NEUROSCIENCE "IN THE ZONE"

WHY DO 258 MILLION AMERICANS CHOOSE “ACTION MEDITATIONS” VERSUS “SITTING QUIETLY, DOING NOTHING AS SPRING COMES & THE FLOWERS GROW!”

YES, THE BIG NUMBERS TELL US WHY
258,000,000 AMERICAN MEN & WOMEN
ALREADY CHOOSE “ACTION MEDITATIONS”
AS ESSENTIAL TO SPORTS & EXERCISE,
FOR MANAGING STRESS & LIVING A
HAPPY, HEALTHY, PRODUCTIVE LIFE!

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SPORTS/EXERCISE STATISTICS

RUNNING, JOGGING, RACING—68,000,000
FLY FISHING, SPORTS, RECREATIONAL—50,000,000
HIKING , WALKING, CLIMBING—72,000,000
RECREATIONAL & COMPETITIVE CYCLING—66,000,00
SWIMMING & SURFING—86,000,000
TENNIS—25,000,000
GOLF—26,000,000
YOGA—36,000,000
TAI CHI—12,000,0000
MARTIAL ARTS—6,000,000
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T.M. PRACTITIONERS—5,000,00
AMERICAN BUDDHISTS—3,000,000

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“DO WHAT YOU LOVE AND
THE MEDITATIONS WILL FOLLOW!”
YOU ARE IN A WORLDWIDE CLUB
WHERE “ACTION MEDITATIONS” ALREADY
ARE A NATURAL PART OF EVERYDAY LIFE
FOR 258,000,000 MEN & WOMEN!

Sources: Professional Magazines/Sports Associations/U.S. Demographics

“Sitting quietly, doing nothing, Spring comes and the grass grows, by itself.”
Basho Matsuo, Haiku master, 1644-1694

About the author

Paul Farrell

Dr. Farrell is a Behavioral Economist. His books include The Millionaire Code; The Millionaire Meditation: Stress Management for Wall Street, Corporate America & Entrepreneurs; The Zen Millionaire; The Winning Portfolio; Expert Investing on The Net; Mutual Funds on The Net; and The Lazy Person's Guide to Investing. He also published 1,643 columns on DowJones-MarketWatch and for years was their #1 traffic-generating columnist. Before the Internet, he edited & published FNX: Future News Index, a financial newsletter for stock market traders. Earlier he was a Wall Street investment banker with Morgan Stanley, Executive Vice President of the Financial News Network; and Associate Editor of the Los Angeles Herald Examiner. He has a Doctorate in Psychology, Juris Doctor, Masters in Regional Planning and Bachelor of Architecture. He worked on the Esalen organic farm and served in the U.S. Marine Corps as Staff Sergeant in aviation computer technology.

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