Los Angeles, CA –The Mentors Studio is blazing a trail for personal development industry experts, and they are aligning forces with Moe Rock, CEO, and the Los Angeles Tribune in an effort to empower entrepreneurs, thought leaders, and industry experts. This alignment will continue to revolutionize the newspaper industry, pioneering the fusion of media and personal development. According to a NY Weekly article, the Special Thought Leadership Edition marks this paradigm shift in the industry.
Together, The Mentors Studio and the Los Angeles Tribune are a part of 3 large events, broadcasting over all their media channels and Roku TV with 50 million reach. The events will stream live and be re-played through the LA Tribune’s television network. The Los Angeles Tribune will showcase industry leaders alongside some of The Mentors Studio Elite Speakers that will be published in a Leadership Anthology Book through the LA Tribune. The Legacy Leadership Summit will showcase virtually June 16-18, 2023, https://www.leadershipsummit23.com.
Moe Rock, the CEO of the Los Angeles Tribune, shared his vision for the newspaper’s pioneering initiative: “Our mission is to inspire and empower our readers to unlock their full potential, creating a ripple effect that drives positive change across the world. We aim to be a catalyst for progress, much like the visionaries that came before us, who have shaped the world through their relentless pursuit of innovation. By redefining the role of newspapers in people’s lives, we are shaping the future of journalism.”
Established in 1886, The Los Angeles Tribune is a news and media company that is redefining what it means to be a national news brand and is making a difference. The newspaper carries a historic significance in the history of journalism and expertise in personal development with their global community. The Los Angeles Tribune Special Thought Leader Edition can be accessed free https://latribunespecialedition.com.
The Mentors Studio is comprised of business leaders, speakers, podcasters, health and wellness professionals, coaches, and lifestyle and finance professionals. “Our vision in The Mentors Studio is to make a positive impact in the world, through leadership and mentorship, and our relationship with the Los Angeles Tribune is a demonstration of forces aligning together to make this paradigm shift,” says Michael Silvers, Managing Partner of The Mentors Studio. Silvers is seen as one of the foremost experts in achieving peak performance and was the Director of Coaching and VP of Sales for T. Harv Eker. He has helped tens of thousands of individuals create the wealth and engineer the lifestyle they truly desire.
Mary Glorfield is a stadium event producer giving a voice to experts and speakers to be on top of their game every day. For over 18 years, she was Tony Robbins EVP for Robbins Research, impacting the lives of over 3 million students in 82 countries. They will both be featured at the Legacy Leadership Summit, in June 2023. To learn more about The Mentors Studio, https://thementorsstudio.net.
About The Mentors Studio: With a vision to educate, enlighten, enrich, and massively enhance their members’ expertise and impact on the world, they mentor other people and help improve their lives. The Mentors Studio is formed by Michael Silvers and Mary Glorfield as a legacy and to be of service while teaching their expertise, growing, and expanding the mentors. Dawna Campbell, the lead trainer with The Mentors Studio, facilitates the training, the mentoring calls, and community growth.
The Mentors Studio has over 300 events each year, both virtually and in-person. Connect directly with their community of mentors online at https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-mentors-studio.
Learn more about The Mentors Studio by visiting them online at www.thementorsstudio.net. For more information about The Mentors Studio contact Dawna Campbell at email@example.com.