THE RMT IMPACT AWARDS​

Recognizing the impact you’re making through your work

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR WINNERS AND INITIAL IMPACT AWARD NOMINEES!

THE IMPACT AWARDS - FIRST PRIZES

After receiving and reading through the hundreds of incredibly heart-felt and inspiring stories you shared, Cloe was motivated to award 4 well deserving first prize winners as a result of learning about the remarkable missions you’re on.

David Shipman, United States

David is setting up a non-profit that will support children caught in the foster care system who cannot find a permanent placement, due to behavioral issues, gang affiliation, addictions and other issues.
His organization will help them break the negativity they’ve experienced in life and build a bridge to a life of success. The RMT advanced teachings will help in creating a greater impact for these teens.

Tania Rosier, Canada

After doing the Core 100 Tania went from being in a wheelchair to a walker to walking in heels to walking on fire! She is now a Crisis Line Coordinator and Public Speaker who teaches others how she learned the tools to make the impossible possible. She strongly believes that life long learning is the key to making a greater impact to reach a larger audience. Motivation with the right skill set leads to client empowerment and that is where true change happens for others! There is no better example than walking the walk and she is doing just that daily!

Keith Dauch,
United States

As a veteran, Keith spent years in therapy but it was only after studying Core 100 that he could finally see some change. His PTSD score dropped from 74 to 36 points (from a total of 80). He is now creating a community of veterans who are motivated to put an end to the veteran suicide problem and is teaching them the lessons he’s learned. Too many men and women were left behind on the battlefields of their minds. With these advanced tools by Tony and Cloe he will be supporting veterans and their families to heal. His philosophy: “Never leave a man behind” should not end when the military contract ends.

Tato A Torres, United States

For many years Tato’s probono work has been with survivors of induced state terror (survivors of disappearance, captivity and torture). During the last 4-5 years his focus and mission has shifted to explore ways he can make a difference in doing more preventive work to transform the mindset and frame that anchors the demonization of others where there is a total polarization and absence of dialogue between the people involved. He has worked with people from all over the world, facing great challenges but also witnessing the beautiful capacity that we have to learn and collaborate with each other.

AND THE INITIAL SECOND PRIZE NOMINEES ARE:

Lucy Mate,
United Kingdom

Daniel Campos Machado da Silva, United States

Cristina Cozzone,
United States

Stefan Ruxanda, Romania

Bijay Kumar Khandal, India

Maja Roozemond, Netherlands

Jill Stone,
United States

Christiane Dumont, Poland

We are still working through shortlisting the rest of the 2nd prize award nominees for
the awards.

If you’re nominated, then we’ll be reaching out to you via email shortly.

Please keep an eye on your inbox for more information from our Impact Awards assessment team, as you’ll be asked to book yourself an appointment with them to complete your final interview, and if awarded, have one of the 2nd prizes assigned to you.

Tony Robbins | Cloe Madanes

Robbins-Madanes Training

TONY ROBBINS

CLOE MADANES

1ST PRIZE

IMPACT AWARD

4 x Full Funding Towards
The Coaching Mastery Bundle

(Core 200 & Total Breakthrough Training)

Worth Over $7,000

2ND PRIZE

IMPACT AWARDS

Part Funding Towards
The Coaching Mastery Bundle

(Core 200 & Total Breakthrough Training)

Worth $1,400 Each

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