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Life Lessons for Little Leaders

This program teaches fundamental leadership skills that will equip kids to lead themselves and others. Focusing on key leadership principles such as, mindfulness, listening, body language, and empathy, kids will be empowered to make good choices. By adopting these best practices as a part of their daily habits, kids will develop patience, boost their self-confidence, be more tolerant and less judgmental, be kinder to themselves and others. Long term benefits include improved communication skills, improved emotional intelligence (EQ), a healthy mind, and a happy life.
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When you quiet the chatter in your mind you become clear and can make better decisions. We must take time every day to be silent, to just BE. Students will learn how to apply a simple breathing technique and meditation to feel calm and get in touch with their inner voice.


According to The Law of Giving, we must keep wealth circulating by giving and receiving care, affection, appreciation, and love. Students will practice gratefulness and share how they will show gratitude.

Body Language

A key leadership trait is strong body language. Kids will feel more empowered if their words match their body language. Students will learn simple ways to demonstrate positive body language.


Based on The Law of Karma, every action generates a force of energy that returns to us in like kind. Choosing actions that bring happiness and success to others ensures the flow of happiness and success to you. Students will learn how to become more aware of their words and how they affect others.


Students will be encouraged to be aware and sensitive to other's feelings. They will be guided to express empathy by showing that they care. 


According to The Law of Intention and Desire, inherent in every intention and desire is the mechanics for its fulfillment. Trust that when things don't go your way, there's a reason. When things don't go as planned, we need to trust the universe. Be open. Be creative. Bounce back from perceived failures. Let things go. 

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