Goal Achievers Radio Interview with Uriel (Chino) Martinez
Goal Achievers Radio host, Phil Taylor had the pleasure of interviewing my good friend Uriel (Chino) Martinez as part of his series of interviews with schedule speakers for the 2012 Napoleon Hill International Convention in Kuala Lampur, Malaysia.
I am lucky to have Chino as a friend and I have also participated in labyrinth walks led by him on 4 occasions now, twice in 2011 alone.
Uriel “Chino” Martinez is Assistant to Judith Williamson, the Director of the Napoleon Hill World Learning Center at Purdue University Calumet. Chino is a Graphic Artist by profession and designs many of book covers produced by the Napoleon Hill World Learning Center.
Since 2000, Chino has been studying the Philosophy of Dr. Hill and assisting in the class lectures, seminars, and international events. In 2004, Chino was asked to create a labyrinth for a week-long Leader Certification Program in Langkawi, Malaysia. Since then, numerous labyrinths have been created for local, national, and international events.
With each presentation, Chino renews spirits, sets specific intentions, and creates an atmosphere of wholeness that envelops the participants and benefits them.
The most recent labyrinth’s walked or created this year:
Napoleon Hill Foundation Leader Certification Program
Discover the Riches of Life Workshop, Lindenwood, Indiana (May 12, 2011)
The Labyrinth: A Tool for Personal Transformation
This brain trust is played out through a creative thinking process supported by feedback, encouragement, integrity, accountability, and the pooling of various resources GoalAchievers is derived from a deep and extensive research of history’s most accomplished individuals.
It was formally introduced in the 1900’s by Napoleon Hill in his book Think and Grow Rich who described this process as "The coordination of knowledge and effort of two or more people, who work toward a definite purpose, in the spirit of harmony." The wonderfully, intriguing part of this process is the application of a powerful phenomena that Napoleon Hill observed, whereby as an, “invisible intangible force, which may be likened to a third mind."
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