About DesShinnick
Joined February 2015
Hi everyone! Doesn't this site have a warm feel to it.

About Des (Feb 2105)

I live in Auckland, New Zealand with my lovely partner Amy (a talented barista and all round nice person), we have 4 kids in various places. 3 daughters newly out on their own as a Banking Lawyer, Graphic Designer, Industrial Designer, and the youngest son with no idea what he wants to do as he sits in his final years at school.

We enjoy the simple things in life. Often we'll be out walking, or on motorbikes getting out to the back of beyond. We have around 9 motorbikes. I enjoy observing the funny things in life. I'm a thinker not a reader and tend to create stuff. I'm a big movie fan although can't remember a lot of what I've seen. I did the 48hours movie comp one year with my then 12 year old son and his mates with no experience. www.48hours.co.nz 48 hours to write, plan, film edit and hand in a completed short film. We got to see our movie on the big screen. I'm pro humanity, re-connecting with life, keeping balance, and spirituality. I wake each day happy and enjoy life.

I have the remnants of concussion and this has meant a review of what I do. It limits my time so motorbikes, and many other things are being let go to focus on enjoying life and the work I do, my other passion in life. As part of that we've migrated from a home to small space inspired by tiny houses. 38m2 for our 2 bedroom home. I am transitioning to being more mobile over the next few years and de-cluttering made sense.

Amy would say I am a very calm person, and calming, one daughter calls me teacher dad (I have no idea if that's good - she still calls me. I guess I rarely tell her what to do but have her think about it and expand that thinking), my son says I'm cool he's also amazed by some of the things I do - I stretch his mind, the other two don't say much about me. Sometimes things just don't need to be said. I don't value money and don't have a need to have heaps.



Why am I here (on this site :)

I want to explore taking a lot of the products and processes I've developed online, to connect that with the work I do and expand awareness of that. This means a re-think of what I do and how it all interconnects. That and I liked the feel of the site without getting into the site too deeply and figured it seemed like a good place to hang out.



The work I do (why I'm here)

I help people change personal problems that stop them from living life. People are usually surprised that what had been a problem for them is gone. I integrate, NLP, Counselling and my own treatments.

I've developed world leading treatments for;
- depression (currently in clinical trial)
- anxiety
- dyslexia

I also have unique material for
- ADHD
- sleep

My treatments are used by people in New Zealand, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Russia and Scotland. I have a standing invite to train in Spain and need to translate my material into Spanish. (Concussion doesn't help this process) I will also learn to speak Spanish.

Here are a couple of my websites;
www.vivachi.co.nz, created years ago and never been updated. (There are a bunch of old video testimonials on here)
www.shinnickdepression.co.nz written while I was heavily concussed. I mapped it out a year back and was shocked how convulted and unconnected it was. I have tidied up the front page and need to go through and cut links and re-do pages to sort that.

60% of my clients are children. Adults come to me and often the problem stems back to childhood. If I fix that in kids then they're away flying. I work with kids from age 4 and will work with 3 year olds if I see them first.

I also like to do research (play) with the mind, mental and physical health conditions and to that end you'll see video's on my site I think for clearing physical health conditions such as asthma, IBS, ulcers, allergies, sinus problems, as well as, depression, anxiety, dyslexia, speech language, trauma, PTSD, phobia's, ADHD, reading, writing, anger, bedwetting, and a bunch of other stuff. My way of working is through understanding how clients do what they do, then changing it. I have a really good understanding of how people and brains work.

In an ideal world a philanthropist would knock on my door and fund me to just create stuff, have a research centre, and fund getting this information out into the world both digitally, through one-on-one coaching with counsellors, psychologists etc and through training health professionals. Making money off this isn't my priority. Changing the way people are treated medically is.

Through 2014 I have done no training of people in my therapeutic treatments due to working on my concussion.



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I'm looking forward to the connection and experience.
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Question 3: I can commit 12 hours as a minimum and expect more. This is an important part of my business going forward and something I need to do. So I'll be looking for niches to integrate within what I do or coming from what I do.

Question 1: Money's not the key driver for me. Getting my products, systems and processes to a wider audience is. I expect achieving that goal will lead to increased income. Money is a secondary goal or byproduct. If I earnt $1,000 per week off digital products and it allowed me to do research and teach my material full time travelling the world then that would be a great outcome.

Question 2: I don't do ecstatic. Whether I earn $1,000 per week or $10,000 per week, more money doesn't make me ecstatic. It's just money.

I know this hasn't answered the question specifically in terms of how you've asked them. It's important to spread the work I do within the medical world and world in general. WA seems like a method for ramping that up and I expect it will lead to better income.
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Question 3: I can commit 12 hours as a minimum and expect more. This is an important part of my business going forward and something I need to do. So I'll be looking for niches to integrate within what I do or coming from what I do.

Question 1: Money's not the key driver for me. Getting my products, systems and processes to a wider audience is. I expect achieving that goal will lead to increased income. Money is a secondary goal or byproduct. If I earnt $1,000 per week off digital products and it allowed me to do research and teach my material full time travelling the world then that would be a great outcome.

Question 2: I don't do ecstatic. Whether I earn $1,000 per week or $10,000 per week, more money doesn't make me ecstatic. It's just money.

I know this hasn't answered the question specifically in terms of how you've asked them. It's important to spread the work I do within the medical world and world in general. WA seems like a method for ramping that up and I expect it will lead to better income.
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NiinaL Premium
I love your goals! I love that you're more focused on what you can do for others than what kind of money they can earn for you. That's an inspiring quality to have :)
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Carson Premium
Great goals Des,

The first step to achieving success online is to set some goals and now that you have done this you can start working towards them. Your goals are absolutely achievable and realistic. Dedicate yourself to working through the training, taking action, and getting help when you need it.

I am personally here to help you and there are many others within the community that will reach out to help too.

You are already doing great, keep it up!

Carson
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LuciusTseng Premium
Hi Des,
Very well thought out response, with detail explanation to each question, cool. You hit jackpot with putting focus on spreading the work you do within the medical world. Keep spreading the word.
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jmontana10 Premium
I agree IM is like any other career, and it can be made possible through hard work, dedication, perseverance. Thanks for this great opportunity.
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Your great attitude show that you are a success already.
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Hi Des and thanks for the follow- I wish you much success here at WA!
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Hi, thanks for the follow!
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Hi Des, thanks for the follow, it's nice to meet you, best wishes on your WA journey
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KeithBunge Premium
I am very impressed with what you have done and are continuing to do with your life. I have been in the driving profession the majority of my life. But I have very effectively used NLP coupled with many meditational techniques along the psychic development path. I found a very interesting psychology technique called tapping or Thought Field Therapy that has been effective with physical problems and dealing with pain. I was hit from behind on my 750 Kawasaki motorcycle by a drunk driver in a Pinto. The car won. This was my reason for exploring this area.
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Yep, getting hit by cars on a motorbike is usually not going to end well. My son and one daughter and just going through the process of getting motorcycle licences. The other two think they're unsafe. Although one is now dating a guy with a 50cc scooter and will happily pillion on that.

I'm going to road register one of the race bikes probably a CBR400RR. The plan is to cut the fairing in the nose and make a plug in module with headlight. And basically plug the headlight, brake light and indicators when using on road and unplug on track. LED's for the brakes and indicators and small lights for low and high beam. I'll also need to fit a side stand but it will have to come off the body somewhere up higher. I'm going to get my daughter to do all that work. The only other problem is we have lugs fitted to limit the steering lock since it's a race bike only. We need to be able to plug that on and off for road use. She wants the bike and can fabricate anything so it seems like a fair exchange. If the kit goes well I might do it to all the race bikes. 3 CBR600's and 3 CBR400RR's. And we'll have to remove the slicks. I wonder if we can flush mount indicators in the fairing.
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KeithBunge Premium
Sounds like a good project. I am not so skilled in fabrication. I tried with a partner to fabricate a new development in sacred geometry and found that neither of us had the skills to make it work. We tried to make a Chesterhedron. This shape has many things that are unique to it and it relates to the heart in shape and projection. We were going to make lamps with different colored LED's. We found we could make the shape out of paper but when it came to polycarbonates to make it strong enough for our purposes it was beyond are skill levels.
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Nowadays they can do it draw it all on the computer then fire it off to a 3D printer to print for moulding or CNC machine to cut out of a block for moulding. Well beyond anything I am capable of as well. Or if the parts are small enough just 3D print the parts. For me it's mind boggling to realise you can 3D print titanium. My daughter has agreed to do the job and I'm asking her to make it a standardised design so we can put it on a number of the bikes. Hopefully she'll be done in the month. It all has to comply with road regs.
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I have been investigating shops that do 3 d printing close to me in the Seattle and Tacoma region of Washington state. I was going to try to develop a project myself but with very limited capital resources I may simply buy the cad drawings and go with a project that is being developed all over the world. I am not sure of the cost of the project but Hopegirl has released complete plans and videos with instructions of how to build her quantum energy generator. If it costs as much as I think I may be able to complete it in 10 years or so. I am thinking about seeking crowd funding to attempt this project. This is the only way I could afford it I think. I did find several free 3 d printing and animation softwares available. But then once again you have the learning curve to simply learn the software.
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If you want to create something 3D you can just hire a student who does that stuff to draws something. There hourly rate is low. My daughter is doing internships and private work at the moment so I can ask her if you're interested. It doesn't take her long to create something in 3D.

You would also have access to the maker spaces in the US. There are many in Seattle e.g. Makerhaus. Just google community workshop, or 3d printer, or maker spaces etc. In most cities there are 3d printer clubs.

I will switch to PM. If you are looking at power generation I have something else that may be of interest.

Cheers, Des.
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Thanks for the follow.
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