Monda Morning Medicine: Help, I Have Fallen off the TSS Wagon!

Posted by Trevor Blake on 9 February 2014 | 5 Comments

Happy Monday morning everyone,

 

wavesThanks to all of you who have signed up for the first TSS course, The Physics of Success. In a short time I will be charging three times the price for this course so make hay while the sun shines. $299 is a bargain for learning how to free the magic wand. All proceeds go to cancer R&D and if not entirely, absolutely, completely, categorically, unequivocally, beyond satisfied, orgasmically ecstatic by what demystifying quantum physics does for you… then you can have your money back. How is that for a guarantee?

Sign up at Course. In a couple of weeks I will send a fresh meeting link and some pre meeting course work (all fun)

This week’s podcast is about what falling off the TSS wagon feels like and what to do about it. Thanks to “A” for providing the inspiration for the podcast.

 

Have a brilliant week.

 

Cheers

Trev

5 Comments

  1. Natalie says:

    HI Trevor,
    Thank you for this podcast – just what I needed. I too, find that my commitment to TSS and QT seems to ebb and flow – some weeks I’m in the “groove” and cannot wait to do my QT in the morning. Then, I don’t do it one day and before I know it’s been 3 days without QT or the walks in nature – I am grumpy and tired…. The best part – is that it’s easy to return to the practice anytime and start feeling calm, connected and inspired again pretty much immediately!
    It always helps me to watch one of the inspiring videos or podcasts you’ve shared on how these practice change peoples lives and I’m excited to have my Quiet Time again!

  2. Cosmin says:

    Did anybody tell you that you sound like the Geico lizard? Must be the wizard’s calm-warming voice, which I actually enjoy very much, same as the commercials. Thanks for the podcast – it helps to know you’re not perfect and that your wife doesn’t need quite time. Mine neither. That’s actually my biggest challenge in life, since she’s got such a strong personality, which is why I fell in love with her in the first place. The “charging three times more” trick, worked for me – I’m signing up right now…:-).

    Thanks a bunch for all of it and have a lovely week!

  3. Jeff Jones says:

    Hi Trevor,

    I’m just beginning my Three Steps journey. I really appreciate you bringing it down to the ground and not making it sound like if you fall off you’re done! You know like “What’s wrong with you? What were you thinking?”

    It does my heart good to know you struggle with it as well. I never got the impression from you it was a religion but I also did not know how much you needed it as well.

    BTW, I LOVE your less than 10 minute podcasts every week! I get so tired of people thinking if it’s not at least thirty minutes then it’s not good enough. I wish I could tell you how many podcasts I’ve passed on because they were ridiculously long. I’m sure I’ve missed some things but I am a firm believer that if it can’t be said in 30 minutes or less, you’re just not focusing on the important message.

    Jeff

  4. Matt says:

    Hi Trevor,

    So, I work in in news advertising. Two of the things we’re supposed to avoid with Three Simple Steps. That’s how I make a living.

    How do you suggest a mentality shield for the business I’m in?

    Thanks!

    • Trevor says:

      Matt, now that is what I call a fun challenge. Lots of people who work in media don’t actually watch what they produce. I worked most of my adult life in pharmaceuticals but refuse ever to take a prescription for anything :) The pharma industry is constantly criticized, sometimes justifiably, so I found a way to show that there was a better way of doing it. Maybe that’s why you are there. Does news advertising always have to be around something negative? People like me would be more likely to be attracted to an advert if there was a picture of a cute dog next to it rather than a sensational headline about disaster :)

      Cheers
      Trev

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