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Free Training Reveals...

How To Control Fear And Calm Your Mind

Even If You Have No Experience At "Getting Out Of Your Head" Or Don't Know Where To Start

Special Free Live Training

Thursday, April 2, 2020
7:00pm, EST

Presented By: Jeremy Bennett

Only 100 Spots Available

What You Will Learn On This Free Live Training Webinar:

Secret #1

How Taking Control Of Your Thoughts Is Possible Even If Your Thoughts Have Gotten The Best Of You For Years

Secret #2

How Taking Control Of Your Thoughts Doesn't Necessarily Take A Lot Of Discipline (It Just Takes Practice).

Secret #3

How Learning How To Take Control Of Your Thoughts Don't Have To Be Time Consuming

Some Reactions From Previous Presentations/Seminars...

“I worked with several negative people. I couldn't just quit my job. But these people were dragging me down day after day. What I learned in this training changed everything. Not only do they NOT drag me down anymore...I am completely peaceful in their presence. Absolute game-changer!"

- Stacey
“I had no idea how much free training could transform how I feel around negative people. These people were getting the best of me. Not anymore thanks to what I learned!"

- Rachel
“This free training helped me take back control of my thoughts. I now can stop my racing thoughts and am forever grateful!" 

- Katherine
A little about Jeremy...
Having been diagnosed at a young age with a severe form of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and anxiety, Jeremy knows first hand the effects of mental illness. He is known for his statement, "mental illness is as real as a broken bone." 

In 2006, Jeremy graduated from St. Francis Xavier University with a degree in Psychology. 

In 2010, he published his first book, The Power of the Mind: How I Beat OCD. In this book, he exposed his life living with a severe form of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and what he did to reduce the struggle he once thought he could not. This book was published by Flanker Press and was released worldwide. 

He has been speaking on the topic of stress reduction for over ten years and has starred in three national and international television documentaries on the power of the mind. His work has given him the opportunity to share his message throughout Canada, the USA and the UK. To date his work has reached over 8 million people. 

Just like a broken bone can occur for many different reasons, anxiety and stress can occur for many different reasons. For example, biological issues, imbalances, trauma, and other occurrences can all play a factor.

In Jeremy’s books and presentations/seminars, he concentrates on two significant causes; our thought patterns and how we react to particular situations. Jeremy has been featured on many national and international television networks such as CTV, Global TV, Vision TV, NTV, CBC, TSN, and TSN2. 

Because of his effort in encouraging those to reach out for professional help to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness, he was selected to represent Canada during Mental Illness Awareness Week. In addition, because of his impact in the field of stress reduction, he was appointed, World Youth Ambassador by The World Organization of Natural Medicine in 2012. 

In 2013 he was awarded, Personality of the Year by The World Organization of Natural Medicine. 

In 2014, he released his second book, The Solution. This book was published by Motivational Press in Los Angeles and released worldwide. 

His work in the mental health arena and his presentations have been endorsed by respected experts in the field as well as some of the cast of the hit book and movie, The Secret. 

His newest book, Calm Your Mind: Transform Your Life will be released the fall of 2020.
A message from Jeremy:

While our thought patterns and how we react to situations can sometimes cause anxiety and overwhelming stress, by no stretch of the imagination are these causes the only causes of anxiety and stress. 

This live training, in addition to Jeremy's books, presentations, etc. concentrates on only these two distinct causes: negative racing thoughts and how we react to particular challenging situations

If you are suffering with anxiety or overwhelming stress, the first step should be reaching out for professional help (Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Physician, Counsellor, etc.).

If your stress/anxiety is caused from your negative racing thoughts or how you typically react to challenging situations, this live training may help.