Leadership is defined by the mindset that drives it. We believe that the most powerful mindset is an open, driven, and passionate one. The acronym IWMI stands for this exact idea. It directly translates to “I will/won’t make it”.
“Whether you believe you can do a thing or not, you are right.” – Henry Ford
This simple yet powerful message relays that our self-belief drives our destiny; We are in complete control of how we handle situations and emotionally process them.
As stated by one of our staff members, leadership is a lifestyle. IWMI's program is based on this acronym because the ONLY thing that will make a child reach their destiny is their self-belief and how they answer the question in any life circumstance “I will/won’t make it”.
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Educators and researchers, amongst others have commented about how education today lacks things like grit, motivation, creativity. These following videos propose ideas and research dedicated to improving the system, and cultivating the students of tomorrow.
To introduce the concepts that will make your children the leaders of tomorrow, we have assembled the leaders of today. Each one of our staff members has a passion for the world around them and has youth's gleeful ambition to support them through the hard work ahead. Together, we all will be working together to help your children be the best they can be.
I am the founder and camp director of this program. My passion lies in creating an environment of growth and inspiration for the generations to come. We all have untapped potential in us and deserve to have a chance to tap into it. To be the best leader you can be, one must create a connection between self love and serving others. IWMI Leadership is an organization that’s goal is to help your child realize and strengthen their leadership skills.
I am the camp Director's Assistant for this program. My passion lies in teaching others how to enjoy life and have a positive outlook on it. I believe that to be a good leader, one needs to know when to take charge and when to listen to others. However, this essential skill is not possessed by many people. Through IWMI, I believe children will learn this skill and multiple others that will transform them into great leaders.