Bill Mayer

The POWER THINKING Secret™

"The Magic in Asking the Right Questions" REVEALED!

 

BILL MAYER- Power Thinking Coach


REAP REMARKABLE RESULTS

    FROM BILL MAYER'S MOTIVATIONAL KEYNOTES AND SEMINARS TEACHING HIS POWERTHINKING SYSTEM!TM

      Discover how you can have anything you want in life Just ask yourself the right questions.
      Learn how to change your emotional state from negative to positive by simply asking a better question.
      Improve the quality of your life by improving the quality of the questions you ask yourself.

BECOME POWER THINKERSTM

    Why? Because Power ThinkersTM consistently ask themselves empowering questions to direct their thoughts and create the results in their personal and business life they desire and deserve. When you apply Bill's fun and easy Power Thinking Systemtm1 you will enjoy the rewards of improved attitude, focus, productivity, responsibility, creativity, self-esteem, happiness and prosperity.

RAVE REVIEWS

    "Bill Mayer is the Norman Vincent Peale of the 1990's."

      Dottie Walters, Walters International Speakers Bureau

    "I love your book. You have a unique ability of making life transforming skills simple and fun."

      Michael Hutchison, Ambassador Management Group

    "Captivating, motivating and inspiring. Bill is a dynamic communicator."

      Ted Mann, Mann Movie Theatres

BILL'S BIO

    Inspirational Author

      Bill wrote "The Magic in Asking the Right Questions" and is an accomplished speaker and consultant.

    Celebrated Advisor

      He is referred to as the "Coach to the Stars" instructing Oprah Winfrey and countless other celebrities.

    Dedicated Motivator

      Bill motivates by example. He ran across America to raise money for Olympic Training Centers.


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