Surf Till 100 Leads Surfers On Character-Defining Journeys In Kauai

October 09, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Princeville, HI based Surf Till 100 is pleased to invite fellow adventurers to explore the waves and the bounds of their own character growth in the company’s surfing classes and expeditions. In particular, they welcome those who wish to adopt the identity and outlook of a ‘Champion,’ encouraging them to take part in the company’s Mastermind Coaching Group. As there are only a few exclusive spots left for newcomers, interested parties are encouraged to apply as soon as possible.

The Mastermind Coaching Group is a special service offered by Surf Till 100 that takes each individual participant’s journey into account. According to the company, “A mastermind group is simply a meeting of highly motivated folks who share a common goal and are looking to encourage and help each other improve.” They elaborate that this program effectively teaches its participants to develop the best versions of themselves by working in concert with each other, forming a synergistic alliance that is greater than the sum of its parts.

Led by co-founders Felipe Pomar and Jeff Hakman—two legendary surfers and co-creator and professional leadership coach Tom Woods, each with decades of experience taking to the waves, Surf Till 100 considers it their mission to teach new generations of surfers to push their physical and mental limits while maintaining a deep respect for the environment. Given that the company works primarily in waters where the best swells can be found, they often focus on preserving coastal regions and protecting natural ocean resources. Learn more about the company and their goals at the following link: https://home.surftill100.com/GWw24.

Woods adds, “We hope to attract individuals who really want to commit to grow, to change the reality of their life by developing the personality of a Champion with the help of Champions.” Surf Till 100 defines a Champion as the following: an individual who has successfully mastered many of the basic necessities of a healthy lifestyle. These include, but are not limited to, diet, exercise, emotional resilience, relationships, involvement in a supportive community, and so on.

As such, their Mastermind program seeks to delve into the learned behaviors that participants retain, a byproduct of the cultures and environments that they grew up in. Woods explains that such introspection goes a long way to helping each individual, “build a character for themselves that they believe in. This character, whom they will learn to inhabit for the rest of their lives, will allow them to manifest the circumstances for their dreams to come true. We strongly believe that taking the right approach to life goes a long way in enabling you to identify, take, and even create the right opportunities to get you where you want to be.”

Woods further clarifies that this does not mean Surf Till 100’s team should be considered professional psychologists or otherwise certified personnel. Instead, they seek to share the benefit of their experience—a wealth of knowledge that spans over 210 years combined. “We try to embody everything that we teach our community,” says Woods, “because we have learned what works the hard way: trying it out over the course of our lives in the school of hard knocks. We feel a responsibility to pass on the lessons we have learned so that new generations of Champions can eventually take over and spread the message. Consider us Coaches, life Coaches who can show you how to access the best parts of yourself.”

The program is looking for motivated, dedicated individuals who wish to discover a greater sense of self-realization and purpose. Over the course of the coaching period, participants will also gain a better understanding of themselves and the ability to physically perform better. Woods concludes, “If you want to push yourself forward in every way while doing your part to meet the challenges of a rapidly evolving world, this is the right program for you.”

Those who would like to learn more about Surf Till 100, the services they offer, and their environmental initiatives may contact Tom Woods to follow up on any inquiries. More information about the Mastermind application process and the steps it entails can be found here: https://home.surftill100.com/Mastermind. Each applicant will be considered for an exclusive spot among like-minded individuals, and will eventually go on to mentor a new wave of Masterminds.

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For more information about Surf Till 100, contact the company here:

Surf Till 100
Tom Woods
808-638-2518
conatact@surftill100.com
3737 KAWEONUI RD
Princeville, Hi. , 96722

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