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Want your teen to have more laughter and connection with other teens and less time feeling awkward and different?

Check out my new teen training program, Sidekick to Hero.

S2H is full of short training videos that teens love because they use humor, memes, and music to clearly explain the science behind powerful mindset skills.

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The whole program is also GAMIFIED, meaning teens earn XP and coins for every video they watch, livestream they attend, and challenge they finish.

 

They use their XP and coins to customize their avatar and increase their chances to win monthly Amazon Gift Cards.

If you don't know what XP is, ask your teen. They know.

I guarantee an immediate increase in confidence if your teen uses S2H for just 5 minutes a day.

Remember how long it took you to figure out confidence? (If you even have, yet??)

You can hope your teen figures it out eventually OR you can give them everything you wish you knew as a teen NOW.

Hear it straight from the teens...

How else can you get your teen to learn mental resilience?

Sure, you could hound your teen to read self-development books. Then when they're done, they can file their taxes. Come on!

The best way to reach teens ages 12-16 is with short, high-energy, YouTube-style videos.

 

My videos/trainings are cliff notes of all the BEST self-development books and gurus, plus gems of my own I’ve learned working with teens for over a decade. 

Get access to loads of courses and a positive community.

S2H has four HERO Arenas with stages for teens to complete that will teach them how to:

  • Identify unhelpful thoughts​​
  • Create powerful mindsets
  • Process and control emotions
  • Strengthen any relationship
  • Improve conversation skills
  • Define their purpose
  • Create motivation
  • and more

 

All for just $20 a month.

It's time your teen stops feeling like a sidekick in their own life and become the person they were meant to be... the hero.

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