Ft Lauderdale, FL, April 27, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The James Young Empowerment Center, headquarters Ft Lauderdale, FL, Robert Hart, COO.
Self-motivational totems imprinted with this mantra are now available for pre-order. Their purpose is to serve as a visual stimulus to help the wearer, user, or observer to connect with their personal issues and to summon the inner strength needed to help harness their emotions and thereby achieve their goals.
Possible situations include a struggle with addiction, behavior, or feeling lost, lonely, helpless, or victimized. The totems reinforce the personal empowerment lessons taught in James Young’s Personal Development Program.
Potential users include mental or physical rehabilitation agencies, profit/non-profit corporations, and, social programs, including; addiction, twelve-step, weight loss, religious organizations, schools, criminal, and juvenile justice.
According to Robert Hart, COO, The James Young Empowerment Center, “Although we have all probably berated ourselves for repeating an action or reaction that we are trying fervently to overcome by saying or thinking 'I Am Not That Person Anymore,' somehow, until now, this empowering statement has flown under the self-help, self- motivation radar.”
Personal empowerment totems, including, but not limited to, T- Shirts, Teddy Bears, Key Chains, Mugs, Magnets and Bumper Stickers make an excellent gift, especially in combination with The James Young Personal Development Program ($29.95), T-shirts $14.95. Totem pre-orders can be placed at James Young’s website www.jamesyoungsite.com. Purchase is tax deductible. Proceeds benefit The James Young Empowerment Center.
Explanation of the James Young Personal Development Program
The James Young Personal Development Program helps anyone who recognizes the need to change in order to become the person they desire to be. The program combines James’s autobiography and companion study guide. It takes the reader through James’s life, beginning as a young child running away from a physically abusive foster care environment, dropping out of school and growing up on the streets of Rochester where he earned the nickname “Goon,” through incarceration at Attica State Prison during the 1971 riots.
The Companion Study Guide teaches spelling, reading comprehension, and deductive reasoning. The Personal Development Program is currently being taught in juvenile detention as well as on the high school level.
“I Am Not That Person Anymore” is a cornerstone in the Personal Development Program.