The reasons for losing motivation vary, but generally center around a lack of time and money
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DANBURY, Conn. (PRWEB) March 6, 2007
To get a new job. To lose weight. To eat healthier foods. To simply feel better. It all starts with the best intentions. Experts tell us, however, that New Year’s resolutions begin to wane in our minds by the beginning of spring. But, organizers of the Fountain of Youth World Summit hope that their free event will help re-ignite your resolve for reaching your goals in 2007 and beyond.
“The reasons for losing motivation vary, but generally center around a lack of time and money,” said Kevin Gianni, optimal health expert and co-organizer of the summit, which is scheduled to begin on April 2. “And, because some goals can seem overwhelming, people also need more targeted guidance.”
And targeted guidance is what they’ll get. The summit will bring together experts from such diverse disciplines as traditional medicine, fitness, nutrition, and alternative therapies, including hypnosis and body cleansing. It will be presented over the course of four weeks as one-hour “teleseminars,” or call-in sessions where participants listen to experts share their secrets to a better life.
The first session will feature Bob Doyle, author of “Wealth Beyond Reason.” Doyle is best known for his appearance in the popular DVD, “The Secret,” which was featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show in February. Sleep expert and advisor to WebMD, Dr. Michael Breus will hold a session on how to sleep better for improved health.
Other calls will include: Danny Dreyer, author of “ChiRunning” and “ChiWalking”; Dr. Roberta Temes, author of “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Hypnosis”; Jesse Cannone, back pain expert; David Wolfe, whole foods nutrition expert; Dax Moy, personal trainer; Dr. Carol Look, emotional freedom practitioner; Dr. Maria Grace, author of “Reel Fulfillment”; Donna Krech, author of “Victory Principle”; Phoenix Gillman, ADHD and hormone expert; Dr. Gabriel Cousens, detoxification expert; and Ryan Lee, health and fitness trainer. And, event organizers plan to add more sessions to the mix.
“There’s definitely something for everybody,” said Nick Ortner co-organizer of the event. “And, the best part is you can listen to one or all of the sessions from the comfort and privacy of your own home.”
With most of the excuses out of the way, Gianni and Ortner hope that people will take advantage of the high caliber of information being presented.
“These experts realize that not everybody has the luxury of attending a mind-body retreat in the mountains or even a smoking cessation or weight loss seminar in their own hometown,” Gianni said. “That’s why they’re making themselves and their knowledge available by telephone to people who otherwise wouldn’t have access to them.”
The free Fountain of Youth World Summit is available by telephone and online via podcast. For more information and to register, visit http://www.fountainofyouthworldsummit.com.