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Brain Expert Announces Stress Eraser Contest
Date:1/15/2010

Daily millions survive stress and one will learn how to eliminate it for good with sessions from Don Goewey showcased in January 2010 Outside Magazine.

(Vocus) January 15, 2010 -- Stress Elimination Expert Don Goewey is the author of the new book, Mystic Cool, already topping the charts. Goewey (Say Go EEE) believes, “Rewiring your brain can have you experience less stress and generate creative brilliance.” Goewey launches his Stress Eraser Contest January 2010 and anyone experiencing stress can enter at http://www.MysticCool.com. The winner receives the same six free stress eraser sessions Outside Magazine featured from Don Goewey in January 2010's issue.

To enter, answer the question by midnight March 31st, 2010: ‘Who would I be if I could transcend stress for good?’ The winner will be announced April 1, 2010 (because you'd be a fool not to enter and eliminate stress for good from your life).

Goewey is featured in this month's Outside Magazine, where a journalist was commissioned to undergo six coaching sessions with him and report on the results. “Three weeks into my effort,” the journalist reports in the article, “I’d become … much better at maintaining a calm, pragmatic mind-set. In my new calmer state, I'm much more productive.” The journalist describes how, in particular, Goewey’s "clear button" technique gave her a stress off switch.

"The chief factor blocking the brain's capacity to generate brilliance is stress. A dynamically peaceful attitude lights up neural networks that generate a fearless intelligence, making us immune to stress. The result is the joy of creative action in which we not only excel, but excel in ways that make work and life intrinsically rewarding. Who wouldn't want a brain like that? It's achievable and in a relatively short period of time," Goewey says.

Mystic Cool combines the latest research in neuroscience and psychology with practical spiritual insights. The book represents more than just "stress reduction." It is a stress solution that unlocks the brain power needed to excel in ways that make work rewarding and family life fulfilling.

Don Goewey has worked for more than three decades helping people reach their potential, including war refugees, prisoners, patients with life-threatening illness, business leaders, and others in high-stress occupations. His new book, Mystic Cool, provides a proven approach to transcending stress and unlocking creative potential. To learn more, visit his Web site: http://www.MysticCool.com.

Editor's Note: For more information about the Stress Eraser Contest, or to schedule an interview with Don Goewey, please call Michelle Tennant at 828-749-3200 or email Michelle at michelle(at)publicityresults(dot)com. Visit online press kit http://www.dongoewey.presskit247.com/media_coverage to view a copy of the Outside Magazine article and http://www.dongoewey.presskit247.com/don_joseph_goewey_images for images.

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