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Shannon Panzo PhD

Shannon Panzo, PhD

 

Managing Director of ZOX Pro Training and eBrain Management
Mental Photography and Brain Management Expert
Writer, Author, Creator, Speaker, Instructor

Shannon has been involved with the worldwide operations and distribution of Brain Management since 1986 and teaches an “Executive Version” of the seminar to students, as well as training instructors internationally.

With the ZOX Pro Training System, Shannon Panzo has helped people all over the world achieve higher mental functionality and improved well-being. Currently the Managing Director of ZOX Pro Training, Shannon Panzo began working closely with his mentor Richard Welch in 1986.

While collaborating with Richard Welch, the “Father of Mental Photography”, Shannon Panzo developed and adapted Mental Photography and Brain Management research into accessible products for people all over the world.

Shannon has dedicated his life to showing others how ZOXing makes Life easier, better, and more successful.

Shannon Panzo was elevated to Australasian Regional Director of Educom, Inc., enabling him to expand the company in the region while facilitating all operations and marketing efforts.

As the Managing Director of eBrain Management, Shannon Panzo serves as the singular Instructor of the eBrain Executive Seminar, available in Australasia. Offered only in Australasia, the advanced version of the Brain Management Seminar includes the presentation of advancements created during the 17 years of joint groundbreaking research conducted by Richard Welch and Shannon Panzo.

Through the eBRAIN Management Executive Seminar, individuals receive instructions for the three scientifically proven methods of Mental Photography. The Seminar also explores techniques to enable your brain to activate the vast avalanche of Mentally Photographed material that normally resides in a part of the brain inaccessible to the conscious mind.

By Shannon providing in an easy to learn format on the Internet, the ZOX Pro Training System enables individuals to capitalize on their innate mental capabilities through the power of Brain Management and Mental Photography.

Moreover, Shannon Panzo recently coauthored the #1 Bestseller inspirational book, “Bouncing Back – Thriving in Changing Times”, in which he explores themes relating to overcoming personal adversity. He also writes for several organizations on the powers and flexibility of the mind. Books that he has authored include the “Great Things Happen Here!” Series.



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Soar With the Eagles – or Roost With the Chickens

Posted on February 25, 2013 at 3:01pm 0 Comments

Who Influences You?

When my clients start working with me to gain the objectives of improving their lives, one of my first questions is. “How many people have direct influence over your life, such as your spouse, children, friends, relatives, etc.? Asking this question lays down a specific directive for my client to assess.

It’s natural that you would care what your loved ones think. These are the same…

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