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Renowned International Speaker Robin Banks returns to AK!

Renowned International Speaker and Mind Power Expert, Robin Banks, returns to Auckland!

He has been wowing audiences for 12 years and Robin Banks love of the New Zealand people sees him returning to Auckland for a series of free Mind Power introduction seminars in October.

As one of the world’s leading authorities on the subject of Mind Power and Personal Mastery, Robin is a highly sought after international speaker. He is a prolific speaker and presenter and has an amazing ability to combine solid content with a humorous and dynamic presentation.

People from all walks of life, from shelf packers to CEO’s, have been transformed and inspired by Robin’s presentations.

‘’Your thoughts are powerful forces of energy that create your reality’’ says Robin. ‘It makes sense to harness that energy creatively: by consciously creating your thoughts and not buying into old patterns, you create the life you want to live!’’

Robin’s philosophy follows on from John Kehoe’s popular Mind Power course, established in 1977. His book, “Mind Power into the 21st Century”,first published in 1988, shot to Number 1 in the bestseller list in the first week of its release and has maintained international acclaim ever since.

In 2003, John Kehoe handed the reigns over to Robin, who has since connected with audiences around the world and has a very strong following internationally and in his native South Africa.

Robin will be offering free Mind Power seminars during which he will cover the following topics:

• The power of mindsets

• Dealing and coping with change

• Internal versus external control

• Maintaining a positive attitude

• Creating empowering beliefs

• Generating a vibrant energy field

He will also be running a truly life changing four week course as a follow on from these introduction seminars.

Audiences invariably leave Robin’s presentations highly motivated. ‘’People are inspired to implement these practices in their daily lives’’ says Robin. “The benefits of harnessing the power of the mind cannot be understated - essentially, you can create the life you desire simply by changing the way you think’’.

Contact as below for interview requests or further information. Alternatively please see the website http://www.robinbanks.co.za for more details.

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