Would you like to give your child
What if you could impart your child with unwavering self-esteem?
The Bad News
As much as you wish you could wave a magic wand and give these two essential traits for success to your children, you can't. They are called self-confidence and self-esteem, because they have to get them on their own. But read on for what you can do...
The Good News
You can, however, provide them with one of the most valuable gifts a parent can give their child - the tools and strategies to create self-confidence and self-esteem for themselves.
Since 1988, my goal, as a learning specialist and educator, has been to nurture students into self-directed, self-confident life-long learners. I found it unacceptable that most methods of holding kids accountable were manipulative, fear-based and abrasive.
Instead, by providing them with practical, real-world strategies, they become capable of creating their own path to fulfill their own potential. This starts by sharing with you, their parents and teachers, the simple skills that will empower them to become accountable for their own growth. Less stress for you, greater pride for them!
"Self-confidence and self-esteem are completely attainable...
when your children have the right tools."
"Your talk was a flawless balance of entertainment and education. Parents raved about the presentation afterwards. Thank you so much! Your ideas and guidance in raising self-confident kids were invaluable."
Michelle Ciulla Lipkin - President, Computer School Parent Organization
New York, New York
"Teaching is an art that supports the positive behaviors of learning. Nick's ideas are a clear guide to teaching and learning."
Miles Borden - Retired educator, Principal, Assistant Superintendent
"Nick's insights and metaphors shed light on an approach to delivering information that is brain compatible with the nature of learning. Educators, parents, coaches, and instructors will gain a great deal from him."
Michael Hebron - PGA Hall of Fame