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I’ve had the privilege to mentor many people over the past 45 years and have discovered that successful people know the value of mentorship. “80% of CEO’s received some form of mentorship and 93% of startups admit that mentorship is instrumental to success. Your chances of success in life and in business can be amplified by having the right mentor….” Entrepreneur.com
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Some people think it’s selfish to take time out for themselves when their lives are so busy. But, that just is not true. The reason is….. You can’t give away what you don’t have.
“You’ll NEVER be what you want to be as a leader if you don’t have something fresh to give them, teach them, share with them and help develop them! Mentors are a key factor to my success.” International leadership expert, John Maxwell
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A Pioneer in modern day Taekwondo, A forerunner for women in Taekwondo on an international level
Grandmaster Sell has spent a lifetime in the pursuit and promotion of Taekwondo. She began her training at age 14 in Michigan, USA. There she realized her love for the sport. Within two years, she was awarded her 1st Dan. Since then, has been a professional teacher of Taekwondo, an accomplished tournament competitor, an international referee, a Taekwondo performer, an ordained minister, and President of the U.S. Chung Do Kwan Association.
Grandmaster Sell has been teaching Taekwondo for more than 40 years. She taught initially, as in instructor at Senior Grandmaster Edward B. Sell’s school in Michigan, to providing training in Taekwondo seminars and conferences in schools and cities throughout the United States. She continues to teach at her own local school, The Sell Team Academy, each week.
Even though retired from competition in the late 1970s, she set the groundwork for women in Taekwondo competition. She competed and placed in many tournaments, many of them against both males and females. In 1983, she was honored for her accomplishments, and was asked by the Secretary General of the WTF to come to Korea for a demonstration of women’s competition at the Pre-World Championships. Her greatest accomplishment was becoming the first international female referee.