Inaccurate assumptions about the human brain often lead to harmful outcomes that block our incentives to tackle challenges and grow grit for innovative adventures that improve life for ourselves and those around us. While it’s true that the same boiling water that softens a potato also hardens an egg, it’s… Read more »
Teens asked 25 key questions that all get addressed in my 2021 Book, The Teens’ Growth Mindset Workbook. See their awesome inquiries below: 1. My older brother is my parents’ favorite ‘cause he’s smarter and better built than me. My parents often brag about him, and rarely ever say anything… Read more »
What is this grace that adds wings to our dreams and feet to our realities? We look online for friendship only to find fury and frustration. We isolate from loved ones and sadly often suffer alone. We feel caught up in a chaotic work world that demands more and satisfies… Read more »
Being talented and successful doesn’t mean doing everything perfectly; it means believing that your intelligence and personality have the ability to change and grow! THE TEENS’ GROWTH MINDSET WORKBOOK inspires that belief with interactive exercises and bite-sized advice written for all who hope for growth in any area. Learn to feel confident, bounce back from tough breaks, and take on new adventures with a growth mindset.
Teens tell us this pandemic leaves them behind and they crave practical support to improve their lives! It’s tantamount to Tolkien’s Frodo saying, “I wish it need not have happened in my time.” Gandalf answers as adults might address anxious teens, “So do I, and so do all who live… Read more »
Middle school suicide peaks to an all-time high as depression worsen especially for teen girls! Even caring parents question why teens who appear to have everything, suddenly end their own lives. Yet when teens focus on healthy minds, they also switch on their growth mindset, for new possibilities beyond past… Read more »
When learning or leadership problems pop up – how do you troubleshoot to ensure that all those you mentor, coach, teach, or facilitate will takeaway more? Below are brain-compatible strategies I use and I’d love to hear your tips. YOUR TURN! Join our Brain Based Circles! Would love to… Read more »
It’s no secret that teens drop out of secondary schools at alarming rates, or that parents complain about wasted tax dollars in broken schools, or that faculty vent about lack of relevancy and low standards. Yet, while most agree that secondary schools stomp out the very mental resources teens bring… Read more »