Here writes: Professor Dr. Martin Christian Morgenstern

82Dr. Martin Christian Morgenstern is a behavioral scientist and evolutionary psychologist. As an expert in mental strength, personality development, motivation and stress management, he has been advising, coaching and training specialists and executives, politicians, entrepreneurs and professional athletes for over ten years. He has also been a lecturer at renowned universities of applied sciences for many years. His methods are scientifically proven and can be implemented 100 percent immediately. More information at

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