My first real exposure to personal development was when I stumbled across “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill back in high school.
That book got me into personal development and business, and if I was stranded on a desert island and could only bring one book, that one could be it.
But a few years back, I posted a picture on Facebook of my son holding that book and someone had an issue with it.
Her argument was that kids shouldn’t get into personal development at too early of an age, which is a strange position to take.
If given the choice between my kid consuming some of the junk out there nowadays on YouTube or social media, or doing personal development, I know what my vote is for.
The earlier kids get into personal development the better – I’ve often said that “Think and Grow Rich” should be given to every kid in school …
Anyways, I came across someone who has an organization called “Adventures in Wisdom” that’s all about life coaching kids.
Her name is Renaye Thornborrow, and her coaches around the world work with children between the ages 6-12.
It’s an interesting niche, and if you’re interested in doing that kind of coaching you should check out the live training that Renaye is hosting next Thursday, April 8th at 1 pm.
You’ll also get an ICF credit for attending – register here: