The Center for Awesomeness Co-founder, Nick Hemmert, describes himself as a collector of Awesomeness. A practitioner of Awesomeness. A shopkeeper of Awesomeness. He brings his passion for personal growth and development to his business, community, family and friends. He is an Infinite Possibilities Trainer, a Tony Robbins Mastery University graduate (yes, he’s walked on fire several times), Oneness Blessing Giver, and a board member of Mile Hi Church outside Denver, Co. He is currently studying to become a practitioner through the Centers for Spiritual Living. Oh and by the way he is also planning to go to ministerial school after that. Originally from the beautiful state of Ohio, Nick lives in Denver with his wife, Monica, four-year-old son, Griffin and one-year-old daughter, Iz. Nick is a consciousness strategist who’s passionate about getting people to do at least one awesome thing per day for themselves or another with our 121% Awesome model.
Some questions we ask:
When he hears the word successful, who is the person who comes to mind and why?
How did Nick develop his ability to spot authenticity in people?
What does the Center for Awesomeness creed mean to Nick? Why is it so important?
What is one step people can do to take action about gratitude?
What has been one major learning moment from this experience?
What you’ll learn in this episode:
Nick talks about his family and how he has been influenced by them.
The idea of unconditional love and how that impacts authenticity.
How to survive and overcome bullying.
“I never wanted anyone to experience that again. Ever.”
Dealing with depression.
Nick’s take on Protection vs. Experience.
Love being a core foundation to success.
Nick talks about his son’s Hero Bracelet as a creative way to deal with bullying.
The creed of The Center for Awesomeness
“An awesome life is one of positive and purposefulness.”
“Choose discomfort over resentment.”
The Center for Awesomeness Cards Project
The importance of showing and expressing gratitude on a more regular basis.
“You can’t do this wrong.”
The importance of showing up.
The Center for Awesomeness: http://thecenterforawesomeness.com/
Cards Project: http://thecenterforawesomeness.com/card
Front Row Dads: http://frontrowfactor.com/dads/
John Israel and his thank you note idea: http://abcnews.go.com/Lifestyle/mans-mission-write-notes-day-year-filled-lot/story?id=46846749