My Life My Power!

A few months back, my husband Chris got involved with a company called My Life My Power. I didn't know anything about them until he started talking to me about what he was learning and I watched him filming videos for them. I can safely say now, after doing my own research too, that they are an amazing organization full of some really wonderful people and I couldn't be more proud of my husband for being a part of it.

So what is it? My Life My Power was founded in 2010 by MMA fighter and WWE tough enough winner Daniel Puder. After not having the best time when he was at school, due to not being good at sports and being a little slower in class to the other kids, Daniel felt like he wanted to be there for the kids today who are in the same position as he was then. So he co founded My Life My Power to do just that. The organizations mission statement is:

To Inspire and Empower youths through transformational mentoring
while adding value within our community.

They do this by offering various programs to schools, in order to help teachers and parents get the most out of their children. The goal is to mentor and to guide children to be the best that they can be and to help them reach their full potential. My Life My Power discusses goals, dreams, bullying, drugs and much more with the kids in a way that grabs their attention and makes them realize they are not alone. It encourages kids to talk to each other, to really listen and understand each other, as well as, to ask adults for help if they need it.
With a unique mixture of people on board like, Professional Wrestler Jamin Olivencia, Harlem Globetrotter Saul White, Retired F.B.I Director Robert W Clark and my husband who is a Professional Wrestling Referee, My Life My Power brings a whole heap of energy, passion and knowledge to the school system. They refer to their team as 'Heroes,' and that's exactly what they are. They are giving hope and helping to inspire the kids who may have given up or who are unsure of how to reach their potential, and doing so in an exciting, fun, positive way. They aren't going into the schools and giving a one off speech about not doing drugs or staying in school,  My Life My Power, is with them every step of the way. They implement these programs and keep tabs on the progress and affects they are having on the students.
It's been amazing to hear Chris talk about the people he has met and the stories he has heard about My Life My Power and how it has affected so many people. He has a whole new sense of purpose himself, in thinking about what he, himself can bring to the program. He has always loved working with students and inspiring people and My Life My Power is the perfect place for him to do that on a bigger level. It's a fantastic organization and I can't wait for what's to come.

To find out more, head over to their website at
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Have a great day and do something that makes someone smile!
Love Kelly xx

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