It's funny sometimes how things that you learn take a little while to kick in. I have always been against seminars, I feel that in most cases the people that go consider the act of “going” to be the same as “doing” A certain culture of seminar junkies exists that I feel is ultimately unhealthy. A false sense of enlightenment takes place that, when it naturally fades, can leave them worse off than before. Okay, that's my diatribe on seminars, which leads me to praising yours.

While attending Dr. Taylor's Brain Program, I had a sense of muted discovery. I had been sensing most of my life that the course that I had been pursuing was not a good fit and that feeling had been intensifying lately. I realized that I had to make some changes if I was to lead a happy productive life and achieve the level of success that I knew I was both capable of and responsible for achieving. So, as a delayed but direct result of your work, I have made some changes that have had a remarkable affect on me and on the lives of my family members. To quote the Grateful Dead, “what a long strange trip it's been.” Thanks for your work and I wish you the best.

Ben Folger, Off the Map Productions