Be Aware: Alcohol, Substance & Safety Awareness

An effective, solution-focused approach that concentrates on the elimination of health risk factors (i.e. alcohol & substance abuse) and safety issues (i.e. texting & impaired driving). Educates and empowers students to make better decisions.

Character is a Choice

There’s an old Native American story that says, “Inside every person is a good dog and bad dog, and yet both cannot survive. Which one lives? The one you feed.” While we can't choose some things in life, we can choose our character...every day!

We R.E.A.D.

According to recent research, 20% of high school seniors will not be able to read their diploma. This is a high-energy assembly with a high-impact result, excellent for literacy emphasis and a “Read Across America"
Day program.

Time to Take the Test

Out of 65 countries, America's report card is: Math - #30, reading - #14, Science - #20. It is crucial for students to be fully prepared for your state's test. This program is focused on helping them develop test-taking preparatory and proficiency skills.

Oh Behavior Management

Why do kids misbehave? According to research, there are 8 legitimate reasons why. This research-validated presentation will help educators and parents examine and identify strategies that make classroom & home behaviors more manageable.

911 Family Time

There are 8760 total hours in a year. Research suggests that with our busy lifestyles, only 23 minutes are left in each day for family time! This family/parent program focuses on 6 crucial areas that turn quantity time into quality time.

C.P.R. (not the medical term)

Gallop Poll and Maritz Research found that about 90% of Americans were unhappy with their lives. In 35 years of experience and research, we have identified three
non-negotiable resolutions; Character, Passion, Relationships.

Body & the Brain

Research suggest the least effective way to teach is lecture. However, studies also suggest that 95% of teachers lecture. This professional development will focus on all five senses; sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch – sure to define, develop and inspire!

Follow the Leadership

Aristotle said, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” To be appropriate leaders, or develop those who will lead, we must recognize and reinforce the 10 habits that are characteristic of sound leadership.

Desires of your Heart

Psalm 20:4 says, “May God give you the desires of your heart.” Entertaining, engaging, family-oriented, hilarious, thought-provoking and inspiring are some of the comments we hear about this presentation.