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Five Helpful Responses to Teen Anxiety and Depression

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn So how do you know if your teen is experiencing genuine symptoms of anxiety or depression, or if they’re simply, well…uh…a teenager. Adolescents have always shown symptoms of moodiness because of the hormone changes taking place, due to the life station they’re in. They can be emotional, withdrawn or even…

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16 Issues Parents Must Balance to Lead Kids Well

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn I’m sure you know someone who started their career with minimal resources and over the years, accumulated wealth. Author Malcolm Gladwell writes about an immigrant who now lives in Southern California. He came to the United States with almost nothing in his pocket and worked hard enough to become one…

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Five Steps to Transform Student Protests into Learning Moments

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn I know high school and college educators who penalized students for participating in the “walkout” on March 14th. I also have teacher-friends who walked out with those students and then discussed the implications of such protests and demonstrations in a civics class. Both of these educators have reasons for their…

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When Leaders Act Like Kids, and Kids Act Like Leaders

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn While on a flight home from California, I watched the movie, “Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri.” It’s an award-winning film about a hurting woman who takes on the local police, who’ve failed to locate the criminal who’s assaulted and murdered her daughter. In the midst of the story, viewers…

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Four Ways to Mentor Young Entrepreneurs

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Did you know that today’s teen leaders and inventors are part of a long line of young entrepreneurs throughout history? Believe it or not, many of the world’s most incredible minds started displaying their brilliance very young, coming up with television, telephones and trampolines, as well as braille, calculators, popsicles and ear muffs—all before their 20th birthdays. So,…

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Six Metaphors for Effective Mentorship: Podcast #56

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn Today I’m excited to share with you a conversation with Andrew McPeak. Andrew is a next gen researcher, speaker, and writer for Growing Leaders. He also is the coauthor of our newest book, Marching Off the Map. Here are some highlights from our conversation. Tim Elmore: Mentorship is one of…

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