Introductory Program

A Taste of What Could Be - Learning about Self Responsibility




You can steer yourself any direction you choose.
Dr Seuss




One of the central goals of our Wisdom Coaching programs is to teach children how to be leaders of their own lives – how to take ownership, or full responsibility, for their thoughts, their feelings, their words, their actions, their goals, and their dreams.
Children often feel like victims because they see grownups as having all the power - their parents tell them what to do; their teachers tell them what to do; their coaches tell them what to do. The lesson “Power of Self Responsibility” is fundamental to developing open mindset skills and sets a foundation to explore other topics.
Kids learn that when they take 100% responsibility for their lives, it gives them their ultimate power. They get to choose who they want to be, what they want to think, how they choose to feel, how they choose to act, and what they want to create - it is their choice. Kids learn to be “the boss of me”.
Duration:

1 x 1 hour session
USD 25 - Small Group (Min 3 kids) or
USD 50 - One-to-One
Learning Outcomes

  • Kids learn they can choose how they experience the events of their lives.
  • Kids discover how to shift from feeling like a victim to taking responsibility and stand in their power
  • Kids discover how much power they do have when they choose to take ownership of their lives.

It's Great to be ME!

Developing Unwavering Self Esteem




Why fit in, you were born to stand out.
Dr Seuss



How children feel about themselves is one of the biggest influences on their happiness and what they create in their lives. Positive self-esteem and feeling good, even when things are challenging, is a skill that they can develop.
Duration:

6 x 1 hour lessons
USD 150 - Small Group (Min 3 kids) or
USD 300 - One-to-One
Payment Plan Available
Learning Outcomes

  • Why positive self-esteem is important and that it’s a choice
  • How kid’s minds shapes their world and how they have the power to shape their mind
  • Understand their own uniqueness and the uniqueness of others
  • How to develop positive self talk and thinking
  • How to manage the ups and downs of life with power shifting tools.
  • How they can choose happiness through their thinking and it’s not based on certain conditions.



Lesson 1 – What is self-esteem
Young kids often don’t understand the concept of self-esteem or why it’s important. We help kids understand that they are in charge of their self-esteem.


Lesson 2 – How Your Mind Shapes Your World
How kids feel about themselves is shaped by what kids believe about themselves - both on the conscious level and on the subconscious level. When kids learn how to uncover negative beliefs and then shift them to supportive beliefs they become empowered to handle the ups and downs of growing up without getting down on themselves. Kids understand how their mind shapes their world and what they can do to shape their mind.


Lesson 3 – Honoring Your Uniqueness
Kids often live in the world of comparisons – seeing themselves as “better than” or “less than” someone else. Judgment with a feeling of “less than” leads to self-criticism and self-doubt as kids see everyone else as “better than” they are. This destroys self-esteem as kids fail to see their own uniqueness, gifts, and talents. We help kids understand the danger of comparisons and discover what is great about themselves.


Lesson 4 – Neural Pathways and Self-talk
Children’s thoughts about themselves create the way they experience themselves. Every time they think about themselves – either in the positive or negative – neural pathways are created which establish their beliefs about themselves. People can tell kids that they are great, but if they don’t believe it, then it doesn’t matter. We help kids understand that what they say to themselves is more important than what anyone else says to them. In this lesson kids learn how to use the power of positive self-talk to create positive beliefs and strong self-esteem.


Lesson 5 – Power Shifting
When things don’t go their way, kids often get down on themselves. A powerful skill for kids to learn is how to separate an event and their results from “who they are”. We call this power shifting (often referred to as reframing). We help kids understand how to handle the ups and downs of growing up without getting down on themselves.


Lesson 6 – Self Coaching
Kids learn how to keep on track through self-coaching – which is a process of “checking in” on their progress towards a goal and shifting when needed. This promotes accountability to themselves instead of relying on someone else to “monitor” them. When kids self-coach by asking themselves 3 key questions, they develop true mastery because they take 100% responsibility for their lives.  

Managing Change Easily

Building Resilience & Adaptability




You become what you believe.
Oprah Winfrey



Developing resilience is one of the most important mindset skills for kids to learn so they can handle the tough stuff in life. Kids can learn skills for managing mistakes, experiencing disappointments or failures, or handling change.
How children feel about themselves is one of the biggest influences on their happiness and what they create in their lives. Positive self-esteem and feeling good, even when things are challenging, is a skill that they can develop.
Duration:

8 x 1 hour lessons
USD 200 - Small Group (Min 3 kids) or
USD 400 - One-to-One
Payment Plan Available
Learning Outcomes

  • How kid’s minds shapes their world and how to shape their own mind
  • How to develop a supportive belief system based on possibilities
  • How to be courageous and bust outside their comfort zone
  • How to learn from mistakes and let them go
  • How to use positive self talk
  • How to move towards goals despite experiencing failure
  • Failure is an event not who they are
  • The power of practicing visualisation
  • How to embrace change and thrive



Program details:
Lesson 1 – How Your Mind Shapes Your World
What kids accomplish in life is shaped by what kids believe about themselves - both on the conscious level and on the subconscious level. When kids learn how to uncover negative beliefs and then shift them to supportive beliefs they become empowered to handle disappointments without giving up on themselves.


Lesson 2 – Power of Possibility
Belief systems shape what kids see as possible for their lives. Kids who don’t believe in themselves, who have faced disappointments or failure, or who don’t think their dreams are possible can develop an “I’m not good enough” or an “I can’t” attitude. Learning how to develop a belief system based on possibilities will help kids bust outside of their comfort zone, create courage, and go for it in life - even if they’ve stumbled in the past.


Lesson 3 – Overcoming Mistakes
Everyone makes mistakes, it’s part of life. In this lesson, kids learn that mistakes are opportunities to learn and to grow. They also discover the “Five I’s of managing mistakes” so they know how to learn from the mistake and let it go.


Lesson 4 – Managing Fear
Kids will face many challenges in life but the strongest opponents they will face are the dragons that can flood their mind. Thoughts of self-doubt, concerns about other people’s opinion, and fear of the unknown can devastate self-esteem and self-confidence – freezing kids in their tracks and keeping them from their dreams. Kids learn that dragons are just creations of their mind and that they can use the five steps for moving through fear to move through the fear and go for it.


Lesson 5 – Self-talk
Children’s thoughts about themselves create the way they experience themselves and their world. This lesson helps kids understand that what they say to themselves is more important than what anyone else says to them. They can use the power of positive self-talk to move through fear, to overcome mistakes, disappointments, and to manage change. Kids learn that how they talk to themselves creates confidence and courage.


Lesson 6 – Moving Past Failure
Kids learn that failure is an event and not who they are. They learn that failure is only a failure if they allow it to keep them from their goals and dreams. Kids learn how to put failure “in a box” so they can learn from it and move forward in their power.


Lesson 7 – Visualisation
Kids learn that Visualisation is the process of imagining themself in the future having already achieved their goal. Scientific research has proven that the mind cannot tell the difference between an experience imagined and a real experience. When visualisation is used to practice success, strong neural pathways are developed to prepare their mind to succeed. Visualisation is a very powerful skill for helping kids manage change, move through fear, and pick themselves up after facing a disappointment or failure.


Lesson 8 – Managing Change
Kids learn that change is a critical part of life. They cannot create who they want to be by staying where they are. Only by accepting and embracing change can they move forward in their power. Kids learn the three steps for managing change and learn that handling change builds powerful self-confidence as they learn how to handle anything that comes their way.

Unstoppable Self Confidence

Believing in Yourself & Busting through Fear




Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.
Albert Einstein



Whether or not children believe in themselves will shape who they are and what they create in their lives – do they go for it in life or do they sit on the sidelines? Kids often believe they have to feel confident before they do something new; however, exactly the opposite is true. The fear doesn’t go away and the confidence doesn’t come until after they take action. In this program kids learn how to believe in themselves, even when there is no evidence that they will be successful!
Duration:

8 x 1 hour lessons
USD 200 - Small Group (Min 3 kids) or
USD 400 - One-to-One
Payment Plan Available
Learning Outcomes

  • Understand that self confidence is a skill that can be developed
  • Why respect for others and self respect is so important
  • Understanding how to build strong neural pathways for confidence
  • A five step process for moving through fear and creating courage
  • How to break through conditional thinking that can holds kids back.
  • Develop positive self talk to solidify a positive concept of self
  • How to power shift and feel empowered not defeated
  • Self coaching process to handle the day-to-day ups and downs



Lesson 1 – What is self-confidence
Self-confidence is a skill that can be developed - kids learn to understand the power and the impact of an “I can” belief system.


Lesson 2 – How Your Mind Shapes Your World
What kids accomplish in life is shaped by what kids believe about themselves - both on the conscious and subconscious level. When kids learn how to uncover negative beliefs and then shift them to supportive beliefs they become empowered to handle disappointments without giving up on themselves.


Lesson 3 – Power of Possibility
Belief systems shape what kids see as possible for their lives. Kids who don’t believe in themselves or who don’t think their dreams are possible will live in excuses and develop an “I can’t attitude”. Learning how to develop a belief system based on possibilities will help kids bust outside of their comfort zone, create courage, and go for it! 


Lesson 4 – Neural Pathways and Managing Fear
Learning how to move through anxiety and fear helps kids learn how to believe in themselves when facing something new. Kids discover that anxiety is a natural response to doing something new because their brain hasn’t developed neural pathways about the new experience. Kids learn the three common thought patterns that create fear and a five-step process for moving through that fear and creating courage.


Lesson 5 – Conditional Thinking
Kids learn how conditional thinking can kill their confidence. Kids often think that certain things must be in place before they can do something. For example, “If I were taller then I’d try out for the basketball team.” This “if…then” thinking is called conditional thinking and it destroys dreams. In this lesson kids learn that conditional thinking steals their power as they become a victim of their circumstances and limiting beliefs. They learn how to break through conditional thinking and go for their dreams.


Lesson 6 – Self-talk
Children’s thoughts about themselves create the way they experience themselves and their world. Every time they think about themselves – either in the positive or in the negative – neural pathways are created which establish their beliefs about themselves. Kids learn that what they say to themselves is more important than what anyone else says to them. Kids can use the power of positive self-talk to create positive beliefs about themselves and strong self-confidence.


Lesson 7 – Power Shifting
When things don’t go their way, kids often get down on themselves which devastates self-confidence. A powerful skill for kids to learn is how to separate their results from “who they are”. We call this power shifting (often referred to as reframing).


Lesson 8 – Self Coaching
Kids learn how to keep on track through self-coaching – which is a process of “checking in” on their progress towards a goal and shifting when needed. This promotes accountability to themselves instead of relying on someone else to “monitor” them. When they self-coach by asking 3 key questions, they develop true mastery because they take 100%responsibility for their lives.  

Building My Inner Power

Making Good Decisions and Standing Up to Peer Pressure




If you are always trying to be normal, you will never know how amazing you can be.
Maya Angelou



Peer pressure is one of the toughest challenges that children face. To stand up to peer pressure, kids must first decide who they are and what they stand for. Second they must choose what they want for themselves before they are in a tough situation. And finally kids must learn how to say “no” to their peers and “yes” to themselves. This program helps to develop 4 key values of self-leaders – self-responsibility, integrity, respect, and self-respect.
Duration:

5 x 1 hour lessons
Next program starts Friday, 3rd June
USD 125 - Small Group (Min 3 kids) or
USD 250 - One-to-One
25% Discount using coupon: LAUNCH
Payment Plan Available
Learning Outcomes

  • taking full responsibility gives kids power & control
  • Integrity has tremendous value and builds strength and ability to make good decisions
  • Choosing to respect others and themselves builds powerful self esteem
  • Knowing their values, beliefs and what they stand for help kids stay focused on their goals and stand against peer pressure
  • Know what they stand for, choose what they want for themselves, and learn how to say “no” to peers and “yes” to themselves in life.



Lesson 1 – The Power of Self-responsibility
Kids learn that when they take 100% responsibility for their lives it gives them their ultimate power. They get to choose who they want to be, what they want to think, how they choose to feel, how they choose to act, and what they want to create - it is their choice. Kids learn to be “the boss of me”.


Lesson 2 – Living in Integrity
Integrity means doing the right thing, even when no one else is looking. When kids live their lives with integrity they learn to trust themselves and others can trust them too. This leads to power self-confidence and self-esteem as they learn that their word matters even if they are the only person who hears it.


Lesson 3 – Choosing Respect
Kids learn that every time they are with someone they leave a “mark” depending on how they treat them. Treating others with respect means following the Golden Rule – to treat others as you would want to be treated. They learn that when they use manners and treat others with kindness, they leave “gold hearts” everywhere. They also learn that having self-respect means standing by their values and treating themself with as much kindness, patience, compassion, and understanding that they would with their best friend, favourite teacher, or favourite relative. Choosing self-respect builds powerful self esteem.


Lesson 4 – How to Make Good Decisions
Knowing what they believe about key issues can help children stand against peer pressure and stay focused on their goals. Kids will learn and practice using the tool “Four C’s of Decision Making.”


Lesson 5 – Standing up to peer pressure
We help children to know what they stand for, choose what they want for themselves, and learn how to say “no” to peers and “yes” to themselves which is critical for standing against negative peer pressure. Kids explore different “no” statements and select those for their personal tool kit that work for them.

Making My Dreams

Empowered with Self Leadership Skills




All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them.
Walt Disney



Children will learn that it’s up to them to make their dreams come true. They will learn a three-step process for creating a life of their dreams. They will formulate their vision for their lives, learn how to use goal setting to take action, and learn how to use the Law of Attraction tools of visualisation, affirmations, and gratitude to “program” their mind for success.
Duration:

8 x 1 hour lessons
USD 200 - Small Group (Min 3 kids) or
USD 400 - One-to-One
Payment Plan Available
Learning Outcomes

  • how to develop a belief system based on possibilities
  • how to break through conditional thinking that can hold them back.
  • A three-step process of creating a life they dream about
  • Create a vision for their life, and how to use goal setting towards achieving their vision.
  • Use Law of attraction tools of visualisation, affirmations and gratitude to shape their mind for success



Lesson 1 – Power of Possibility
Belief systems shape what kids see as possible for their lives. Kids who don’t believe in themselves or who don’t think their dreams are possible will whittle down their dreams to fit their current circumstances. Learning how to develop a belief system based on possibilities will help kids bust outside of their comfort zone, create courage, and go for it in life - even when there is no evidence that they will be successful. We help kids learn that they achieve what they believe!


Lesson 2 – Conditional Thinking
Kids often think that certain things must be in place before they can do something. For example, “If I were taller then I try out for the basketball team.” This “if…then” thinking is called conditional thinking and it destroys dreams. In this lesson kids learn that conditional thinking steals their power as they become a victim of their circumstances and limiting beliefs. They learn how to break through conditional thinking and go for their dreams.


Lesson 3 – Create Your Vision
Children learn the importance of setting a vision for their lives so they don’t drift through life. They learn the importance of dreaming big and to not let circumstances determine what they want in life. In this lesson they will create their personal vision board. 


Lesson 4 – Goal Setting
Children learn that making their dreams come true involves much more than a vision board – they must take action as well. They learn how to break their goals into tasks and how to track their progress using both a list method and a calendar method. Children learn how to handle disappointment if they don’t reach their goal and how to celebrate success and enjoy their journey along the way. Kids learn that when they plan their goals they plan their success.


Lesson 5 – Law of Attraction
Children are introduced to the power of the Law of Attraction and how “what we think about we bring about.” Children learn about the benefits of positive thinking and positive energy and are introduced to the tools of visualisation, affirmations, and gratitude to “train their brain” for success.


Lesson 6 – RAS and Visualisation
Kids learn that visualisation is the process of imagining themself in the future having already achieved their goal. Scientific research has proven that the mind cannot tell the difference between an experience imagined and an experience that is real. When visualisation is practiced, neural pathways are strengthened and their mind is prepared to succeed. Visualisation is a very powerful skill for helping kids manage change, move through fear, and pick themselves up after facing a disappointment or failure. Also kids learn about their RAS (Reticular Activating System) and how to use it, in conjunction with visualisation, to help them achieve their goals.


Lesson 7 – Affirmations
Affirmations are positive statements kids can make about what they want. Affirmations are very powerful tools for “programming” both the conscious mind and subconscious mind to achieve goals and can also be used to “reprogram” negative belief systems. While visualisation creates neural pathways and stimulates their RAS using visual input, affirmations do the same thing using audio input. When used together, visualisation and affirmations prepare kids to create magic in their lives!


Lesson 8 – Gratitude
Children learn the power of gratitude! Gratitude is a positive feeling or emotion kids feel when they acknowledge the things they are thankful for, grateful for, and appreciate in their life. Gratitude is a powerful tool for shifting moods and creating happiness. In fact, research has shown that people who develop a daily practice of gratitude live happier lives!