Director of Marketing
Toronto - When Jim Clemmer was diagnosed with Kidney Cancer, he went through what he describes as "therapeutic wallowing."
A young man in his 40s, Clemmer had spent most of his career, as a writer, speaker and consultant, helping others deal with constant change. And now he was faced with the greatest change challenge of his life.
However, between his initial diagnosis and the follow up CT scan a few weeks later, he embarked on a series of visualization exercises. The result is either entirely coincidental or an extreme case of the mind curing the body.
At the follow-up exam, where Jim was expecting a grim prognosis, the doctor told him not to cancel any speaking engagements. What was a 90% probability of cancer was actually just a cyst.
While he'll never know whether he actually eliminated the cancer, he realized how powerful it could be for others to use visualization and imagery to channel anxiety and stress toward positive action.
From this experience Clemmer compiled a list of Visualization Tips and Techniques to help others dealing with catastrophic life changes, move beyond wallowing by focusing on what they want the future to be.
Jim Clemmer, whose books have sold over 400,000 copies, is a popular professional public speaker (over 2,500 presentations) who brings energy and insights to the never-ending nature of change. He has given hundreds of interviews in the past three decades. Your audience would enjoy his humour and refreshing take on how they can take control and live happily with the changes that are invariably and inevitably confronting them – today, tomorrow, and as long as they live.
Visualization Tips and Techniques