Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn FOR TEENS (Online)

It’s never too soon to be implanting values in our children that will be the foundation of their lives as they grow into adults. With so many outside influences that impact our teens, especially with the major role social
media plays in all of our lives, it is important for them to understand their value in this world. Based on the
John Maxwell book, Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn for Teens. Explores topics designed to inspire and challenge teens, to see setbacks as opportunities – to grow, learn, and improve. Features stories about teens and adults who overcame adversity and mistakes, like teenage Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai and Iron Man actor Robert Downey, Jr. This workshop also provides application exercises, journaling opportunities and insights on how teens can overcome some of the stressors facing them today

Location

Online Class
Streamed to your computer


sessions

January 26
Wed 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
30 spots left

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Ellen Bishop Little

Ellen Bishop Little grew up in Bedford, Massachusetts, and moved to the Concord area in 1982. She has four children and five grandchildren.

She was in the direct sales industry for more than 25 years and recently became a member of the John Maxwell Team as a certified coach, trainer, and speaker. John Maxwell is one of the world’s leading authorities on personal and professional growth and development, and the author of 86 books.

Having been widowed twice, Ellen has a desire to share her experience in dealing with the inevitable changes in life, offering empathy and sharing insights and practical applications on moving through our circumstances into a place of growth and even joy. Whether the loss involves the death of a loved one, divorce, loss of a job, aging or unfulfilled dreams.