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“Have patience with all things, but chiefly have patience with yourself. Do not lose courage in considering your own imperfections, but instantly set about remedying them – every day begin the task anew.”  – Saint Francis De Sales

We all could use more patience.  It seems we are hardest on ourselves.  Many people expect others to live up to their expectations, and more often than not, are disappointed.  Looking at our own imperfections and those of others, are judgments we would be wise to let go of.  Judgment, criticism, and all forms of Dis-Couragement only hurt us, they never help us expand as a kind and loving person.  Every moment of every day, you have a choice.  Each day you can begin again.  Live in Courage. Try new things, change your daily routine, get out of habits. This is a good practice to get into.  Brush your teeth, throw a baseball, write, or whatever comes to mind with your non-dominant hand.  This opens new neural networks in the brain, assisting left/right brain function.  A good book for this is Whole Brain Power.

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I quote from the Whole Brain Power website

“Michael J. Lavery’s theories about how large and small motor-skill development of both right and left hands, is directly linked to development in the left and right hemispheres of the brain. Michael is revolutionizing our understanding of how best to train the brain. His theories are based on years of personal development of his own astonishing ambidextrous skills as a golfer, baseball player, tennis player, hockey player, painter, and guitarist, as well as his daily practice of memory drills, perfect penmanship and Da Vinci-style mirror-image handwriting with the left hand.

Over the past few years he has been transferring these skills to other people of all ages who have found rapid and phenomenal skill development as athletes in a variety of sports, including tennis, golf and baseball. But his theories go far beyond just turning good athletes into great athletes, for Whole Brain Power™ training methodologies combined with proper nutrition and an understanding of the damaging effects on the brain from television and video games, may have breakthrough implications for preventing obesity, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, ADD, and ADHD.

Furthermore, there is evidence of the correlation between the endogenous production of hormones with those who have followed all of Michael’s skill development regimens, including, ambidextrous hammer and ball drills, mirror-imaging penmanship and intense memory drills. The potential implications of Michael’s theories on the science of memory degeneration and hormone replacement are enormous. By reading WHOLE BRAIN POWER you will learn how the brain and body can be transformed through Michael’s simple ambidextrous skill training, penmanship and memory drills. Get ready to become part of the revolution in wholebrain development in the 21st century.