If you are a parent of a tween, teen or somewhere on the way, this is exactly the place for you!
This is the playground for parents who want to raise their kids with intention, strength and joy to come and hear all the discussions, get all the tactics and have lots of laughs along the way!
We will dive into the real challenges in raising kids today and how to show up as parents AND teach your kids to show up as members of the family and individuals in the world.
My name is Nellie Harden. Big city girl turned small town, front porch, iced tea sippin’ momma who loves igniting transformation in the hearts and minds of families by helping them build Self-Led Discipline™ and Leadership to elevate the family experience and set the kids up with a rock solid foundation they can launch their life on all before they even leave home!
What if we cared just as much, if not more, about their mental state when they left the house than their physical state?
What if they are leaving to play a sport, spend time with friends or even drive when their mental state is not in a good place.
What can we do and how do we do it?
That is what today’s short podcast is all about so they never leave home thinking in a way that doesn’t serve them and those around them!
It is so easy to just look at them now with our kids. What is happening today? This week? But, what happens when we have the whole picture from the beginning? Elaine Mayson is a successful woman in every way and especially in being a mom. Listen and she shares her wisdom on what she and her husband, Scott, did during the 6570 and how it has come to fruition now that they are 23 and 25 years old...
The world is messy. I think we can all agree to that, but how can we present the world to our kids without having them leave the table with doom and gloom swarming their minds? This is a must listen to episode to help us navigate our family discussions and prepare our future leaders in what is needed in order to effectively contribute to challenges our world faces.
“Set Your Kids Up For Success” is a great tagline, but what does it actually mean? What does it look like and what should you avoid? There are 3 big NO’s and 1 big YES to accomplishing this task that I go over in today’s episode and a new tool available for you to use called “Unlock Their Inner Leader” and can be found at www.nellieharden.com/bootcamp !
You are running around in a basic Tasmanian Devil like tornado of laundry, work, kid's taxi service, meal prepping, and helping the neighbor find their lost cat and your kiddo is just sitting there. When you ask them to help with something the bland and unknowing, probably annoyed, face rises from the entertainment at the moment and says... "what?"
Yep. You are not alone. It is happening in nearly every home.
Let me ask.....
Professors are experts before they teach something. They go to school, get degrees and graduate in order to teach, but in parenthood, we have to teach as we are still learning.
What are the 2 keys to doing this?
Listen to this episode to uncover these two keys and how your own “quirks” like self-doubt, self-consciousness, anxiety, lack of patience, etc. can be stopped in their tracks so the trait doesn’t have to get passed onto the next generation...
When you are in a sport and trying to get better do you need a friend there just telling you, "good job!"? or do you need someone to guide you, refine you, protect your interests and challenge you to give birth to your unique passions, abilities, and gifts?
In this episode, we will discuss these 4 parenting pathways that come before friendship. Not instead of, but before, and why each one is imperative to your 6570 experience and their lives of self-led leadership afterward.
I saw this sign... "People say all the time, 'I'd die for my children.' Okay, but would you live for them!? Actually live. Make better choices. Take better care of yourself physically and mentally. Your kids don't need you to die for them. They need you to LIVE for them!" and it made me pause.
In the work that we do at The 6570, we are helping families build their family experience and the foundation for their child's future for generations to come and that takes intention and clarity...
In this episode, Nellie and Angela discuss how growing up surrounded by different levels and flavors of leadership affected her personal path in her life and how her own story affected her parenting decisions and journey...
Our future leaders are falling asleep in the herd today and the practice of critical thinking, at a time we need it most, is being lost. Definitions are being blurred and confusion is on the rise. How can we recognize this in our kids and what can we do about it?