5 Social Lessons Every Child Must Know

This workshop was taught in the 2015 Not Back to School Summit - REGISTER HERE for FREE live access to our next summit!

Never in the history of the world have so many people taken an interest in the social development of children. Why? Social grooming is a natural part of any civilization, but have we gone too far? What has happened to the social environment our children live in, and is it what they need for happiness and success in life? What is the point of a social life anyway? In this class we get to the root of the social and discuss 5 social lessons children must know to succeed in this very social world.

More about Nicholeen Peck:

When it comes to parenting, Nicholeen Peck is a worldwide phenomenon and leader — and for good reason! Her proven system based on Four Simple Skills transforms even the most out-of-control teenagers and homes from chaos to calm within days. Though she's an international speaker, author, mentor, former foster parent of many difficult and troubled teens, and even President of the Worldwide Organization for Women (an approved consultant for the United Nations), Nicholeen spends most of her time at home with her husband and four children, which she knows will be her greatest impact and legacy. The fact that she has such an international influence while still being a stay-at-home mom is evidence of the effectiveness of her teachings. Learn more about her mission and methods at www.teachingselfgovernment.com

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Tisha Richardson says

I just finished listening to this session. Thank you so very much. I feel like I've never gotten instructions on how to parent. I am told constantly what I am doing wrong. This is the first time I've been given any kind of direction on what/HOW to do right. Again, thank you. You've given me alot to think about.

TLR

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Stephanie Gee says

Thanks for the inspiring session!

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TAmi Duvall says

Love, love, love!!

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