Going Miles is one of the worlds premier and youngest personal transformation team’s.

We are a band of acclaimed motivational speakers, entertainers and personalities, embraced by the youth and communities of the world, sharing our story and inspirational message.

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Scott Ward Comedy Hypnosis Shows

Scott Eagledog Ward, world’s first professional Native Hypnotist, has presented to many first nation communities across Canada and the USA. Scott delivers a comedic show rather than simply a demonstration to impress an audience with powers of persuasion. Aside from entertaining, he educates both youth and adults with his dynamic comedy hypnosis shows and inspiring educational workshops. His father, Dewayne Ward, has influenced him with Ojibway teachings and culture. He shares his native cultures to his workshops. He looks up to his dad and he realized that he wanted to be like him.

He provides high quality services of hypnosis shows full of humour and learning. He is natural to his audience especially with the youth as an educator, thus called himself a full-time travel teacher.

He has message for the youth:

Do what you love doing and don’t stop till you make it! Exceed expectations! Do what you love and be who you are. I have been creating a new brand of Hypnosis since 2004 and have been breaking down barriers and excelling in ways that I never thought possible. Step out of the box and the norm and you will be rewarded in your journey. Life is all about the journey and creating bonds and close friendships. I also live a drug & alcohol-free lifestyle and hope to inspire other young people to do the same if they choose to.”


Career Planning Workshop

It always starts with the question, “What’s your plan?”

When you were young, everyone gets excited to ask you what you wanted to become. As you get older, you get more specific question such as: “How do you see yourself five years from now?”

During that time, you gave the best answer you have. It may come true to others, but some would fail their expectation. This may be because people change, so does your goals in life. People tend to explore their skills, interests and abilities over time. This exploration can help you decide your action plans to find you a career suited to your personality and over all being.

There are steps to Career Planning:

  1. Ask yourself what you wanted to become. Start to evaluate your interests and skills to assist you in making the right choice for a career.
  2. Explore your strengths and weaknesses.
  3. Set your goals and finalize your decision.
  4. Educate yourself, learn from teaching and experiences.
  5. Put your decision into effect.

You are responsible for the path you choose. With Going MILES, we have workshops to help you succeed in life. We have motivational speakers to discuss with you anything about career development through workshops.

Give us a call now at 1-855-714-0387, email us at dewayne@diversitytalent.ca


Youth Empowerment

According to Wikipedia, Youth empowerment is a process where children and young people are encouraged to take charge of their lives. They do this by addressing their situation and then take action in order to improve their access to resources and transform their consciousness through their beliefs, values, and attitudes.

Going MILES have been to a lot of first nation communities, presenting in front of different youth groups all around Canada.

Our group consists of different artists. We have comedy hypnotist, motivational speakers, hip hop artists, magician, illusionist, native comedian, athlete, and recording artist. We use talents to bring entertainment and empowerment to our future generations.

To empower youth is to:

  • Include them in decision-making processes
  • Understand and implement their honest opinions and ideas
  • Be willing to share your adult power and privilege in order to make the community a better place for both young people and adults alike
  • Honor their voice
  • Spent quality time to the future leaders

 


Cyber Bullying Workshop

We call it drama, hating, embarrassment, harassment, and intimidation.

Cyber bullying, whatever name it goes by, it is serious. The range of cyber bullying tactics is getting worse, and it is changing along with new technology and with the different social networking sites.

There are many types of bullying that includes: physical, verbal and social bullying. Unlike these types of bully, cyber bullying can be never ending. A victim can be reached anytime and anywhere, can be followed 24/7 from school, to the mall or around the neighbourhood. And because it can spread quickly, to a wide audience, you might not realize that the impact is changing one’s life. Over time, victims/bullies may become depressed, suicidal and began to socially distant themselves, others may behave aggressively, and lead to violence.

There are many ways to deal with cyber bullying. If you’re a victim – talk to an adult, or report every incident to the school administrator, or to a local police station. If it happens in social networking sites, report it and block the person responsible. And because It’s happening enough that, as a country, we need to do more about it. Going MILES can be your partner in helping you understand Cyberbullying. Our program is to motivate, inspire, lead, empower and assist you to succeed. We have several workshops and that includes dealing with Cyber bullying and Gossip. We make use of interactive exercises to illustrate how gossip and bullying starts. Focus on verbal and non-verbal communication styles to illustrate how it affects us directly and indirectly using Power of Voice Exercise.

And now that a new school year is about to start, feel free to contact us and reserve a date for Cyber Bullying Workshop. Together we can make a difference – we can put a stop to this.


Suicide Prevention Workshop

According to Statistics Canada, Suicide (Intentional and Self-Harm) ranked 9th among the causes of deaths with 4,405 numbers listed from both sexes. And it was noted that numbers have been increasing over the years. Among Canadians aged 15 to 24, suicide ranked second among the most common causes of death during 2003–2007.

Why do you think individuals take their own lives? How do we help someone who is suicidal?

Clearly, a suicidal person may not ask for help, but it doesn’t mean that they don’t need. Preventing suicide starts by knowing the signs and taking them seriously. To fully understand suicide, one must open up and speak about it openly. Discussing it is very helpful. A person may jokingly express ending his/her life, it may indicate serious suicidal feelings and it should not be ignored. These people are blinded by their depression, hopelessness and isolation and want to escape from suffering. They may not really want death, but instead they look for ways to stop the pain.

Everyone should recognize warning signs of suicide. That includes person talking about suicide, seeking out lethal objects, preoccupied with death, self-hatred, self-destructive and withdrawing from others. As a friend, relative or family, start to help prevent suicide from happening. All you have to do towards a suicidal person is to be yourself, sympathize, listen and give hope.

This is where Going MILES can be of help. We provide interactive workshops on suicide prevention. We have several artists who can go the extra mile to assisting youth to develop positive attitudes and self-esteem in their personal growth and inner development.

 


NEW GOING MILES SITE LAUNCHED

Hello Everyone! Today we launched a new site design for GOING MILES,  its time we look a  more modern and bring you some new types of content. We will be building out or presence a bit and hopefully show you more of what we are doing in the communities that we visit and perform in.

This blog and news section will also be a great place for us to share whats on our mind and hopefully subject matter you might find interesting.  Also, the bigger news… – we have added a new GOING MILES MERCHANDISE STORE!

We might have a few kinks to work our, please bare with us! 

Thanks Everyone!