Mental Dimension

Our mental dimension deals with our intellectual potential and our memory function. It’s simply our ability to figure things out and retain what we have learned. Our experts show us ways to maintain and enhance our mental capabilities.

“It’s important that we set goals for ourselves for the next phase of our life, and the reason for that is because we have to have a purpose for living those 50 years and that has to be a purpose bigger than ourselves.”
Dr. Fabrizio Mancini, Author of “The Power Of Self-Healing”


Emotional Dimension

Most people believe that emotions are caused by events and outside sources. They are in fact caused by our perceptions and interpretations of events — sometimes so fleeting and fast as to be beneath the level of consciousness. Our experts will teach you proven techniques as to how to better manager your emotions.

Our emotions are like the dimmer switch that we see on the wall that goes up and down. You move the switch up it illuminates the light, you move the switch down it darken the room, our emotions are like that, we’re feeling happy we illuminate, we feel sad everything becomes dark, so when we’re feeling those emotions just pay attention to them, are they serving you, not serving you and if not switch em.”
Peggy McColl, The Best Seller Maker

Physical Dimension

Physical fitness is not only finely interwoven with your mental, emotional, financial and spiritual dimensions, but plays an important role in maintaining overall well being. Fitness includes: exercise, stretching, balance and nutrition. Our experts will educate you on what you need to do and what you need to eat to improve your quality of life physically.

“We’ve got to eat less, to live more; eat foods that are richer in nutrients and lower in calories; eat food that are higher in fiber and lower in calories!”
David Wolfe, The rock star of the superfoods and longevity world


Financial Dimension

Financial fears can stifle our quality of life, shroud us in depression and in many cases take away our desire to continue to live life positively and productively. The key to improving our finances is our relationship with our finances. Our experts will teach you about these limitations and what might be holding you back from financial freedom.

“Sometimes the process of financial planning will show that you aren’t going to have enough money to do everything that you’ve said that you want to do, So then we look at alternatives, and there are alternatives to examine. Most people have been living with limits on their financial resources for their first fifty years.”
Debbie Ammeter, VP Advanced Financial Planning, Investors Group

Spiritual Dimension

Spirituality, in its most narrow sense, pertains itself to matters of the spirit. Spirituality is often associated with non-physical, eternal perceptions of humankind’s ultimate nature, a sense of connection with something greater than oneself such as faith or belief, which may or may not include some form of emotional experience of a perceived religious nature. Our experts will guide you to your deeper understanding of life.

“When we are open we make ourselves open to the infinite miracles of the universe it’s like all you have to do is open the door and spirit will rush in and give you everything, but if you’re a no, then there’s no way spirit can get in.”
Dr. Elizabeth, Skinny Dipping in the Fountain of Youth


Self-discipline & Setting Goals

(The Tools to Improve and Enhance the Dimensions)

Self-discipline is the act of disciplining ourselves to do what it takes to have what we want even though we would prefer to be doing something else or nothing at all. The process of setting goals helps us clearly see the direction in which we need to go, how far we need to go in an allotted period of time and to keep us focused and on course. Our experts will clarify the importance of self-discipline and setting goals.