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See How to Learn from Secrets of Prison Escapees

Imagine being locked-up in solitary confinement from the age of 26 and for the rest of your life!

Well, that is exactly what happened to the notorious prisoner known as the Bird Man of Alcatraz.  His real name was Robert Stroud.  He was born in 1890 and died in prison when he was age 73.  He was first sentenced to prison when he was 19 years old.

Interestingly, even living most of his life in permanent solitary confinement Stroud created a form of freedom.  While solitary confinement depressed him to the point of attempting suicide several times, he also escaped the mental isolation by pursuing his interest in birds.

He dedicated his mind to studying diseases of birds and became an acclaimed expert on the topic.

If Robert Stroud could achieve some mental freedom even in the face of permanent solitary confinement, so can you escape from your own mental solitary confinement.

Watch this video which explains how to do it.

How are you going to create the passion to break free and achieve all you can be, do or have?

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