Thank you gentlemen, for such a sterling service.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 9, 2009
What Does James Bond do during the holidays? According to Paul Kyriazi, author of How To Live The James Bond Lifestyle, judging from his past actions of helping people in distress and rescuing the world when it's on the brink of destruction, the answer is easy if you think about it. When he leaves the casino at the beginning of "Dr. No" he casually tips the doorman. Yes, he's free with his money. He's also free with his compliments as he tips the craps dealers in "Diamond's Are Forever," saying, "Thank you gentlemen, for such a sterling service." As he leaves the craps table, he then gives part of his winnings to Plenty O'Toole, actress Lana Wood, for rolling the dice for him, and continues walking without expecting anything in return. What does Bond do during the holidays? He gives. Research shows that simple acts of generosity boost our immune systems and even relieve pain.
Self-improvement guru, Paul Kyriazi, has been interested in the James Bond Lifestyle ever since he saw "Dr. No" when he was in high school but it was only about ten years ago, after an intensive study of self-help disciplines and books, that he was able to distill the essence of Bond cool. Actor David Hedison, who appeared as Felix Leiter in "Live and Let Die" and "License to Kill," gives a 12-minute introduction to the program. He met the author at SPYFEST on the Queen Mary in 2001 and also appears in Kyriazi's "McKnight's Memory" audio-book narrated by Frank Sinatra Jr., with performances by Robert Culp and Nancy Kwan.
The 8-hour audio-book "How To Live The Bond Lifestyle" on CD is taken from "The Complete James Bond Lifestyle Seminar" with 50 extra "pages." The author reads it with 20 other actors performing dramatizations along with sound effects.
The latest issue of Jesse James' Garage Magazine, No. 20, gave the James Bond Lifestyle CD the following review: "Contrary to popular belief, seminars didn't necessarily die a painful post-'80s death. They are alive and well today, and the baddest m-f seminar of them all is How To Live The James Bond Lifestyle. Come on, who doesn't want to be James Bond? Why would you choose to be a depressed, lonely accountant when Paul Kyriazi can offer you the definitive guide to being a suave, stylish sex god - replete with chicks, card, gadgets, and exotic locals - on 8 CDs? Don't hesitate; begin your journey to Aston Martin ownership today!"
After graduating from the San Francisco State film department, Paul Kyriazi wrote and produced six theatrical feature films, including "Death Machines" for Crown International Pictures. During this time, he continued his studies in success and human potential, studying in person with such notable teachers as Anthony Novell (The Million Dollar Secret Hidden in Your Mind).