By Wylie Mcgraw
I wanted to share session #5 of my 10-Part TFT IMPACT Series that I am facilitating for my Fitness Quest 10 TEAM. As most of you know, this TFT (training fellow trainers) series is one of my BIG 5 for the year and is designed to support the continuing growth in LEADERSHIP and SELF-DEVELOPMENT for all the members of my FQ10 TEAM. I have had an absolute blast teaching this series and I can’t believe we are 1/2 way done with the program already. WOW!
I have had great comments on the previous 4 sessions that I have shared with you (THANK YOU!) over the last few months and ALL are archived over on the TD Mastermind website in the video section under the category LEADERSHIP or SELF.
For session #5, as you will see in the video link below, I did something a bit different. Wylie “creatively” introduced himself, via the “sole sneaker” and a personal note saying that he had to meet me and share what he was doing to “change the world” and IMPACT people in a positive way. He shared that his product/project and passion was “High-Performance Meditation” and gave me a detailed account/outline, etc. on what it was all about. I was impressed by his “bold” approach and I invited Wylie to FQ10 and connected with him.
Wylie McGraw is a deep and SERVICE-oriented man; he is a U.S. Army Veteran of 6-years with 3 tours of Duty over in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kosovo. He has spent the last 6 years immersed in alternative healing methods, energy work, and created his own approach to meditation called “High-Performance Meditation.” Wylie works with some “high performers” including self-development icon Dennis Waitley, author of “The Psychology of Winning” and many other great books. Wylie also is passionate about serving returning Veterans with PTSD, which I think is awesome.
I turned the floor over to Wylie for TFT #5 and he did a great job sharing his “High-Performance Meditation” modality with my FQ10 TEAM. I talk for the first few minutes and then my team & I ask a bunch of questions at the end.
You will see 3 things on this video:
1. Wylie sharing his background and the principles behind “High-Performance Meditation.”
2. Wylie facilitating an actual Meditation – (we edited parts of it for time sake; there wasn’t much “talking” during the meditation. Whereas a guided meditation would have the practitioner leading you through the meditation, his format did not entail that. You will see that in the actual meditation itself).
3. Wylie answering questions about the experience after the meditation. (I asked a ton because it was different than many other meditations I’ve done).