Committment

Ted is committed to sharing his success system with anyone who is serious about achieving and enjoying a better life.

LeBron James explains commitment  this way: “Commitment is a big part of what I am and what I believe. How committed are you to winning? How committed are you to being a good friend? To being trustworthy? To being successful? How committed are you to being a good father, a good teammate, a good role model? There’s that moment every morning when you look in the mirror: Are you committed, or are you not?”

The Journey

Ted began his transformational journey in March of 2010 when his finances hit rock bottom and he realized he was broke! Just one year later his mother passed away making matters worse. He was at the lowest point in his life when he realized he needed to do things differently.

To change the trajectory of his life he sought and followed the advice of a mentor and almost overnight he felt the change. Ted’s behavior, focus and new outlook on life accompanied by supportive surroundings couldn’t have come at a better time. His development over the 3 years that followed was guided by values that have become his very own “success principle.”

“SWIM” Principle

The acronym for Ted’s success principle is “SWIM.”

Service ~ When we give of ourselves in an act of service it reinforces our sense of abundance. Unconsciously, the act of Giving signals the brain that we Have which is evidenced by our ability to Give.
Wellness ~ The body and the brain need to be healthy to accomplish our goals. When we provide each with what it needs, they reward us with the ability to enjoy the harvest.
Independence/ Interdependence ~ Our drive to find freedom and independence is fulfilled only when we realize that nothing in this world can be accomplished without the assistance of others.
Mentorship ~ Coaching is functional while mentoring is relational. Develop a profound connection to another individual where you give of your heart & soul to help them succeed. This action will do for the heart what sit-ups do for the abdominal muscles … it strengthens!