In the Network each Trans4mind website is produced and managed by a Trans4mind Service Provider, working alone or when possible supported by one or more assistants whom the Trans4mind Service Provider has recruited over time to work with him or her in public service. These people work together to deliver personal development products and services, created with extraordinary care, brought to their site visitor using the Trans4mind brand and ethos.
- Computer literacy and if possible, webmaster skills
- Translation skills from English to your native language
- A good understanding of, interest in and commitment to personal development
- Leadership skills
Peter Shepherd wrote the book Transforming the Mind in 1995 in which he summarized his knowledge to date, and further developed the most effective methods he'd found to create a set of home study courses, accessible and beneficial to all. Moving to France, he began running the Trans4mind.com website full time, to reach all those people who are looking for the same things he had searched so long for - and to be of service in the most valuable way he knew how.
We function in the world according to our programming. This software is in our minds and the hardware is our brain and nervous system. We are largely unaware that we can actually change this programming, switch one program for another, or actually to rise above the level of mind and write new programs for ourselves as the meta-programmer. We can do this as individuals and we can do this as humanity; it is our God-like spiritual nature. But first we have to come to terms with reality and point ourselves in the right direction… The Positive Approach Course is the free online course Peter has developed for that purpose, which is nowadays accompanied by an abundance of free personal development resources.
Peter comments: "Because we are each such different individuals, with personal goals and at different stages on our various paths, we at Trans4mind have found there is no singular tool for transformation, there are many, and we've tried to select the very best ones for our web site. We trust that you will benefit immensely."
Peter's goal in life has been to break free of the consensus trance, to find instead his own truth and to help others find their own truth also. He declares his life purpose to be: "To contribute and maintain the services needed to help human beings consciously evolve toward a more loving, peaceful and just world." Toward this purpose, Peter manages the Network of Service Providers, offering Trans4mind sites in many world languages.
More about the life and views of Peter Shepherd at his Bio page.
Who is Nicole Shepherd, the producer of Trans4mind in French?
Nicole has been director of centers for leisure and vacation for the last 17 years and has recently retired to devote her energies to the Trans4mind site. As an educator she applies the principles of personal development in her work with children. She believes that they need to learn how to learn, to know their emotions and be able to communicate with adults with confidence.
10 years ago she met Peter Shepherd as a student on his Insight Project course of spiritual development and soon discovered they share the same ideals and values. Indeed they share an unconditional love that has enlightened both of their lives. Peter moved to France and they married in 2003.
Now that Nicole is free to work more on the Trans4mind site, expect to see the French version advance rapidly. In addition, Nicole will be contributing her experience and expertise in the fields of education, parenting and relationships in the form of articles and eBooks, both in English and French. You can find out more about Nicole on the French website, Trans4mind.fr and on her Bio page.
Who is Orsolya Riszt, producer of Trans4mind in Hungarian?
Orsolya Riszt lived a very intense and varied life, daring to be herself, which she enjoyed tremendously. She taught at the Technical University of Budapest and then moved to Italy with her family. However, some significant downturns in her life led to her developing some highly reactive ways of behaving and thinking. She was unable or unwilling to confront the reality of those situations. Fortunately, she discovered the value and power of personal development...
By learning to be focused, to live in the moment, to take responsibility for her actions and reactions, to handle and direct her thoughts and emotions - in short, through personal development - she dared to be herself again. And she is deeply convinced that anybody can make such a transformation. If an individual is just a little bit open to better his or her life, they will see that the help they need is available, in particular through the tools for transformation that Trans4mind presents. Now, thanks to Orsolya, in Hungarian too.
Note: Hungarian is an official language in the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia and in parts of Slovenia. Hungarian is not an official language in Romania but it is spoken in parts of it.
You can find out more about Orsolya on her Hungarian website, Trans4mind.hu.
CHEOLKI YOO, Ph.D. had taught English for about 16 years in high school, Incheon, Korea. He also worked as a part-time lecturer at Inha University, Seoul Thelogical University, and Sungkyul University from 2003 to 2013. At the same time, he engaged in an educational enterprise for several years.
While surfing the Internet, he found a new book written by Jack Canfield, "The Success Principles: How to Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be." There were various principles for success and many programs and books such as leadership, coaching, and psychological counseling were introduced in the book. NLP stimulated his intellectual curiosity among many programs.
When he taught English in high school, he experienced that students could transform their attitudes and improve noticeably their grades only if they felt to be encouraged and respected by their teachers, parents, or classmates. Eureka! He found many useful contents in the NLP programs and went on to become a certified NLP Trainer & Consultant.
And then he published a book, "Experiencing Humanities through Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter; Happiness in the Daily Life." He decided to wake up the people's potential and founded the Human Excellence Development Institute (HEDI), Seoul, Korea. In 2017, it also led him to run the Trans4mind.kr site, too.
He established the HEDI with the following philosophy and principles, upon which he will also run the Trans4mind.kr site....
People have their own unique talents.
Everyone wants to have a better future than now.
People's lives depend on their own choice.
Everyone has their resources that achieve what they want to.
The best way to predict the future is to create it.
People can only do what they believe they can do.
Dreams come true.
Maria is very familiar with all the tools for transformation at the Trans4mind website and has just started translating materials for her new Greek website. The first project is Peter's book, Daring to Be Yourself, and that's well underway. Following that, Maria has ambitious plans, plus she will create a blogging section of the site.
Tim, alongside his wife Jenny, has been running the Chinese site since 2008. He focuses particularly on presenting real-world Positive Approach courses for young people... here's a recent course group: