"Training for 2012!"

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"Training for 2012!"

Time: April 15, 2011 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Unitarian Church
Street: 87 4 St.
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map: http://trainingfor2012.com/pa…
Phone: 541-552-1061
Event Type: individual, and, community, education, -, donation, requested.
Organized By: David Wick
Latest Activity: Apr 5, 2011

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2012 is seen by many around the world as a key moment in time. Olympians are focused on London in July, we Americans go to the polls for a pivotal election, and the Mayan Calendar marks December as a turning point in human history. What lies ahead for you? For your Family and community? For our world?


“Training for 2012”, launching in the Rogue Valley in April, will kick-start an international initiative, inspiring and equipping people to “go for their gold” and use the same core skills that Olympians use to make their dreams come true.

 

“I will show you how to apply the principles of Olympian Thinking™ to your personal, professional and community aspirations.” Through inspiring stories, practical tools, exercises and activities, you will develop the thinking and daily habits that invariably lead to exceptional human performance and to connect with others in your community who are “Training for 2012”.

 

In the session:

  • Discover the three things common to all high achievers
  • Learn the two key responsibilities of leaders now in Training for 2012 Leadership
  • Learn about exciting global trends including how the convergence of democracy, transparency and technology are reshaping the global political landscape at the highest levels.

“I look forward to meeting you and discovering together what your personal “gold” is. Now is the time to focus on that which matters most and make it happen, for yourself, your community, and for the world.” Sincerely, Marilyn King

 

Marilyn King was already a two-time Olympian when a devastating automobile accident left her unable to train physically for her third Olympic team. With only pool sessions and bench pressing she spent 3-4 hour/day in mental training and placed second in the demanding 5-event pentathlon at the 1980 Olympic Trials. Since then, she has become one of America’s leading authorities on exceptional human performance. With over twenty five years of extensive research into the secrets of extraordinary accomplishment in sports, business, and education, Marilyn delivers.

 

For information call 541-488-8858

 


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