You’re invited to join me and 24 other speakers on the free online Be Who You Want To Be Youth Summit June 16th to July 1 that I’ll be speaking at.

My topic is Effective Parenting: preparing kids for life success

Whether you’re a parent, a teacher or someone that works directly with youth – you are all probably facing many challenges that plague them and are looking for ways to help them achieve their potential.

You’ll get great guidance, tips and resources from each of the speakers!

What if you could help the children in your lives feel more empowered, have more self-esteem, feel more confident in who they are, help them break through bullying and be all that they can be in life?

You’ll hear from the ‘Top Experts’ in parenting, leadership, youth empowerment, health and wellness and entrepreneurship as they share with you the incredible breakthrough methods they use to help young people fulfil their potential in life and be all they can be.

These methods allow them to guide youth towards a life that is inspiring and meaningful, where they feel appreciated, valued, acknowledged and powerful – all without compromising who they are.

This means that young people can go after what they want in their lives, they are able to express themselves without fear, they are able to share their uniqueness with others – not just be what everyone else wants them to be.

Register here: http://bwywbyouthsummit.com/

Look forward to seeing you at the summit.

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  • I’m sorry to have missed this. Looks like it had lots to offer and I’m sure I would have learnt a lot. Maybe next time, if they have another one


  • Looks like a great idea. I hope it went well.


  • This looks so good its important to allow children to gain some confidence and be able to express themselves when they are younger.

    • I agree – helping children to develop key life skills like being able to express themselves, manage emotions, achieve their dreams will empower them for life


  • Love an update as to how the Summit went. Great opportunities for your youth these days.


  • What a great initiative!


  • this sounds as though it would of been interesting


  • a very interesting read, I think we all forget we were teenagers once


  • Wow what an array of speakers! Looks interesting. We use webinars all the time at work. Good way of keeping in touch without having to physically going anywhere!

    • I know. So much we can learn about parenting and supporting children. We are so lucky to have technology that lets us connect with experts from the comfort of our own homes. Thanks for your comments. Hope to see you at the summit


  • Encouraging children to use their creativity and imagination, and explore what they want to do in life is so important. Helping them to find confidence in themselves are people, and in their abilities to achieve their dreams is one of the greatest gifts that we can give them.

    • I couldn’t agree more and couldn’t have said it better. Thanks for your inspiring vision for children.


  • Interesting summit for those who need it.
    Bit of a bitch here though can you please call children CHILDREN and not KIDS. Kids are baby goats and I do not think you are speaking about animals.
    My topic is Effective Parenting: preparing kids for life success
    should read preparing children for life success.

    • Sorry for upsetting you by using the word “kids” for children. Certainly this was not my intention. The word kids is so commonly used for children nowadays I didn’t even hesitate to use it in the title of my talk.
      Despite this – I hope you can take the time to check it out – there are 25 speakers in all to help parents, teachers and carers support children to “be who they wanna be”


  • What an amazing summit this will be! Thanks for sharing sows can all share in it.


  • An interesting and informative read


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