Lesson 001: Think Like A Mind Reader

The History

[think] Like A Mind Reader” is the book I wrote after 10+ years spent talking with people (lots of college students) after my 70 minute mind reading show.

Time after time I would hear some version of “Wow! I can’t even imagine doing what you do! You get to do what you love! I wish I could do that!”

So I’d take time after the show to share exactly how I’ve gone about making a great living & creating a life with amazing friends, a wonderful family, and I feel good about myself & how I spend my time.

Rare kind of wealth, right?

And a couple years later I start getting emails from people that went something like:

Hi, I don’t know if you remember me, but you took the time to talk with me after your show at my school. It made all the difference in the world & since then I’ve made a lot of changes and I couldn’t be happier. I just wanted to tell you and say thank you so much.

~hundreds of students

That’s when I realized I needed to start sharing even more of my strategies, systems, mental tactics, and everything else I could think of.

The Video Course

About 5 years ago I decided to create a video course that I intended to accompany the book.

I’d charge $97 for it to make sure they were willing & able to invest in themselves.

That worked great and I got great feedback from it.

Over the past 5 years I’ve shifted focus more on helping businesses & organizations change the trajectory of their efforts, so I’ve had to integrate these lessons a little more subtly than I do otherwise.

That means these videos have not been a focus for some time, and they’re just sitting around.

Consequently, I decided to share them here where you will hopefully dive in & explore them to discover their true potential.

There are 5 in total and you can find them all listed here.

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