Personal Development

To be your best, you must first identify the things that are most important to you and then be willing to seek perspective and work on growing and changing in those areas.

Of course, if you want to grow and get results, you need to be willing to work. For example, if you want to get in shape and get strong, you need to go to the gym and use the equipment consistently, and, if you do, you will get results. If you have a personal trainer by your side teaching you how to properly use the equipment and helping you stay motivated and on track, it makes it that much easier to get even better results!

The Felbers are so grateful to have found an environment with all the necessary equipment and personal training to help grow in their mindset and attitude so they could learn how to WIN in their life and business!

Becoming successful is about growing and developing in all areas of life. The Felbers believe that it’s important to identify what is important to you and root yourself in those values. For David and Jaimee Felber, the things that are most important are their Faith, Family, Friends, Choices, Health, and last but never least, Making A Difference for others.

David and Jaimee Felber view the people they conduct business with less as colleagues and more as friends—and more than that, they see them as a big family. Life can be messy, so knowing that you have people you can trust and have your best interests in mind makes all the difference in the world.

They have never seen coaching and mentorship as asking for permission but instead seeking perspective. They believe the key to building a good relationship with your coach and mentor is to first have an attitude of gratitude and understand that it is a big deal that someone with more life experience and better results in life is willing to take their time to help you move forward.

They have also found that being transparent, honest, and humble helps the mentorship process. They relate mentorship to a GPS. A GPS can only give you directions if it knows where you are at and where you want to go. As such, a mentor can only give you direction if they know where you really are at in life and know where you really want to be.

In life, there will be a lot of bumps in the road, but with mentorship, you start to see the bumps sooner and learn to avoid them all together. It’s really about identifying your stumbling blocks and turning them into stepping stones.

The Felbers feel so fortunate to have found such an amazing development system that can help anyone regardless of their background to become their best!

David and Jaimee consider it an honor to be able to work with so many incredible people and feel a great responsibility to make a positive impact on everyone they have the privilege to work with. It’s one of their greatest joys in life to help people who are really looking to thrive in all areas of their lives.

Personal Development