Salem ATA BlogStrong minds, strong bodies
I receive several newsletters by email, and this week I wanted to share one that I really enjoyed because it’s so true. It comes from David Draney, a professional sales trainer & business consultant for some of America’s largest companies. This is from his weekly...
When I think about my long-term goal with teaching life skills to kids, it is this: I want to develop in children an impenetrable, bulletproof self-esteem. I want to create a sense of self-worth that is so strong that they don’t need acceptance by their peers. Of course,
Self-esteem is one of the most important keys in a child’s development – especially in the first five years of life. This characteristic is crucial to their success – from forming friendships,the ability to