View Full Version : Mastery Workshop with Scott Sonnon and Steve Barnes
01-23-2005, 02:27 PM
Steve Barnes, national bestselling science-fiction novelist Steven Barnes holds black belts in Judo and Karate, and CST instructor status. Steve has helped hundreds with his application of CST in his program 5 Minute Miracle, and thousands with his transformative Lifewriting seminar and program.
Steve and I have decided to team up and conduct a joint workshop on the topic of mastery of one's physical practice, one's career, and one's relataionships.
The tentative details for this workshop are:
JUNE 10-12, 2005
San Francisco, CA
01-23-2005, 04:48 PM
I am very interested in this seminar. I assume that there will be limited attendance?
Looking forward to move info.
01-23-2005, 05:03 PM
There will be a cap, yes. We're still collecting info on the specific venue. Please stay tuned here. I'll post whatever we have as it unfolds.
I look forward to seeing you there, my friend!
01-23-2005, 09:47 PM
Sounds good, Coach.
Looking forward to seeing you also. I am thinking of bringing along my better half. Will you and Steve offer this seminar in Japanese also? :wink: :D
02-07-2005, 12:17 PM
Thank you for volunteering to translate! :lol: It'll be great to finally meet you two! This will be an INCREDIBLE event!!!
Here's a recent report from Steve Barnes (http://darkush.blogspot.com/) during a recent conference he conducted in Palm Springs:
My Topics at Storycon/Brain conference
I thought I'd list the subject matters and capsule descriptions, since I'm going to be referencing these in the days to come. Feel free to write me at firstname.lastname@example.org or to add a message concerning those topics you would most like me to expand on.
Friday workshop--(The Genius zone). Two hours. The first holistic writing system. A practical method of both reaching your ultimate potential as a writer and human being. You are the instrument that writes, that senses and experiences the world. It is your energy, your mind, your heart that will determine the quality, creativity and honesty of your work, and the success of your career. How to organize your life to harvest the maximum number of “peak performance” moments. How to use the “Golden Hour” concept to ensure consistent, stress-free improvement in every arena of your life.
Saturday-- Storytelling and the Origin of human consciousness. Saturday. Originally presented at the Smithsonian Institute in April of 2004, this talk deals with two powerful forces that interacted to define and accelerate human consciousness: fire and storytelling
Sunday--40 minutes to talk about Creativity/ Mind-body.
The Mastery Technique: secrets of Self-Directed Human evolution. This talk, based partially on a century of Soviet research, analyzes the common threads between martial arts, yoga, sufi dancing, and other advanced body/mind dynamic systems to reveal a safe, consistently effective path to personal mastery that begins with an investment of only five minutes a day!
02-07-2005, 12:52 PM
Looks great guys. Good juju and have a wonderful time in SF.
02-07-2005, 04:35 PM
03-01-2005, 09:32 PM
Wow! My two favorite sources of inspiration speaking to a subject that enthralls me.
If I set aside 100usd per month starting now, I cam make it.
COUNT ME IN.
03-18-2005, 08:57 PM
Pre-registration is now open.
Mastery Technique Workshop (http://www.rmax.tv/mastery.html)
03-21-2005, 08:06 AM
This is just a reminder that the dates for this seminar are JUNE 10-12, not July 10-12. We apologize to anyone who are precluded from attendance due to this escalated time frame.
03-23-2005, 02:02 PM
OK, I am trying to make this happen for me. I can swing the Pre-Registration tuition fee. The hard part is finding the right flight, hotel, rental car combo. I have tried Expedia, PriceLine, Orbitz, HotWire, Cheap Tickets, Cheap Flights, Lowest Fare, and all that. It seems they operate with the same companies, and usually get the same deals. The lowest was HotWire but they spanked me for the rental car expense due to my age. I am thinking about a brief weekend employment to earn the money quickly but I wish to partake on the early bird specials, otherwise $1000.00 is outta my league. Does anyone have any suggestions, I would very much like to participate in this event! Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
03-23-2005, 02:44 PM
I hear ya, man. $$ is the only thing keeping me away.
Where is the contest for this? Best Golden Hour? Best Mastery? oh wait, the best master wouldn't need it mhwa ha ha ha
03-23-2005, 05:02 PM
otherwise $1000.00 is outta my league. Does anyone have any suggestions,
Well, Jason, #1. Do you really have to rent a car? The BART system runs from SFO right to downtown San Francisco & there's great public transportation all over the City, which, being on a peninsula is fairly compact so walking isn't out of the question (just not from the airport). Plus might be possible to carpool w/ others flying or driving in.
I'm still trying to decide if I can make it, both time- & money-wise (not that it wouldn't be a money-wise investment of time, but you know what I mean.)
If I can swing it, I'd be driving from Oregon, so I'd have a car for a run to the airport if need be.
#2. Haven't checked but there might be a Youth Hostel or whatever they're called nowadays in SF, where rates are more reasonable. If you don't know the town, doing a 'net search directly for cheap accomodations might not be the best, since you wouldn't have any idea what the neighborhood would be like, but usually Hostels are in OK areas.
I'll let you know if any major brainstorms occur...
03-24-2005, 05:52 AM
Sweet, thanks for the ideas! Glad to hear I am not the only one trying to make this happen, money and time wise. I just heard too last night from a friend who went to San Francisco that basically its pointless to get a rental car. The taxis and trolley system should be sufficient, so that takes care of $100.00 (I told you they spanked me for my age!).
Youth hostels for shelter is an awesome idea! I'll camp out if I have to. My girlfriend is coming with me (if I go, hopefully) and she is pretty adventurous so no problems there. I will keep searching and posting any thing good I find for others to use too.
03-28-2005, 06:38 PM
We apologize for the inconvenience, but the workshop is being cancelled and rescheduled later this year.
03-30-2005, 01:49 PM
While I'm sorry that circumstances have required a change of timing for the workshop, depending on when it gets rescheduled, I hope to be able to attend.
Scott, are you going to keep registration and such open until you get another date?
03-30-2005, 04:07 PM
We already closed registration. However, as we have finalized on a new date, December 10th, we will be reopening registration very soon.
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