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Ways to Self-Manage Stress and Lower Performance Anxiety

Whether you’re a public speaker, an athlete, a performer, or a lover, your fight or flight system is there to help you survive. Your everyday stresses are read by your body in the same way, regardless of whether you are faced with a lion, a physical attack, a policeman giving you a ticket, or a ... Read More

Your Young Explorer’s Secret to Success: YOU

In today’s world, there’s a lot of societal pressure for parents to make the “right” choices when it comes to their child’s education, after-school activities, nutrition, and sports. Yet study after study confirms: the “right” choice is simply being present and involved in your ... Read More

Hardwired to Learn

As discussed in my previous blog post, parents are a powerful influence over child development; YOU can help your child become the best that he can uniquely be. But to do that, first you have to understand how your baby’s brain develops. Your baby’s brain cells The core component of the ... Read More

The Power of Parental Influence

There is a hot debate embroiling researchers and experts from across a variety of fields: the debate over the importance of our early experiences. Just how much do early experiences play a role in determining how some people go on to illustrious success while others languish? How some people seem to ... Read More

Avoid the Summer Slide

Two words can help you prevent learning loss this summer: enrichment and involvement. Academic delay that occurs over the summer is one of the greatest problems confronting teachers each fall. In fact, when your children return to school, they may have experienced such learning loss during the ... Read More