A Little Peace of MindMentor Program
If your life has been changed by the work that we do here at A Little Peace of Mind or the Three Principles understanding and you’d love the opportunity to help others struggling with anxiety, while gaining a deeper understanding for yourself, then the Little Peace of Mind Mentor Program is the perfect fit for you.
With the Little Peace of Mind book out there and over 70,000 people around the world already part of the Little Peace of Mind family, how great would it be to be able to provide a real-life community of people all exploring in this direction? Facebook is great, but let’s face it, nothing beats the real thing.
Imagine a team of Little Peace of Mind Mentors all around the world, running regular meet-ups in their local communities so that members of the Little Peace of Mind family can get together with others who want to be in this conversation.
Where people with anxiety who are on waiting lists for treatment and have no other support can be met with love and understanding, close to their homes, to just hang out with people who understand where peace lies.
Where the partners, carers and loved ones of those people are warmly welcomed to find out how best to support the person that’s struggling. I wonder what the ripple effect might be.
Your foundational Mentor training will all be delivered online starting as soon as you sign up and kicks off a year-long program.
You can choose one of two options:
1. Fast Track: All modules released at once with a suggested 5-day schedule for completion. You can expect to spend around 1-2 hours a day to complete the program at this pace.
2. Slow Track: Modules are drip-fed over 2 months with a new module every 4 days. You can expect to spend 1-2 hours a week to complete the program at this pace.
We’ll be deep diving into areas such as:
=> Deepening your own grounding in this understanding – the degree to which you live in peace and wellbeing is the degree to which you’ll be able to support others to do the same
=> Getting clear on how valuable YOUR individual contribution to others could be
=> How becoming a Mentor is one of the best ways for you not only to support others but to see more about this understanding for yourself too
=> Ideas for conversation-starters for your Little Peace of Mind Meetups
=> A simple guide to the Meetup platform we’ll provide you with to make holding your Meetups easy
When you complete the final module, you’ll be invited to book a 60 minute slot in my diary so that I can answer any questions you might have, check you have everything you need to go ahead and just confirm that where you are in terms of your understanding is a good fit for you going out there and starting your Meetups under the Little Peace of Mind name. This is when you ‘graduate’.
Following graduation, you’ll be asked to attend a monthly Mentor Training and Support call for the next 12 months where together with the rest of the Mentors we can discuss:
- Questions about your own grounding
- Ideas for topics for upcoming meet-ups
- Anything and everything!
The training was fabulous and I finished bubbling with enthusiasm to start the mentoring, feeling fully prepared (no matter what happened) and, most importantly, part of a special group of people sharing this experience in a friendly, non-pressured way. Am meeting some great people at the meet-ups but met some lovely people on the training. It felt so intimate. I loved it and would highly recommend it! X
The training is superb and you’ll find an incredible supportive community of likeminded people in Nic and the other mentors. I promise you, you’ll get so much more out of this than you put in.
Serving others is the most rewarding thing one can do. You can simply show up and share what you have learned, and someone might change from hopeless to hopeful, by the simple fact that you are present with them, in the knowing of your true self.
I felt drawn to sign up for the mentor program because I want to spread the word about an understanding that not only provides life changing relief from anxiety but so much more! Seeing how simply human experience works can improve life for anyone and in all areas. I like the casual discussion format of the meetups…I just facilitate them and then we can all share and learn from each other.
Ever since starting Nicola’s 12 week programme around 18 months ago and discovering just how peaceful and simple life could be, I couldn’t help but share what I knew with everyone!
So when Nicola announced the new mentor programme it was just a no brainer for me and I signed up straight away. I can’t wait to get out there and help people to see for themselves just how free they can be!
What’s In It For You?
hang out with people who understand you!
a way to pass it forward
I was so grateful for the difference this understanding made to my life, I knew I wanted to pass it onto others. This is the simplest way I know to help you do the same.
Polish up that halo and pass it on. Just by showing up and being you. Could it really be that simple to make a difference? Yes, and you’ll see the simplicity of that by the end of the training.
a non-scary way to support!
All you’ll need to do is find a local cafe or pub to hold your meet-up. We’ll provide members and ideas for attendees for members to watch/read before each meeting so they come with ready-made topics of conversation.
be a little bit famous
A chance to be a founding member of something that could be huge – hang out with me and a bunch of other like-minded people for a year as we c0-create this thing together.
You’ll be named as a Little Peace of Mind Mentor on our website (so you can show off to your Mum) and details of your group will be shared in our weekly newsletter so new members can find you.
ongoing training & support
Monthly Mentor Training and Support Calls mean you get to stay in touch with me personally – every question you ask and hear answered will deepen your own understanding and be helpful to your group. A chance to be part of the Little Peace of Mind inner circle and find out what really goes on behind the scenes!
deepen your own understanding
During the training, our main priority will be deepening your personal experience of peace and wellbeing. Even if you decide not to actually become a Mentor at the end, what you’ll take for yourself from the intensive will be transformative.
As a Mentor, one of the best ways to see more for yourself is to be in conversation and answering questions from others. It truly is one of the most rewarding roles on the planet IMHO!
Is it right for you?
Fast track: This is for those of you who want to get up and running as quickly as possible. All training modules will be released in our online portal as soon as you sign up with a suggested five-day schedule to complete the foundational stage. £497 (plus VAT if in the EU)
Slow track: Modules are drip-fed over a period of 2 months. £497 spread over 3 payments (plus VAT if in the EU).
You choose what works best for your timescale and finances.
- The online foundational Mentor training program
- A year of monthly webinars to follow-up and provide support after graduation
- Listing on the Little Peace of Mind website as a Little Peace of Mind Mentor
- Listing of your groups on the Little Peace of Mind website and in newsletters
- Provision of the Meet-Up platform we use to organise the events (don’t worry, I’ll show you how to use it!)
- Access to an online portal for connecting with other Mentors, resources and best practice guidelines
- Behind-the-scenes news of what goes on at my own Meet-Ups starting as soon as you start your training
- A whole heap of fun and a feel-good factor that lasts all year long
Ready to Join Us?
If you’re ready to move ahead and book your spot on the Little Peace of Mind Mentor Training, please click the button below to book your place.
(* + VAT if you’re in the EU or UK)
Who is a good fit to apply to become a Mentor?
You need to have been impacted in some way in your own life by the Three Principles understanding. It’s helpful if you have experience in your own life with anxiety and stress, but not essential as long as you have compassion those struggling with this.
You must be happy to give up at least one afternoon or evening a month to hold a local meet-up group to support others in your area and have a genuine desire to bring what you know to the lives of others.
What happens if I fall behind with the modules?
Whichever track you choose, I ask you to take no longer than 90 days to complete the training in order to qualify for graduation. The reason is I know how easily life can get in the way and I’m really keen that if you make this level of investment in your development, that you benefit from it. And yes, the training is great (that’s from the mouths of previous trainees!) but the real benefit to you comes once you start running your first Meetups. We want you up and out there ASAP – so the 90 day deadline is a way to keep you motivated.
Will you lose access to all the training materials after 90 days? No – those will stay in your portal for you as long as you’re a Mentor so you can refer back to them, but you need to hit the ‘mark complete’ button on the last module within 90 days of signing up or I’m afraid graduation won’t be possible.
Is this a full coach training and certification?
No, I want to be very clear about this. Training as a coach requires far more intensive training over a longer period of time than the Little Peace of Mind Mentor Training provides – and you will not be able to call yourself a Little Peace of Mind Coach or present yourself as a trained coach to your meet-up group. Many people touched by this understanding do want a way to help others but the £8,ooo – £10,000 investment to do so for a good quality Three Principles Coach Training program is out of reach for many, or is a step you might not be sure you want to take just yet. Becoming a Little Peace of Mind Mentor is a good step to see for yourself whether further training is something you might enjoy doing, at a far more affordable investment than full coach training.
Can I do it with a friend?
Of course! If two of you attend the training from the same local area, it can be great fun to join together to lead a group.
What happens after the first year?
Your investment and successful completion of the training gives you access to the ongoing Mentor Support & Training calls for 12 months after the training. You’ll also be listed on our website during that 12 month period.
Following that, there will be an annual fee of £497 (plus VAT) which gives continued access to the Calls and continued listing on the site.
Am I allowed to offer personal coaching to my meet-up group?
Integrity is a value we hold very dearly here at A Little Peace of Mind so we want to make sure you are clear what you role as a Mentor is – to lead your local group. You’re in a role as a Mentor, not a coach. Obviously we want the meet-up groups to be places where people can feel safe, accepted and not feel ‘sold to’ so making sure your groups are ‘pitch-free’ are values you’ll need to subscribe to too.
Will I automatically become a Mentor at the end of the training?
If for any reason you don’t meet the criteria to become a Little Peace of Mind Mentor at the end of the training when we meet, we’ll try to find a way to remedy that, and failing that, you’ll be issued a full refund for the training. I imagine this is highly unlikely to happen, but this is one of those ‘just in case’ statements!
How much time will being a Mentor take?
You’ll need to attend the full online training and complete the exercises as well as come to the graduation call with me. The monthly Mentor Training and Support calls will be 60 minutes and are optional to attend (though you will be expected to watch the recording) – recordings will be sent out after each call. Following your training, you’ll be expected to run a minimum of one meet-up each month in your local area in order to maintain your standing as a Mentor and be listed as such on the website. Of course you can run them more frequently if you’d like to (and we’d love it if you build up enough momentum and enjoy doing them enough to do that!).
Can you revoke my position as a Mentor once I've trained?
I don’t imagine this happening as I’m trying to make sure I bring the right people on board for this but yes. I can withdraw your Mentor position at my discretion. If you’re an arse. If you promote your coaching services to your meet-up group or generate complaints. If you don’t manage to hold one meet-up a month. If you do anything illegal, unethical or unkind (also comes under the ‘being an arse’ category. If any of these situations arise, of course we’ll talk about it first, but my decision as to whether you can continue as a Mentor will be final. Ooooooh, I sound very strict! Seriously, I want my Mentors to be world-class and operate based on love and understanding. Do that and we should be OK. Once you sign up, we’ll send you over the Mentor contract to sign and send back to us so you’ll see all this laid out in detail.
I'm not brave enough!!
Your meet-up will be free for people to attend and you’ll start small so no pressure. Imagine yourself sitting at a cafe or bar with a small table with 4 or 5 people due to turn up and have a drink and relaxed chat about anxiety, peace and wellbeing. Over time this group might grow, but you can set a limit that you’re comfortable or let it grow as large as you like over time. You so ARE brave enough. You wouldn’t have read this far if you weren’t. Plus me, Mind and the other Mentors will all have your back 🙂
I still have questions
No problem, email me at email@example.com.