YOUTH HERO TRAINING

Our youth today have come, not in utter nakeness, but with trailing clouds of glory according to the poetic writing of William Wordsworth. With great intelligence, talents and the potential to be amazingly noble and great, they are the future of our world.

Because of the extreme opposition that is attacking the youth in diverse and intense ways as never before experienced, too many are forgetting who they are and losing their way. Many are living lives where purpose and potential are being unfulfilled. High school drop outs, addictions and suicide rates are on the rise. It’s not because the youth are stupid or weak, they simply lack the training.

The Hearts of Heroes Youth Training gives your youth the principles and tools that will empower them in many aspects of their lives. Implementing this training is an art form that like any other discipline takes practice.Silhouette of young woman

These are a few of the arts to be taught through a variety of topics, stories, and skills to be practiced.

  • Art of Influence
  • Art of Vision
  • Art of Awareness
  • Art of Healing
  • Art of Transformation

Class topics include the power of perception, commitment, priorities, respect, values, forgiveness, self-compassion and more!

There is something unique and powerfully good in each of us which can be most profoundly discovered within a group of like-minded heroes. The path to the greatest self-discovery is through the minds and hearts of fellow heroes in this group training. A feeling of belonging is an important component to emotional health. Plus, it’s a whole lot of fun to make new friends in a powerful learning environment. Group size in “The Hearts of Heroes” program is limited to allow individual participation, support and accountability.

WHAT IS A HERO?

This quote by George R.R. Martin sums it up nicely:

“My own heroes are the dreamers, those men and women who tried to make the world a better place than when they found it, whether in small ways or great ones. Some succeeded, some failed, most had mixed results… but it is the effort that’s heroic, as I see it. Win or lose, I admire those who fight the good fight.”

 

Check out this YOUTH WORKSHOP TRAINING VIDEO recorded at Utah State University where teens were empowered to fight the good fight!

 

 

There is an expectation that all of today’s youth will be hit with opportunities to participate in destructive or addictive behaviors that, without intervention, have the potential of disrupting the success of these youth. The goals of a youth can be seriously threatened if an addiction develops. Sadly, we have seen many youth cross off important events such as high school graduation, college or technical school, and religious marriages because an addiction is getting in their way.

Prevention through youth empowerment programs such as “The Hearts of Heroes” youth training is a powerful solution to support teens in these critical years of growth and discovery.

Traditional therapy and counseling can be costly at $80-120 per hour and require many sessions to help youth with addictions or disruptive behavior. Group therapy can be over $500 for 2 months. Youth correction facilities and at-risk youth housing are overflowing at the seams and cost families and taxpayers thousands of dollars. There is great wisdom in prevention and investing in our youth before difficult problems emerge. We’ve all heard the saying: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”.

Our two-month program offers 8 training classes at 90-minutes each for an amazing transformational event! Valued at $299, you can reserve a spot for your teen hero to join this awesome hero training at a special value of only 195!

2 FOR 1 DEAL – Having a teammate always makes this class more powerful, so if you have two or more youth that are friends, brothers, sisters, cousins, or who interact with each other on a regular basis, please email us to receive a discounted price!!  jennifer@bethetrueu.com

(This training is for ages 12-18. See class schedule below.)


Youth Hero Training



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SPRING 2015 CLASS SCHEDULE

Class 1 – Tuesdays – from April 7 – May 26 – 4:00-5:30 pm

Parent and Youth Open House

Parents and youth – come visit the Hero Training Room and meet your trainers! Have Q & A time

and pick up your Hero Training materials (included in the price of the training.)

 Friday April 3, 2015, from 7:00-8:00 pm

The Brown Log Cabin – 764 N. 200 W. – Logan, Utah.

 

You are a HERO when you live according to your TRUE IDENTITY!

Andy and Jennifer Smith are your local Hero Training Mentors with over 25 years’ experience of working with youth.

Magical Photography-2-8-2ANDY SMITH is an inspiring speaker and healing mentor with over 5 decades of life experience and over 20 years of working with families. As a qualified mentor he has completed over 200 hours of training. As a child development specialist with over 500 hours of training, he worked with his wife in their full time daycare for almost 21 years. He has served in leadership positions with the youth and the Boy Scouts of America organization. As a Master Gardener, he enjoys providing organic produce for his family and neighbors.

JENNIFER JONES SMITH is a best-selling author, speaker, certified energy healing practitioner, and family relationship expert. She has a degree in Professional Child Care from BYU/Idaho, previously Ricks College. She has completed over 200 hours of mentor training. She loves gourmet cooking and spending time in nature.

Andy and Jennifer are the parents of 6 children and grandparents to a bunch of beautiful grandchildren. Their passion is their healing mentoring business where their mission is empowering the human family with the ability to align heart, mind and body, free them from bondage, and create an energy rich life! They use powerful proven tools, techniques and skills in a safe and nurturing environment to release fears, insecurities, and false beliefs which empowers you to “Be The True You!”

(We are not licensed therapists, psychologists or physicians. We do not treat, diagnose or cure any physical or medical conditions.)

Email or call for more information: andy@bethetrueu.com OR jennifer@bethetrueu.com OR (435) 753-7649