NEW YORK, June 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Great Britain's decision to leave the flawed EU has sent shockwaves all across the world in an effort to regain autonomy for their economic and political freedom. Individual minds are now seeking their own freedom and looking for ways to win it back.
Whenever there is a momentous decision implemented concerning the freedom of a mass populous, interest increases in individual minds as we each reflect upon on our own freedom inside our minds.
"Recent Google search trends indicate more people are searching for terms such as 'freedom,' 'Great Britain' and 'Brexit.' Seeing an interest in Brexit as a reclaim for freedom is no surprise, as this historic decision triggers interest in one's own freedom," says Kalliope Barlis, an expert in guiding people into gaining more freedom and wealth, personally and professionally.
Combine this with the release of summer in the same week, you're sure to see a lot of people wanting to feel more free not only in the sun but in their own minds so they're free to do the things they love to do inspired by a nation to do the same.
Kalliope, who has published a series of books called "Play Golf Better Faster," details essential skills with some scientific evidence as well as practical solutions for creating more freedom inside your mind so you have more room to think better in order to play better, not only in golf but the game of life.
"While it is inspiring to watch a nation of people reclaim their freedom, the skills needed for individual freedom can be more easily performed with just one mind than the minds of many in government. These skills are easy to learn and do."
"The Five Tips For Freedom" are provided free on Kalliope's website (http://www.kalliope.nyc) and reveal skills dedicated to building your best, simply and quickly, personally and professionally, providing vivid, sound and concrete skills to regain your freedom and gain wealth in all areas of your life for greater personal freedom.
Media Relations Director
Building Your Best
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