OUTSTANDING ACHIEVERS CAMP (OAC)
FOR ASPIRING YOUNG ACHIEVERS


Introduction


Founded, tried and tested by Leading Performance Singapore, this program has helped change the lives of many who were trapped in their past inhibitions and settled for less.

This one-of-a-kind intensive outing is primarily designed to help delinquents, under-performers and performers alike, to find their true selves, "fire" themselves up to "dare-to-dream" and take the necessary actions to “live-their-dreams”. Unique, unlike any other program, participants will be taught how to craft out a master-piece of themselves, taking every facet of their lives into consideration.

Breakthrough assured: We are the first in Singapore & Asia to have qualified, world-class instructors to conduct Fire-Walking, Arrow Breaking, Broken Glass Walking, Iron rod Bending, Board breaking(forget about it) breakthrough events incorporated in our powerful workshops & seminars. These are all OPTIONAL.

School prepares you to pass exams and maybe to get a job – We prepare you for life.....to get the very best from yourself and from what the world has for you.

AIM

This outline serves to give a gist of what the Self-Image Re-Engineering 2-Day camp(or Outstanding Achievers‟ camp) is all about and to reveal the broad outline(strictly confidential) of the powerful learning and experiences the potential achievers will go through.


Why self-image re-engineering?


Arguably the most important psychological discovery of modern times is the discovery of the self-image. Understanding your self-image and by learning to modify it and manage it to suit your intentions, you gain incredible confidence, commitment to cause and power. Drawing on research done by sociologist Morris Massey, he says that young people go through a series of developmental periods in the creation of their self-image or personality. There are three major periods where self-image is formed: the Imprint Period which occurs from birth until age 7, the Modeling Period which is from 8 – 13 and the Socialization Period from 14 – 21.

The most significant period is from birth to age 7, when we are like a sponge. This is a period when the Conscious Mind of the person is not fully formed. We pick up and store everything that goes on in our environment. We actually get our basic programming in that Imprint Period. Further contributed by the later developmental periods, whether we realize it or not, each of us carries within us a mental blueprint or picture of ourselves. In fact, it may not be consciously recognizable at all but it is there, complete down to the last detail. This self-image is our own conception of the “type of person I am”. It has been built up from our own beliefs about ourselves. Most of these beliefs about ourselves have unconsciously been formed from our past experiences, our successes and failures, our humiliations, our triumphs, and the way other people have reacted and treated us, especially during our Imprint period.

From all these we mentally construct a “picture of self”. Once an idea or belief about us goes into this picture it becomes “truth”. We do not question its validity, but proceed to act upon it just as if it were true.

Specifically, all your actions, feelings, behavior, even your abilities, are always consistent with this self-image. Yes, “always”. In short, you will “act like” the sort of person you conceive yourself to be. More importantly, you cannot act otherwise, in spite of all your conscious efforts or willpower. This is why trying to achieve something with willpower alone is a losing battle. Willpower is not the answer. Self-Image management or re-engineering is. (References: research from the divine work of Dr Maxwell Maltz, Morris Massey & Dr Tad James)


Why is this relevant for your students / children / youth?


Why not, under the circumstances? Every one of us, even adults have issues with ourselves. No one is absolved from self-image issues. The question is: to what degree? Are we thriving at what we do? Are we succeeding in all our encounters in life: with our career, finances, relationships, health & fitness, self-development & spirituality? Should we raise the mental game/image of ourselves, our children and our students? Don’t we all deserve to free ourselves from our inhibitions and get fired-up to achieve anything we set our minds on?

Let me ask you a question? Ministers, teachers and all those who sailed through their days in school, do they have the ability to empathize with those who didn’t? I’m sure you’d agree that they wouldn’t. That’s why they would label those who can’t, ‘stupid’, ‘lazy’, idiot’ etc. The education system all over the world is NOT tailored to have the dynamics & flexibility to help kids who are NOT endowed with a well-developed left brain, which is what the pedagogical processes are based on. This program will help develop the flexibility in the kids to use both sides of the brain and to be aware of their strengths and weakness and seek help from teachers & parents, instead of keeping quiet. Would you like your kids to be honest and courageous with you when they have learning disability? I hope so.

This camp is designed specifically for this intent. We need to help our students become aware of their inhibitions, ditch them, and to embrace new and powerful self-image and recognizable resources that will excite them to raise their game in everything they desire. We imbue in them a powerful self-image and a champion mindset that will see them through in life.

Can it be done in a 2-day overnight camp? Yes because, the participants will be put through challenging situations both mentally and physically. They will be articulating the change taking place in them through their own nervous system. Coupled with peer encouragement and mind conditioning techniques, the change in their behaviors is proven to be sustaining.


Why is it relevant specificially for juvenile delinquents?

Juvenile delinquency(JD) is growing with time. Families are being torn apart due to external pressures and their perception of life and consequently the rate of juvenile delinquency has increased and continues to affect the lives of people, especially our youth. High divorce rates, lack of attention, communication and a consequent superficial relationship between parent and child are the main causes of JD. Parental delinquency and hereditary anomalies are also causes of JD. Peer influence is another cause.

These disorderly behaviors, although one may be made aware of it, are hard to change because the root cause is unknown and hence manifestation of change is impossible. Normal counseling, scolding and advice is ineffective because they attempt to address the problem at a conscious level when the problem is actually residing in the unconscious of the subject. Meaning, these negative behaviors or programs are prevailing from the unconscious mind of the subject and hence there is a need to have professional skills to work at that level.

The Self-Image Re-engineering camp is structured to re-program a subject at their unconscious level. When that happens, change is sustainable.