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Hundreds of Entrepreneurs are Now Using Neuroscience to Increase Productivity and Sell Like Crazy...Here's How...

Are you ready to learn the Neuroscience of Business? Are you ready to get inside the minds of your customers and learn the science of influence? At the Weight Room Wealth Summit, you will learn how to awaken. the money making monster hiding within...with scientific certainty.

Hundreds of Entrepreneurs are Now Using Neuroscience to Increase Productivity and Sell Like Crazy...Here's How...

Are you ready to learn the Neuroscience of Business? Are you ready to get inside the minds of your customers and learn the science of influence? At the Weight Room Wealth Summit, you will learn how to awaken. the money making monster hiding within...with scientific certainty.

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Everything You Need to Know

  • Date: January 21, 2023
  • Time: 9:00am - 1:00pm EST
  • Location: Virtual
  • Section #1: The Neuroscience of Business
  • Section #2: The Physical Demands of Achievement
  • Section #3: The Ultimate Marketing Machine
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Everything You Need to Know

  • Date: January 21, 2023
  • Time: 9:00am - 1:00pm EST
  • Location: Virtual
  • Section #1: The Neuroscience of Business
  • Section #2: The Physical Demands of Achievement
  • Section #3: The Ultimate Marketing Machine

"Are you seriously asking me that right now?"

I graduated from college in 2010 with a degree in Print Journalism.

I tried being a newspaper reporter for a year…and HATED it!

I tried being a substitute history teacher for a year…and HATED it!

Randomly, one day, I decided to reclaim my athletic roots and attempt a career at being a Strength and Conditioning Coach for sports teams.

But there weren’t a lot of professional sports teams looking for Strength Coaches with degrees in Journalism.

Through sheer determination, I landed a job paying me $23,500 per year in Missoula, Montana as a Strength and Conditioning Coach for a minor league baseball team called the Missoula Osprey, a Rookie Ball affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks.

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This was my first ever Weight Room in Missoula, Montana

It wasn’t much, but my foot was in the door.

In Spring Training, all of the coaches from all of the affiliates were down in Phoenix to get the players ready.

Every day we would help warm-up the players, put them through workouts and rehab the injured guys.

The problem was, I didn’t know how to do ANY of this.

Each day, after all the players had left, we would hold a staff meeting to discuss injury updates and general status of the team.

…and every day, my boss, would “randomly” call on me to answer questions about rehab assignments or exercise science.

As the resident journalism major, I obviously didn’t know ANY of the answers.

I was so mortified every time he would call my name.

I was excruciatingly embarrassed when players would ask me questions and I couldn’t answer them.


Finally, I had enough.

After the season ended, I went online and bought $1,500 worth of seminars (and with my $23,500 annual salary, it may as well have been $100,000 worth).

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Me Receiving my Certification in Postural Restoration in Lincoln, Nebraska

I asked my co-workers what courses they had taken and I just signed up immediately. I didn’t care how much it cost and I didn’t care where it was being held.

I went to seminars in…

  • New York City
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • ​Tampa Bay, Florida
  • Lincoln, Nebraska
  • ​Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Phoenix, Arizona
  • …and Plenty More

I was relentless.

I refused to walk back into Spring Training the next year without taking a MASSIVE leap in knowledge.

The next spring, when I walked back into the facility, rumor had spread about my offseason endeavors.

I was in the break room, grabbing a snack when one of our other Strength Coaches walked in and started grilling me about why I was making everyone look bad by taking so many courses.

Get off your knees man.was his direct quote to me,“You should chill out on these courses.”

I was shocked.

I couldn’t believe I was getting made fun of for trying to be better.

This was our most senior coach and I was the low man on the totem pole.

But this only amplified my desire to get better. I wanted to destroy him.

For three years, I took every seminar imaginable.

I got my masters in Sport Performance and Injury Prevention.

I became a Licensed Massage Therapist.

And I took about $25,000 worth of seminars along the way.



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I've cracked the code of achievement by using seminars to get me to the top.

In my fourth and final spring training, I had become well-known around the country for my neurological approach to sport performance training.

I was getting calls from NBA teams and it was becoming clear, that I was going to get a big time job soon.

On the last day of spring training, that same coach pulled me aside.

“Hey man, I was just wondering how you’re doing this?”

“What do you mean?” I asked.

“Like, how are you getting all of these calls and interviews for big league jobs?” he continued.

“Are you seriously asking me this right now?”

“For three years, you’ve watched me take all of these courses, read all of these books, travel the country to seminars and network with all types of people, while you sat on your couch, watched Netflix and wondered why your phone wasn’t ringing?” I emphatically stated.

“You want to know how I’m doing it? That is how I’m doing it.”

Soon after, I accepted the position to become a Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA.

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Journalism degree and all.

The ONLY reason I was able to do this so quickly was because of my commitment to attending those seminars.

Each time I went…

  • I Learned the Latest Performance Strategies
  • ​I Got an Edge Over My Competition
  • ​I Met the Other Movers and Shakers in the Industry

Now it’s YOUR turn to do the same, and it all starts at the Weight Room Wealth Summit.

"Are you seriously asking me that right now?"

I graduated from college in 2010 with a degree in Print Journalism.

I tried being a newspaper reporter for a year…and HATED it!

I tried being a substitute history teacher for a year…and HATED it!

Randomly, one day, I decided to reclaim my athletic roots and attempt a career at being a Strength and Conditioning Coach for sports teams.

But there weren’t a lot of professional sports teams looking for Strength Coaches with degrees in Journalism.

Through sheer determination, I landed a job paying me $23,500 per year in Missoula, Montana as a Strength and Conditioning Coach for a minor league baseball team called the Missoula Osprey, a Rookie Ball affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks.

IMG_20130617_124119_493 jpg

This was my first ever Weight Room in Missoula, Montana

It wasn’t much, but my foot was in the door.

In Spring Training, all of the coaches from all of the affiliates were down in Phoenix to get the players ready.

Every day we would help warm-up the players, put them through workouts and rehab the injured guys.

The problem was, I didn’t know how to do ANY of this.

Each day, after all the players had left, we would hold a staff meeting to discuss injury updates and general status of the team.

…and every day, my boss, would “randomly” call on me to answer questions about rehab assignments or exercise science.

As the resident journalism major, I obviously didn’t know ANY of the answers.

I was so mortified every time he would call my name.

I was excruciatingly embarrassed when players would ask me questions and I couldn’t answer them.


Finally, I had enough.

After the season ended, I went online and bought $1,500 worth of seminars (and with my $23,500 annual salary, it may as well have been $100,000 worth).

Sean+Light+and+Ron jpeg

Me Receiving my Certification in Postural Restoration in Lincoln, Nebraska

I asked my co-workers what courses they had taken and I just signed up immediately. I didn’t care how much it cost and I didn’t care where it was being held.

I went to seminars in…

  • New York City
  • Boston, Massachusetts
  • ​Tampa Bay, Florida
  • Lincoln, Nebraska
  • ​Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Phoenix, Arizona
  • …and Plenty More

I was relentless.

I refused to walk back into Spring Training the next year without taking a MASSIVE leap in knowledge.

The next spring, when I walked back into the facility, rumor had spread about my offseason endeavors.

I was in the break room, grabbing a snack when one of our other Strength Coaches walked in and started grilling me about why I was making everyone look bad by taking so many courses.

Get off your knees man.was his direct quote to me,“You should chill out on these courses.”

I was shocked.

I couldn’t believe I was getting made fun of for trying to be better.

This was our most senior coach and I was the low man on the totem pole.

But this only amplified my desire to get better. I wanted to destroy him.

For three years, I took every seminar imaginable.

I got my masters in Sport Performance and Injury Prevention.

I became a Licensed Massage Therapist.

And I took about $25,000 worth of seminars along the way.



Screenshot 2023-01-03 at 11 17 11 AM png

I've cracked the code of achievement by using seminars to get me to the top.

In my fourth and final spring training, I had become well-known around the country for my neurological approach to sport performance training.

I was getting calls from NBA teams and it was becoming clear, that I was going to get a big time job soon.

On the last day of spring training, that same coach pulled me aside.

“Hey man, I was just wondering how you’re doing this?”

“What do you mean?” I asked.

“Like, how are you getting all of these calls and interviews for big league jobs?” he continued.

“Are you seriously asking me this right now?”

“For three years, you’ve watched me take all of these courses, read all of these books, travel the country to seminars and network with all types of people, while you sat on your couch, watched Netflix and wondered why your phone wasn’t ringing?” I emphatically stated.

“You want to know how I’m doing it? That is how I’m doing it.”

Soon after, I accepted the position to become a Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA.

Lakers Center Court copy png

Journalism degree and all.

The ONLY reason I was able to do this so quickly was because of my commitment to attending those seminars.

Each time I went…

  • I Learned the Latest Performance Strategies
  • ​I Got an Edge Over My Competition
  • ​I Met the Other Movers and Shakers in the Industry

Now it’s YOUR turn to do the same, and it all starts at the Weight Room Wealth Summit.

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