The Passion Test 4 Kids & Teens™
Why is helping kids identify their passions so important?
Most people never take the time to figure out what it is they enjoy and the skills at which they excel. Kids often worry about being accepted for who they are and as they go through school they are faced with many opportunities and decisions to make.
A Harris Interactive study showed that only 20% of American workers are passionate about what they do. That means 80% are unhappy, unsatisfied and unfulfilled! Imagine what it would mean to our society if these statistics were reversed.
When students are passionate about what they’re doing, they become centered, their academic achievement soars to new levels and the ‘fire within’ begins to burn. As they learn how to make life exciting and purposeful, they begin to truly appreciate who they already are, and start to envision themselves creating their own best life.
As kids grow older they have many choices to make that will affect their futures and that’s why this program was developed – to turn those Passion statistics upside down and assist kids in following their path to a fulfilling life!!
By taking the Passion Test 4 Kids and Teens™, your kids will:
- Discover their unique gifts and talents
- Get really clear on their purpose and top passions
- Make choices that keep them aligned with their passions
- Communicate with clarity and composure
- Feel more confident and self-empowered – their voice COUNTS!
- Take charge of their destiny and build self-esteem
- Identify and remove limiting beliefs and thoughts that cause them to feel bad
- Use simple tools to live empowered lives!
- Improve comprehension with Accelerated Learning techniques that are fun and energizing
Here’s what an educator said about the Passion Test 4 Kids workshops:
“Recently, my students participated in an afternoon where they learned about the Passion Test and discovered their number one passion. The experience allowed me to learn more about my students and see the variety of passions that exist in our classroom. It was a neat experience and I think that most students enjoyed the afternoon. I think it’s a good idea for students to live this type of experience in order to better understand themselves and follow their dreams in life.” – Karen, grade 5 teacher