3 Rules To Live By - Rule No. 1: NO LIES
How To Make Time For What's Important In Your Life, with Tony Drees
This is the first of 3 FREE COURSES which are part of the Tony Drees Discover Your Superpower bundle. A $120 Value.
Ready to make a change but not sure where to start? Tony Drees, the Transition Expert, has figured out a common language to help anyone ages 10 and up to experience powerful personal growth with just three simple rules: No Lies, No Excuses, and Never Quit.
The first rule, 'No Lies,' is your gateway to the most rapid personal transformation you may ever experience. It's also a qualifying milestone for the other two courses in the bundle and for all future training here at Superpower Institute.
MOST of the folks who begin this free course bundle will be unable to complete the first assignment. Therefore, honestly earning your completion certificate for this course automatically places you in the top 10% of all students.
This course is all about learning how to make time for what's important in your life.
Many apply; few continue. Begin your journey to Discover Your Superpower.
Tony Drees is the Transition Expert, a Warrior, an Invincible Champion of Life, an Army Veteran, a Purple Heart Recipient, an Amputee, an Educator, Keynote Speaker, and a Father.
IN 1991, Tony survived the deadliest Scud missile attack of the Gulf War and lived to tell about it... when 28 others did not. Ultimately, he lost his right leg to shrapnel-induced cancer in February of 2018, and without any way to comfortably wear a prosthetic.
Tony received his Masters of Management from the University of Phoenix, and in 2015 he received Honorable Recognition at the 2015 NAACP Image Awards for diversity and empowerment in education.
Mr. Drees lives in Colorado and speaks professionally at schools, corporate events, veterans benefits, and on TV and radio too. He stands on his only leg when he addresses his audiences to talk about his 3 Rules To Live By: No Lies, No Excuses, and Never Quit.
Part Man, Part Legend, 100% Alive.
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