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The Leadership Game for Teens

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Sometimes You Win Sometimes You Lose for Teens/Kids

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Attitude is everything. In these 4 sessions teens will learn how to develop a growth mindset for success, how their perspective determines their outcomes and how to take small steps towards success.

Turning a Loss into a Win 

60 minute Keynote Presentation

Interactive Sessions (60 minutes)

  1. Losing Doesn’t Make You A Loser
  2. The Spirit of Learning
  3. Progress, Not Perfection

Stand up and Be Counted

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Learn positive attitudes and actions that will help stop bullying and lift others up  

Nearly everyone has been bullied or knows someone they care about who has. Bullying doesn’t benefit anyone – not even the bully. It lowers and demeans the bully – who is strong enough to be a force for good – and it harms the victim who feels powerless and ashamed.

John Maxwell’s lesson Stand Up & Be Counted teaches three ways to deal with bullying in a positive, affirming way: Stand Up – Be confident in your own value, Lift Up – Use your influence to help others and Pick Up – Help others who are being bullied by picking them up.

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Learning To Fail Forward to Success

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 Learn powerful, proven ways to turn failure into success. 

Many of us fear failure so much that we won’t even try something new or challenging unless we are absolutely sure we can succeed. But if you think about it, you’ll realize that anything you are good at now, you once could not do well or at all. We all fail. The question is “What did I learn?”

John Maxwell’s lesson Learning to Fail Forward to Success teaches that failure is the foundation for all success. Understand how to learn from failure, change and grow toward success.

Developing a Positive Self Image

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Few People Are Successful Unless a Lot of People Want Them To Be

We show respect for great leaders, and we have the tendency to assume their accomplishments came about regardless of the assistance they received from others. The truth, however, is that no leader would be great without the support and help of teammates. As a leader, you will never get ahead until your people are behind you.

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Developing a Strong Personal Character

Learn what it takes to develop strong and effective personal character. 

Nothing is more personal than character – the set of values and actions that define who you are and who you want to become. Character decisions are the single most important factor that drives you on to success or dooms you to failure. When you learn to make strong character choices and manage daily decisions in alignment with your values, you can begin moving toward your goals and dreams with confidence.

John Maxwell’s lesson Developing a Strong Personal Character teaches how to choose positive daily decisions that will help you align your actions with your values and learn to achieve lasting personal success.

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