Personal Development Coach Attempts World Title
A personal Development Coach, Roy Savery, is attempting to become the fastest cyclist in the World for his age group. He still competes in cycling so that he can say to young people. 'If I can do this at my age then you can too and you can Become a Winner in The Game of Life'.
Roy teaches people how to develop a vision for their lives and become successful.
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August 22, 2011 (FPRC) -- Cyclists from all over the World will be descending on the town of St Johann in Austria at the end of August for the Masters World Cycling Championships. One of those attending will be Roy Savery, a Personal Development Coach, will be attempting to become the World Champion for his age group.
Roy is a top salesman, Personal Development Coach and International Speaker. He is also the Author of 'Successful Living Handbook' and gets invited into local schools to teach the children how they can develop a vision for their lives and become successful.
He also gets invited into prisons so that he can share with the prisoners how they can turn their lives around. When Roy was a youngster he used to hang around with a gang and got into trouble with the police so that he understands many of the problems of youth today and is able to relate to them and help them to succeed.
As a youngster Roy was probably headed for a life of crime but he managed to turn his life around when his dad bought him a bike at the age of 12. He used to go out exploring the countryside on it and then he started to compete in races. He became one of the fastest cyclists in his area and learned the importance of visualizing success and perseverance. The success principles that he learned from cycling enabled him to become successful in business too and he became a top salesman and he became a member of the MD Round Table, an organisation for the top 5% of Insurance Salesmen in the World.
Through his work he visited many people in their homes and realized that many of them had financial, relationship and other problems and he wanted to help them. He developed the Whole Person Approach To Success and has helped many people around the world to develop happy and healthy lives.
He still competes in cycling so that he can say to young people. 'If I can do this at my age then you can too and you can Become a Winner in The Game of Life'.
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