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Sales People Can Now Get Motivated While They Sleep!

www.futurepath.co.nz

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January 9, 2014

Sales People Can Now Get Motivated While They Sleep!

A Christchurch company is helping sales people around the world to ‘change their mind’ by listening to a pre-recorded MP3 while they sleep.

Christchurch, New Zealand, January 9, 2014 – Future Path Limited, a Christchurch based company, yesterday launched the first two downloadable MP3s in its “Sales Toolkit” series on iTunes. They will soon be on Amazon and Google Plus as well.

“We knew that many sales people find it difficult to make the time for self-improvement so that’s why we developed this series” commented Murray Carter. “The first two that we launched yesterday are ‘Stunning Sales Success NOW!’ and ‘Stop Procrastination NOW!’. We will be releasing another 10 in the series during 2014.”

“Really, it’s very easy, when you go to bed at night, you have the MP3 loaded on to your Smartphone, Tablet or MP3 player, you plug in your headphones and drift off to sleep while your sub-conscious mind soaks up the positive thoughts and affirmations. To help, we have very relaxing background music that has been specially tuned to the Alpha state frequency (8Hz – 13Hz) where change happens.”

Each MP3 runs for around 30 minutes and is available on iTunes for NZ$3.99 each. The iTunes links are:

Stop Procrastination Now!

https://itunes.apple.com/nz/album/stop-procrastination-now!/id792975933

Stunning Sales Success Now!

https://itunes.apple.com/nz/album/stunning-sales-success-now!/id792906604

For more about Future Path Limited, please visit our website: www.futurepath.co.nz.

ENDS

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