As the Author/Curator of Scotomaville, I hold a deep respect for fellow Veterans, their families, businesses, and community. This program will make sense of chaos, the strategies dividing our relationships, and the road ahead for all participants.
If you are a Georgetown military Veteran, a Purple Heart recipient, or feel a deep sense of commitment to God, Country, the Georgetown Community, your Family, and your personal mental health and longevity, then consider the challenge of a Personal Everest. Participate in a small group of young men and supportive veteran men of valor.
Stuart Varney (@stuartvarney) believes history is an excellent teacher - if we are paying attention. The Roman Emporer Marcus Aerulius demonstrated how to be vulnerable yet courageous, strong yet teachable, committed to healing and understanding with our ideas and emotions.
What did Mr Rogers say at the end of his show? "I end the program by saying, 'You've made this day a special day, by just your being you. There's no person in the whole world like you, and I like you just the way you are. This holds true for both military Veterans and young men.
The Scotomaville mentoring is especially suited for:
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We believe Scotomaville is an effective self-reflection video modeling program with a workbook, video series, and support platform. So, let's meet your needs by exploring together.
Text Angelina @ (480) 440-4740 with questions, and interest in mentoring by a Georgetown Veteran.