Balance is not easy because it requires ownership of the problem.
It took over 20-years of world class mentoring to get William Todd free from the bondage of his old beliefs and habits. This journey, although humbling, has uniquely prepared William for his role as a mentor and teacher. It is the core principle of everything at his company WTPS.
In his book, The Mentor and Me with Marty Jeffery, he shares many of the lessons most of us are ‘unwilling to talk about’. His ultimate discovery of and belief in the Seven Levels of Awareness, a principle-centred approach to gaining and sustaining balance, maintains a solid 5-star rating on Amazon.com because it’s simple language and straight forward approach create meaningful results.
WTPS is perhaps the first principle-based organization of its kind. “We are a group of people who required a better definition of success.” The mentoring programs, the book, and our consulting work to inform a powerful field of men and women with the ability to create leadership in others.
In the words of William’s personal mentor Bob Proctor, “The Mentor in Me is not a book that you pick up and read. It’s a book you can form a relationship with and it’s a book you will want to study daily for the rest of your life.”
What Folks Like You are Saying About The Mentor in Me
5.0 out of 5 stars It’s all about the journey!
“Just ordered 3 more copies to give my daughters—all professionals who want to keep growing—for their birthdays this month. Can’t wait till they read it so they can discuss it with me!”
A life changing book.
“Todd sets the tone effortlessly to create a path within yourself to grow and take responsibility for your future. I have gifted this book countless times because it is a book that can keep on giving and anyone can find value and instill into their daily lives. I recommend reading this book more than one time and using it as a refresher to living your full potential.”
Engaging, inspirational and thought activating!
“There are enough personal development books to keep us all on track and living to our highest human potential. What I found unique about this book was the ease of understanding the Principles as I experienced both the teaching and the application of each from the teacher (Bob Proctor) and the student (William Todd) perspective. The storytelling format and review prompts at the end of each chapter kept me engaged as I felt lead to explore my own path back to the Mentor in ME! —”
— Tasha Chen, International Speaker, Author & Entrepreneur Stuart, Florida
Repetition Is The Key…
“The Mentor in Me is an easy and fast read but to paraphrase Bob Proctor in his introduction, this is not a book to read once but one to study and form a relationship with . William Todd has convinced me that repetition is the key .
— Jean Brock, PhD; RN, Retired San Antonio, Texas