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Are you a parent who wants their child to learn the importance of Self-control?

  • Would your child perform better in school or behave better at home if they knew how to manage their emotions and handle stress.

  • How would you benefit from your child learning and improving listening skills at home and in school?

  • We believe all children are capable of greatness. Let us share the steps of structure we use to create a positive change in your child in the quickest way possible. 


Have you ever worried that your child is not on a clear path toward their best potential? That they could do so much more?

I understand! So, I will show you exactly how we fix that in training.

I have one point I want to make clear before we get started.

I realize there's a lot of noise out there around this subject.

This training isn't theory or recycled garbage.


I'm introducing proven mental models geared toward solving the problem of getting children to be their best, so If your thinking thinks like this.

"I know he could do much better if he just tried!" or "I know she is extremely bright and talented." "why can't her teachers see that."

We have observed one main thing working with children over the past 30 years. 

Most parents are reluctant to acknowledge this. But there is a reoccurring pattern that we see over and over again. Sometimes the issue is obvious, but it's hard to see most of the time, especially in our children. It starts with the fear of the unknown. Now you might be thinking. 

  • "All children have fears, nothing we can do about that." (not true)

  • "Or that's simple; we'll force them to do it!" (this will cause resentment)

  • Or even "I don't want to make them do things they don't want to." (put the child in control of their future which we know is a bad idea)

Most of the time, children don't even know it's fear that is causing them not to be up to their full potential or embrace challenges. Instead, they will say things like

  • "I don't want to."

  • "This is boring."

  • " That's stupid."

  • " I want to try something new."

  • " I just want to stay home."


Fear leads to many not so good things, but for our children, it's mainly a lack of Self-Confidence. OK, can't I tell them to "be more confident?"


Life for children in this day and age is different than even 20 years ago. There is so much information available. Children spend much more time on electronic devices, exposing them to many outside influences beyond our control. These influences, combined with the fact that humans instinctively fear the unknown and that your child is exceptionally bright, can cause your child to subconsciously believe that they are not good enough or will fail, which triggers the lack of Self-Confidence. 


So what about things like Football, Rugby, Basketball, and Cricket? Don't get me wrong, all those sports are great. But are they what's best for your child? And your child's unique situation. Team sports are not always the best way to build up a child's lack of Self- Confidence. Now that does not mean your child will never enjoy team sports! What does my child need|?

  • A program that directly teaches them to conquer their fears.  

  • An activity that teaches them the joy of Accomplishment.  

  • A learning process that Builds them up step by step. This process Enhances life skills. 


Once they can conquer their fears and experience the joy of Accomplishment, they have built up their Self-Confidence in a calculated, planned, tried and proven system. They will indeed have the tools to be successful in Anything! 


Now the right system must be in place to accomplish these results.

There is the hard way which is 10,000 or more different combinations. Try this, try that. We need to unlock that combination for your child. Who wants a "tried and proven system." That teaches your child to conquer their fears, overcome their lack of confidence and gives them a recipe for success?


 Who Should Do This?


  • Children who should be high achievers.

  • Children who need to learn to be more Self- Motivated.

  • Children who need more goal-setting skills.

  • Children who need to know the joy of Accomplishment.

  • Children who can benefit from learning life skills.


Who Should Not Do This?


  • Children that tell their parents what they will or will not do.

  •  Children who do not commit their training. 

  • Parents stuck in information-gathering mode are unprepared to take action and get results for their children.

  • People are not serious about getting their children the training and knowledge to help them conquer their fears.

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