Adam Hergenrother Training Organization

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Participate in an Adam Hergenrother Training Organization live event or group training course.

Adam Hergenrother Training Organization was founded by Adam Hergenrother as a platform to continue to teach others how to harness the power of the mind to achieve maximum success. In less than 10 years, Adam has built a $500 Million organization through his commitment to thinking big and never giving up. Fearless and purposeful; unconventional and systematic, Adam sets a seemingly impossible goal then quickly gets to work on closing the gap to achieve it: no limits, no regrets. Through Adam Hergenrother Training Organization, you’ll learn how to apply Adam’s models, systems, and mindset to your life in order to take massive action and live a life without limits.

UPCOMING COURSES:

QUANTUM LEAP FOR KIDS – FREE EVENT FOR 8TH-12TH GRADE STUDENTS
APRIL 21, 2018 IN SOUTH BURLINGTON

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 WHAT IS QUANTUM LEAP?
A one-day event for high school students, ages 15-18, that teaches individuals how to think like an entrepreneur, gain a competitive edge, and obtain their “unfair share” no matter what industry they pursue. We’ll cover mindset shifting techniques, strategies to achieve success, how to create powerful habits, the importance of having mentors, and more.

 

WHAT WILL STUDENTS GAIN?
Individuals leave with concrete tools to implement and the understanding that each choice they make builds upon the first and will ultimately determine their level of achievement. The course opens students up to new possibilities by introducing them to the same mindset and power principles used by high achievers.

 

HOW DOES QL IMPACT STUDENTS?Through QL, KWKC students leave empowered to achieve what they want in life. Many QL graduates will go on to start their own businesses, some will pursue higher education in light of their new goals, and others will be eager to focus on accelerating their professional growth.

 

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