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Aric Bostick is One Awesome Guy
As a former teacher, Aric inspires educational audiences nationwide—having equipped more than a half million people with energy and strategies to overcome personal challenges and achieve life-long goals.
Aric fosters strong connections through his targeted, high-energy keynotes, workshops, and camps—reaching and training students, educators, parents and employees working to make a difference. Read More
Do you find yourself engaging in power struggles, negotiations, and arguments with your children?
Do you want to stop relying on bribes, threats or punishments to get your children to do what you ask?
Join Susan and I as we role play a typical power struggle experience between parent and child. Read More
In this conversation, Andrew Newman of The Conscious Bedtime Story Club shares why he believes the last 20 minutes of each day are so precious.
When our attention and intention are in the right place during this time, it can transform, not only our lives, but the lives of our children.
Andrew’s deep insight and heartfelt perspective will guide you past the surface behavior issues and help you understand why getting your child to bed may be a struggle for you.
He offers us 4 factors that influence the quality of connection in the evening and 10 ways to connect without saying a word. Click Here To Grab Your Copy.
Listen in to hear about what inspired him to begin writing conscious bedtime stories and how you can get involved in the story club. Read More
Today we are going to look at 2 distinct ways in which individuals view intelligence and learning, through mindset.
Mindset is a simple idea discovered by world-renowned Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck, in decades of research on achievement and success.
Mindsets are beliefs, beliefs about yourself and your most basic qualities.
In her book, Mindset, Carol asks a questions right away, “Think about your intelligence, your talents, your personality.
Are these qualities simply fixed traits, carved in stone and that’s that?
Or are they things you can cultivate throughout your life?
“Mothers have an untapped spiritual power within us…qualities of connection, nurturing, intuition and a spiritual authority that comes from our ‘being’, not our ‘doing’.” – Suzi Lula
Suzi Lula is a much-sought-after Spiritual Counselor, Teacher, and Inspirational Speaker who is an expert in the field of human transformation.
Combining her innovative teachings over her 18 years in private practice, along with her masters degree training in spiritual psychology, Suzi is transforming the way people think about motherhood. Read More
“My love is unconditional. No matter what you could ever do, what you could ever say, where you could ever go, Mommy’s Love is unlimited. It will never stop, it will never be changed, and it will never go away.” – Emily Filmore
Meet Emily Filmore, one of the most compassionate, conscious, and unconditional lover of humans that I have met. She openly shares her path of spiritual parenting, what that means to her, and how she has managed to avoid the typical fallbacks in discipline.
With only one rule in her home, “Before you say or do anything, we ask, what would love do now?”
Do you wonder how anything gets done?
There are 5 Natural Emotions that all humans feel and need to express.
Love, Grief, Fear, Envy, and Anger.
Unfortunately, most of us were not allowed to fully express these feelings as children and struggle now as an adult.
The problem is, when the 5 natural human emotions are not allowed healthy expression, they turn into unnatural emotions that become very hard to work with. Read More
At each turn of the New Year,
People make lists of how they want to shift their lives.
Lose weight, stop smoking, set a routine, and so on.
Why does it sometimes feel like it’s effortless to let negative habits creep up, but when we want to change them, or add a new healthy habit, it feels nearly impossible? Read More