Posted: 26 September 2017
OPERATION TRANSFORMATION IS BACK AND THE SEARCH IS ON FOR NEW LEADERS FOR 2019!
With a marriage proposal, some body ink and a change in career for one of the leaders, it’s been an eventful year for the 2018 Operation Transformation leaders. Their success has been amazing and an inspiration to anyone wanting to make that change.
So, if you think the time is right for you to turn your life around, and if you want this to be YOUR year to get fit and healthy – then now is the time to apply!
LAST YEAR’S FAB FIVE LOST AN INCREDIBLE 15ST 7LBS AND INSPIRED THE NATION – CAN YOU DO THE SAME?
David (39) is a Community Sergeant in an Garda Siochana, and is based in the Bridewell station in Dublin.
“You need to set your mind to succeed, once you do that anything is possible. I’ve gone down from a 40 inch waist in my Garda uniform to a 34 inch, something I never thought would happen.”
Mary (53) lives with her husband Joe and their three sons Gary (27), Robbie (25) and Paul (16) in Kiltimagh Co. Mayo. She owns a Montessori school that is located at the back of her house and she works there part-time.
“I never really thought about getting a tattoo. I always liked them though. Then my son booked me in for one as a present and I thought it has to be a butterfly, because that’s what I feel like. I feel I was a caterpillar and Operation Transformation helped me to become that butterfly. I feel like I am 21 again.”
Felicity’s (31) partner Des, who she thought would never propose, finally got down on one knee in August on a beach in Wexford when they were on a weekend away. They are now planning their wedding and she has a goal to lose another three stone by then.
“I was so happy when he popped the question, now I have another goal to keep on track. If I can lose another three stone it would be a dream come true.”
Sarah (28) lives with her husband Gary and their daughter Amelia in Ballinagh, Co. Cavan
“I stand in front of the mirror now and actually feel good about myself. I have a feeling of self-worth again now and a passion for life. I didn’t have that for a very long time.”
Wayne (29) lives at home with his mother Ann in Mallow, Co. Cork
“Everyone has great abilities. I want the youngsters I work with to think ‘If Wayne can do it I can do it too.’ Being a leader has turned my whole life around and helped me in more ways than I can say. Losing my Dad this year was so hard. But I learnt a lot from Dr. Eddie and I have to say it helped me cope a lot better with everything.”
To apply online click here and follow the instructions there. If you have any questions or if you would like an application form sent to you in the post, please call Helen, Elisha or Yvonne on 01 864 1444 or email firstname.lastname@example.org