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I participated in your "Breakthrough" session this morning at the PwC IDP in Orlando. I was in a rush to leave and catch an early flight and I didn't have a chance to thank you for coming and give you my two cents about the program. 

I know you don't need NEED the feedback but I am interested in telling you what I thought:

I experienced something quite amazing in your program. There was not a person in the room who's energy was elevated higher than my own. I would say I went from a 4 to a 15 in a matter of seconds. I know that must happen all the time but I think the results of the increased energy level are more remarkable than I ever realized. I was a board holder and this was the most exciting experience of the week for me. It was not the WOO clap, although I appreciate it's effect on some people, it wasn't the analogy of breaking through an inhibition (although I think it is quite a good analogy). For me, I got excited when I realized that I had to increase the energy level of the people around me (those breaking the boards I was holding). I don't know what came over me but all of a sudden the music began to play and I started screaming and trying to pump people up. Being in that position made me the leader of that group.

As a quick sidebar, my group was the second to last group you came over to and interrupted me from holding the boards as to move the program along quicker. I hope you recognized the energy of that group. It was truly exhillerating. There was even one point when I took a board from a girl and turned around to the group behind me, began slapping her board with my hand and yelling. I actually broke her board because I was clapping too hard. 

My point in all of this is that I really learned something about myself. That is: the increase in energy is not only a lot more productive but it is also a lot more fun. I wish I could master the skill of operating more often at an increased energy level. That is the hardest thing for me. I am one of those 2:30 people who have a motivation problem. 

The only suggestion I have is to identify the people in the crowd who appear to be the least interested and make them board holders (I know this is lagistically difficult but wow, it really was an amazing experience. Here it is 12 hours later and I still can't sleep.

Anyway, there is so much more I could say about the experience but I'm not sure I can put how I feel into words. 

Thanks again,


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