LAX Renaissance Hotel to Host Life University's The BIG Weekend, September 18-20, 2009

Corwall, NY (PressExposure) September 07, 2009 -- The Renaissance Los Angeles LAX Airport Hotel is pleased to have been chosen as the site of the first "The BIG Weekend" on September 18 to 20, 2009.Located at 9620 Airport Boulevard in Los Angeles, the Renaissance is a European-inspired boutique hotel, only 1/2 mile from LA International Airport. The hotel is known for being the top address for discriminating travelers and demanding corporate travelers who must be close to LAX.

The BIG Weekend itself is a seminar devoted to helping the individual be their best, every hour of every day.Life University offers every person on the planet an experience of a lifetime, simply by training them on how to turn possibilities into reality at The BIG Weekend ( [http://thebigweekend.com/LU4] ).

Being the best you can be is the key to living the ultimate life. The BIG Weekend will be unlike any personal development seminar created before. The BIG Weekend promises that, over three days, participants will retrain their thought processes and reactions to situations, allowing them to break through any barriers that hold them back from living their ultimate life.

"You'll be able to commit to growth and learning, so that you will not merely survive today but learn to soar tomorrow," says Seymour Segnit, Founder and President of Life University, which developed The BIG Weekend. "You can become completely focused on taking your life to the next level."

The personal development field has given us self-development superstars like Anthony Robbins and Zig Ziglar, who have created a profoundly useful body of work, but beyond a few bestsellers and a popular movie, very little of the best content has been broadly available. Thanks to Seymour Segnit and Aaron Huey, co-presenters of The BIG Weekend, participants will develop an understanding of what it means to be part of the human community.

Many people look beyond their own lives, and begin thinking about their individual impact. We all want to create a better world, but what can we do as individuals? The answer: create a new way of thinking. Life University is the campus for personal growth, expanding the focus to include the world beyond an individual's needs, and The BIG Weekend ( [http://thebigweekend.com/LU4] ) is designed to be the entry point to that broader world.

"This is no 'one-size-fits-all' approach to personal development," says Segnit. "At The BIG Weekend participants will focus on those life areas that most need attention, clearly identify their issues, and address them during the weekend."

There are 4 key areas that need to be in alignment to live the ultimate life: Money & Business, Health & Vitality, Love & Relationships and Power & Purpose. Participants will have the support to develop all the key areas of their lives.

"The processes we're writing are so powerful," says Aaron Huey, Speaker and Co-creator of The BIG Weekend. "It's helping me resolve a lot of things, and I feel so blessed being part of the creation of this process. This event is brilliant."

The BIG Weekend is only available through Life University. Visit The BIG Weekend at [http://thebigweekend.com/LU4] or LifeUniversity.com

About Life University

Life University was founded in 2008 as the world's open source education platform, an environment where students and faculty can access knowledge, ideas and expertise through an online global campus. Based in the United States, the company can be reached on the web at [http://thebigweekend.com/LU4] or by phone at 1-888-LIFEU-02 (888-543-3802).


The BIG Weekend is ©Life University


Contact:
Seymour Segnit
Life University
University House
1 Grandview Ave
Corwall on Hudson, NY 12520
888-543-3802
info@lifeuniversity.com
[http://TheBigWeekend.com/LU4]


"The processes we're writing are so powerful," says Aaron Huey, Speaker and Co-creator of The BIG Weekend

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Press Release Submitted On: September 07, 2009 at 5:07 am
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