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I HELP PEOPLE PURSUE PERSONAL EXCELLENCE

BY IDENTIFYING AND UNDERSTANDING VICTIM MENTALITY AND HOW TO OVERCOME IT.

 

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Victim mentality is an acquired personality that undermines a warrior spirit and sabotages personal excellence. Sadly, many people live their life both intentionally, as well as unintentionally, in victim mentality. Many people living today will not do what they need to do in order to have their dreams come true, and most of the time it is because they are intentionally put up roadblocks that prevent them from achieving their goal. This course takes a magnifying glass look into why we think and act the way we do. Every one of us has an ability to be successful in life. We all have the potential and the capability to make a positive impact in our society, but you have to choose whether you want to be a victim or a victor.

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ABOUT

BRANDON GARDNER

Brandon Wayne has been a public speaker for over fifteen years and has spoken throughout North America and nine different countries. Graduating with a Master’s degree in Licensed Professional Counseling and Marriage/Family Therapy, he was a professional counselor for six years before becoming a Hospice and Police Chaplain. After ten years of serving in the police department, he became a state-certified trainer in ‘Dealing with Death’ and “Moral Injury to Law Enforcement and has provided continuing education training in numerous Police Departments throughout Southwest Missouri. It was through this training, and after having lost a friend to suicide, that he wrote the training course on victim mentality.

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In it, he talks about how victim mentality undermines a warrior spirit, sabotages personal greatness, and the overall negative consequences victim mentality can have on a person and how to overcome it. Thoroughly believing you can only either be a victim or a victor, it is Brandon’s goal and passion to help motivate people to move past victim mentality and into the area of personal greatness so that they can live in victory and be successful in life.

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SPEAKING TOPICS

IN PERSON AND VIRTUAL PRESENTATIONS

 

Identifying the snare of victim mentality and how to overcome it.

Victim mentality can undermine a warrior spirit and sabotage personal greatness. There are a number of different ways in which people can live with victim mentality – and none of them leads to success in life. Do you want to be a victim or a victor? This training helps identify traits of victim mentality and ways to overcome it so that you can be the that successful person you originally set out to be.

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Moral Injury towards first responders.

There are many men and women who serve on the front line of tragedy, disaster, violence, and catastrophes. Though they are heroes in every aspect of the word, many of these hero’s go home with horrific thoughts and memories from things that they have witnessed and done which cause them to struggle mentally and emotionally. This course identifies what Moral Injury is, the characteristics of moral injury, and how to help those who are struggling with it. This is a great class for any counselor, therapist, social worker, and any other person who is currently working with first responders.

Leading with Excellence.

Do you want to be a good leader or an excellent leader? This powerful course equips leaders with skillsets on how to lead their organization with excellence, motivate and empower their employees towards personal greatness, and shape their company into prominence.

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TESTIMONIALS

 
Support Group Meeting

I really enjoyed the talk about humor in hospice. I have been a hospice nurse for eight years and I would say that we don’t see as much humor in this occupation as we should. Brandon was funny but respectful. I would strongly recommend this class for everyone offering hospice care.

Elaine Mallory

Hospice Nurse

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