• In This Particular Game

    Posted on April 26, 2017 by mark@mcvconsulting.ca in Uncategorized.

              Winning may actually be losing and vice versa with regard to any one particular game. We can get into the particulars, but understanding the reason that managers are paid so well in professional baseball (just as one example) is for their ability to keep their focus on several factors rather […]

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  • It Isn’t “You” that is Stupid

    Posted on January 8, 2017 by mark@mcvconsulting.ca in Uncategorized.

    If you want a simple way to understand how the conscious part of the mind interferes with and impedes progress toward breaking through into more effective and faster ways to process data and information, think “speed” reading. The average reader in the U.S. reads at a speed of 200 words per minute, so explains Spreeder […]

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  • A YOU WITHOUT LIMITS Challenge

    Posted on October 30, 2016 by mark@mcvconsulting.ca in Uncategorized.

    If this ten minute You Tube presentation doesn’t wake you up, then there is no reason to take the challenge. Please read no further unless and until you invest the time. STOP! Have you watched the video? I beg of you to read no further until you do so. Assuming you were “obedient” to my […]

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  • YOU WITHOUT LIMITS free “Workshops”

    Posted on July 6, 2015 by mark@mcvconsulting.ca in Uncategorized.

    Helping people reach their highest potential, by learning to practice a simple technique to harness the conscious part of the mind to the creative imagination both within and beyond. We tend to revere human genius such as that demonstrated by Albert Einstein, yet, with practice; we can learn to use the very same faculty Uncle […]

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  • The Best Method is…No Method

    Posted on March 12, 2015 by mark@mcvconsulting.ca in Uncategorized.

    Recent scientific research has proved some important things about the minds of these body bags we occupy. All of us have far more intellectual capacity than what we “naturally” tap into. The other-than-conscious parts of our minds are infinitely (literally multiplied millions of times) more powerful than the conscious part of the mind. The mind […]

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