The Outcome of the Michael Jackson Trial will Directly Affect Your Happiness and Personal Success

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As the Michael Jackson trial plays out in the next few months you are faced with the ability to change your own life for the better.

Mark Kaye, a motivational speaker and radio host asks, “Have you ever said to yourself, I wish I were happier? I wish people liked me? I wish I had more friends? More opportunities? More money? Now is the time to take the first step toward complete personal happiness. Play ‘The Michael Jackson Trial Home Game,' and see what you are guilty of. Here's how to play:”

Step 1: Place Yourself Under Arrest – What is your crime? What are you doing that is holding you back from your full potential? Examine the charges against you.

Step 2: How do You Plead? – Can you honestly plead ‘Not Guilty?’ Do you really believe that you are innocent or are you simply rationalizing your behavior? Could you be guilty by reason of temporary insanity? Or worse…permanent insanity?!

Step 3: Examine Evidence –Is it circumstantial or concrete? What could the prosecution use to strengthen their case against you? When they searched your home

what did they find?

Step 4: Witnesses – Who would you call to testify about your positive attributes? What would they say about you? Are you sure? Are they good character witnesses?

Step 5: Past Behavior – What do the events of your past say about you? Would you be able to defend them in court? Have you been accused of this same thing before?

Step 6: Media Coverage –Do you have a secret in your past that you are ashamed of? How would you feel if you woke up tomorrow and saw that secret on the front page of the newspaper? Would you want your friends and neighbors knowing it? Your boss? Your parents? Your kids?

Step 7: Emotional Response – How do you react to the events around you. Do you openly show emotion? Or do you hide behind a cold exterior and a surgical mask? How does that make you look? What impression does that give others about your character?

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Mark Kaye is a radio host and motivational speaker from Washington, DC. Mark is available for interviews and public appearances. Call 202-557-0058 or visit http://www.markkaye.com for more information.

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