My favorite lessons were on passion and purpose. It really made me look at my life right now & ask myself am I really living the way I want to. I had to ask myself if the things I am doing right now are the things I want to really do.
I knew it was perfect program when my daughter was already set up each Sunday night without having to be reminded! This program was something she wanted & looked forward too!
what I have to offer the world
“The course made me think more about my gifts and what I have to offer the world. I actually realized “hey I’m kinda good at that…..” whatever it might be.”
My daughter has really used the nutrition tips. I think the first week where she had to write down her core values really made her take a good look at her beliefs & what’s important to her. She talked to us a lot about accountability too – I think it opened her eyes some to the fact that now is the time to really start becoming accountable for herself & the choices she makes. She even said I’ve got to start believing in myself & stop thinking that well if this goes wrong – mama & daddy can fix it!
Initially, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. It was much more!
The teenage years are a tough road to travel and I think it is important for girls to support each other and learn how to be strong and confident on their journey. As her mom, I can work on building her up but often I feel teenage girls listen better to someone other than mom. That additional positive influence and reinforcement are what interested me in your program.
“My favorite part of the mentorship program was the accountability partners and the core values because I thought they were very helpful and I still think about my core values. I also like the circle of influence because I have never thought about that before.”
Discovering my Identity
I loved the exercise of discovering my identity… I learned I’m confident, independent and wild. which I guess I already knew but I have never really thought about it and wrote it down.
I am stronger
I learned that I am stronger than I thought I was and that being positive really benefits me