Ralph Zuranski has been in search heroes for the past 30 years – and finding them. Perhaps the biggest hero he has found is the hero within himself, his alter ego, Captain Biorhythm. Now Zuranski is showing others the secrets to finding the heroes in their own lives, using what he has learned and mastered over the past three decades. He will conduct a special "boot camp" at Dallas Baptist University's Hurst-Colleyville Campus, Wednesday, July 7, 2010.
Online PR News – 05-July-2010 – – Colleyville, Tex., July 5, 2010 – Ralph Zuranski doesn’t just believe everyone has a hero within themselves; he knows it. After spending the past 30 years in search of heroes in everyday life, Zuranski knows a hero when he sees one.
Now Zuranski is helping people in all walks of life discover their inner heroes so they can live more productive and meaningful lives and be examples to others. He will conduct a one-hour presentation Wednesday, July 7, titled “How to Create Your Own Hero Story and Turn It Into a 60-Second USP Video” at the Dallas Baptist University Hurst-Colleyville campus, beginning at 8:15 a.m.
“In difficult times heroes and heroines rise up to save civilizations by sacrificing their time, money, energy and sometimes their lives to inspire others,” Zuranski said. “Everyone has a secret inner hero or heroine they can discover, embrace and empower any time they need extra help. It’s a life-changing discovery.”
Zuranski says contemporary society has become numb from the constant drumbeat of bad news, but that the situation can be reversed by calling public attention to heroes from all walks of life who quietly are making a difference in the lives of those around them. Zuranski’s personal hero is his alter ego, Captain Biorhythm.
“Athletes and movie stars provide entertaining diversions, but the real heroes are those living next door or up the street who work hard to make life better for those around them, whether they be family members, friends or complete strangers.” Zuranski said. “People who discover their own inner hero find it much easier to find the same traits in others.”
In the course of researching In Search of Heroes Zuranski has worked with some of the world’s leading experts in alternative medicine. His heroes training program focuses on the major role good physical health plays in gaining mastery over the mind. He says children should start their search for heroes early, and encourages parents to bring their children to his presentation July 7.
An additional feature of Zuranski’s program is helping families work together to develop additional sources of income providing online marketing services for entrepreneurs.
“Families are so important in shaping positive attitudes,” Zuranski said. “I encourage everyone to bring their children and friends who enjoy laughing, having a good time and learning how to have a positive attitude, no matter what is going on in their lives. We will show them how to overcome the negative messages by creating positive ones. Everyone should be in search of heroes.”
Zuranski will give everyone who dresses as their own personal hero a special participation prize.
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