19 Oct October 19, 2021 – Unstoppable Success Niyc Pidgeon and Potential Molecule Dr. Robert J. Flower
Niyc Pidgeon – Founder of Unstoppable Success
Everyone has woken up to understand that they get to do life
on their own terms. They can get something that feels more
purposeful or meaningful.
Niyc Pidgeon is known as ‘The Girl Who Made Elon Musk Cry’! She is a leader with a high level network of clients and business friends, Niyc supports coaches to grow 6 & 7-figure Coaching Businesses Online and her clients have generated over $22 million dollars in the last five years. Niyc is a best selling Hay House author, award winning positive psychologist, twice certified high performance coach, and investor. She is founder of the multi million dollar brand Unstoppable Success, creator of The Positive Psychology Coach Academy Certification, and her mission is to help millions of people change their lives through positive psychology and entrepreneurship.
Dr. Robert J. Flower – Author of Decoding the Holy Grail and the Discovery of the Potential Molecule
People have no idea how much potential they really have!
Dr. Robert J. Flower, is an expert on the Science of Potential. He is the author of 11 books as well as numerous magazine and news articles. His book “Your Exceptional Mind” was a finalist for the 2010 International Book Awards in the Self-Help category. He is also an experienced presenter having lectured, among other locations, at the United Nations. Dr. Flower is the founder and director of The Gilchrist Institute for the Achievement Sciences, a nonprofit Human Potential Research and Development think tank located in Bronxville, NY. Dr. Robert J. Flower author of Decoding the Holy Grail and the Discovery of the Potential Molecule, is a leading authority on potential and achievement. Dr. Flower’s interest in philosophy and ancient history led to a discovery of a biological process of cellular development that models our thinking process. In 1984 he founded the Gilchrist Institute, which specializes in helping clients achieve their maximum potential. He has lectured widely on potential theory, including two sessions at the United Nations, and has consulted for Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, Ford, Chrysler and CVS.