Paul founded the #raisingkids brand with the publication of his first book #raisingkids To Thrive in a Constantly Changing World. Since then, it has grown into a brand of products and services aimed at helping adults and children improve their emotional intelligence, as a way of better preparing them for careers in a constantly changing world.
Talks & Workshops
#raisingkids: Love & Chores
Against a backdrop of constant change and global fears of insecurity and scarcity, parenting has become overwhelming, and often guilt and fear-driven. Based on the book #raisingkids To Thrive in a Constantly Changing World, this talk (60-90 minutes) or workshop (120 minutes) looks at the importance of Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in a constantly changing world and how we can practically grow these skills in our children.
#raisingkids: Build a Business
A workshop (120-180 minutes) for Grade 7-10 learners based on the book #raisingkids To Thrive in a Constantly Changing World. Each learner and their family receive a copy of the book, which will be used in the workshop and beyond. In the workshop, learners use EQ tools and activities to develop a new product, business plan and design a new app. This illustrates the importance of EQ in a constantly changing working world, where people and EQ will be the constants.
#raisingkids: Parenting Journey
Based on the #raisingkids series, we also offer regular on-line talks for adults. These online talks include downloadable information, worksheets, activities and resources for adults looking to grow their children’s emotional intelligence. The #raisingkids Parenting Journey covers topics like, Thoughts, Feelings, Choice and Consequence, Empathy, Bullying, Resilience, Self-Image, Embracing Diversity, Managing Worry, Managing Technology, Friendship.
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