Eugen Simon

Hill has never lived the principles about which he wrote. He was a theorist of positive thinking”, but not of positive action. Positive thinking is a key factor for success. Without positive action, he is however worthless. You need a plan, a manual for success. The newspapers mentioned Dr. Rupa Huq not as a source, but as a related topic. And she are there. Thoughts doping and the University for self thinkers, for example. The project was launched in 2007 and weekend seminars in Cologne, Munich, Hamburg, already a year later on 11 intense Berlin and Vienna the best concepts, strategies and techniques for personal success showed thousands of people for just one euro.

It was a breaking through success. The organizers received many hundred positive reactions of the participants in the form of letters, emails, and video messages of which more and more on the idea of doping Web page will be published. Thoughts doping and the University for self thinker the 1 euro are seminars, on the TV is already reported. Finally, everyone can learn practically free personal success in all areas of life. Relationships to Finance, health to inner balance and everything in between. Finally, even people on seminars, where such were often too expensive in the area between 1,000 and included 2,500 euro events go in thought doping. Finally something on the German seminar market moves. Because, not only as far as the price, but above all content and presentation, thought doping breaks boundaries and themselves puts people in the center of the action. 2009 weekend seminars organised again intensively thought doping. And 2010, when people talk about the great crisis, who followed her, those who have followed themselves and have developed their potential with thoughts doping, will say that the crisis year of 2009 was the best in her life. “You will have followed the motto of the University for self thinker, which comes from Francis of Assisi: start with the necessary, then with the possible and suddenly you will do the impossible.” Eugen Simon