Could You Use a New Skill to Influence?

Can B-I-N-G-O Brainwash Homo sapiens?

Have you noticed that newspapers and magazines are going belly-up?

Statistics are very persuasive

1. More than 105 newspapers have crashed and burned in 2009.
2. Ten thousand jobs in journalism have ceased and desisted in '09.
3. National print ad sales have hemorrhaged up to 30%.
Classified ads, the blood and heart of profits have shifted to Craig's List.
4. Circulation has descended about 11% and dropping like a boulder.

Where Are The Eyes Going

Get this: 73% of U.S. adults (not teenagers) actively use the Internet. Believe it
because the source is the reputable Pew survey. Hold it - the U.S. population
at the end of 2009 is 308 (144,000) million folks. The world? 6.803 billion. Ask us how to remember statistics permanently. It is baby-easy.

About 40% are surfing the web for fun, games, and sex invitations. Over half
are Googling for information and to satisfy curiosity. It is called learning and
personal growth.

U of Missouri researchers have discovered folks who Goggle are better able
to understand, recall (long-term memory) and get emotionally involved with
information when searching than when surfing.

So what? Google is at $590.51 - their trend line is $950 in 2010. Newspapers and mags down and out; Google (to-the-sky Excelsior "ever-upward"). The last time
we gave vent to our ignorance we guessed oil per barrel would rise to over $120.

Recently we suggested to our Wall Street friends that oil would drop to $70 and they laughed. Yesterday it dropped to $69 and ended the day at $70 and some change.
We still know nothing about oil, but folks are driving less and looking at gas prices.

What Is the Secret of Bingo!

You have two assignments Mr. Phipps, if you accept them. Read and learn
the lyrics for Bingo! It is a homerun with the bases loaded.

1. There was a farmer who had a dog and Bingo was his name-Oh.
(Spell) B-I-N-G-O, B-I-N-G-O and Bingo was his name-Oh.

2. There was a dog that had a farmer and Bingo was his name-Oh.
(Clap once for each missing letter and,)
(Spell) I-N-G-O, -I-N-G-O and Bingo was his name-Oh.
3. There was a farmer and a dog and Bingo was their name-Oh.
(Clap once for each missing letter and,)
(Spell) --N-G-O, --N-G-O and Bingo was their name-Oh.

4. There were two farmers who had two-dogs and Bingo was their name-Oh.
(Clap once for each missing letter and,)
(Spell)---G-O, ---G-O and Bingo was their name-Oh.

5. There were two-dogs that had a farmer and Bingo was his name-Oh.
(Clap once for each missing letter and,)
(Spell) ----O, -----O, and Bingo was his name-Oh.

6. There was a farmer who had a dog and Bingo was his name-Oh.
(Spell) B-I-N-G-O, B-I-N-G-O and Bingo was his name-Oh.
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So What - Who Cares

Imagine your child losing self-control and experiencing an emotional
temper tantrum. Do Bingo! with him/her. What if your child is distressed by
physical pain from a bloody knee after falling off a bike? Do Bingo! with
him/her.

Comfort the child by singing the lyrics and clapping for the missing letters -
together. Why?

In under 90 seconds of doing Bingo! their Left-brain releases acetylcholine the
relaxation neurotransmitter. Crying, screaming and tantrums are inhibited
in a few minutes.

How Come

When we are required to think and behave (clap and spell) our
brain shifts from Right-Brain (Pattern Recognition and Imagery) functioning,
to Left-Brain planning and organizing.

Fear, anxiety, angst and stress fire-off their circuits in the Right Brain
situated in the Amygdala located in the Limbic System.

Logic and reasoning, planning and organizing fire-off their circuits in the
Left-Brain located in the Prefrontal Cortex and Basal Ganglia.

The objective of singing and clapping Bingo! is to move brain dominance
from nonconscious to taking conscious control. This strategy is a powerful
antidote over personal stress (panic attacks) and helps children overcome
anxiety, fear and the reality of physiological pain.

Bingo! brain shifting has been replicated in double-blind experiments for 15 years
of scientific research.

Let's say it together - "Bingo! is on-the-money, Honey."

Endwords

Give yourself one hundred (100) hours packed together over 21-30 days to learn something new and you create physically changes in the structure and function of your brain.

It works to boost cognitive skills for kids and adults, and to remedy learning problems. Remember the term Neuro-Plasticity: it is brain science for the principle
we can have personal growth and improved competence to age 93.

The secret from Carnegie Mellon scientists is committing to 100 hours of remedial
learning. Learn a new language, get a degree, and obtain a new skill set. 100 hours.

Would you have a valuable competitive advantage if you could read and remember
three (3) books, articles and reports in the time your peers could hardly finish one?

Ask us for our free report with hard facts, skills and strategies. But only if -
"you are on-the-money, Honey."

See ya,

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Author:.

Legal background, author of Speed Reading For Professionals, published by Barron's. Business partner of Evelyn Wood, creator of speed reading, graduating 2 million, including the White House staffs of four U.S. Presidents: Kennedy-Johnson-Nixon-Carter. hbw@speedlearning.org www.speedlearning.org 1-877-567-2500, Ext.2
We have been contacted by the U.S. Department of Education, Arne Duncan, Secretary, on Speedlearning for students.

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