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RESH 180: Geared to Maximize Student Success
RESH 180 is designed to Raise Personal Expectations, Discover Purpose in life, and Provide a new Lens. www.resh180.com
The RESH 180 Program will improve the academic and personal success of at-risk students by empowering them with skills to acknowledge their assets, gain personal responsibility, maximize personal and educational goals, and guide them in discovering and fulfilling their life purpose. Promoting a young people’s assets & strengths, and guiding them to a purposeful life are the core elements of the RESH 180 Program. Personal and social competencies include-
* Critical thinking and reasoning skills
* Knowledge of essential life skills
* Personal and social responsibility
* Positive family communication
* Self-discipline and self-regulation
* Planning for the future
* Sense of connectedness and social integration.
Dr. Adam T. Ybarra, founder of The Tenacious Group knows what it was like to not have any purpose. Growing up in a single parent home, Adam was surrounded by welfare, drugs and gangs that all led up to a turn-around and brought a life of success and influence. He warmly shares his dynamic life-changing principles that have encouraged thousands including the likes of NFL Players Tim Brown, Jon Gruden, Rich Gannon, as well as Educators, City Leaders, Churches, Entertainers and Executives.
Dr. Adam Ybarra has also served the Oakland Raiders as Team Chaplain since 1999. As Chaplain his role consist of providing chapels, bible studies and one-on-one coaching for players, coaches, staff and families to sustain a high level of spiritual enthusiasm, character and focus.
On April 4, 2010, Chaplain Ybarra is launching Bridge Point Church in Alameda, Ca.
“RESH 180 is an incredible motivational program to help people maximize their purpose in life”
-Tim Brown , Heisman Trophy Winner, 9 NFL Pro-Bowls
“RESH 180 is designed to instantaneously impact youth to think about making long-term strategic decisions”
-Dr. Pete Ellis, Ph.D. Founder of University of Phoenix
Page Updated Last on: Aug 21, 2012