It’s a Busy Summer at K&A!

There is so much happening at Klemmer & Associates this summer!

Youth Leadership Camp
Spring has turned to summer and we are excited to share all the amazing events we have on the horizon! With kids out of school it is the perfect time of year for us to be supporting the next generation in their forward movement. Have you ever thought to yourself, “I wish I had learned these lessons when I was younger… think of all the amazing things I could have accomplished by now?!” Then now is the time to sew into the lives of the next generation. Give them the tools you never had. I promise it will be worth it.

July is packed with Youth Leadership Camp. YLC 1.0 is July 12-17, 2016. This program is designed for teens ages 12-18 to experience an adaption of our Personal Mastery and Advanced level seminars. The amount of growth they can experience in just six days is mind blowing! Since we had so many teens that were begging for another program, to grow more in this work, Kimberly Zink designed YLC 2.0. Our 2.0 program is for teens who have already been through 1.0, and is designed to stretch and grow the students’ preconceived notions of everything from how they view themselves to their sunglasses around money. It is a combination of Heart of the Samurai, Samurai Camp, and so much more. This year YLC 2.0 will be July 25-31, 2016. Enroll the teens in your life as soon as possible; space is limited and the classes are filling up quickly.

Playful Mastery
We are so excited to be bringing Playful Mastery back to the public August 5-7, 2016. This is an in-demand product that we offer about once a year for children ages 5-12 and their families. One of the commitments we have as an organization is building healthy families, and there is no better place to start that journey than Playful Mastery. The kids will be experiencing win/win, victim/responsible and so much more. We are also adding an entire piece for them to identify and deal with their emotions. So much excitement around the re-vamp of this product! Join us in Seattle, Washington for the family growth experience of a lifetime!

Because we are committed to healthy families and communities, we are putting an incentive in play for you to spread the word and get people in this class. When you refer a family who sits in Playful Mastery this August we will gift you 100 Klemmer points! Please use this as the fuel you need to positively interfere in the lives of those you care about.

Mobile App for Android & Apple
If you haven’t seen yet, Klemmer & Associates has launched an app for Android and Apple devices. We have been in the process of creating this for such a long time and could not be more thrilled with the outcome. Some of the features include class locations, direct access to your favorite enrollers in our office, photo sharing capability and so much more. Download today for free by searching for Klemmer in your app store.

Samurai Camp
Last, but certainly not least, we are welcoming in a new set of campers: Samurai Campers! Heart of the Samurai just concluded, sending a wave of samurai forward on their journey by signing up for Samurai Camp. They will be starting phone calls in August and it isn’t too late to join them! Huge goals will be accomplished before the end of the year… and yours should be among them.

We are so excited with everything happening and we want you to be a part of it! If you would like any more information please call (800) 577-5447. Everyone in our office would love to support you in whatever your next step is. As always, create an amazing day!

Accountability Without Judgment

By Brian Klemmer

Do you struggle with holding others accountable? Sometimes I do. One time I was hired to speak at a meeting in Los Angeles, and the woman who organized this function was supposed to recruit two hundred attendees. There were only fifty. At lunchtime she apologized profusely and I responded by telling her not to feel bad. I tried to relieve her guilt. Then I realized that while I succeeded in relieving her guilt, I wasn’t helping her to do her best. I wasn’t holding her accountable.

According to Webster’s dictionary, the word accountable means “subject to giving an account, answerable.” It’s neither good nor bad, and that’s why it’s done without judgment. Many of us find it difficult to Read More…

Forming a Mastermind Group

If you want to experience exponential growth toward your dreams, then you’ll want to participate in a mastermind group. In a recent newsletter we discussed why masterminding is one of the most important principles of success. How do you get started?

Mark Victor Hansen reveals seven keys to building a successful mastermind group during an interview in the multiple-CD series, Interviews with the Experts. To create a successful mastermind group, members must: Read More…

The Power of Masterminding

A Brian Klemmer original from 2008

Have you ever heard of masterminding, the powerful tool that can enhance your marriage and business life? If so, do you use it?

Napoleon Hill, author of the classic, Think and Grow Rich, considered masterminding one of the most important principles of success. Andrew Carnegie also recognized the value of it. Mark Victor Hansen, co-creator of the mega-hit Chicken Soup for the Soul series, agrees. Before his Chicken Soup series, he experienced only Read More…

Find the why behind your goal

By Krystal Zellmer

Having goals is imperative to you moving forward in your life. Goals create action. Now, if you have already set some goals that is awesome! What happens when that goal gets tough? It can be hard to power through to accomplish your goal if you are not connected to WHY that goal is important to you.

Your “why” is your vision, or your purpose. Having your goal connected Read More…

Trigger Devices

By Krystal Zellmer

One interesting thing I remember about Brian Klemmer was that he always had a nail polish dot right in the center of his watch. Sometime that dot was the same color for years. The dot on his watch when he passed was purple. Those were not just arbitrary dots or colors, they were trigger devices. The purple dot was for one of his books to get onto Oprah’s Book Club.

Trigger devices can be extremely useful in our daily lives. They can be reminders of lessons we have learned. They can be reminders of where we want to be. They can be reminders of who we want to be. After Personal Mastery we Read More…

Gain Clarity on What You Want

By Krystal Zellmer

What is it in life that you want? Your own business? A totally toned body? The man/woman of your dreams? Do you know every detail? How would you know that what you were aspiring for came to life if you did not have it written down?

Say you are searching for your soul mate. Write a list of all the things that you want in that person. Don’t be afraid to be detailed. Knowing exactly what you want is part of the battle. Now after you have written the list Read More…


By Krystal Zellmer

There are two ways to learn something; emotional involvement and repetition. At Klemmer and Associates we strive to create opportunities at our seminars where you can have an experience with emotional involvement to create a large amount of change in a short amount of time. Repetition is also an effective tool for change.

Positive affirmations can be extremely effective. What do you tell yourself about you? Is your self-talk riddled with positive feedback, or overwhelmingly negative? What if you were to declare positive qualities about yourself, or a positive statement about who you are? Could that eventually shift Read More…

First Day, Last Day

By Krystal Zellmer

What list of things do you have that you want to accomplish before you die? How many of the things on that list are you actively pursuing? This is not a new concept, but it is an important one. What if today was your last day? We would like to believe that with modern technology, a healthy diet and a regular work-out regime we will live a beautiful life into our 90’s. Unfortunately there is no special formula to Read More…

Rocks, pebbles, and sand

By Krystal Zellmer

Picture a mason jar. If I fill it to the brim with rocks would you say it was full? Most people would say yes. Then I pour pebbles that slide in between the rocks. Is the jar full? Then I pour in sand and the sand fills in even more of the supposedly used space.

Imagine your big dreams; the things that are attached to your purpose. Those things are your rocks. Your pebbles are the things in your life that are also significantly important but not the end all of everything like your rocks. Lastly is the sand. Things that need to get done, but might not hold the highest value in your heart. These are Read More…