Evolution is the core component of our personal development. To be positively altered and improved by an experience or programme. Leaders of tomorrow, highly trained marines instigate this process and fundamentally change their way of life. Is this process teachable? Are you teachable?
The very skills and fundamentals needed to enact this change come from carefully designed training in mindset and performance. This programme is designed to create and instil such change in you within 90 days. It is a hard programme which takes incredible personal commitment and dedication.
This experiential led programme will change the way you see the world and the way you see yourself. It is a total reboot of who you are and your core wiring. Leave the box behind and think openly.
How teachable are you?
How much can you actually alter your core self?
Were they born special? Did they more easily unlock the self-drivers that make us high performers?
Can you become that type of person? Can you evolve and adapt yourself to become exceptional? Do you have control over yourself to make change that sticks?
I’ve spent the last 6 years of my life answering this question and designing a programme that gives you the skills to make that change.
I’ve worked with the Royal Marines and I teach Leadership and Entrepreneurship as a lecturer at Oxford University.
A marine is completely redefined within 9 months, Oxford produces some of the most exceptional talents in the world. I’ve had the privilege of being able to work with students and work with marines to get that back to civilian life.
Whether your goal is to lose weight, become a high performer in business or in sport or just a better person, life is about mindset training and most of us need a mental reboot.
That’s what this is, we micro analyse your life and rebuild it from the ground up to give you a foundation and a process to unlock the future you that is healthier, happier and better performing. In short, better able to reach goals which you set.
Register now to be the first to hear about the next in-take for the programme