Raise your children’s emotional intelligence, confidence and overall wellbeing.
Help children identify how their thoughts and mindset can impact their learning.
Learn key life skills: developing a growth mindset, bouncing back, resilience and learning from mistakes.
Specifically designed for parent and child participation: guides you and your child(ren) through videos and fun activities and life-changing discussions to learn essential life skills and tools together.
Distilled the very best findings, practices and proven techniques, to create an engaging, entertaining, informative and family life-changing course.
Please note – it may take up to 24 hours for your course login to be provided after purchase.
Our Family Course is presented as a series of short ‘episodes’ that take around 15 to 20 minutes to complete. This structure allows children to stay engaged with the content and be able to schedule this in a busy family life.
The course has been specifically designed for parent and child participation. No jargon, no over-complex science-based research reports and lots of fun videos, activities and really important family discussions about how to apply the life skills in your daily lives.
We advise scheduling your course sessions at regular times so that the time is set aside. Between sessions, you will have time to practice the learnings in real-time, day to day and can discuss together the positive impact that the topic is having on the family and each of you as individuals.
For over ten years now, since psychologist Carole Dweck carried out her pioneering research looking at how children are affected differently by praise, the term Growth Mindset has been taking hold in parenting circles. And for a good reason too… when we are born, we have a 100% growth mindset, which we need to help us learn to chew, to eat, to get up when we fall – and of course to believe we can be or become anything. But that mindset soon changes, and by the age of 10, we only have 20% of it left, with 80% being fixed. So what is the difference between the two, and what can we learn to help us live happier, more confident lives?