Wednesday, August 07, 2013
Today We Start at 1:38 AM
It is 1:38 AM in San Diego and my followers often kid me that I am Type A work obsessed, but I don’t agree. It isn’t work when you love what you do. I just fit more into a 24 hour period than you and everyone you know. How can I do that when I will be 64 years old before the end of 2013? It is because I have mastered the Photographic Mind. Most think they know what they want. I have seen what I want in a picture in my mind—and that sets me part from all others. I have written before that my own life began to change in my 18th year in May, 1968. It was on that afternoon that I first saw a mental movie in my mind which predicted my future. On that day, I became a hero to my teammates and the few spectators who saw me knock in the tying run and score the winning run against Northport High School. It might have seemed like a baseball game—it was so much more than that. Today, I have taught my little moviemaking business---Photographic Mind—to some of the best minds in the world. I taught it to the best college basketball player of all time. I taught it to one of the best baseball players of all time. I taught it to an NBA champion Los Angeles Laker who called me because he was worried that he would be fired if he had one more--less than extraordinary season at his west coast college as basketball coach. I taught him Photographic Mind and he wasn’t fired. He was named Coach of the year. Get the picture? This year I am focusing on attracting more coaches from the women’s game. I have hired some interns and I hope that increases my communication capabilities. But don’t hate me just because I can work circles around you. Because as I said---I don’t really call it--- working. I am having too much fun!
Posted by Steve Tarde at 1:59 AM