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Subject: Discover How to Unleash Your Mind

(EMAILWIRE.COM, October 25, 2006 ) Livonia, MI -- Have you ever wished that you were smarter? Michael Watson, a successful Detroit area Real Estate investor, has discovered a product which can help you unlock the true power of success. Michael spoke at the National Real Estate Network’s Mega Evening Event last Thursday, October 19th. Michael spoke about wondering what it would be like to be “really smart,” smart like few people in the world are smart – smart enough to remember important details in the blink of an eye and solve complex problems without even breaking a sweat. He told of his a product he found which would allow you to do just that.He created a web site; www.betteryourmind.com to explain more about this brain entrainment CD. Michael Watson has found a simple, proven, tool that you can use to quickly and easily increase your mental abilities, IQ and mental focus – without every cracking a book! Would you be interested in learning more? Go to Michael’s site at www.betteryourmind.com for your chance to discover how to increase your mental abilities and IQ while also improving your memory, mental clarity and focus!Contact:Mark MaupinTel: 734-402-0180


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