in you so that you can complete your vision board by Monday, January 14th!

Here’s one to get you started:

Is Mark Joyner Really A Blogging Moron?


I highly doubt it. But don’t tell him that, because as long as he thinks he’s a blogging moron, he’s giving away a multi-media course on blogging for free!

If you’ve been through Simpleology 101 (another free course and incredible time/task management system) or any of his other courses, you know that Mark puts out high-value courses. And I’m sure that this blogging class will live up to Mark’s high standards.

“But haven’t you checked out this blogging course, Ed?”

Not yet. I haven’t seen the course yet, because in order to get it for free, there’s one little catch… you’ve got to blog about it. And that’s what I’m doing right now. To get free access to the course, you just have to cut and paste a little piece of html from the signup page. It will look like this on your blog:


I’m evaluating a multi-media course on blogging from the folks at Simpleology. For a while, they’re letting you snag it for free if you post about it on your blog.

It covers:

  • The best blogging techniques.
  • How to get traffic to your blog.
  • How to turn your blog into money.

I’ll let you know what I think once I’ve had a chance to check it out. Meanwhile, go grab yours while it’s still free.

And now that I’ve posted it here I’m definitely going to go check it out! And I really will let you know what I think. But in the meantime, if you’re a blogger and interested in what I’m sure is going to be a great blogging course, go snag it while it’s still free.

You can get it here.

And please, don’t tell Mark that he’s NOT a blogging moron!

The Vision Board 2008 Invitational



Are you up for a challenge? Do you want to get 2008 off to an intentional start? If so, I want to invite you to participate in the 2008 Vision Board Invitational. Last year’s Vision Board meeting at the January drop in Law of Attraction group – a group I host on the first Saturday of each month – was such a success that we’re doing it again.

But this year, I want you to join us, even if you can’t get to Santa Rosa on Saturday. If you do join us, not only will you start 2008 with a powerful burst of inspired action, but you also get a chance to share you vision with the world and you could win a fantastic prize! Read on to find out more. Whatever you think about the Law of Attraction and the ideas in the movie The Secret, there is one point that you just can’t argue with: Setting intentions works!

You can’t get what you want if you don’t know what you want. But intention setting, on its own, is not enough. You need continuous focus on your intentions as well as inspired, focused action. And one of the best ways to stay focused on your intentions is to create visual reminders. Secrets of the Millionaire Mind author, T. Harv Ecker, frequently tells his students that, “Visual is memorable.” And Vision Boards are one of the most powerful tools I know of for creating continuous, visual focus on your positive intentions. And there’s even a dash of inspired action thrown into the process of creating a vision board.

Now if you’ve never created one, a Vision Board is a collage or other collection of images, words and phrases created and used to facilitate the manifestation of desires. But don’t let the simplicity fool you. Vision Boards are one of the most powerful tools in the deliberate creator’s toolbox.

When you create a vision board you are doing three things that immediately put you ahead of 95% of the people who set resolutions:

  • When you create a Vision Board you are taking Inspired Action.
  • When you create a Vision Board you clarify and focus your desires.
  • When you create a Vision Board (and place it where you see it often) you have an on-going, visual reminder of your intentions.

The process of creating a Vision Board is straightforward:

  • Gather the supplies – board, glue, scissors, magazines, catalogs, markers, etc.
  • Clarify your desires.
  • Cut out images that represent those desires..
  • Glue them onto your board.
  • Place the board somewhere you will see it on a daily basis.

But while the process is simple, taking the action to do it is not always easy! I’ve seen far too many people say they were going to create a New Year’s Vision Board only to find that weeks and months into the New Year they still had not done so. If you’ve ever struggled to complete an “optional” project on your own, you know just what I’m talking about.

This year, I want to help to stack the deck in your favor and hopefully make it a bit easier for you to complete your New Year’s Vision Board Monday, January 14th and get 2008 off to a deliberate, positive start! So I’ve come up with a few incentives and some tips. First the incentives:

  • Share your vision with the world: Sure it’s great to create a vision board and hang it on your wall. But there is something empowering about sharing your vision. By sharing your vision you declare your intention to the world. You put your flag in the sand. So to help you share your vision with the world, on Tuesday, January 15th, I will post an entry here with a link every vision board that is completed by January 14th. (You’ll have to send me the link of course). You can post the photo of your Vision Board on your blog or website, or put it up at a photo sharing site such as Flickr.com. I’ll also feature images of a few of my favorite boards along with the link.
  • Win some great prizes: Everyone who submits a completed Vision Board by January 14th will receive access to the online version of my CD, An Introduction to Brainwave Entrainment Technology for Personal Growth and Success. If you haven’t experienced Brainwave Entrainment, you are missing out on a powerful personal growth tool.In addition, three winners will receive a $40 prize package that includes the physical CD listed above as well as the inspiring, award winning anthology, Healing the Heart of the World, which includes my essay, The Evolutionary Warrior, along with essays from Caroline Myss, Neale Donald Walsch, Bruce Lipton and many others.

I’m also working on a grand prize that I can’t announce quite yet. But if it comes through, it will provide the winner with an amazing tool for following up on their intentions. Now here are some tips to help you create your Vision Board:

  • Set a date and invite some friends and family members to join you. One of the reasons that last year’s Vision Board event at the drop in Law of Attraction group was so successful is because 35 Deliberate Creators came together to co-create their reality for 2007. When a group comes together, and focuses their collective energy on a single goal energy of the entire group is raised. So even just two people coming together can significantly raise the energy.And with a group you can also pool your resources – glue sticks, scissors, magazines, etc. And finally, when you commit to a date with others, you’re much more likely to “show up” and complete your Vision Board.
  • If you are going to create your Vision Board on your own, set a firm date and time. Go do it right now: Get out your calendar and block out 3-hours. That should be plenty of time to create your New Year’s Vision Board. And once you put that time into your calendar make it non-negotiable!
  • Keep your focus narrow. Don’t try to do too much with your Vision Board. Focus on just your top 3-5 intentions. Or create a board for just one area of your life – work, money, relationship, etc. If you try to do too much on one board, you’ll dilute the effectiveness. You can always do another board when you have attracted the intentions in this one or create another board for another area of your life.
  • Set a definite ending time. Creating a Vision Board is one of those projects with the potential to move into the continual “work in progress” category. And, in truth, a vision board is always a work in progress because you vision is always evolving. However, you definitely do want to complete your Vision Board. So set a firm deadline and make a commitment to yourself to finish your board by that time.
  • Let your board be “Not Perfect.” Start with the knowledge that your Vision Board will never be perfect. That way you’ll be more likely to sit down and finish it. And finishing it is far more important than making it “perfect.” whatever that means. This is also a good exercise in getting over any perfectionist tendencies you might have!

Participation Details: To participate in the 2008 Vision Board Invitational, all you have to do is complete your 2008 Vision Board by Monday, January 14th and use the contact form above to send me the link to your Vision Board. If you have a blog or website, you can post your Vision Board there and I’ll link to it from Evolving Times.

If you don’t have a website, you can use an online photo-sharing site such as Flickr, Photobucket. I’m looking forward to seeing all of your grand visions! If you have questions, you can leave a comment below and I’ll answer them as fast as I can.

And if you think this is a good idea, you can help me get the word out by sharing this entry using one of the social bookmarking links below. If you’re new to social bookmarking a good place to start is with a Thumb’s Up on Stumbleupon.

Learn To Draw From A Master Teacher

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Did you watch the video of Jacque Fresco I posted last week? It’s definitely worth the 15-minutes.

But even if you missed that video, if you’ve ever been interested in learning how to draw you’ll want to check this out! Mark Joyner has brought his expertise in powerful online learning environments and partnered with the master art teacher, Jacque Fresco, to create a truly unparalleled opportunity to learn how to draw.

And for the next 48-hours you can save $200 on this program. Go check it out now:

Simpleology Great Teachers Series.

I remember how many of my blogging friends said they would learn to draw or paint when I posed the question “what would you do with an extra 36-hours a week.” Here’s your chance!

At least go check out the program’s website. I swear I learned more about drawing from that page than I did in all of the college level art courses I took. (Of course that could be due to external factors associated with college-age behavior and the destruction of many brain cells!)

Here’s that link again: Simpleology Great Teachers Series.

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