We are excited to invite your teen/young adult to this mastermind. Our younger generations struggle to navigate life well. Our masterminds meet them where they are. We asked them what they are missing & used their answers to plan this mastermind.
The day will be filled with inspiration, information and connections that will equip them to navigate their health & well-being, relationships, communication and careers.
- We spend more than 75% of our lives working, so we better love what we do
- Our health & wellness is our only true wealth
- Financial Fitness = Freedom
- The decision-making process is a skill they need for life.
TLM Coaching Studio
7720 E. Evans | Suite 105 | Scottsdale, AZ 85260
JUNE 4 & 5
Saturday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sunday 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Serving True Food
SATURDAY JUNE 4
10 Welcome // Get To Know Each Other
10.30 Tracey: No More Excuses
11.15 Tony Mandarich: Former NFL GB Packer
12 Lunch: True Food
1.15 Nicole Myden: Entrepreneurship
2.15 Dating, Relationships & Sex
3 Kim Jones: Strength & Conditioning Coach
SUNDAY JUNE 5
9 Mindset Mental Edge Training
10.15 Ambassador Panel + Download
12 Wolf Pack Workout (Optional but Encouraged)
TRACEY MARTIN: No More Excuses
Immersive Transformational Life Coach :: Author :: Speaker :: Sustainable Living Strategist
Where would you be if you met every decision with a yes or no answer instead of an excuse? We tell our parents, bosses, teachers, friends and worse of all ourselves excuse as to why something didn’t work out. Lets remove the excuses and start to focus on telling ourselves the truth and putting solutions in place. Remember, excuse only sound good to the person saying them. Excuses give us permission to not succeed. It is time to remove them.
Photographer :: Creative :: Public Speaker
Author :: NFL Alumni :: Sobriety Advocate
Speaks on how to take life’s adversities & turn them into virtues.
Tony Mandarich was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated in 1989 as “The Incredible Bulk, the best offensive line NFL draft Prospect ever.” Four years later, in 1992, he was again featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated as “The NFL’s Incredible Bust.” Released by the Green Bay Packers that year, he immersed himself in a world of painkillers and alcohol. Then, on March 23rd, 1995, he entered rehab and turned his life around. He returned to the NFL 11 months later and played three years for the Indianapolis Colts before retiring due to a shoulder injury. Tony’s purpose is to carry the message of recovery as an Advocate for Sobriety and Mental Illness. In addition, he expresses much of his life through his professional photography. In 2009, Tony released his book, My Dirty Little Secrets – Steroids, Alcohol & God: The Tony Mandarich Story. Tony’s book will be re-released in 2022 in an audio format with the addition of an update of the last 13 years. On the eve of the 2019 NFL Draft, ESPN aired a 44-minute E60 documentary about the life of Tony Mandarich and what the real story was. You will hear the raw, real-life experience of the 1989 2nd overall draft pick, a message carried from a man who knows football, alcoholism, drug addiction, and how to take life’s adversities and turn them into virtues.
Functional Medicine Health Coach
Adjunct Professor at South Mountain Community College
IFBB Pro Bodybuilder
Brain Based Functional Neurology Strength Coach
Coach Kim Jones began a career in the fitness industry as a personal trainer in 2002. She shifted her emphasis of training towards athletes in 2004, while she was teaching Health and PE and coaching Varsity basketball at Notre Dame Academy High School. During her tenure she implemented strength and conditioning programs for the Varsity Basketball and Volleyball teams from 2006-2008. In 2008 Coach Jones transitioned into collegiate level strength and conditioning programs and has experience coaching at UCLA, California State University, Northridge, and with the United States Tennis Association. In 2012 Kim was hired as the first Strength and Conditioning Coach in El Camino College’s history. Before her arrival in 2012 a Strength and Conditioning program did not exist on campus. She meticulously developed and cultivated the program overseeing weight room, conditioning and/or prehab based warm ups for over 18 intercollegiate athletic programs .Along with her instructing responsibilities Coach Jones also helped form the Wellness Warriors committee at El Camino College. Professional Development Workshops and Lectured on various health and movement-based topics during Wellness Lunch and Learn Presentations for the Staff and Faculty. Currently Coach Jones resides in Scottsdale, Arizona. She is a Functional Medicine Health Coach, Adjunct professor at South Mountain Community College, IFBB Pro Bodybuilder, and a Brain based functional neurology strength coach. Her passion is helping people improve pathways in the nervous system to enhance movement, mitigate pain and naturally improve eyesight.
20+ Years in Public Relations
Learning to pivot and reinvent is a master skill that Nicole possesses. As an entrepreneur these should be in your toolbox. To keep your vision aligned while navigating life both personal and professional can be difficult, add in the layer of an entrepreneur and you will be challenged to rise to a whole different level. These are the conversations that are being had and need to be. Nicole will speak on this with over 20+ years in business.