Hello, I’m Devin Bisanz and I’m the creator of this web site, and all it’s content. I also write hypnosis scripts, and spend thousands of hours learning how to make them shorter, and more powerful than my predecessors. People might think I’m weird, that hypnosis is whatever, or that my scripts are ridiculous, and some people say, “I could never be hypnotized.”
I say, “Excellent, because I’m not here to hypnotize you. I’m here to hypnotize the people who want to learn about the benefits of hypnosis.”
More about me:
Born: January 4th 1981 – Capricorn.
First memory: getting my penis caught in my zipper.
Religion: Catholic, but I don’t believe in Heaven and Hell.
Type of student: B average.
Drinks: wine, beer, Jägermeister, Vodka, Redbull, coffee, tea, and lots of water.
Favorite sports to play: soccer, but I’m taking up a new sport in 2016.
Favorite hobby: cruising the highways on my Buell. Then gym, tan, laundry.
Accomplishments: Toastmasters International- Advanced communicator, and I enjoy teaching my skills to others, like the Air Cadets.
Neuro-Linguistic Programming Master Practitioner, weight loss coach, motivational coach, and emotional intelligence coach.
Direct to customer salesman- I knocked doors for years selling all kinds of products. It was during that time that I thought why sell things one door at a time, when we have the internet? I started blogging in 2009.
Internet Marketing- very expensive.
Biggest fear: Rejection
Biggest motivation: 2-hour work day.
Claim to fame: I died in a motorcycle accident in 2002.
A truck hit me from behind at over 140 kms per hour, and I bounced 88 meters to a stop. My helmet broke off, and I suffered from a tramautic brain injury.
Was that moment of death exciting? Yes, very peaceful and enlightening.
Life after death: Doctors told me, “One more head injury could leave you in a wheelchair.”
You can’t let Doctors dictate your life but remember, ALWAYS wear your helmet.
Why Top Brain Training?
Well, my accident took me on a journey through brain doctors and rehabilitation for years. Somehow along the way I got hooked on various uppers and downers. I put on a bunch of weight, and turned into a slob. After 7 years passed a mediation date was set; me vs. the insurance company.
I was feeling especially horrible on the day of the mediation. I had been crying so my eyes were swollen, and I was in bad shape. When the meeting was finally adjourned my Lawyer leaned toward me and asked, “Do you think you have brain damage?”
“Yes,” I spurted, but as I leaned back in my chair I had to wonder if I really have brain damage?
Truthfully I think brain damage is a joke because I know you can rehabilitate your brain, just like you would any other injured muscle. But then I hear another voice saying, “Crazy people don’t think they’re crazy either.”
I needed back then what I have created today- Top Brain Training, a place where you can plug in, update your software, and go away believing in yourself.
Wouldn’t Top Brain Training involve memorization, and puzzles?
Top Brain Training is about activating ‘outside the box’ thinking strategies, and developing your intuition because it’s like Albert Einstein said, “The only real thing is intuition.”
Crosswork puzzles help develop your memory, hypnosis helps you develop intuition.
Tell us about you: I’m a glass half full kind of guy who uses pain and suffering as a reminder that all roads lead to happiness. I like to make jokes, and can be a bit of a loud talker. Most people like me, but the people who don’t like me, REALLY don’t like me. I still like them because I can accept anything- it’s a skillset you gain after you die.
I think that once you can accept death, even embrace it, then you free yourself to overcome all your fears. It’s like what’s the worst that could happen, I die?
Usually death is the last thing on the list so you will never get there. Instead it’ll be like what’s the worst thing that can happen, I get embarrassed? OK, if I can accept death, then embarrassment is nothing at all. In fact embarrassing moments, and significant failures tend to turn into great stories, and life lessons.
Parting words: Thanks for stopping by, hopefully you enjoy my blogs, and feel good about buying all my products.
Have a great and wonderful day!