The great sage and spiritual master Paramahansa Yogananda, who arrived in the United States in 1924, bringing ancient wisdom from India said, “The mind is the cause of your bondage and the mind is the cause of your liberation.”

But, what mind was he talking about? The subconscious mind, the conscious mind, or the superconscious mind? It takes courage to explore our minds… To challenge our fears, prejudices, misinformation, what is working, and what is not. 

It takes courage to let go of the past. It takes even more courage to change our minds. And, it takes even more courage to become our brilliant selves. Find the courage to let go of limiting thinking. Expand what is possible. Tap into your infinite self and become the best version of yourself that you can be.

As Robert Lewis Stevenson said, “Keep your fears to yourself but share your courage with others.”

To that end, I would like to share my courageous book with you, “The Courage to Change Everything: Daily Strategies and Essential Wisdom to Awaken Your Inner Genius.” Find the courage to change one thing, and everything will change for the better.

No matter what your level of achievement, if you submerge your mind daily in astute wisdom, courageous strategies, and time-tested wealth principles, you will redefine what is possible for you. It only takes few minutes a day to activate the untapped potential of your mind and transform your life!


About Peter Jennings:
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Prior to turning to writing full time, Peter spent his career in corporate communications running agencies handling marketing, advertising, branding, public relations, and production of multimedia content, including websites and social media elements.

Clients included top-ranked businesses of all types and sizes, from McDonald’s, Procter & Gamble, Royal Bank, IBM, Coca-Cola, Harlequin Books, etc., to niche start-ups.

Following education at Upper Canada College (Canada’s top private school, where he wrote and produced two ground-breaking feature-length films), his longstanding communications zeal was crystallized while attending Trinity College, University of Toronto, when he joined the campus radio station.

This led to stints in on-air production and management at professional radio stations where he sharpened his keen sense of timing, audience response, communications innovation, and production efficiency.

Next, he took on creative production and management roles as Vice President & General Manager at media companies owned by conglomerates. Anticipating an entrepreneurial future, Peter assumed the role of Senior Producer at IBM Canada, thereby broadening his business skills and achieving greater exposure to U.S. and international markets. Following this, he formed his own agency offering full-service corporate communications services.

Peter has been a Guest Lecturer on marketing at Centennial College in Toronto and at the Government of Ontario’s Self Employment Assistance Program (where the students voted him 9 out of 10 for effective teaching). He has served on the Boards of several charities, as well as chairing Boards, and provides pro bono marketing expertise to various not-for-profit groups. He also mentors members of his community who seek writing and communications advice.

Peter volunteers at the Legion each Friday evening singing with The Midlandaires and has recently joined Gateway Centre For Learning focusing on improved literacy, as a volunteer.

Peter Jennings is the author of 6 books (and is currently researching/writing more). In his leisure time, Peter enjoys regular visits with his son, two daughters-in-law, and three granddaughters. Also part of the festivities are his rescue dogs Molly and Macy who rule the roost.

When he’s not writing, he delights in Fairview, his modern lakeside residence overlooking Georgian Bay at Mundy’s Harbor, Midland, Ontario, where activities include listening to cool jazz and symphony, films, spirited conversations with good friends, travel, cooking, and blogging about life’s adventures (


About Dr. Michael Stern:
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Dr. Michael Stern is the founder and chairman of the Seattle Weight Loss Center, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing free weight-loss consultation to all patients.

He is a retired board-certified physician who has extensively studied and specialized in weight loss from a variety of angles for sixty years. 

In 1995, Dr. Stern, a former marathon runner, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, ending his many athletic pursuits and eventually confining him to a wheelchair as a virtual quadriplegic.

In spite of this limitation, and perhaps inspired by it, he has dedicated his life to helping others on their journey towards their bodyweight goals.

Dr. Stern’s only mission for the rest of his life is to help as many people as he can, which he does free of charge through the Seattle Weight Loss Center. He has also written a new book, Dr. Stern’s Rotation Diet: Lose Fast. Lose Forever.


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