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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:22

Who will you have to become to achieve all you want?”

Get ready for a big one.

Today we'll be studying one of the personal growth industry’s
iconic greats (quite literally)... Mr Tony Robbins.

However, to do things a little differently, we won't be studying
his book, but some of his biggest ideas which have fundamentally
changed Brian's life since he attended his first Tony Robbins
event way back in 2004.

Having literally filled his notebook capturing Tony's greatest
ideas over the years, Brian will share a few of the ones that
are responsible for transforming his life in this challenge.

So, are you ready to change your life too?

>>>Click here to take part in today’s challenge

To never giving up on becoming a happier you,
The Philosophers Notes Team

Want to get Brian’s full summary on Tony Robbins and his biggest
ideas? Click here to get your copy of the Philosophers Notes.
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:23

Do you often struggle to control your mind from flicking between different
distracting thoughts... causing you to lose your focus on life's bigger picture?

Don't worry, you're not alone with this, as we all suffer from periods where
we just can't get into the rhythm of things.

But how good does it feel when you're in an effortless state of flow and
you've got your groove on so-to-speak? For example, when you continuously
have ideas bursting out of your head and life just seems to fall into place?

Or when you're able to harness your focus at a drop of a hat?

But if these precious moments are few and far in between, you're going to
love today's book, Flow by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi.

Here's a few words from Brian on the book: "Flow is an incredible book that
powerfully articulates the science behind how to control our consciousness t
o more consistently get ourselves into the optimal state of experience known
as flow, and, as a result, enjoy our lives more."

So to access today's challenge, you know the drill.

Simply listen to Brian's video, and join the discussion to share what your
“aha!” moment was from today's challenge.
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:25

Philosophers Notes Challenge – Day 3: Spiritual liberation

Ready for the next challenge?

I thought you might be.

You started freeing your worries yesterday, so today, we’re going to work
on your spirit.

Don’t worry, nothing too crazy. Just another video from Brian, this time on
Spiritual Liberation by Michael Bernard Beckwith.

For those not familiar with Michael, he is the founder of the Agape Spiritual Center,
and also was a featured teacher in The Secret.

“You are not here to merely survive but to soar, to express and release the dynamic
power of consciousness residing at the deepest center of your being.”
– Michael Bernard Beckwith.

To letting the real you shine
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:26

: Free yourself from worry

To releasing your worries, once and for all,

I knew you'd be up for the challenge, aurélie iparraguirre.

And if you liked yesterday's challenge on the habits of effective people, get ready
to dive deeper into that mind of yours.

As today's challenge is on How To Stop Worrying And Start Living by Dale Carnegie.

We chose this book as it gives a fresh perspective on how to deal with periods where we
sink into bad moods, negativity, or even depression.

This is one of our favorite quotes from the book:

“Obviously, circumstances alone do not make us happy or unhappy. It is the way we react to
circumstances that determines our feelings. Jesus said that the kingdom of heaven is within
you. That is where the kingdom of hell is, too.”

To take part in today’s challenge, and to start freeing those worries hindering your success,
simply click on the link below, watch the video, and then share your thoughts in our comments
box.

Click here to learn of Brian’s insights on How To Stop Worrying And Start Living by Dale Carnegie.

http://www.finerminds.com/personal-growth/philosophersnotes-day-2/
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:27

Tomorrow is going to be a very special day, because you have till midnight tonight
to get your Philosophers Notes set. It’s also your last chance to join in on the
bonus 30 Day Challenge with Brian Johnson.

>>> Make sure you grab your Philosophers Notes by then by clicking here.

Look, there's a reason Marie Claire called Philosopher's Notes their #2 favorite thing
of the year. This is perhaps the most life transforming educational experience you've
ever had in your life.

I want you to consider this.

If you are like the average American you probably spent close to $100,000 on your
education.

In an era when human knowledge DOUBLES every few years, how useful were the
facts, figures and data you crammed in your head for much of your high-school and
college experience?

Most of that stuffed can now be summoned on a cheap phone with Internet access.

What about the things in life that really mattered?

When were you taught how to express love?

Or boost your career productivity?

Or deal with stressful moments in life?

Or practice mindfulness or learned optimism?

Sadly, our generation wasn’t that lucky.

Few of these things ever made it to mainstream education. Traditional educational
institutions are slowly picking up on this, but if you attended college before the year
2005, odds are you got NONE of it.

This is why we created Philosophers Notes. This is the life transforming education
that went missing throughout your adult life.

Give yourself a fresh new start. Seek the knowledge that will make all the difference
and run towards your destiny.

Grab your notes

Grow. Transform. Learn the things that really matter.


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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:37

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Ask and It Is Given

Which of the 22 emotional states are you tuned into?

Today is day 5 of the Philosophers Notes Challenge and we’re going to be
discussing a book Brian refers to it as, “Pretty much The Bible for Law of Attraction.”

That book is Ask and It Is Given by Esther and Jerry Hicks.
Here’s an excerpt from the book that really explains what the Law of Attraction
is all about:

“Every thought vibrates, every thought radiates a signal, and every thought attracts
a matching signal back. We call that process the Law of Attraction. The Law of Attraction
says: That which is like unto itself is drawn. And so, you might see the powerful Law of
Attraction as a sort of Universal Manager that sees to it that all thoughts that match one
another line-up.”

So to take part in today’s challenge, and learn how you can start getting the Law of
Attraction to work for you, simply click on the link below to listen to Brian’s 10-minute
where he reveals the most profound insights from the book.

Ask and It Is Given by Esther and Jerry Hicks.

To getting the Universe to work in your favor,
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:38

Uncovering the Science of Getting Rich

Great to receive so many mind-blowing insights on the challenge so far.

Here's some of the feedback we received on yesterday's book,
Ask And It Is Given by Esther and Jerry Hicks.

"Love Esther and Jerry. Your notes were great! Peaked my interest to read
the whole book now! We’re grateful Brian for all the energy you put into your
notes.
– Wendy Sabin Kolb

"Hi Brain! It's such a pleasure to listen to someone as special as you, filled
with so much passion and hunger for more knowledge and wanting to grow
more and more. By your attitude setting, you inspire us to want to grow and
expand in all ways thinkable! Thanks for your inspiring notes. I especially loved
the idea about the emotional fill up/top up station. It really makes sense and I
can draw a line between this idea and a previous idea you gave us – rest before
you get tired! I'm really so grateful for being part of this Philosopher's Notes
Challenge! This is really exciting and one of the best challenges I've ever joined!"
– Esther Van Der Merwe

So to continue with our challenge, today we're going to look at a book that generated
so much hype that in 2007 Bob Proctor, Michael Beckwith and Jack Canfield released
a program based on it called The SGR Program.

This transformative book is The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles.

“There is a science of getting rich, and it is an exact science, like algebra or arithmetic.
There are certain laws which govern the process of acquiring riches, and once these
laws are learned and obeyed by anyone, that person will get rich with mathematical
certainty.”
– Wallace D. Wattles from The Science of Getting Rich

To take part in today’s Philosophers Notes Challenge, click here

To unleashing your inner abundance
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:38

Ready to Overachieve?

We know this is a dumb question, but... "do you want to achieve
greatness?"

We're guessing most of you said yes to this question.

After all, no one really dreams about a life of mediocrity, do they?

So if you need a little help crossing that threshold, or if you're looking
for ways to optimize your existing potential, today's book,
Overachievement by Dr. John Eliot, Ph.D., is for you.

“Overachievement is aimed at people who want to maximize their
potential. And to do that, I insist you throw caution at the wind, ignore
the pleas of parents, coaches, spouses, and bosses to be 'realistic.'
Realistic people do not accomplish extraordinary things because
the odds of success stymie them. The best performers ignore the odds.”
– Dr. John Eliot from Overachievement

So to take part in today's Philosophers Notes Challenge, you know the
drill. Just watch Brian's video to hear his insights from the book, and
share your thoughts in the comments box.
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:39

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Unleashing Your Mastery

No one is born successful in their chosen field

Even the most accomplished entrepreneurs and the lavishly
rich started, and struggled, somewhere.

And the main reason they succeeded often boils down to one
trait that extends beyond money, opportunity or social status:
perseverance.

In today’s book in the challenge, Mastery, by George Leonard,
we learn how crucial unbreakable determination is in order to
truly succeed.

“We fail to realize that mastery is not about perfection. It’s about
a process, a journey. The master is the one who stays on the path
day after day, year after year. The master is the one who is willing
to try, and fail, and try again, for as long as he or she lives.”
– George Leonard, Mastery

As always, to take part in today’s challenge, you know the drill.

Click here to watch Brian’s video on Mastery, and to share your
thoughts, wisdom and “aha!” moment from today’s challenge.

To your mastery

P.S. Want to get your hands on Brian’s entire Philosophers Notes collection
(which includes notes from nearly 200 of the most influential books of all-time)?
Click here to find out how, and to take advantage of our special offer
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:45

Just wanted to remind you of that right now...

>>> You can access the whole Philosophers Notes collection for just $1.

We've gotten some great feedback on the program already. Here's just
a few of the comments we've received:

"A great way to begin each day with focused intention and positive visualization.
Makes me realize and become more aware of the power of focused thought and
feeling intention."
- James Westly

"I think this is a fabulous idea. I have many of the books included but don't seem
to get the time to read them. Having short audios & pdfs lets us have an overview
and when can then go to the book/audio if want to follow it through further."
- Kathy Ballantyne

"This idea is brilliant. I am glad they didn't get just anyone to do it. The note that
I read seemed to get to the crux of the book. The heart of it. There is so much to
learn, and I love books, but this gives me a chance to get to some of the great
ones I might not have had a chance to. Thanks Brian and Vishen. And I like the
community idea also."
- Nadia Hagberg

Remember, this special offer is good for the next 48 hours ONLY, so don't wait
to try it out.

>>> Just click here to get started.


Hope this brings a little extra wisdom to your day,

The Philosophers Notes Team


PS: One more thing... When you start the $1 trial, you'll get 10 whole days to try
the program out and see if it's right for you. :-)

If you decide you don't want to keep it? Not a problem. Just send an email to
support@mindvalley.com and let us know you want to cancel before the end of
the trial, and you won't be charged a cent.
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:45

Trusting Your Vibes

Are you in tune with your sixth sense?

You know the one, that little voice deep inside that calls out to
you (sometimes to the sound of alarm bells) to help nudge you
in the right direction.

But unlike our other senses such as our vision, smell, touch,
hearing and taste, tuning into our sixth sense (aka our intuition
or emotional guidance system) requires more fine-tuning.
Although, once you learn how to decode this system, you’ll be on
the path to greater happiness, peace and confidence.

So to help you learn how to trust your sixth sense (and unlock your
power to tap into it), in today’s challenge, we’ll be looking at
Trust Your Vibes by Sonia Choquette.

“Trusting your vibes is a way of life that creates a partnership with
God and moves through you each day as though it were a dance
with the Divine. What you will discover when practicing these six-sensory
secrets is that for every step you take toward Divine Spirit by trusting
your vibes, it will take a step toward you – and together, you’ll create a life
of grace, harmony, simplicity, and abundance."

– Sonia Choquette

To take part in today’s challenge, just watch Brian’s video where he
reveals the greatest insights from the book, and then share your thoughts,
comments or well-received wisdom!

>>>Click here to start trusting your vibes

To unleashing your greatest strength within
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:46

Embracing Change

What if we told you things could be a lot easier?

That when going through change, the path to happiness, positivity and
success really doesn’t have to be as hard as what we make it?

Today’s book in the challenge, The First 30 Days, by Ariane De Bonvoisin,
teaches us how to better navigate (and embrace) change so we can really
get the most out of each opportunity, and life.

>>> Click here to take part in today’s challenge


To a less stressful, and more confident life

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Loving What Is


What are your thoughts on the challenge so far ?

Esther Van Der Merwe from South Africa left us this comment:

“Can't believe we've reached the halfway mark! WOW! It's difficult
for me to keep on doing certain habits, but this challenge is just
great. I think I will continue with this challenge – 10-15 minutes
a day – not a bad idea at all! I'm going to push myself – a little day
by day – above my comfort zone! I liked the idea of being more
playful towards learning new skills, and I'm going to work at being
consistent with the fundamental stuff...I want my body and mind to
be a masterpiece. Thanks for these ideas, Brian!”

If you’re also loving the challenge, we’d love to hear from you, or if
you’re yet to see what all the fuss is about (trust us, you won’t regret it),
it’s not too late to get involved.

And what better way to start than with today’s book, Love What Is
by Byron Katie.

“The only time we suffer is when we believe a thought that argues with
what is. When the mind is perfectly clear, what is is what we want.”
– Byron Katie, Loving What Is

This book really helps you embrace reality and arrive at a place of deeper
peace and acceptance, which after all, is something we’re all striving for.
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:47

10 ways to connect with your higher purpose right now

A few days ago we sent you a video from Brian that showed you how to
discover your life's purpose in under 5 seconds.

And today we just wanted to expand on that -- and introduce you to one
powerful practice that can help you instantly tap into your highest self.



>>> Just check out Brian's latest video to find out what it is :-)

Not only can this practice help you tap into your purpose…

It's also been scientifically proven to decrease anxiety, pain, depression,
and anger… All while boosting your attention, wellbeing, and even
strengthening your immune system.

(If you already do it, you might have guessed what we're talking about by
now!)

In the video, Brian's going to give you 5 reasons why this practice is so
powerful - along with 10 tips to help you get started around minute 6:23.

PS: Brian digs into a few of his favorite Notes for this one. So if you're
interested in learning more, just watch for his recommended reads.

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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:49

"Blissipline"? What's that?

hink about the first thing you do every morning

Maybe it's taking a shower. Eating breakfast. Combing your hair.

Chances are, as soon as you wake up you try to start off your day with your
physical needs cared for.

But what about your mental and emotional needs?

The truth is, most of us just don't take the time to feed our minds in the morning.
We don't start out each day happy and inspired.

And that's a huge problem. That's why, starting today, we want you to start a
new habit…

>>> It's time to start living with Blissipline.

What is Blissipline? Well, it's a little concept thought up by Brian Johnson, the
creator of Philosophers Notes.

It's the idea that the most important thing you can do each day is to keep yourself
excited, inspired, and grateful throughout the day.

You may already know some of the tools for creating Blissipline in your own life.
Like meditating each day, or feeding your mind with a good book.

You can even get your Bliss on by listening to a Philosophers Note on your way
to work or while eating breakfast. Smile

So our question to you today is this aurélie iparraguirre…

Are you ready to start injecting 20 minutes of Bliss into your life each and every
morning by listening to a Philosophers Note a day?

>>> Yes! I'm ready to order the Philosophers Note library now.

One more thing: don't forget that special discount -- as low as 72 cents per note.
That's $20 off the full library. It's only good for another 2 days, so don't wait to
place your order.

To your blissful life,

The Philosophers Notes Team

PS: Remember, all Philosophers Notes packages will come with the 5 bonus
Focus Zen tracks to help you do more with your mind and get more out of
each day. But this offer (discount + Focus Zen Bonus) is only available for
the next 48 hours.

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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:50

But imagine yourself 20 years in the future. Think about all your different goals.
Your hopes and dreams.

Can you see it yet?

Great. Now take a moment and really think about your life today.

Think about all of it -- your daily routine, your typical day at work, even think about the
little details like how you spend your lunch break or whether you daydream while you're
shopping at the grocery store.

Now it's time to ask yourself something

Is the life you're living today supporting the life you want to be living 20 years down
the road?

Are you pushing yourself toward your goals? Constantly learning and growing in ways
that will help you make your life truly epic?

Or do you put it off by mindlessly watching TV or surfing the web…telling yourself,
"I'll work on it tomorrow"?

If you're one of those people who puts off working toward your goals, don't worry --
your secret is safe with us. Wink

Look, there's a ton of reasons why people don't do things we know we "should" do.

We don't have enough free time. We're already overwhelmed with work and family.
Or we just don't know what steps to take to make our dreams a reality.

But it doesn't have to be this way, aurélie iparraguirre.

There's a secret successful people and leaders know, and it's really simple when
you think about it…

Listen to what other successful people have done before…and follow in their footsteps.

It's just as true whether you're looking for spiritual enlightenment or a booming business.

>>> And Philosophers Notes is the quickest, easiest, and most relaxing way to do just
that.

Think about it. Instead of having to try to make the time to read an entire book…while
juggling work, family commitments, and routine chores…

You can plug in and absorb the wisdom of thought leaders like Tony Robbins or Deepak
Chopra literally while you shop for groceries, do the dishes, or even clean the litterbox.

So you effectively program your mind to work toward your goals, hopes, and dreams --
without taking any extra time out of your day.

Now it's time to imagine yourself in 20 years again… If your future self could look back
to the present and speak to you, what do you think they would say?

And be really honest with yourself.

Would they tell you how happy their are with their lives right now? Or would they start
telling you all about their biggest regrets -- the missed opportunities, the wasted time
when you could have been pursuing your dreams?

There are only 24 hours left to claim your discount on the Philosophers Notes library,
aurélie iparraguirre. So if you want to take action, to take this first step towards that you
that you want to become...

>>> Then click here to order your Philosophers Notes package now.

It may be the best thing you do for yourself -- past and future -- today.

We're waiting for you!

The Philosophers Notes Team


PS: By the way, every single package we offer is backed by a 90-Day unconditional
money back guarantee. So if you're worried about making this investment in yourself,
you have the chance to try Philosophers Notes for 3 whole months before making
a commitment.

That's long enough to absorb the knowledge of nearly 100 books
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:51

Quick reminder -- you only have 6 hours left to order Philosophers Notes
at a special discount and get your 5 FREE Focus Zen tracks.

After that, you can still order your Notes at the regular price, but the bonus
tracks will be gone for good
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:51

Tap into your life's purpose in under 5 seconds?

>>> Check it out and learn to connect with your higher purpose in just 5 seconds :-)

Because when you learn how to tap into your higher self… Awesome things
start to happen.

Suddenly you're in touch with a greater sense of hope, optimism, creativity, joy,
and energy - everything you need to really build the epic life you're after.

It's actually incredibly simple once you know this trick.

>>> Check out the video to see why.


Enjoy!

The Philosophers Notes Team

Every moment, you're given a simple choice that can completely change
the way you look at the world.

video

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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:52

Now that you've had a chance to try Philosophers Notes for free, we wanted to
extend a very special offer to let you check out the entire collection risk-free...

>>> How would you like to get all 180 Philosophers Notes for just $1? :-)

Think about it aurélie iparraguirre -- you've already taken the first step. Do you want to
stop here and stay exactly where you are now? Or do you want to keep learning,
growing, and evolving?

Do you want to absorb even more powerful knowledge? To keep changing your
life with more transformative big ideas?

Life is a never ending learning journey.

And now that you're on this path - don't stray from it. Continue your growth.

Thousands of people worldwide are already changing their lives with Philosophers
Notes.

But still, there are some people who are holding back. We can understand.

For some it's the price of the program. $149 can be a considerable investment,
after all.

For some it's uncertainty. Will you have time for all the Notes? Will it really work
for you?

Because we want as many people as possible to be able to access these powerful
ideas, we want to make these concerns obsolete for you.

That's why we're giving you 10 days of full access to the full 180 Philosophers
Notes collection.
The collection covers some of the best sellers, like Flow by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi,
Strength for Life by Shawn Phillips or A New Earth by Eckhart Toll.

And this is your chance to experience them all - with practically zero upfront payment.

We'll keep this $1 trial on the table only for 72 hrs. So if you want to give the full
program a try, act quickly
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:53

building Strength For Life

Some food for thought...

“Your body, the only one you will ever have, is the foundation of your life.
And it’s either an anchor limiting your freedom and potential, or a source
of radiant energy, vitality and joy, elevating your life and the lives of those
around you. It’s your choice… will yours be a source of strength, from which
you will impact the world, or an obstacle, preventing you from your dreams
and desires?”
– Strength For Life, by Shawn Phillips

Today is day 20 of the challenge, and we’ll be studying Strength For Life,
by Shawn Phillips.

This incredibly empowering book is not just about transforming your body,
but your life too. A must-read for anyone looking for the strength, courage and
determination to really take things up a notch.

To a stronger you

(which includes notes from nearly 200 of the most influential books of all-time)?
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:53

The Power of Intention

Ah, the power of intention. What a magical thing, eh?

Today's day 22 of the Philosophers Notes Challenge and we'll be studying easily one
of the top 10 most influential reads of all time, Wayne Dyer's The Power of Intention.

“Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.”
– Wayne Dyer, The Power of Intention

To take part in today's challenge, just watch Brian Johnson's video where he reveals his
biggest "aha!" moment from the book, and then just share any comments, thoughts and
wisdom you have on the book – as we'd love to get a discussion going.

>>>Click here to take part in today’s challenge


But before we do that, let's take a look at what Sharon Shultz from Lakeview, Ohio says
about the challenge so far:

"This is awesome stuff you are offering. I love the videos as I'm a very visual person and
the information comes alive because Brian is Sooooooooo energized in his presentations.
Maybe you could do Mp3's or something so we can listen to these and other talks over
and over – in the car, taking a walk/jog etc. I'd like to start my day with this kind of inspiration
and motivation EVERY day! TY Brian."

If you too would like to get access to Brian's entire collection of Philosophers Notes
(which comes in either PDF format or as a downloadable MP3), and features his insights
from nearly 200 of the most transformative books of all time, get your copy here>>>

To your setting your power of intention
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:57

We've gotten some great feedback on the program already. Here's just
a few of the comments we've received:

"A great way to begin each day with focused intention and positive visualization.
Makes me realize and become more aware of the power of focused thought and
feeling intention."
- James Westly

"I think this is a fabulous idea. I have many of the books included but don't seem
to get the time to read them. Having short audios & pdfs lets us have an overview
and when can then go to the book/audio if want to follow it through further."
- Kathy Ballantyne

"This idea is brilliant. I am glad they didn't get just anyone to do it. The note that
I read seemed to get to the crux of the book. The heart of it. There is so much to
learn, and I love books, but this gives me a chance to get to some of the great
ones I might not have had a chance to. Thanks Brian and Vishen. And I like the
community idea also."
- Nadia Hagberg

Remember, this special offer is good for the next 48 hours ONLY, so don't wait
to try it out.

Hope this brings a little extra wisdom to your day

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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:58

Have you had a chance to try out your free Philosophers Note yet?

Before you begin, we wanted to share 2 powerful tips in under 4 mins to help you
get the MOST of your note (and hack your learning habit while you're at it too).

Watch this video, and watch for the part where Vishen reveals Tony Robbins
gigantic shoe. (Yes, there's a lesson there, we promise!)

Video is only 4 mins. But the two "life hacks" shared will save you hours on your day
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:58

Just in case you missed it, yes, in yesterday's video we announced a very
special deal on the full Philosophers Notes package.

>>> You can check it out here.

For the next 6 days only, we're offering our different Philosophers Notes
packages for as low as 72 cents per note.

Compared to the cost of a paperback book, we think that's a steal.

Just think of how you'll transform your life when you start using these notes
in your free time. A quick listen during your commute, while cooking dinner,
at the gym...

Without taking any extra time out of your day - BOOM, you'll start unleashing
more of yourself and more of your soul as these little nuggets of wisdom kick in.

You'll suddenly start unleashing your greatest self with the wisdom of the ages.

Again, this special price isn't going to last long -- so if you want to take advantage
of this deal you need to order in the next 6 days.

Think of it as our way of saying "thank you" for trying out Philosophers Notes

To your transformation

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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 11:59

A quote to start your day (read between the lines)

An appropriate quote for you today...

“I've been making a list of the things they don't teach you at school. They don't
teach you how to love somebody. They don't teach you how to be famous.
They don't teach you how to be rich or how to be poor. They don't teach you
how to walk away from someone you don't love any longer. They don't teach
you how to know what's going on in someone else's mind. They don't teach
you what to say to someone who's dying. They don't teach you anything
worth knowing.”

― Neil Gaiman, The Sandman, Vol. 9: The Kindly Ones

We love Gaiman. And we love Wisdom.

We think Neil's right. Somewhat. Ok, he has a flair for the dramatic. But truly,
did you really learn the things that you truly need to live an epic life in school?

This is what we're seeking to do with Philosophers Notes. In just a few mins
daily...at a ridiculously low cost...give people the education we all missed.

So far over 48,000 people have signed up to grab their free Note, and the bulk
of them have gone on to grab the full Philosophers Note packages.

If you haven't made the leap yet, here's 3 good reasons why today might just
be the best day to to get Philosophers Notes.

>>> Here's the link to get started

THREE reasons...

Reason #1: If you start today you can consume all 180 'big idea' books
in half year

You'd be surprised what you can accomplish when you establish a new daily
routine!

Did you know that the average person reads only 15 books a year?

At that rate, reading 180 books would take most people 12 years.

But if you do what Dana did…you can tackle those 12 years of books
in just about 6 months. Smile

Here's what she had to say:

"I got Philosophers Notes when they first came out and they quickly became
essential to my daily routine. I listened on my commute each morning. I love
Brian's contagious enthusiasm as he reads the audios. It's not just 'note-like',
but is very engaging as he describes what's important and why. He really
charged me up to face the new day. At first I was concerned for the authors
of the original books, but I went on to purchase and read many of the full
volumes: books I would not have known about otherwise. The notes area
a wonderful introduction to life-changing work. This is definitely a win-win
for everyone."

-- Dana Reynolds

Reason #2: Starting today, you can transform the least productive time
of your day into the most inspirational moments.

How much time do you spend each day on the boring, repetitive tasks that do
nothing to expand your mind?

Like shopping for groceries. Driving to work. Washing the dishes.

Even if you wanted to spend that extra time reading…it's physically impossible.

That's what makes the audio versions of the notes so powerful -- you can load
them onto your phone or mp3 player and effortlessly expand your mind in those
extra minutes throughout the day.

Here's how one budding philosopher is putting his Notes to work:

"I am proud that I have made a great investment in Philosopher's notes. It is
really coooool and game changing. For a voracious readers like me, (I really
don't have time). I have to go to college, then back to work, then friends and
parties. I find time to read a book, but some books are relatively big and so
it takes me a lot of time. But I downloaded all philospher's notes in my mobile.
I listen to them in my bike drives, during surfing and also during my night dusky
eye closing time (I find it awesome when I listen to them before sleep.)
The passion with which Brian talks is really great, he observes the most
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voice. He even suggests some must read books. I have read the power of thinking
big, meditations, millionaire mind and I guess have listened more than 27 books
(precisely). I have shifted my small 10000 bucks to 100000 bucks business.
(of course I am in desperate need to grow) I am not a promoter or sort of hig big
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invest on this. I bet it will be game changing."

--Chetan

Reason #3: You will never again find yourself staring at a bookshelf
struggling to choose which book to pick up...

Simply put, Philosophers Notes are a great way to find new favorite authors.

For those of you who LOVE books but find yourself overwhelmed by all the books
on the shelves, this is a big one. Smile

So instead of investing hours or days of your life to find out if a new author really
"speaks" to you…

Now you can discover new favorites in only 20 minutes:

"I enjoyed learning about Rich Dad, Poor Dad. I may check out the real book now."
-- Rhonda Robinson

"Loved it, great tool to discover books and knowledge." -- Nancy Diaz Lemmon

"I've long been a fan of audible books and book summaries on CDs, but this takes
it to another level with the pdf (with side notes). I also loved Brian's personality
coming through. I think the brevity of the summary works well - a succinct overview
and if I want more, I can always get the book. Very cool." -- Marilyn Mal Greenfield

So now our question to you is…

Do you want to establish a powerful new daily routine? One that will expand your
mind while doing laundry or washing dishes? That will allow you to discover powerful
new authors you never would have found otherwise?

Have fun getting your wisdom on

A quick reminder... Remember, our special discount ends in just 5 days.

Don't miss your chance to take advantage of this offer - order now.
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MessageSujet: Re: philosophy   Jeu 15 Mai - 12:05

for a little on-the-go enlightenment

To your expanding wisdom

The Power of Full Engagement

Can you believe it's been 30 days already?

During this time, Brian has taken us on a soulful journey where we've dug deep
into our subconscious and explored what's been holding us back, we've
discovered new ways to strengthen our body in conjunction with our mind, and
we've also looked at success and abundance – and how we can become more
fruitful while staying true to ourselves.

So to end this mind, body and soul-aligning challenge, we’ll be looking at a book
that explains a key principle that leads to success in all of these areas.

That book is The Power Of Full Engagement, By Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz.

“The ultimate measure of our lives is not how much time we spend on the planet,
but rather how much energy we invest in the time that we have. The premise of
this book… is simple enough: Performance, health and happiness are grounded
in the skillful management of energy.”
– The Power of Full Engagement, Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz

So to take part in this last challenge, as always, just check out Brian’s video where
he reveals his biggest “aha!” moments from today’s book, and share which
nuggets of wisdom resonated the most with you – from today’s book, or any of
the other challenges!

>>>Click here to take part in today’s challenge


To your continued journey of personal growth,

The Philosophers Notes Team,
@Mindvalley

P.S. Parting is such sweet sorrow, so to express our gratitude for taking part in
the Philosophers Notes Challenge, we’ll be sending a special gift to your inbox tomorrow.
We can’t reveal what it is just yet... but make sure you keep an eye out for our email!

started expanding their knowledge.

Money.

It can be the cause of greed, envy, jealousy – and even the break-up of friendships
and marriages.

However, it can also ensure that you not only get to live your desired lifestyle... but
that you have the freedom to implement some of your grander dreams.

It's this juxtaposition that often causes the biggest issues between people when it
comes to the “M” word.

Which is why today's book in the challenge, Rich Dad, Poor Dad, by Robert Kiyosaki,
is an international best-seller (the Rich Dad, Poor Dad series has sold an incredible
26 million copies!) because it examines the different relationships we have with money
from an emotional point of view.

“One dad would say, ‘The love of money is the root of all evil.’ The other, ‘The lack of
money is the root of all evil.’ One dad had a habit of saying, ‘I can’t afford it.’ The other
dad forbade those words to be used. He insisted I say, ‘How can I afford it?’”
– Robert Kiyosaki, Rich Dad, Poor Dad

This book is an awesome read as it makes us question whether our mindset towards
money is preventing us from reaching a healthy level of abundance.

To take part in today’s challenge, you know the drill.
Just watch Brian’s video where he reveals his biggest insights from the book, and then
share your comments, thoughts or discoveries!
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