Keller Williams kids can Quantum Leap
Saturday, April 9th, 2016
Have you ever wondered what direction to take next? Or feel like your life doesn’t have a purpose?
Keller Williams Kids Care (KWKC) is the next step as a training and coaching company for Keller Williams Realty. KWKC is a nonprofit organization that inspires young adults to shape worthy careers, businesses worth owning and lives worth living. And now, KWKC is calling out all 18-24 year old’s in San Pedro who are exiting high school, attending college, or starting in the work force.
International Guest Instructor, Margot Weatherford, will be teaching the “QL: World Changers Belize” event on Saturday, April 23rd at the Banyan Bay Conference Room. Gary’s Keller’s Quantum Leap, (QL) empowers students to live life to its absolute fullest. One of the many definitions of quantum include a sudden, important change. This program is for young adults in the stage of making a lot of life changing decisions, allowing them to live a life of purpose.
Students will have the opportunity to discuss powerful questions and will be equipped with tools and models to follow. During the course, students will set a personal mission, vision and set of values to guide them. This life changing experience will help participants take control of their life and move forward, making them find a balance in life.
Everything is a choice, and KWKC wants participants to learn to become good at choosing by teaching students the science of success. At the end of the program, KWKC hopes to teach students to focus on key priorities, become responsible, embrace positivism, break through barriers, and master their skills/talents.
Due to the generosity of sponsors, this course is free of charge and lunch will be provided. This course is more than motivational and will begin at 8 AM to 3 PM. However, spaces are limited. Coordinator Kate Corrigan encourages individuals in the age range of 18-24, to register as soon as possible by contacting her at 632-4102 or sending an email at [email protected]
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