Uriel Martinez, 'Chino' to his friends, works for Judy Williamson at the Napoleon Hill World Learning Center.
Chino means curly in Spanish and it has been his nickname for a long time. Nobody that knows him calls him Uriel.
I am a big fan of Chino and always love spending time with him. I have a PMA (Positive Mental Attitude) tattoo that he designed for me.
Chino is Author of Lessons of the Labyrinth.
Lulu description of the book:
Lessons of the Labyrinth by Uriel Martinez is a quick study in why this simple and ancient pattern has such a profound effect on its participants. This pattern rich in history and mystery is growing in popularity throughout the world. Learn how to effectively use this tool for personal and collective growth.
ABOVE: Timothy Chhim and Chino in the O'hare airport in Chicago on their way to Ireland for the Napoleon Hill Leader Certification course in 2012.
Since 2000, Chino has been studying the Philosophy of Dr. Hill and assisting in the class lectures, seminars, international events, and specifically in the development of the labyrinth presentations.
Chino was asked to create a labyrinth by the Director for a week-long seminar in Langkawi, Malaysia. This was presented on the beach front and was used daily during the Napoleon Hill Leader Certification program.
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 first labyrinth I walked was in Adare, Ireland in November 2010 for the Napoleon Hill Foundation Leader Certification program.
ABOVE from left: Alan Chen, Uriel Martinez, Jamil Albuquerque, Judy Williamson
Chino is a very good speaker and teacher.
He regularly does presentations for all Napoleon Hill World Learning Center events.