Did you know that according to science our children have an 20% chance of being SUCCESSFUL. We need change now! With a broken compass we look back at more successful methods of parenting and forward at more innovative methods. The most important tool we can give our children to combat today's biggest issues is to teach our children to be successful leaders. According to the longest study on human development of 70,000 children across five generations we need to focus on two areas. Since, these are some of the best-studied people on the planet, and the data has become incredibly valuable for scientists, generating well over 6,000 academic papers and books these two areas are well documented. One finding -- perhaps is the most important discovery to come from this remarkable study and is the core of our foundation. It's about how to use science & ethics to do the best for our children. The study finding are that disadvantaged children (children who are poor or have two working parents) are more likely to struggle in almost every area and the second findings is that parents really matter. In this study, children who had engaged, interested parents, ones who had ambition for their future, were more likely to escape the pitfalls of life. The two core area define our child's future; 50% Parenting and 50% Economics. Our mission is to use ethics & science to help parents, parent SUCCESSFULLY : Significance-Purpose-Coherence; we believe life is more meaningful when we are prepared, when we feel it has a point and when it makes sense. Make sure your child has the life-skills to be prepared to be the leader of tomorrow.
I really enjoyed reading The Lunar Princess: Sugar Plum and Owl by T.S. Cherry. I was hooked by the first page and I couldn't put the book down. The book is really enjoyable to read, because it is exciting, fast paced, and had many likeable characters. - T.S. Cherry
I won this book in a Goodreads First Look giveaway. I was so excited that I won that I decided to buy an ecopy and dig in to this tale. Once I started reading it was hard to put down. It is a really cute book about a princess and her protector the owl. - T.S. Cherry