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Roger Neumann

Pearl Harbor Day

December 9th, 2011

Wednesday was the 7th of December which marked the 70th anniversary date of the attack on Pearl Harbor.  My wife, Diane, and I were lucky enough to attend the commemoration day.  The Mistress Of Ceremonies, Leslie Wilcox, did an excellent job from the Welcoming to the Moment of Silence, announcing the Missing Man Flyover followed by the Presentation of Colors and the National Anthem with a Prayer for Peace. Then came the introduction of the Key Speakers; The Honorable Ken Salazar, Secretary of the Interior and The Honorable Ray Mabus, Secretary of the Navy.  The Keynote Speaker, a Pearl Harbor Survivor, Mr. Mal Middlesworth gave a heart-filled speech and kept the attention of every person.  Leslie Wilcox followed with recognition to each group of surviving heros from that day that became part of America’s history. She then followed with the Battle Site Wreath Presentations, Benediction, the Rifle Salute, the sound of Taps, Retiring the Colors and the Walk of Honor.  All of this took place where everyone was able to see the USS Arizona Monument.

This was obviously a day that I will remember and I am sure the thousands of people in attendance will also have this day locked into their memory for life.

Go out and make it a successful day!

Roger Neumann


September 17th, 2011

I want to let everyone know that I am having a book signing on Saturday, 24 September 2011, at Barnes and Noble in Fort Worth, Texas.

The signing starts at 1:00 CST and I invite YOU and your friends to the launch of PERSUASION EQUATIONS.

Location of Barnes and Noble is: 1612 South University Drive, #401 Fort Worth, Texas 76107 817-335-2796

See you there. Go out and make it a $ucce$$ful day!

Go out and make it a successful day!

Roger Neumann

Brian Ridgway’s First Webinar

August 5th, 2011

I had to take time and share this with you and the universe.  Brian Ridgway had his first webinar in his series of webinars today.  This webinar was unbelievable, powerful, informative, intriguing and inviting to get people to extend their horizons and to reach and stretch for more.  His message had me hanging on the every word he was saying.  Some of Brian’s suggestions will take time for me to totally accept the outcome of the transformation from ME NOW to ME TOMORROW because of 65 years of being programmed by society, friends, employers etc and being ME.

The process won’t be as easy as flipping a light switch from the OFF position to the ON position.  I know I can and will make the transformation and it will take more time for me than it will take for others.  Yes, I do believe you can teach an old dog new tricks.  I know Brian will have to do the dripping method on me and once I get it, I have it and I will be able to put a lever bar on that light switch and get that extra leverage to flip the switch to the ON position.

This was an exciting and informative webinar and I can’t comprehend what Brian has in store for us with his future webinars.  All I can say for us on the webinar today is we better fasten our seat belts because we are going on a ride that will change us for the better.  All aboard!

Go out and make it a successful day!

Roger Neumann

Lemon Perception

July 15th, 2011

Most of you know about or have heard of The Toastmasters Club.  Every week a group of members meet for one hour and conduct a meeting that is governed by strict time limits for different topics.  During the hour, we will have two speakers present their speech.

Each speech usually has a time limit of 5 to 7 minutes and the speech must be finished within the 5 to 7 minute time frame.  After the two speakers give their speech, they will have their speech critiqued by an evaluator.  This person highlights the positive substance and give advice how the speaker can improve the quality of their speeches.

For those of you who have never been to a meeting, click the link and watch my latest speech called “Perception.”

Go out and make it a successful day!

Roger Neumann