Wow, what a great experience. I had the pleasure to review and provide feedback to William for his Debrief session for Wealth Dynamics following his completion of the Educator 5.0 micro-school. He was confident and comprehensive and really added value to his client. His style and level of detail were exemplary and a perfect debrief, I have never given anyone a perfect score before and since, but there was nothing I could suggest needed any improvement. . I can certainly recommend William as an excellent Flow Consultant.
I was also lucky enough to meet William in 2018 on the Crystal Circle tour to Japan. The time and dedication he showed us was wonderful and it was an amazing afternoon learning about the Japanese culture, calligraphy and so much more. An amazing and generous person.
Will is an awesome mentor with a lot of heart. I have attended his trainings and it was so much fun, super informative and really helpful for my posture too. I also got to learn about the Samurai and Japanese calligraphy. I highly recommend joining his circle and learning to really take care of your own walk and body too!
Will has been a joy to support on Educator 5.0. Asking high level questions and supporting others where he could. Look forward to seeing where this journey takes him, with hs passion for his customers, it will be far
I thoroughly enjoyed my conversation with William! William's contacts: 1. http://www.samurai-walk.com/ 2. http://budojapan.com/ 3. https://www.pickmybrain.world/profiles/william-reed 4. linkedin.com/in/reedwilliam 5. email@example.com 6. William_Reed - Twitter William's Documentary (One of the many) - https://youtu.be/dd0M_0ofU1s SHOW NOTES: His journey with Japan started when he got bullied on the way home. He wanted to learn to defend himself His journey into martial arts started with the book “The Power Of Aikido” He started practising at home with his two younger brothers In College He Decided To Go To Japan To Master Aikido He liked almost everything outside university in Japan. He immersed himself in the culture Do in the martial arts name means path. Like Judo, Aikido, There’s always a path, but there’s always so much to learn. Never an endpoint “If you think you don’t have bad habits, you probably have 7” - Japanese Proverb Kaizen And Ikigai are the core of Japanese discipline Live in the moment focus on here and now. Do what you love. Your Ikigai. The thing that helps you stay present. He was making quite decent money as a translator, but felt it was boring. Then when he was 50 the turning point happened, he lost his client, and started reinventing himself He started learning marketing and mindmapping! He got to know the founder of guerrilla marketing! His immersion in samurai culture started when he started writing books “What you master in one field, you can transfer to another” Learn the fundamentals first. But also have time to experiment Don’t just do input. You need a lot of output. Don’t just read, write!!!! Output! Be a master of sword and letters. Physical and mental skill mastery. Fundamentals, fundamentals, Fundamentals + experiments, experiments It’s not that hard to connect with your favourite authors! JOIN US ON TWITTER: @NetworkNikola