Transforming Community from the Inside Out
This is your personal invitation to come along and hear some of the most impactful transformational stories from people working on the ground in community. Find out just what is happening – the difference a simple understanding of the Three Principles is having within communities.
You will hear how these facilitators started working with some of the most underprivileged in our society, and just what is possible when these folks hear that they are not broken and that there is hope.
Join International Business Coach and 3 Principles Facilitator, Sheela Masand, and the Center for Sustainable Change for a free-of-charge 5 day Global Telesummit (two sessions per day) beginning Sunday 18th October.
If you can’t make the calls, no problem, we have you covered! Register anyway and you will have immediate access to instructions on how you can receive the full set of recordings plus other very special bonuses.
Transforming Community from the Inside Out features some of the most effective and profound “3 Principles” speakers of our time, many of whom have won awards for their work, and who have worked “on the ground” in communities through government programs, school programs and volunteer programs.
Including teachers and community builders like Dave Nichols, Ami Chen Mills Naim, Dr Bill Pettit, Michael Neill, Dicken Bettinger, Jack Pransky, this Telesummit promises to be an insightful and profound learning experience that can help communities the world over to begin to transform themselves, one heart, and one mind, at a time.
In schools, corrections, domestic violence programs, policing, and homeless and mental health services the world over, an understanding of the power of Mind, Consciousness and Thought–three fundamental principles that shape every human beings’ reality–are transforming communities from the inside out.
Here are just a few examples of the results being achieved within communities:
- 80% reduction in school truancy rates
- 75% reduction in school discipline referrals and suspension
- 62% reduction in violent crime
- 100% reduction in homicides
- 74% reduction in assaults