by Paul Chek |  Date Released : 15 Feb 2009

  • Introduction
  • Identifying impediments to safe exercise
  • Identifying functional pathologies
  • Networking with publishers, magazines, herbologists, corporations, lawyers, etc.
  • The greatest benefit of being a really good networker
  • Identifying who is better than you
  • How much time, energy and money are they willing to invest in their program?
  • Consistent log of who is good at what
  • Networking is an essential part of any professional practice
  • You’re only as good as your referral
  • Six ways to improve the likelihood that other professionals will want to work with you
    • Be polite
    • Be specific
    • Be able to demonstrate proof
    • Be presentable
    • Be knowledgeable of the language of the target
    • Be willing to give to get
  • Scarcity is a realistic fear if its your fear
  • Your mind does not generate electromagnetic force unless its working
  • Form out of formlessness
  • Like attracts like
  • Hold the vision of the way you want to live and be treated
  • The risks of networking
    • Outgrowing your infrastructure
    • Failure to check your ego and losing sight of priorities

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Paul Chek

About the author: Paul Chek

Internationally acclaimed speaker, consultant and Holistic Health Practitioner Paul Chek, draws upon over twenty-eight years of experience in corrective exercise, high performance conditioning and integrative lifestyle management. Author of six books, over 60 DVDs and numerous correspondence courses and seminars, he has also developed four advanced training programs for professional development in the health and fitness industry. Paul is the founder of the C.H.E.K Institute, based in San Diego, CA which specializes in Corrective Holistic Exercise Kinesiology ( He is also the creator of the P~P~S Success Mastery Program (

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