December 2018 Newsletter


We have been teaching hypnosis for the last 30 years. Because it continues to be evidence-based as a tool that overcomes limitations, it is one of the quickest and most effective self-interventions to make lasting change. Hypnosis is an avenue to both access your potential to overcome what holds you back. Whether the obstacles pop up in work, relationships, or changing negative habit patterns, hypnotic strategies help you decide to be more heart centered.

In order to do this, we access the power to make emotional choices. At that choice point where we can either move in the direction of negativity, being snarky, or spilling bad temper onto others, we can choose to use empathy, compassion, and understanding. There is always a space right after you have a negative thought where you decide whether to share it. At times the space may go by quickly. But if you begin to watch for it, you can intentionally make a shift and express a heart centered emotion. Then ask yourself, what is going on that you are thinking so negatively. What is the pain behind the anger?

Recent research in neuro-cardiology demonstrates that the heart has its own nervous system. In Neurocardiology J. Andrew Armour found that the heart makes its own “decisions” about functioning apart from the central nervous system and communicates with the brain. Heartmath labs found that the heart is the center for intuition and responds first to images randomly flashed on a computer screen before the mind actually perceives them.

When you change your mindset from anxious to calm and positive expectation which hypnosis conditions, you become more aware of feelings and mental states that drive negative patterns. Rather than trying to change your thoughts, it is much easier to shift into a more relaxed state of mind. Try our gift to you at this holiday season and notice what is different for you.



In a quiet room without interruptions, sit in a comfortable chair and close your eyes. Notice your feet on the floor provide you with grounding to the earth. Your back can sense the chair you sit in that offers good enough support.

Take a couple of nice easy breaths and begin to notice just how comfort spreads in your body. Feel your muscles letting go and imagine the body releases all unnecessary tension just like a lake evaporates steam on a cool morning. Let yourself begin to feel more comfortable.

Focus on your heart and imagine breathing in and out through this seat of intuition and love. Bring to mind someone you love and feel the warmth from the feeling your heart generates. Rest in this emotion for a couple of minutes. Count yourself down from 10-1 slowly and feel more tension leave as each number is smaller.

Now let yourself move down deeply inside yourself and enjoy the amazing comfort you create. Notice as you move deeper and deeper that you come to a place inside yourself that is beneath any concern, anxiety, sadness, or troubled feeling. This is the place of inner safety, comfort, security; it is your inner sanctuary where your best self resides.

Now think about how your best self can guide you to overcome a challenge you have. Don’t struggle with the information. Just be open. And if nothing comes yet let that be ok.

Marvel how interesting it is to notice that you have the ability to have no worry. In fact, the less your worry, the more opportunity you give your unconscious to generate amazing ideas or solutions.

Take all the time you need. When you are ready you can count yourself back up slowly. Allow the feeling of being refreshed to spread over your body and your mind. And then look forward to the rest of your day and stay tuned to synchronistic events and opportunities that occur. It really seems magical!

Upcoming Activities:

February 7-8 join us in Baltimore for our popular Hypnosis for Trauma and PTSD. 

March 28-29 join us in Denver for the same course. 

April 4-5 join us in Boston for the same course.

May 30-31 join us in Seattle for the same course.


Have wonderful Holidays.


Carol and Bill

November 2018 Newsletter


Life transitions enter your awareness with endings. Children leaving for school or getting married, having a book published, coming home after a trip, or losing a parent can all be difficult experiences that pull up feelings of vulnerability and confusion.

Letting go of the familiar and stepping into uncertainty begins the liminal exploration of re-examining your way of being. The space between this and that; crossing the threshold from the old place to the new; friends that come and go after a visit, shifting from an active state to a more contemplative one is the liminal process. But the pull into the unknown is too strong to do anything else. Unexpected circumstances may precede the process of a personal inner shift that is neuro-psychological and accompanied by a natural resistance. The mind loves the familiar but demands the novel and then seeks calm serenity.

The inner experience is a reckoning of what to do; of who to be, and how to define personal meaning. At times you feel an inner desire to make a change in your work, your relationship, your place of living; other times you are plunged into a change through illness, loss, or intense curiosity to understand your self at a deeper level.
Your emotional response to change can be so surprisingly intense that you don’t quite know what to do. Grief can be overwhelming, fear stands in the way of sleep, and uncertainty and feeling helpless arise to block discerning a course of action. But when you pause in the busyness of each day, a deep part of yourself emerges that yearns for transformation into something more meaningful.

Trusting the process of change by understanding the stages of change is important. Acknowledging the Ending state first allows you to move into accepting the Not Knowing space between before and after a change. By going deeply into yourself through meditation, walking in nature, or sitting by the ocean, you facilitate the process of Transformation, the third state, of even your neural processes.

Most inner change occurs at a deeper level of consciousness. Deeper states reprogram the mind. The liminal state; that space between beta and delta, brain frequencies, is a source of both creativity and the place where old beliefs often based in trauma are transformed. It is the sacred inner space that heals. By practicing deep states of mind, you can:

  • Resolve past issues and troubling inner conflicts
  • Expand awareness
  • Change a habit
  • Set goals and achieve them
  • Improve a skill through mental practice
  • Tap into immense creativity
  • Improve a relationship by developing “in-sight” into your projections
  • Understanding what Life purpose calls you
  • Prepare your mind for a new experience or adventure

As you sit with feet on the floor, take yourself down to the edge of sleep and become as quiet as possible. If your mind frets or tries to solve problems, let the thoughts go and focus on the inner sanctuary within you. You may want to focus on the imaginary space between your ears or the space in your abdomen or your pleasant memories of observing a blue ocean move gently over the shore. Sit in that liminal space as long as you can before returning to the room. And when you come back, notice what is different inside you.


Upcoming Activities:

We will be teaching November 8-9 2018, 2 Day Intensive Neuroscience Certificate Course: Bring the Brain into Therapy in the Chicago area

Our online course, Hypnosis for Trauma and PTSD is available with

Pick up a copy of our book The Worry-Free Mind


Have a wonderful November!

Carol and Bill

October Newsletter


Neuroscience continues to explode cutting edge information about the abilities humans have to overcome adversity and past trauma. When experiencing trauma, we go into overdrive with increased heart rate, adrenaline, norepinephrine, and experience the fight or flight response. It is difficult to turn the reaction down even long after the traumatic event occurred. When gently stimulated, the vagal nerve activates the parasympathetic system, which is the relaxation response and calms the body/mind.

Learning to stimulate the vagal nerve, which runs from the brain to the intestine, can lead to more relaxation and feelings of safety.  Locate the area between the back of the jaw bone and throat. Gently press with two fingers and notice a feeling of relaxation. Be sure and don’t press too hard.

Other activities to stimulate the vagal nerve include:

  • Taking a cold shower
  • Singing
  • Deep breathing
  • 5-HTP
  • Intermittent Fasting
  • Exercise
  • Massage
  • Being outside in the sun
  • Laughing
  • Social interaction with exchange of love and empathy

While trauma needs more attention than these suggestions, they are a beginning to shift over-active states to calm relaxation.


Carol and Bill will be teaching a 2-day certificate course in Anaheim California  Intensive Neuroscience: Bring the Brain into Therapy. Oct 18-19

Our online course, Hypnosis for Trauma and PTSD is available with

Pick up a copy of our book  The Worry-Free Mind


Carol and Bill

What’s your Story

Every day we have surprising experiences that can flip us into a reactive story of hurt, anger, resentment, and then ruminate about it in what can become an internal elaborate story. Usually a negative emotional experience in present time activates an old belief that defines us as less than who we want to be in some way.  In those moments we have amnesia for contradictory learnings that defined us as the person we desired to be.

Ruth had an experience where she spoke to a colleague in her office, and the response she received sounded angry and annoyed.  In fact, the other person wouldn’t even look at her. Ruth asked herself if she had done something to warrant that kind of reaction, and she couldn’t think of anything. And there wasn’t time to ask her colleague about it at the time so she decided to wait until the time was right to bring it up if it seemed appropriate later. But she still felt disturbed and upset that her colleague pulled emotionally away from her without explanation.  It reminded her of the similar dynamics in her family that led her to believe that something was wrong with her.

Many years of martial arts and meditation training allowed Ruth to emotionally take a step back and rather than spend wasted time in a fictional story about some office conspiracy that had everyone making plans against her, she took a deep breath and kindly said to herself, “I wonder what is going on with her?” She reviewed some times in her past when she felt great about interactions that left her feeling confidant and self-assured.

Ruth appreciated the mind training she had received that allowed her to quickly return to a calm state rather than lingering in a version of herself that belied a fearful state to which was attached her vulnerable dominant belief from early childhood, that something was inherently wrong with her.  Instead she shifted into the best version of herself who was kind, understanding, empathic, confident, and used self-awareness tools to maintain a sense of emotional stability.


Carol and Bill are busy creating several new programs. They will be in Anaheim California Oct 18-19 teaching a 2-Day  Intensive Neuroscience Certificate Course: Bring the Brain into Therapy. where practical skills and interventions that lead to emotional stability through belief, state change, and neuro-reprogramming will be taught based in the latest neuroscience research.

Our online course, Hypnosis for Trauma and PTSD is available with

Pick up a copy of our book  The Worry-Free Mind

Have a wonderful September.


Carol and Bill

August Newsletter


In our course for Esalen Institute, Life at the Edge of Possibility, we created a Treasure Map that showed where life treasure such as achieving goals, having great relationships, and enough finances, were located on an island.  But the seeker had many obstacles standing in the way of finding the treasure.

Wouldn’t it be helpful to have an Obi-Wan Kenobi or Gandalf-type figure who could not only offer specific advice on handling day-to-day business decisions, but more importantly, guide you to the people and places that would make a difference in your career long term?

The truth is that you do.  Within your mind is the unconscious which when you are quiet gives constant inner notices and information about what is the best decision and things to notice, such as synchronicities.  By using specific meditations to quiet the inner chatter, you have greater access to this power. One useful practice is to imagine the number 1 on your inner screen and as you exhale, visualize the number moving away from you.  The mind will give you all sorts of distracting thoughts. The practice is to allow them to come and go and return your attention to the number one. Doing this meditation replicates transcendental meditation and when you stay with it, amazing results occur.


Watch for our offering for a special 24 hour special for our online course with Pesi, called Hypnosis for Trauma and PTSD for people in the states.  This course has been so popular we are opening it to Australia and Europe in the next few weeks.

In October we will be in Anaheim teaching our new course: Intensive Neuroscience Certificate Course: Bring the Brain into Therapy.  This is 2 days of the latest information on strategy and intervention in the most difficult cases.

Have a great rest of the summer?   And pick up a copy of our book: The Worry-Free Mind



Carol and Bill

Hypnosis for Trauma and PTSD is now available online.

Hypnosis for Trauma and PTSD has been so popular around the states that Pesi decided to offer it online. While the course is designed for therapists, the information is easy to understand by anyone.  Please click here to read about it and register.

July Newsletter


The human mind/body is remarkable in its ability to heal and thrive.  Most people live in such high states of stress that they don’t remember what happened yesterday. Being out of touch with yourself leads to one day blending into the next in a numbed experience of life.  When stress levels are over the roof, they begin to seem normal.  But they impact memory, feeling well, problem-solving, and the garden of our relationships.  We then tend to forget to nurture those aspects of life that give us the most meaning.  Writer Ann Lamont said it humorously and well; “my mind is a bad neighborhood I try not to go into alone.”

Ask yourself these questions:  Where do I personally need to make a change?  What would make my life more satisfying; more engaged, more joyful?  What negative patterns do I still find myself repeating? Can I identify unconscious fears that impact my life?

Our culture generally doesn’t promote emotional regulation where being calm, meditative, using inner examination to upgrade the mind is important.  But we have many more abilities than most know.  The ability to step aside from feelings, calm the mind/brain through breathing and mindfulness, and essentially live in self-management each day is available. Our thoughts emerge from practiced mental states. Mental mastery leads to transformation where we truly understand ourselves and the “other”.

The deep self that creates deep change or transformation is that part of each person that is without anxiety, depression, or angst.  It resides in your inner sanctuary where the mind is actually quiet. This is the place where internal resources reside; the level of mind where all of your learning throughout your life is recorded like confidence, courage, persistence, facing fears, taking risks, and making commitments to goals. As we practice our resourceful states, we expand our perceptions of what is possible. But how do you reach that inner place of amazing calm and wisdom?

Just as we exercise our muscles, we must work out our self- regulation muscle through meditation, heart-rate variability training, simple hand warming practice, walks through nature, or gentle yoga.  Being with a group of like-minded people is helpful to reinforce the practices.  These activities bring both enlightenment and adventure.  But the deepest state of mind is amazing in its ability to heal and transform.


We will be launching a new online course through Pesi on Hypnosis for Trauma and PTSD where we talk about deep change through deep states of mind.  Watch for the announcement from them and us July 19.  We have taught this course around the country, and it has been so popular that Pesi wants to make it available to their entire list.

October  18-19 2018 we will be in Anaheim California teaching a new course:  2 Day Intensive Neuroscience:  Bring the Brain into Therapy where we will share the most cutting edge information to make your therapy and your life more effective.

November 8-9 2018 we will be in Chicago teaching the same course.

As always, we are available to provide consultations personally and professional over Contact Carol at or Bill at

We encourage you to activate your aliveness, presence, and self-compassion by being with what speaks to your heart.



Carol and Bill



We pass through several developmental stages as we grow and add new skills and strategies to successful living.  Throughout life, there are several kinds of skill learning: learning to walk, talk, read, write, logical thinking etc. There are social skills needed that include individuation, separation, and attachment.  A person can basically function with these skills. But at some point we need to mature the mind and upgrade how we perceive and operate in the world.

A more mature skill is emotional regulation.  A child who cannot have what he or she wants, may throw a tantrum until the child learns how to stop the inner agitation.  Other important learnings include the mental exercise of shifting out of depressive thinking and learning how to support your body/mind with great nutrition so that your mental environment is stable.  While this is impossible to accomplish all of the time, it is an important goal.  Then the next level is learning what we call the Whole Brain State where you are calm, in flow, in touch with spirituality, and practicing joy.

A depth of understanding, intuition, compassion, and mature thinking emerges from the Whole Brain State.  This dimension of the self is crucial to avoid being swept up in the chaos fracturing social ethics and boundaries we see happening and gives us the ability to rise above it all.

We now have technology that speeds this process up.  In a few days using deep states with feedback from alpha/theta training, higher states of awareness develop along with a calmer nervous system and more management over emotional reactions. This leads to creating a much more positive future.  We have trained many clients with this technology over the last 20 years and seen remarkable results. In our new course we will be offering soon called A Whole Brain State of Mind:  The New Neuroscience of Activating Brain Plasticity and Turning on States of Flow.  We give you this experience online where you learn how to recognize your core life patterns and shift the negative ones without long term therapy.  Everyone has amazing abilities to heal.


Carol and Bill just had an invited article published called “Resilience Training: Using Flow States to Move from Anxiety and Depression to Optimal States of Thriving” for The Neuropsychotherapist Journal out of Sydney Australia.

Bill and Carol were just invited to teach in Australia in 2020. Watch for details.

We will be teaching in Palo Alto and Sacramento California June 19-22

October we will be teaching a new 2-day Course on practical Neuroscience for psychotherapy in Anaheim, California.

November, We will be teaching a new course on how to use the latest neuroscience in therapy in Chicago.



Carol and Bill


May Newsletter


The wizard of Oz in Emerald City granted the Lion, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, Dorothy, and finally himself the things they really wanted.

The Lion wanted Courage.

The Tin Man wanted a Heart.

The Scarecrow wanted a Brain

Dorothy wanted to go home.

The Wizard wanted Love.

And they were all caught in a limited reality.

They were living their version of reality which just happened to coincide with each other’s experience based on what they lacked.  Once they received their personal gifts, they changed the way they lived. By changing states and realizing they had what they wanted all along, they altered their beliefs about what was possible.

The world tells us that what we see is reality. But the brain is the generator of reality.  And we have the ability to experience multiple states of mind. Some people use altered states of consciousness to receive information and help in life. This might include prayer, opening to the source, visualization, remote viewing.  You can in fact curve reality.

We have more influence in our lives by living from a state of possibility and opportunity.  This is the state where you are pulled by goals, perhaps astounding visions for yourself, you see open doors, synchronicities, and you feel connected to people.  You feel part of a “we” and your group is important.

You begin to have amazing intuition that can be applied to life and business.

Inspiration fuels intention and action where your deep spirit energy wants fulfillment.

The future of Oz is an evolving place beyond the mundane where you make reality more of what you want by using the new tools we teach. When you begin to biohack the brain, access the resources of mind, exercise, and shift your nutrition, you begin to care more about yourself and others.  Compassion, gratitude, forgiveness, living in desired states, shifting the interior condition to determine the outcome are supportive processes.  Using fitness-fuel for the body, and future dreaming as a vision for life, feeling supported by the universe, and learning about the science of synchrony between people gives you the life you want. This is not without challenge and practice. As you really listen deeply to yourself each day, you hold a resonant open heart-space for what is emerging from the best future.  The critical voices of judgment, cynicism, and fear become silent in this space.  In this generative state beyond ego as you step into spirit, you become profoundly present to yourself.  This is the new Oz where the wizard is you.

Watch for our new program that presents the source code of accelerated life transformation.  This program goes way beyond self-help.  You can rewire your brain.  You can build your mind to work for you.  You can be physically and mentally healthy.  You can learn to deal with the disruptive change we see everywhere by upgrading your entire operating system and becoming aware that the external issues mirror our own internal ones.

(Thanks to our friend, Richard Hill for the title, who lives down under.)


Carol and Bill will be teaching in Palo Alto June 19-20 and Sacramento June 21-22, 2018 2 Day Hypnosis for Trauma and PTSD

October we will be teaching in Anaheim a new 2 day course on the latest Neuroscience discoveries for clinicians.



Carol and Bill


What if attaining deep spiritual experiences to better relationships to making more money came down to one “gold” key that needed to be used to unlock your growth and evolution? Your mind constantly chatters and engages in self-criticism. What you haven’t done, how your finances are lacking, how you need to eat less, how you look compared to people at the gym, etc in ongoing mental drama. You are literally tied up to your own negative theater of mind.

In order to break free from yourself, you must interrupt these normal tendencies of mind or you become enslaved to your own drama. How do you do this? The mental chatter can only occur when you turn on habitual patterns of thinking and mental states. The good news is that neuroscience has informed us we are not our bodies, our minds, our brains; we are observers with powerful attentional processes who choose what to focus on. Think about it. You observe your mental dialogue; you notice how your mind behaves; you have an experience of sensations and then make decisions about how you will respond to them. J. K. Rowling said, “It is our choices that makes us what we truly are, more than our abilities.

What stops the chatter? Shift your attention to focus outside yourself stops the inner chatter. Moving into deep states right above sleep which is high theta/delta. When you spend time in this deep state the mind stops the drama. In fact deep inside your own sanctuary of mind, there exists self-compassion and no sadness, worry, depression, or angst. Take time to place your attention in this deep state and experience your own revolution when you come back.

But there is another “crystal” key that really ignites an awakening in you. Stay tuned for our upcoming online course to discover that key to your personal revolution.


Upcoming Activities:

Palo Alto California June 19-20 and Sacramento June 21-22 teaching Hypnosis and Trauma for Pesi.  Join us for mind-bending experiences and tools that really work.

All our best,

Carol and Bill


March Newsletter


We live in exciting times! Now we know so much more about the brain and body/mind and how to get our personal vehicle to run better. The Endocannabinoid System has recently been discovered, and it is found to be our center of healing illness, increasing sleep quality, and creating the best mental states possible. This system helps create the state of flow that releases the healing neuropeptide, anandamide, a Sanskrit word for bliss; very close to the chemical structure of marijuana. Think about what state you would prefer to live in more frequently and when you are actually experiencing it. You are probably close to flow.

Through our teaching and writing, Bill and I focus on bringing the revolution in psychology, mind/body research, and neuroscience to more people. Science has discovered what the ancients knew a long time ago, that we have amazing abilities to create an optimal life by practicing elevated states of flow, self-compassion, generosity, and gratitude. We are committed to helping change lives, live your intention, and transform communities. We demonstrate the practical application of the latest tools to overcome worry, anxiety, PTSD, and stress for therapists and clients who work with these issues and reveal the secret behind living in states of resilient thriving for longer periods of time.

One of the discoveries about the body/mind is the deep state right above sleep that resides in the theta/delta frequency range. This is your inner sanctuary well below any concern, problem anxiety, depression, sadness, disappointment or any other angst.

It is here that your pure mind resides without the constant chatter of “I am not enough” running in the background of everything you do. It is the place of immense self-compassion and amazing intuition.

Do you believe that your inner guidance has superior knowledge and wisdom to guide you to fulfill your desires?

Are you repeating undesired patterns in your career, love, health, money or in your quest for self-awareness?

The good news is that you can access incredible intuition and self-compassion by moving down to this state right above sleep and hovering there for 10-20 minutes. Those of you who have come to our workshops and have personally experienced this were astounded at your ability to access your unconscious mind’s deep wisdom. Some comments to the deep state have been, “amazing,” “I didn’t know I had any self-compassion,” “my mind felt so quiet.” And then later people expressed having solutions to problems come to them and a lighter feeling daily. The experience is quite profound. Not only are tools available to therapists but for themselves to really transform their own lives.

It is from this state that you can acquire creative ideas for work or relationships. Synchronistic events begin to occur frequently. And the wonderful news is that you change your relationship to yourself so old patterns are interrupted and you start living more of the life you want.


Upcoming Activities:

Carol and Bill will be in Monterrey Mexico teaching The Inner Game of Entrepreneurship and in May.

Palo Alto California June 19-20 and Sacramento June 21-22 teaching Hypnosis and Trauma for Pesi.  Join us for mind-bending experiences and tools that really work.

Get a copy of The Worry-Free Mind and give it to a friend. 

Please share this newsletter.

All our Best,




Neuro resilience practices that are based on the latest neuroscience findings, guide us to build mental robustness. Whether it’s managing stress or improving potential, evidence-based practices put your mind and body into a sustainably improved performance state. You can expect to be thinking more clearly and creatively, have a longer attention span, better problem solving, increased productivity and remain calm and relaxed more often.


When you engage in flow states intentionally, your resilience builds exponentially. Depression, sadness, grief, all disappear in flow.  Experiencing more freedom comes from a state of non-thinking and allowing the brain to rest in the best zone. Victor Frankel, who lived in a Nazi concentration camp during WWII, demonstrated how to choose a higher state of consciousness under extreme stress.  Become a better navigator of mind through changing your focus.  The key is to use state-shift through meditation or focusing outside yourself.


Try This:  Take a walk in your neighborhood and focus on nature and become aware of the outside energy.  Your control of focus leads to a better quality of life.  Have a goal and a feedback loop that lets you know the quality of the flow state.  For example, notice as you focus outside yourself, how the mind becomes absorbed in the activity.  Become mindful of your own behavior.  Slow yourself down and enjoy the elements of experience.  When you eat mindfully, walk mindfully, breathe mindfully, you turn on the parasympathetic system and activate relaxation.  Become aware of the body, of the heart beating, and focus on one small aspect of movement.  Engage in deep conversation or do something generous toward someone else.  You will be practicing an amazing state of mind.

Upcoming Activities:

February 26, 27, 28  Bill and Carol will be in Tulsa, Okla City, and Dallas teaching Neuroscience for Clinicians.  Join us there. See Pesi.


All our best for a wonderful February!

Carol and Bill

January 2018 Email


Steve Jobs’ wife said of him that he believed in epic possibility. He created one of the most lucrative companies by thinking outside the box in terms of what people need and want. He demonstrated mental flexibility in many areas. One of those was the belief that he could accomplish his goals. Belief changes mental states, expectations, and behavior. If you believe you can accomplish something, you know how to activate your best mental states, and you have the right system, you will.

But if your brain isn’t working well, all the effort in the world won’t allow you to reach your goals. When you struggle with a faulty brain, you can experience disordered attention, anxiety, depression, difficulty accomplishing tasks, low energy, and foggy awareness. These symptoms can reflect problems with an undiagnosed brain injury to poor nutrition, or the unintentional practice of habitual patterns of thinking and behaving. It is useful to go through an assessment to determine what might be the root of the problem.

Some questions to determine how your brain is functioning follow: Answer 5-1 with 5 being always, 4 most of the time, 3 occasionally, 2 – rarely, and 1 -never

  1. I can organize my day and tasks easily.
  2. I can focus my attention without distraction.
  3. I can maintain my focus for longer than 10 minutes.
  4. I can stand in line without becoming irritable.
  5. I can delay gratification easily.
  6. I exercise at least twice a week.
  7. I am generally a good sleeper with 7-8 hours per night.
  8. I eat a clean and healthy diet with primarily vegetables and lean meat.
  9. I avoid eating sugar and drinking soda.
  10. I can remember things easily.
  11. I am relaxed daily.
  12. I am always engaging my brain in new reading or exercise.
  13. I tend to focus on the positive aspects of life.
  14. I am cooperative and supportive of others.
  15. If I have a disturbing or worry thought, I can let it go.
  16. I have positive thoughts.
  17. I let go of hurts from the past.
  18. I am not sensitive to criticism.
  19. I have enough energy every day.
  20. I enjoy contributing to others.

90-100 Your Brain is Functioning Well

80-90 Your Brain Needs some change in stress reduction, nutrition, sleep, or thought habits.

70-80 You may want to start making adjustments in life style and mental habits

60-70 You definitely need some assistance and may need to see a clinician skilled in the brain

Upcoming Activities:

Carol and Bill will be teaching in Bloomington, Minn. Jan 18-19 teaching Hypnosis for Trauma for clinicians. See Pesi.

We will be announcing soon our new course The Inner Game of Entrepreneurship to be held in Monterrey Mexico.

We are considering putting a new course together for a certificate in Brain Change Therapy and focusing on the latest practical neuroscience tools for change. Topics covered include how to change attachment styles, change unconscious belief structures to transform the future, and experience yourself as being more than a physical body. We focus on creating a true paradigm shift with the ability to use the most powerful tools that really provide lasting change. Give us any feedback on this idea and if you would be interested in filling out a short survey for us to include your most important areas in the focus of the course. We would love your feedback.

Pick up a copy of our book, The Worry-Free Mind on Amazon that has just been chosen by for one of the best books in 2017.

And like us on Facebook at the Milton Erickson Institute of Houston

Have a great January and stay warm.


Carol and Bill


We had a wonderful time visiting Bill’s brother and wife on their new farm which dates back to the 1700’s and has the ambiance of Hogwarts, the British school of magic from Harry Potter fame. Meeting us at their pen were four hens who all had a lot to say. The other charming characters we encountered included three cats, Kevin, a huge orange tabby, Phoebe, a demur and mystical creature, Oscar, a playful and funny animal, and a dog, Otis who could run faster than anyone could keep up with him. All of them were excited to see the 1900’s restored train slowly chug across their field to pick up Santa. He would take a ride down the track meeting many excited children all hoping to catch his ear for Christmas goodies.

We did wonder if all of this fascinating menagerie met in the middle of the night to conjure up wonderful magic to teach all of their visitors throughout the years about themselves. — That we really are more than we think. Maybe they communed under the moon and devised a potion to release the courage found in each person to face their fears and their triumphs.

It is the time of year for enchantment, fantasy, and taking your mind away from worries and concerns. A little break now can lead to a big breakthrough later as we begin to close the old year and look forward to the new one. And it’s a good time for reflection about what areas of your life you want to make better and areas you feel proud about. The good news is that you don’t need anything else but yourself to decide what to make different. You have everything you need inside yourself. You have all of the motivation you need; you just have to switch it on. The only problem sometimes is we buy into the limitations we think we have. The part of you who feels sorry for yourself or a victim to life keeps you boxed in. In what area do you need mastery? Change is a matter of motivation and drive and getting leverage with yourself. There are things you do everyday because you are motivated to accomplish them. What are your drivers? Is it your desire to contribute, to stand out, to fit in, or to heal old wounds, or your desire to overcome imperfections? Figure out what gets you up in the morning and use that energy in an area that is more difficult. If you get out of bed to go to work because you need to make a living, you don’t debate whether you will go to work. You just do it. If getting up includes something you love doing, you will enjoy it more, and your engine hums along.

Upcoming Activities:

We are offering an online course on getting leverage with yourself to master areas you haven’t yet called Super Mind. Until the end of 2017 it is $165 –Normally $250. Call 713 703-8782 to sign up and receive a bonus— Brain Changers: 21 Day Program to Your Optimal Self ($147 value) Second Bonus: The Worry-Free Mind. This course is only available through December.

Bill and Carol will be teaching in the Boston area a new course on Hypnosis and Trauma in December.

Pick up our new book The Worry-Free Mind for the Holidays.

To your best holiday ever.


Carol and Bill

October Newsletter


In our over 30 years of research and practice in clinical hypnosis, entrepreneur and leadership training, and mind/body medicine, and from 21st century science, we discovered that we are designed to live extraordinary lives with human powers that include healing from illness, longevity, overcoming adversity, and amazing flash- intuition to solve problems and build projects to transform lives. The new science gives us consciousness-shifting tools that we can apply to our relationships, our vocation, finances, and health. In fact, we have enormous potential, and science is finally catching up to some of the oldest Eastern and shamanic traditions about what is possible. So what are some of our extraordinary powers?

Based in the best rigorous scientific experiments, we discover that we can sense the future before it occurs, experience powerful states of super-consciousness, create emotional and physical healing through the practice of deep states of mind, and learn to use these states for personal and business relationships to make the best decisions. You have the ability to discern synchronistic events that may act as an oracle to guide your decisions.

When we join a group of other like-minded people and meditate on love, compassion, and empathy, the group-focused intention grows more robust plants, facilitates human healing, and reduces crime and violence. William Braud, psychologist, found in his work with the Mind Science Foundation in San Antonio, that human thought could affect the autonomic nervous system. One of his astounding experiments, however, occurred when he had volunteers give some blood. Each participant’s vial of blood was divided into two different test tubes. One test tube received “healing thoughts” and the other did not. Blood decays at a certain rate. But in this case, the test tubes that “received” the healing thoughts decayed twice as slow as normal. Our thoughts are really powerful.

Remote viewers around the planet, those who have been trained to focus on a person, place, or thing, and can pick up information about the object of attention, reveals another human ability. It turns out consciousness is nonlocal and exists outside of time and space.

How does this help in living everyday lives? To really embrace the idea that your mind can influence your health, your finances, business, relationships and quality of life, you discover you are not a victim of life; that you have amazing powers. During adversity, it is difficult to remember your power. But a key is taking time at the end of your day to process your life and realize that you have been driving the car of your life to this destination. But the good news is that you can take a new direction. Ask yourself if you have been driving consciously or unconsciously. What do you feel the most passionate about? The answer will point out your unique purpose and driver.

When your mind is relaxed and quiet, you have the ability to focus on clarity, self-compassion, and thoughts of possibility. With practice, you can live in positive states of mind that lead to a happy life and billion dollar ideas. Try it for a week and watch for the rewards that may show up in serendipity.

Upcoming Activities:


Bill and Carol will be in Michigan teaching Neuroscience for Clinicians where they will be teaching practical skills by using the amazing powers of the brain November 1,2, and 3.

December and January will offer a new 2- day course on Hypnosis with Trauma and demonstrate how to use EEG Hypnosis utilizing a star-trek device that can show the client and clinician which mental state a client is activating. They will be in Dedham, Mass. December 7-8 and Bloomington, MN Jan. 18-19, 2018. See Pesi.

We have had a number of people inquire about our course, The Inner Game of Entrepreneurship, and this is in the planning stages. We share how your super powers activate when you know how to flip the switch to increase both business, satisfaction, and learn how to see around the edge of time. If you have interest in this course being offered in the states or online, let us know.

Thanks for being in our community. May you be living the life you want.


Carol and Bill

September 2017 Newsletter


We make everyday decisions based on what we think we can accomplish.  Most of us were reared with the idea that we are victims of nature, our health, our genetics, and overall our biology.  The truth is that what was seen as mystical in the past, we have discovered are real abilities.  There is a reluctance for science to reveal to the masses what is being discovered.

The newest science based on peer-reviewed journals has discovered that we have enormous capacity to trigger resilience on demand, healing, self-regulate our brain and nervous systems, our biology, overcome fear and adversity, and have enormous intuition.

THIS MEANS YOU ARE WIRED TO BE EXTRAORDINARY. And when you learn about these abilities you discover that you can be successful in life and in business.  You have amazing inner tools to create solutions to problems and live in states of thriving.


As seen by the enormous outpouring of kindness and cooperation in Houston following the destruction of Harvey, we also have amazing capacities for kindness and love. It is so important to learn about those abilities in yourself.


Upcoming Activities:

Bill and Carol will be in Virginia (Charlottesville, Richmond, and Norfolk) October 9, 10, 11 teaching Neuroscience for Clinicians.  This is a practical approach to teaching about human abilities.  See


We continue to prepare for The Inner Game of Entrpreneurship to be held in Monterrey (TBA) and look forward to teaching how to overcome any obstacle in business and tap your amazing abilities.

Keep Having a Great Summer

Carol and Bill


Everyone who runs any kind of business is a creative entrepreneur. Whether you are a therapist, a small business owner, or you sell products online, there are times when you worry about being successful.

The truth is that you have been given amazing powers. The ability to control your thoughts, your physiology like breathing, blood pressure, and temperature is really only the beginning. When you manage the contents of your mind, you can accomplish amazing things. You can be more productive, manage what you think, and what you do.

If you have feelings of uncertainty, anxiety, or fears that you can’t accomplish something, start changing the mind movies you are running and create ones that are inspiring, motivating, and compelling. When you create a compelling future to move toward, the brain begins to fire neurochemicals of serotonin and dopamine. These are the pleasure chemicals that accompany goal achievement.

The nervous system works in a particular way. You feel emotions either from the top of the head down, from the stomach upwardly, or somewhere in the body. Notice how you experience yours and imagine moving them around in a counter clockwise fashion or think about spinning them clockwise up and out of the body. When you play with sensations, you can change them. Then remember a time you were in a state of flow. Perhaps you were in nature, or around water, or just enjoying a good book. As you accomplish this state change, you change your inner movies. And then, you change the present and the future.

The curious thing is as you feel calmer, often your finances improve and your happiness increases.

Upcoming Activities:

Bill and Carol are working on a promo video for the new course: The Inner Game of Entrepreneurship which they will be teaching in Monterrey, Mexico. It focuses on cutting edge neuroscience research to shift your mindset toward abundance, create personal success by strategic thinking, eliminate blocks, and access your personal superpowers. Some of the topics we cover will include the one thing completely in your control to have more money, freedom, joy, and success; what decisions you need to make to break through your income ceiling; how the problem with your business or life is probably not what you think; how to brand your business with the brain in mind; and how to keep your business in the minds of people who would benefit from it, plus many more. We will let you know when the dates are set. If you are interested contact Francisco

October, November we will be in Virginia and Massachusetts teaching Neuroscience for Clinicians and then in December and January we launch our new course: Hypnosis for Trauma Resolution and Resilience in Michigan and Illinois through Pesi. Watch for more specifics.

Keep Having a Great Summer


Carol and Bill

Our Latest Appearance

We recently appeared on the Aging Without Wrinkles Talk show with host Harriet Tramer. Listen to the full interview here.


Do you find yourself having repetitive patterns in life where you keep choosing a direction that blocks you from your goals? Opening into new possibilities in everyday life, work, and relationships comes from changing long-standing inhibiting patterns.

So often we are triggered into self-defeating patterns where the same old responses lead us to miserable mental states. Perhaps we feel belittled, angry, misunderstood, and we take actions or no action that lead to worse feelings.

We all have these patterns and challenges to overcome that are not easy. What can we do to break free from limiting patterns? A powerful brain change tool is to become aware of how you might be identifying with your perspective of the main character in your story to whom bad things have happened. Then make a shift to the observer position where you see yourself from a distance and the event that occurred as if it were a movie. This shift in perspective gives you more distance from the emotional charge, and allows you to respond differently. It is your position of power. This observer position is dis-identified with what happens. When your mental state is calm, your awareness expands, and you see many creative solutions that were previously blocked to you.

Upcoming Activities:

Bill and Carol will be in Cleveland teaching their 2-Day Hypnosis Certificate Course June 22-23, 2017. Details at

We are working on the exciting course for Mexico called The Inner Game of Entrepreneurship where we teach our Worry-Free Mind System to enhance your business and increase your finances. Contact Francisco at

Bill and Carol will be teaching a new course on Hypnosis for Trauma Resolution and Thriving for in December in Dedham Mass. Let us know if you are interested in the course in your area by sending us an email to

Pick up our new book The Worry-Free Mind if you haven’t read it yet.

Have a wonderful June,


Carol and Bill


The unconscious mind is an amazing resource that recorded every experience and learning you have ever had. All of these experiences normally move into long-term memory and become resources to use in problem-solving. How does that work? Each time you need to access confidence, think of a previous accomplishment when you felt enormous power and confidence. As you review the memory and move into the same state you were in during the goal achievement, you take that same mental state into the next challenge. It is the mental state where patterns of excellence are connected. We all have had experiences of accomplishment some time in life, and these can be utilized for future endeavors. This is You.2 which you may never have known about.

In order to access these memories it is helpful to move into a trance state which is a state of focused attention that uses memory and imagination. The power of the unconscious mind to develop amazing solutions to problems comes from shifting your state to deep calm. Once you ask yourself a question about how to solve some dilemma and shift into deep calm, you open the portal to your unconscious wisdom. The unconscious goes on an internal search to find not just one solution but many. This amazing power is within you and is your personal Harry Potter magic of the mind.

Most people have no idea what they can do until they really learn how the mind and brain work. Your innate abilities for profound awareness, limitless problem-solving, financial increase, and creative idea development reside within. There are many strategies to access this power. One is to just count yourself down slowly from 10-0 and relax deeply as each number become smaller. After you have asked your deeper mind a question, then wait expectantly for an answer to emerge then or later.

Another strategy is to drum on a table for two minutes until you enter a state of flow or the zone. Then take a deep breath and ask the unconscious for a solution to a particular challenge.

Those of you who have taken any of our hypnosis or brain change courses have experienced this ability that you have. When you understand this capacity, you learn that negative thoughts are unnecessary. If you haven’t been to one of our trainings, notice some new opportunities below.

Upcoming Events:

Monday May 8 we will be featured on The Inspiration Show. Use this link:

May 11-12 2017 we will be in Overland, Kansas for our 2-day Hypnosis Certification for clinicians. See

June 21-22 2017 we will be in Cleveland, Ohio for our 2-day Hypnosis Certification for clinicians. See 

Pick up a copy of our new book The Worry-Free Mind which is available in Kindle, paperback, and audio on Amazon.

SPECIAL SALE: A THINNER STATE OF MIND CD FOR $16.95 which is normally $21.95 and one our most popular cds. Call Carol to leave your credit card information, expiration, and pin number and mailing address at 713 703-8782.

WATCH FOR OUR COMING ANNOUNCEMENT: We will be working with a new Star Trek-like cutting edge device that can measure real time what kind of focused attention places us in optimal states. We will be using this device in a new course in 2018.



We all have experiences that suddenly surprise us and create life shocks. These can be illness,

destructive storms, being passed over for promotion, or being rejected socially. The same part

of the brain that registers physical pain is stimulated when any of these emotional stresses

occur. So how do you cope and get back on your life path with motivation and creative energy?

All of these negative surprises can trigger our worst Stephen King Horror Movies of the Mind.

What are yours? Then we must go about calming the mind and changing the mental state. As

we teach in our seminars and writings, the problem isn’t really what you think the problem is.

It is the mental state you must shift. To shut off the negative chatter, a meditation based in

Yogic Philosophy and researched in neuroscience suggests you do the following.

1. Close your eyes

2. Focus attention on your forehead; then the temporal area, then sides of the head.

3. Next focus on the back of the head, and imagine moving attention up the brain stem to

the middle brain.

4. Say the word, Ah as you exhale for 3 minutes.

5. Notice how you begin to feel calmer.

The practice of calming the mind serves to be your Stress Thought Inhibitor. You may want to

do this exercise several times a day.


Carol and Bill will be teaching the 2-Day Hypnosis Course in Dallas, April 20-21 for Pesi

Please join us for the latest cutting edge information on using the tools of hypnosis to facilitate

positive change. Sign up soon as we already have more than 30 participants.


We are working on a new workshop called The Inner Game of Entrepreneurship that is based

in practical neuroscience where we demonstrate how to make better decision, be more

productive, have better relationships, and make more money. The Worry-Free Mind System you

will learn is a simple strategic process to tune attention to resourceful states. This powerful

approach allows you to overcome worry, doubt, and procrastination as well as activates your

money neurology center.

Have a wonderful April.


Love Carol and Bill


Are you struggling with a big decision and just don’t know what to do? Trying hard to figure out what decision will take you to the best future can be difficult. Perhaps you find yourself imagining what bad things can happen if you do one thing and whether you’ll be successful if you do another. But solutions rarely emerge from an anxious mind. Fear-driven determinations hardly ever turn out well.

Milton Erickson, the famous psychiatrist who was picked by Life Magazine as one of the most influential people in the 20th century, often engaged his students in a mind experiment. He asked them to tell him how many ways they could travel from Phoenix (where he lived) to Tucson. The students told him the regular ways: use a car, bus, plane, train, or walk. Then Erickson would say, “that is very good. But if you relax your mind, your unconscious will give you more ideas.” So, the students would relax and then notice other ideas pop up. Perhaps they could take a hot air balloon, fly around the world backwards, tunnel under the ground, or ride a camel to their destination. Erickson continued to encourage other ideas through accessing the other side of the mind that we call the unconscious. Sure enough, his students demonstrated that they had access to unlimited ideas. Even though their ideas seemed whimsical and impractical, by tapping into another part of the mind, which Erickson called the unconscious, they were priming themselves to think outside the box and find novel solutions. Fast forward to the 21st century when neuroscience research discovered that shutting down conscious thought drives the process of developing creative ideas. It turns out that when you stop evaluating a problem and do something else like take a walk in the park, play a game, listen to music, take a nap, or enjoy a warm shower, and focus attention away from trying come up with a solution, a new idea shows up. This is called the process of incubation and can be induced in a short time through “mind-wandering,” where you let your mind move into a dream-like state for a few minutes (Christoff et al., 2009, Christoff et al., 2011).

When we get into a worry-mind, old solutions that don’t work, become stuck in the mind in a loop of repetitive concerns that can spiral into running your worst Stephen King horror movies of the mind. Attempting to generate new ideas is impossible until you change your mental state to one that is calmer. Then you tend to forget those stuck ideas and make room for creative solutions that you may never have thought of before (Segal, 2004; Dijksterhuis and Nordgren, 2006).

Mind Wandering is not a replacement for learning about a topic and analyzing it. But when all your preparation leads to dead-end solutions, you need to learn to reorganize the hard-earned knowledge. Taking the mind away from your goal can create the break-through you’re looking for.

In a world of fast-paced change, those people who can develop creative ideas and use a process to solve problems become successful entrepreneurs, parents, teachers, and leaders in all professions and life pursuits. Whether you are struggling with a management issue, trying to decide whether to move or not, or where to spend your birthday, you can feel stuck. When you feel blocked, take a break and know that the other side of your mind is working on the problem. When you come back to the issue, watch the answers pop up. It’s a kind of Harry Potter magic the mind uses and a wonderful extraordinary ability you have all of the time.

Upcoming Events:

Carol and Bill are being interviewed by a variety of radio shows around the country. Watch for our announcements via Facebook 

April we will be in Dallas teaching the 2-Day Hypnosis Certification Course for Psychological Issues for Pesi April 2-21, 2017

May we will be in Overland Park, Kansas teaching the 2-Day Hypnosis Certification Course for Psychological Issues for Pesi May 11-12, 2017.

Many people have asked us about doing a workshop for the public. We would love to offer that. Let us know your interest by emailing

Have a great rest of March.

Love, Carol and Bill

February 2017 Newsletter


We live in a world of information overload. The words “breaking news” flash across the screen of your smart phone multiple times a day telling your brain that you are in immediate danger and to Pay Attention. Add to this reality the fact that the country is seriously divided politically and that more people are frightened about their immediate and long-term security, physically, economically, and emotionally than for generations. When you hit overload, your brain has the reaction of fight, flight, freeze, or faint. The reaction is useful if you about to be attacked or a tornado rages in your direction, but few of the problems you may have can be solved by your fight, flight, freeze, or faint response.

Even in emergency situations, solutions often require calm and deliberate thought and action. Think of Captain Sullenberger, the pilot who lost both engines after taking off and had little time to come up with a solution to land the airplane safely. Because he was an expert pilot and had been trained to remain calm in the face of an emergency, he was able to override his stress response and determine a complicated and novel solution, which saved the lives of everyone on board by landing the plane in the Hudson River. Even though most of us are not in that level of emergency situation, we have many decisions to make on a daily basis. Reactive thinking seldom leads to effective solutions. Based on the latest neuroscience and cognitive research, The Worry-Free Mind is a guide to help people not only avoid the suffering which occurs in a constant state of overload, but teaches people how to remain in the “zone” mentally and make better responses to multiple life challenges.

The book begins with real life stories about how we have taught people to interrupt worry patterns, which arise from acute and chronic stress. We then teach the reader how to inoculate against stress reactions. An example of one of the exercises that really work, is to give yourself a number when you think about what is stressful on a scale of 1-10, 10 being high in stress. Under stress, the brain’s blood flow to the hemispheres is unequal, and this makes you have more worry thoughts. By tossing a ball back and forth, 6-8 times across the midline, the number comes down. When you continue tossing the ball until you move yourself down to a 1, blood flow is equalized, and you feel better. Think about the stressful topic again. If your number goes up, repeat the exercise until it stays at a 1. The book ends by teaching readers how to live in states of thriving more frequently by practicing states of “flow.” When you learn how to make your brain work better for you, you can dissolve worry and live a life full of possibility.

Upcoming Events:
The Worry-Free Mind just Came out in both paperback and ebook.  Order on Amazon.

Watch for our interview announcements on Facebook-Milton Erickson Institute of Houston February 16-17

2-Day Hypnosis Certification Course

February 24-27 Carol will be teaching Brief Hypnotherapy for Trauma, Depression, and Anxiety in Guadalajara and Monterey Mexico Contact:

Carol and Bill are available for workshops. Call 713 703-8782 or email

Have a wonderful January.

Love, Carol and Bill

January 2017 Newsletter

You can operate at a higher level than you ever believed possible. But the newest research from Harvard suggests that only 8% of people achieve their goals in a year. The reason is that your brain doesn’t respond well to the command: “stop doing x—like stop eating donuts or stop procrastinating or stop feeling depressed. Rather, you are more successful if you break goals down into mini accomplishments on your way to a larger goal. The key is to focus on developing a better version of yourself by setting an intention and a specific plan of action like going to the gym at a certain time without debate.

The second strategy is to move into flow states more frequently. Flow is the experience of unifying with an activity as in tennis or when you are doing something creative and you lose track of time. Flow moves you out of worry and into your life where accomplishing something is a secondary benefit to a wonderful mental state that builds resilience.

At any age you can be free of depression, resistant to stress, more vibrant, achieve success, and feel alive. The secret key is “Neurogenesis”. This is the brain’s ability to form new cells. But the rate at which you do this is tied to the quality of your life. You can increase your rate of neurogenesis at all ages 3-5 times. Neurotoxic aging is a result of poor nutrition and lifestyle, both inner and outer. So if you focus on a small goal surrounding what you eat or how you exercise, you will be more successful, your mood will be cheerier, and your brain will love you for it.
Upcoming Events:
Carol and Bill will be in Tucson, Scottsdale, and Phoenix January 18,19, and 20 teaching Neuroscience for Clinicians: Brain Change for Stress, Anxiety, Trauma, Moods, and Substance Abuse for Pesi. See

They will be teaching a 2-day Hypnosis Intensive Certification course: Applying Hypnosis to Psychological Treatments February 16-17 in Houston at the Double Tree Suites Hilton Galleria for Pesi. See

Carol travels to Guadalajara and Monterrey Mexico Feb 23-26 to teach Brief Hypnotherapy to Overcome Trauma, Anxiety, and Depression. Contact:

The Worry-Free Mind comes out January 23. Please pre-order from Amazon.  Preorder on Amazon

December Newsletter


As the year draws to an end, all of us begin to look toward what we want to accomplish in the next year. What if you could reach your next year goals in less than half the time? Can you actually bend reality to create 10x your results? Those peak performers in life use successful strategies to make this happen.

One of the most powerful strategies is to be future-compelled rather than past-driven. This means that you locate the motivation and fascination inside yourself that has always been there about something for which you have passion. This is an intense curiosity that stays with you throughout your life. For us, we are passionate about helping people utilize their own neurology and biology to make the lasting changes they desire. The more that neuroscience research emerges toward this end, the more we can follow our hearts and accomplish this goal with our consulting, writing, and teaching.

To that end, you may want to rid yourself of 10 things that don’t move you toward your future and drain energy and only do those things that will build energy. If you ask yourself why you want to discard something, the process allows you to create yourself (future-compelled) rather than discover who you are (past-driven). But remember, every person struggles to accomplish the creating. Then you can find the habits and patterns to use every day to move toward the future you want.

Power Thought: Take vitamin D every day for serotonin regulation and put in your mind images and thoughts that de-stress or what comes out of your mouth will be stressors for your friends and family.

Upcoming Events:

Bill and Carol will be teaching Neuroscience for Clinicians January 18, 2017 in Tucson where we will focus on practical uses to create strategic change. January 19 –Scottsdale and January 20 –Phoenix. See

The Worry-Free Mind comes out January 23. Please pre-order from Amazon. Preorder  on Amazon.

Carol and Bill are available to schedule workshops. Just call Carol at 713-703-8782 and Bill at 832-545-4833.