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The Neuro-Chemical Serotonin And How it Affects Your Happiness and Business Success

Watch the replay of this webinar to discover:

– Why we crave the brain neuro-chemical serotonin

– How serotonin helps you feel calm, confident, and emotionally resilient

– Why most people sabotage their success and happiness by getting their serotonin flowing the wrong way (and why it’s not your fault if you do it too)

– How to get serotonin flowing the right way, and enjoy a more stable mood and higher chances of success

– And some amusing facts about cows 🙂

When you watch the recording, you will see why people said the webinar has changed their view of themselves and of others.

I’d love to hear what effect this information has on YOUR life and business success.

 

If you prefer, you can listen to the audio-version here:

(Right click this link to download the audio version)

Like I said in the webinar, there is nothing for sale here.

The only thing I ask from you is this:

If you agree with me that this information is vital, and if you agree with me that it will make people happier and more successful, please share this recording with others.

Imagine what the world would look like if everyone was even just a little bit happier and people were a little more able to realize their true dreams.

With your help, we can make a real change.

And – as usual – if you have any feedback or questions, let me know in the comments section. I read them all!


Further reading:

I, Mammal by Loretta Breuning

Also, if you’re interested, you can contact me for a list of references to research papers.

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Kathy Cunningham

Thank-you for a marvelous laymans explanation of serotonin and how it works. I have been interested in the topic of brain functioning for a long time because I worked as a post-surgical neural nurse for some time. It always interested me just exactly why people with the same diseases did not progress equally. Some people claim religious reasons and others will state a superiority of patient health status but I’ve never been satisfied with the ‘easy cliche answers’. I searched for a long time but couldn’t find any real answers. However I did notice that the ones that did better usually had a good support group that would use patient’s accomplishments to encourage a patient. I heard story on story of what the patient had done in his life. The patients that did better were the ones who heard their own stories from their friends. There is of course more than that. Those that continued their recovery to almost normal had a good amount of encouragement and celebration from those around them.

You’ve taken the effect of brain to a more understandable level and I applaud you. Though I have to admit I’ve never applied the understanding to myself, I have seen it in many other people and I’m glad to see the information is being spread. Thank-you for the work you have done and the willingness to share it with others, and I will admit I’m learning too I would like your references because my study took me in different directions and I’d like to see what you’ve found. As my friends say: go through life gently and share your joy.

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    by Sara Young

    Thanks for this Kathy! I’ll get it all together and get back to you.

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Hitesh Garach

I loved your voice and the way you talked about the subject. It was a pleasure to listen to you the whole time. You also have a very cute laugh. The webinar was definitely very informative and insightful. Thanks a ton!!

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