Volume 3 No. 6
IN THIS ISSUE
I am a success story. I ran across an OZO tape way back in 1993. OZO CONFIDENCE tape# ISBN 1-55978-289-7. This tape changed my life! I'd tried other tapes etc. and nothing worked like this one.
I was a struggling comedian back then and I began listening to the tape a few times a week. The tape made me so confident that I became unstoppable! I went on to work the best clubs all over America. In 1997 I ended up in Hollywood where I became a television writer. I went on to become an award winning television comedy writer. I think the most useful elements of the program were the parts that said I deserved success.
Most recently I've become a T.V. Producer, selling and producing my very own show! The OZO tape made me believe whole-heartedly that I could do anything I wanted. And as it turns out that's what it takes to do just that.... just believe it.
So thank you! Whoever researched and developed this technology should be awarded the Noble Prize!!!!
Gary Wilson, Colorado
In response to Dr. Enescu's experience, as reported in our last newsletter, we received this:
Hello Inner Talk,
My name is Carletta R. Hodges. I am a Registered Nurse with Multiple Sclerosis. I have been a patient of Dr. Cristian Enescu since about three months after my diagnosis in 2002. Initially, when the doctor suggested Inner Talk to me, I was skeptical. However, during my first meeting with him, I was instructed to examine my way of thinking AND believing. He has posted in the exam room this profound notion: "EVERY DAY IN EVERY WAY I AM GETTING BETTER AND BETTER" I truly DO believe this and I also have it displayed throughout my home in subtle areas as a reminder!! I even laminated a 3x5 file card and hung it in my car. Dr. Enescu also suggested I obtain a tape or two from Eldon "The Healer Within” and “Powerful Immune System" to name a few. He also reminded me that in order to lose weight, I needed to change what I was putting in my mouth. Well, to make a long story short, I have ordered many more self-helpers from INNER TALK, as well as a continuous player that I sleep with during the night. I have gone from an almost total self- destructive disability, to working two days a week now. I even learned that one of the patients I cared for recently, also sees Dr. Enescu. When I said the "Everyday Logo" to her, she said you see him too, Huh? As a health professional, I was ALWAYS helping others, I now thank you for helping me to learn how to help myself. Thanx Doc & Thanx Eldon
Carletta Hodges, RN
You are also invited to attend any of the upcoming seminars that I will be doing in 2005. I have had a ten-year sabbatical from public speaking. When my son Roy was born, I decided to remain as close to him as reasonable for his first five years. Just as he turned five, my son William James was born. Well, now ten years later I can now go back to doing something I really love to do—share with you. Not that I regret the last ten years for they have been truly wonderful. We will be announcing the entire schedule early in '05, so please watch for it. I would love to meet you all in person. Now, on to this issue.
Our business is about change. In fact, when asked what we sell, my answer is always “change.” Bill Gates made a marvelous observation when he pointed in out in his book, Business At The Speed of Thought, that if the railroad companies had recognized their business was transportation, not trains, their future would have been much different. Well, in that light, we don't sell audio or video or books, etc., we offer change.
Once one recognizes that their business is about the most resisted thing in the world, “change,” there can be a real sobering effect. The irony is everyone wants change and everyone resists it. Sometimes we resist by simply putting it off—procrastinating, and sometimes we resist by refusing to let go of some old limiting belief that makes us somehow feel safe.
If change is in everyone's grasp, and nearly everyone would like to change something in his or her lives, why is change so fearful? Perhaps, and in my opinion—for sure, what one should look at first when they think of making some change is the question, “What will I be giving up?” In other words, what is it that one might be afraid of losing if the change is made?
When I have asked this question, thoughtful responses have been quite illuminating. The smoker may inform me that cigarettes are their friend; they would be giving up a friend. Those who wish to lose weight may state something like, “They would be giving up that sense of full-fillment.” In short, different goals have different costs. The cost may be something like sympathy, it may be attention, and so on. Therefore, the cost/benefit ratio of change is important to examine right in the “get-go” before undertaking the change.
Whatever your goals for the New Year, we wish you success! Should you decide to make some change, I suggest that you take some time to evaluate the cost/benefit ratio. I am sure that if you do this you may find some fascinating and enlightening facts out about yourself and old behaviors. It is our wish that you maximize yourself to fulfill your potential and be your very best at whatever your ambition and role in life may be. To that end—HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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