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On our “Neo-Program” this evening we continued with the concept of tapping into our genius qualities. Tonight, we read from Chapter twenty where Miss Annabelle shared information with her students about Plato and Aristotle. We also read from advantage #86 on “Power, Plato, Aristotle and Neo-Tech; A 2500-year-old riddle solved”. By looking at the philosophy of both ancient Greek scholars, Plato and Aristotle we examined the predominant hierarchy that exist today and why. We also entertained the question “What are your core values?”

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On our “Neo-Program” this evening we looked at information pertaining to “The Bicameral Mindset”. We also read chapter seven of “The Miracle Year” where Miss Annabelle visited her students during the winter break to be familiar with her students’ environments at home. Eight of her students lived a normal lifestyle at home. However, Cathy was surrounded by issues of obesity in her home and her parents constantly argued between themselves. Reggie lived in a home of poverty with one parent. And Rico grew up among family members with a criminal mindset. Tonight, in our discussion we talked about where we were or where we came from; where we are and where we are heading to in the future.

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On our “Neo-Program” this evening we continued with the concept of tapping into our genius qualities. Tonight, we read from Vision Ten – Surround Yourself with Geniuses. We also read from chapter one of the “Miracle Year” to highlight the dreams and goals the twelve students wanted to accomplish. By looking at the connection between the way Miss Annabelle taught her students through integrated thinking and the success they had in their adult lives we could establish the common denominator to their advancement.

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On our “Neo-Program” this evening we read from Vision nine – Become A Genius. We discussed the topics of “Dream Building” and “Visualization”, then we read and completed an exercise on “Thinking in Pictures” as we continued with the concept of tapping into our genius qualities. We looked at the teaching from Miss Annabelle when she asked her twelve students “What is your reason for living?” and each child replied with their dreams and goals they wanted to accomplish.

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On our newly formatted “Neo-Program” this evening we continued with the concept of tapping into our genius qualities. We looked at common denominators tonight. We read from chapter one to highlight the common denominator of the twelve students’ dreams and goals they wanted to accomplish. We also examined Teddy’s success with his smoke-detector business when he established that “safety” was the common denominator to market his first product. We read Vision five – Get the job of your dreams; as well as Vision six – Start the company you always wanted. 

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As we continue our “Neo-Program” this evening we followed up on our last assignment of engaging in something new that you love to do. Some of the members shared their experience with their selections.  Then we discussed “the impossible dream” regarding what Miss Annabelle told her students about it. We read Vision three – Feeling Extraordinary; as well as Vision four – Stop Aging; to support our theories of wanting to live as long as we can and being as healthy as we can, while creating values for society as we tap into our genius qualities.

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On our newly formatted “Neo-Program” this evening we continued with the concept of tapping into our genius qualities. We addressed the question of “Where do we go from here?” On examining the issue of where our focus lies, we viewed the importance of creating values for society to produce happiness in our lives. We read Vision one – Becoming the person you were meant to be; as well as Vision two – Live the life you were meant to live; to support our theories.

We also discussed the topic of “choice”, and invited the members to do something that they love to do over the next two weeks and report back to us on the next call. The members shared candidly on the program.