21 DAY MENTORING PROGRAM
Take a front seat to learn from one of the most successful mentoring relationships ever. In his book, The Mentor In Me, William Todd reveals the ups and downs of learning from one of the world’s premier mentors, Bob Proctor.
This 21 Day Mentoring Program is based on those hard-learned lessons and the unbelievable rewards, which can only come from picking the right mentor and practicing Attitude Consciousness. Take 21 days to learn an effective way to use the power of repetition to change your attitude and your life.
You will learn the same Seven Levels of Awareness that Bob Proctor says created his success! And you’ll have a keepsake gift to prove you have earned a Brilliant Attitude!
PRINCIPLE LEADERSHIP isn’t only for business owners and entrepreneurs.
The Mentor in Me chronicles a journey many of us can relate to – been given the tools and guidance to achieve success and then only sometimes following through on the wisdom offered. The book documents the times when William used the Seven Levels of Awareness to unlock doors and change paradigms and the times when, to his detriment, he failed to make the most of opportunities presented.
“You owe it to yourself and others around you to raise your awareness with ‘The 7 Steps of Awareness’.”
— Steve Renwick
Seven Levels of Awareness, a principle-centred approach to gaining and sustaining balance
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.
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Habits change through either of two ways — an emotional impact or by using repetition. In just 21 Days, we will guide you through this online program to properly use repetition to permanently change your habits (paradigms). Go from reacting to life all the way to embracing what it means to be a Master in this 21-day Mentoring Program. Self-discipline begins with the mastery of your thoughts and success requires repetitive action.