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About Paul Blackburn

An internationally acclaimed author and leader in the human potential movement, Paul has instructed seminars for groups ranging in size from 6 to 600 and as a guest speaker has spoken to audiences of more than six thousand. He has taught in Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain and the US. Paul has appeared on talk back radio and television shows including Getaway; A Current Affair and The Midday Show. Paul has a tremendous educational message. He knows how to teach and motivate people to be more effective in every aspect of their lives. Due to his reputation as a world class presenter, the Adult Education Faculty of the Australian National University conducted a study of one of Paul's public seminars with a view to gain greater insights into their own teaching strategies. Paul has survived aggressive cancer, and successfully built four businesses, a strong marriage and a loving family. According to his wife Mary, Paul's strive for improving himself and helping others comes from "his love of life and his incredible love for his family in particular but people in general". She says he is committed to making a difference in the world, whatever it takes. And he does. Paul has a great ability to spark interest and inspire people from all walks of life. In the words of one of his students: "It is not possible to participate in one of Paul's seminars and resist change. Paul has the ability to inspire even the most negative person to change their life for the better." Time with Paul Blackburn may be all it takes to get a shift in thinking big enough to cause a life changing experience. His down-to-earth style is your guarantee that you will be hearing no nonsense, workable solutions to the difficult questions in life.

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Linky - November 7, 2013 Reply

Thanks Paul for reminding me that I am to get up and walk around for 5 minutes in ever hour.
I tend to feel guilty when I do that especially when I don’t get done what I planned to do in that hour.

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Paul Blackburn - November 7, 2013 Reply

Thats normal mate! However if we have the discipline to get up and move we actually achieve more in the next hour!

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Graham - November 8, 2013 Reply

Great points thanks Paul! I’m happy to say I do them all; except for the taking a break every hour. I get addicted to my own adrenalin. 😉

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Christina - November 9, 2013 Reply

Thanks heaps for the video, it was awesome 🙂

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