Instead of continuing with my final comments on Dr. Hyman’s new diet book, I wanted to remind people that my free teleseminar course starts tonight, March 12, 2014 at 5 pm PT / 8 PM ET. The course will run 60 minutes for each presentation; it will cover 8 consecutive Wednesday evenings; and it will include the dates from March 12th to April 30th. The course is titled “How To Regain Your Health and Redesign Your Life” and it is based on my book, The Boomer Survivor Kit. However, it will include material that goes beyond the initial information in that self-help book. To participate in this course, you just need to call 1-267-507-0240 and enter the conference code 201419.
What will this course do for you? It’s goal is to make your life less stressful, more balanced, and far more meaningful. The course hopes to guide you on a path toward renewed health, higher vitality, sharpened mental (cognitive) focus, reawakened passions, renewed purpose, stronger connections to others, increased spirituality, and an enhanced opportunity to share, give, and leave a legacy. With this course, when you answer those three basic questions (Have you lived? Have you loved? Have you made a difference?), hopefully your answer will be a resounding “yes”!
For a specific list of the topics, please see the below calendar for this free, eight week course.
March 12 – Discussion of our current challenges for the baby boomers (from medical / professional / financial / personal challenges to the global ethnic and cultural challenges) with a focus on how the baby boomer must re-evaluate their lives in the face of these challenges and be ready to reboot their lives in a new, more meaningful direction.
March 19 – Discussion of Earnest Hemingway’s perspective “First, you must last” with a focus on our medical challenges, our health care system barriers, and our deteriorating, contaminated food supply with a focus on how we can change our eating style and exercise to reduce our risk for the major chronic medical illnesses and gain an extra 20 years of good health.
March 26 – Discussion of sharpening our mental (cognitive) focus to better insulate ourselves from those rising statistics for dementai and to better establish the tools for increased mental clarity so we will have sufficient cognitive focus to successfully reevaluate our lives and make decisions on how to change the direction of our lives.
April 2 – Discussion of creating a new direction for our lives with a move away from a career /external focused life to a more balanced life with renewed dreams / talents / passions with a new clarification of your life mission / purpose – with new freedom. This approach offers the bias that there are things in life of much greater value than monetary gain.
April 9 – Discussion of our need for self-improvement and personal growth with specific tools for better managing our daily life, our time, and our personal clock with the goal of creating more space for our new pursuits. How many of you are rushing through life? How many of your fail to create the proper compass? Together, we can place you on the right path.
April 16 – Discussion of our need for a deeper connection with each other and a re-emphasis on our relationships with family, friends, and cohorts, plus a discussion on the role of our religion and spirituality within this context of trying to share more of ourselves with others. Do you know that more people die from loneliness than from cigarettes? We need to prevent isolation and help with re-entry into the community of life.
April 23 – Discussion of our need to maintain our mood as we grow older, overcoming losses and progressing toward new relationships and a deeper appreciation of our lives and our relationships (which make life so meaningful). The answer does not lie in more pills or more doctor visits. One in ten Americans taking antidepressant medications is not the answer. What is the answer? That will be discussed.
April 30 – Discussion of redefining our legacy and moving away from the anchors of the past to the freedom of the future – with a better chance for sharing, giving, and leaving a legacy that will live far beyond your own lifetime. Again, from my bias, our legacy is far more than our finances. Our legacy involves our values, our beliefs, our love.