Run For Public Office – Complete Video & Audio Course

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Are you ready to make a difference but aren’t sure how to navigate this new journey?  If so, you’re not alone.  In the past 30 years, campaign consultant Jay Townsend has helped hundreds of conservative candidates like you to navigate the process of running for public office—also helping them avoid the common pitfalls to success.

For the first time, Jay is making the comprehensive training he provides through campaign consulting and candidate coaching available to you in video or audio format.  Jay’s program specifically addresses the practical decisions you will be making in your campaign from beginning to end.

You’ll discover:

  • Step-by-step directions on how to successfully fund your campaign
  • The questions to ask before you hire a pollster and commission your first poll
  • How to use polling data to give your campaign the winning edge
  • How to develop (and stick to) a budget that’ll keep your strategy on track
  • How much you’ll need for everything from polling, media and website design to rent, stationary, even snacks for volunteers
  • When to use television, how to tell your story on radio, and how to design and promote a professional-looking website
  • The secrets of effective persuasion mail and telephone campaigns
  • How to build a comprehensive media list
  • The art of dealing with reporters
  • How to make the most of your campaign announcement
  • How to design and execute your media plan
  • How to prepare for and conduct newspaper, television and radio interviews, and how to handle the inevitable attacks and mistakes
  • How to avoid mistakes and turn difficult circumstances to your advantage
  • How to see around corners so you can buy the time you’ll need to prepare for problems
  • How to keep your opponents at bay, test their response time, and understand their campaigns

Available in a combo package or individually, the following sessions are sold in an audio format or video format:

Special Bonus Offer!

When you buy the combo package, you’ll receive a free one-hour consultation with campaign consultant Jay Townsend PLUS Jay’s eBook, “10 Worst Mistakes Candidates Make”—a $500 value!

Nothing will be more important to your election than having enough money to get your message out – and nobody is better equipped to teach you how to raise it than Jay Townsend. This video is useful to candidates, campaign finance committee members, even non-profits.

Leslie Sanchez
Author, Television Commentator and Political Strategist

Running an effective campaign without solid, reliable polling is like driving a curvy mountain road in the fog at night without headlights. Few people in politics are as skilled at using survey research to shape winning campaigns as Jay Townsend, and in this video, he passes that information on to you.

Dana Perino
Former White House Press Secretary

Budgets and cash flows aren’t glamorous, but they are vitally important. Jay Townsend’s advice won’t just help you win your race – it will keep you out of debt on the morning after the election.

Jim Nicholson
Former Chair, Republican National Committee

Jay Townsend has put together a ‘soup-to-nuts’ communications guide that everybody can understand– everything from buying TV time to conducting a door-to-door volunteer blitz. Whether you’re running a political campaign or buying advertising for a non-profit, this video is invaluable.

Chris DePino
Former Chairperson, Republican Party of Connecticut

Jay Townsend has a lifetime of lessons to teach about dealing with the media. It is equal parts art and science, and Jay understands both.

Chris Lapatina
Political Consultant

Today’s 24-hour news cycle is brutal even for local candidates, and special interest pressures on candidates and office-holders have never been greater. You need agility and skill to navigate these waters, and this video by Jay Townsend provides a reliable compass.

Mike Collins
Crisis Communications Consultant

You can spend thousands on consultants, spend days at training programs and still not pick up the many lessons Jay Townsend has to teach in this seven-disc series. This is a comprehensive review you shouldn’t miss.

Mark Pfeifle
Former Deputy National Security Advisor to the President,
Vice President of S4, Inc., a Washington Communications firm

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Learn More, Study Less: The Video Course

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LEARN MORE, STUDY LESS: THE VIDEO COURSE

Here’s what you’ll be getting when you sign up for Learn More, Study Less: The Video Course:

  1. The complete 228-page edition of Learn More, Study Less.
  2. Six worksheets to take you from theory to practice in implementing the ideas.
  3. The 38-page Case-Study Manual. In this manual, I take a step-by-step look at how six different learners successfully applied the ideas, including:
    • How one student went from failing in chemistry and mathematics to scoring 85% using just one technique in the guide.
    • Another learner used the tactics to ace a professional designation exam while studying a month less than normally needed for the course.
    • One student who experienced a 75% reduction in his studying time, while actually scoring better grades.
  4. Three expert audio interviews with accompanying notes, which include advice from:
    • Benny, an octolingual polyglot, who recently became fluent in German in just three months.
    • Liam, a teacher and tutoring company owner who himself went from B’s and C’s to straight A+’s, sharing how any student can turn around their grades.
    • Kalid, founder Better Explained.com, sharing how he’s able to create intuitive, obvious explanations for advanced mathematics and science classes.
  5. The full 12 class modules in the video course, showing you how to:
    • Speed read
    • Remember vocabulary words with amazing accuracy (and far less time) than by rote
    • Set up a killer productivity system to nuke your procrastination
    • Study for exams holistically (and how I’ve aced university finals with no studying)
    • Use mental pictures to “get” hard math, physics or chemistry concepts the first time
    • Dissect a course, to know exactly which tactics to use to ace the class
    • Set goals you’ll actually achieve
    • Handle a crisis before an upcoming exam
    • Create metaphors easily, to understand ideas faster
    • Take flow-based notes, so you learn in less time
    • Learn more and study less with 6 hours of step-by-step instruction

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The Modern Woman’s Guide To Strength Training

The Modern Woman’s Guide To Strength Training Is A Collection Of 5-training-programs-in-1 To Help You Get Strong, Lean And Confident In No Time. Click Here!

 

The Modern Woman’s Guide to Strength Training Manual.Everything you want to know about strength training for women in an easy-to-understand format.

The Modern Woman’s Guide to Strength Training Exercise Glossary.A visual overview of the movements you will be doing during your training shot in beautiful, high quality HD.

The Modern Woman’s Guide to Strength Training Video Library.With 90 minutes of high-quality HD video, we show you all of the exercises, give you the exact tips and cues to make sure you’re performing them correctly.

The Modern Woman’s Guide to Strength Training Programs.Three different 16 weeks training programs perfect for any ability level, and perfect for any woman who wants to get stronger, leaner, healthier, and feel like a million bucks!

The Modern Woman’s Guide to Strength Training Progress Tracker.Tracking progress is absolutely critical to your long-term success. Simple and easy-to-use, you’ll be able to keep track of exactly what you’re doing every workout so you can see your progress over time.

The Modern Woman’s Guide to Strength Training Getting Started Guide.This Getting Started Guide is an absolute lifesaver as it helps you know exactly where to start, and walks you through the entire program step-by-step.

BONUS: The Modern Woman’s Guide to Conditioning.This guide brings a little sanity to the cardio and conditioning discussion. It gives descriptions and examples of the differences between high intensity interval training (HIIT) and moderate intensity cardio (MIC) and tells you what’s best for you.

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BONUS: The Modern Woman’s Guide to Nutrition – Super Shakes.This super shake guide shows you how you can make a quick, tasty, and healthful shake in just minutes. The shakes are broken down into two categories, snacks (~250 calories) and meal replacements (~450 calories).

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BONUS: The Modern Woman’s Guide to Core Training – Body Weight Edition.This Core Training Guide breaks down exactly how you should be training your core, and the types of movements that should be included in your program.

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Optional: The Modern Woman’s Guide to Good Nutrition Manual

We’re sure you’ve heard it before, but you can’t out-exercise a bad-diet. That’s just a recipe for a disaster.

That’s why we asked Dr. Cassandra Forsythe to write an accompanying Guide to Good Nutrition.

Dr. Cass (as we like to call her) is a brilliant, pragmatic nutrition expert and not one of those self-proclaimed “experts” either… she happens to be a registered dietitian (RD), certified sports nutritionist (CISSN), and holds a PhD in exercise science and nutrition. And if that weren’t enough to make you say dang…

She frequently speaks at various seminars and conferences in regards to female nutrition.

It’s safe to say, if anyone is an expert on female nutrition, it’s her.

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Leaking Ativan Into The Water #Snowzilla

Every year we get a blizzard, storm or hurricane warning. And every year people act as though it is the first storm they have encountered. Now for some it is the first storm they have encountered and for others, it’s not the first but no storm is alike.

As someone who has worked at a weather forecasting agency before, I know firsthand that a lot of weather headlines are pure sensationalist clickbait. But the truth is, meteorologist are some of the only people  that can be wrong at their jobs all the time and still have a job the next day. As much as we learn about weather patterns, we are only human and weather can often be unpredictable.

Now, whether this blizzard is as expected to be a potentially deadly and dangerous storm or whether the storm changes patterns and settles down, it’s important to always be prepared. It’s important to stay stocked for emergencies with items such as: non-perishable food items, water, first aid kits, blankets, radio, lanterns, candles, batteries, etc.

What I can’t seem to  understand though is that every year people freak out. Obviously you should go out and buy supplies, but why do people have to act like such maniacs. People driving on the roads like mad race car drivers. You see people at supermarkets and home supply stores pushing and pulling, yelling, arguing– you’d think it was the Hunger Games out there. How does pushing someone over for the last loaf of bread really benefit anyone? Sure you got that loaf, but you injured another living, human being for that.

Where has our sense of humanity gone? Pushing another person over won’t make the skies snow any less? You running that red light might get you to a market 20 seconds earlier, but you could kill someone by being so irresponsible and stupid.

Be careful out there, y’all. Not just from the weather but from other people.

Therefore, I am proposing we leak some Ativan into the water during this storm so we can all chill the flip out!

#LoveMe Challenge: Day 18

Day 18

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Something that feeds my brain:

Something that feeds my brain? I’m not even sure. I suppose the internet? The Daily Mail does a good deal for my brain, mainly because it’s so damn obvious where all the faults in all the articles are, especially the comments section. The comments section sends my brain into overdrive because really I can’t understand how people think the horrible things they think. Also Tumblr does a great deal for me, it’s a salvation spot. Everything makes sense on Tumblr– it’s my safe place.