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Empowering teens' development into tomorrow's thought leaders and entrepreneurs, and coaching them to become men and women of IMPACT, who can change the world.

Teen Catalyst Ken Eash

    • Kids & Family

Empowering teens' development into tomorrow's thought leaders and entrepreneurs, and coaching them to become men and women of IMPACT, who can change the world.

    Flip the Switch to Positivity

    Flip the Switch to Positivity

    We don’t always listen to our own self-talk. We tend to tune ourselves out, figuring it’s all the “same old same old.” After a while, we might not be hearing it anymore. This becomes a real problem when the self-talk turns negative.
    Negative self-talk is what holds us back. It keeps us from accomplishing the things we could and can affect our health if it goes on long enough. On the other hand, positive self-talk is what gets us where we want to go. It boosts us when we need a jolt to set us into motion. It inspires and enables us to get to where we want to go.
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    • 12 min
    The Law of Awareness - with David Vargas

    The Law of Awareness - with David Vargas

    This episode comes from a chat I had with David Vargas on the Law of Awareness, from the book 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth, by John C Maxwell.
    Check out the original video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFzG2LRBqXg (here).

    • 16 min
    Build a Life You LOVE

    Build a Life You LOVE

    No matter where you're starting from, or what you've experienced, or what you've been programmed to believe, you DO have what it it takes to build a life you LOVE living.

    • 7 min
    Homeschooling question for Amy Dingman

    Homeschooling question for Amy Dingman

    I sent a homeschooling question to Amy Dingman, from A Farmish Kind of Life podcast and website. Amy has lots of years of homeschooling experience, having homeschooled several of her own children.
    The question I asked is, where parents start who are new to homeschooling and want to maintain the necessary studies, while also giving their teens what they need to keep their mind activated and interested in what they are learning.
    Where is the dividing line between letting them jump from topic to topic exploring everything that happens to capture their attention, and keeping them focused and moving forward on the things that will help them create a life they actually enjoy living?

    • 7 min
    What do you want?? Design your life to get it!

    What do you want?? Design your life to get it!

    There's 8 elements of life to consider when creating a life you LOVE.
    Love and family relationships
    Hobbies and activities
    Intellectual and cultural pursuits
    Join me as we talk through these 8 areas of life.
    If you missed it, I'm giving away a free 1-hour coaching session (for teens) to the first 5 people who send an email to coach@teencatalyst.com with the subject line "8 Elements Free". Write a short paragraph about why you want coaching, and the possibilities you imagine for yourself over the next year.

    • 15 min
    5 Traits of an Extremely Fulfilled Life

    5 Traits of an Extremely Fulfilled Life

    Watch the original video https://youtu.be/uuNvgiMyCuM (here).
    Everyone wants to live a happy, fulfilled life, right? It’s a no brainer! Look around you and notice the happy people who seem to roll with the punches. No matter what life throws at them, they find contentment and meaning wherever they are.
    So how do they do it? What do extremely fulfilled people do that you’re not doing? Here are some suggestions.
    1 They know themselves
    People who are content and fulfilled have a good idea of their strengths and weaknesses. They don’t berate themselves for not being perfect, but they focus on what they do well and work on the things they could improve.
    A good team needs people with different strengths and talents. If you’re an extrovert who loves people and organizing, you’ll excel at arranging functions, events, and conference. If you’re more analyst or a researcher, your strength is probably preparing reports or explaining data.
    2 They stay connected
    Humans have a natural inclination to connect. Millions of years ago, survival depended on being committed to the group. People who are content and fulfilled in their lives tend to maintain healthy social networks. They stay connected to friends and family. They prioritize spending time with the people they love and have lots of support to rely on when things get tough.
    3 They believe in themselves
    People who go about their lives or are dissatisfied tend to have low self-esteem. They don’t expect things to go well for them and they stay in their unhappiness. Fulfilled people, on the other hand, have solid self-esteem and quiet inner confidence that life is pretty good. Confident people tend to have more friends and are more successful generally. Confidence sets up a positive circle that breeds more success, more happiness, and more confidence.
    4 They are grateful
    A big difference people between who are content and people who are a Negative Nancy is that the happy people are grateful. Not just for their success but for everything in their lives. No matter what else is going on, fulfilled people can always find something to be grateful for.
    Gratitude is an excellent habit to cultivate. The more you focus on the good things in your life, the more good things there will be. Gratitude is energizing and positive and generates its own momentum.
    5 They have a purpose
    People who are happy and fulfilled don’t just wait around for good things to happen to them. They have a purpose in life that is aligned with their values, and they just go for it. Extremely fulfilled people focus on doing what they feel they were made to do, what brings them satisfaction at the end of the day, and what makes a positive contribution to the world.

    • 11 min

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