Free Summit – Unlocking your child’s potential

The end of another school year is on the horizon. As you reflect on how it went, you may find yourself thinking about the struggles your child faced … and wondering why they occurred, and what you might have done differently to help him or her overcome them.
Whether he struggled socially or academically, you’re worried, right? You aren’t sure how to break through to him, and you’re afraid he might fall behind.
Bottom line: you know you can’t watch him deal with another distressing disagreement, or open another upsetting report card.
Something has to change.
Fortunately, my friend and colleague Alan Vasquez, Academic Life Coach, is passionate about empowering students of all ages with the emotional skills to overcome challenges in school. He’s offering a complimentary online summit, Unlock Your Child’s Potential: Empower Your Student with Emotional Intelligence & Self-Confidence to Overcome Academic and Life Challenges, and you’re invited to attend!
It starts April 14, and you can reserve your spot here:
When you go to the link above and sign up to join us, you’ll see that this summit brings together over 21 experts-including positive parenting experts and coaches, psychologists, emotional intelligence and leadership experts, educators, authors and inspirational speakers, and life and self-confidence coaches-to share our advice about how you can finally connect with your child and positively affect his self-esteem and his academic performance.
The promise: you’ll walk away from this complimentary online event with more tools and takeaways than you could imagine!
You will:
  •      Create peace in your mind and your life about how you’re positively affecting the emotional well-being of your children, so they’re equipped to handle the challenges they face in school and in life, now and as adults.
  •      Discover the secret to inspiring your child in school, so she looks forward to going, WANTS to work hard, and sees the results (and you don’t have to work so hard to keep her feeling positive)!
  •      Know how to raise confident, independent, and emotionally-intelligent children who thrive even in challenging situations.
  •      Develop your own emotional intelligence and self-confidence, so you have the tools and skills to guide your child (and yourself) through challenges.
  •      And more.
In short, you’ll discover, in one place, all the tools and strategies you need to truly support your child’s emotional well-being, which is vital to success in school and life.
Alan is the perfect person to host this summit. Not only does he specialize in providing academic and emotional support to students, but he also struggled with low self-esteem and self-confidence growing up. Without anyone to turn to for emotional support, he always felt like he wasn’t good enough. As an adult, he realizes the important role emotional intelligence plays in lifelong success.
Now, he’s brought together this amazing panel of experts to give YOU the tools you need to best support your student’s emotional growth, because as you know, your child’s well-being starts with you!
Here’s that link again, where you can reserve your spot on Unlock Your Child’s Potential:
As a Therapist, Educator and Positive Living Expert, Diane has dedicated her career to helping people turn their lives around and is now on a mission to help them develop a sustainable positive attitude that can actually turn one into an optimist, literally.
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About Finding your happiness

Diane Lang is a Therapist, educator, author and life coach. Diane has two books: Baby steps the path from motherhood to Career and Creating balance & finding happiness. Diane works as a Therapist and also is an adjunct at Montclair State University. This blog will help educate and empower you to live your best life! For more information please visit her website: www.dlcounseling.com
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