Start School Right in 2013 { Monthly Free Homeschool Workshop }

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Before I share our 1st free workshop of 2013, you can win 1 of 3 books from my Raising Leaders, Not Followers program! how to homeschool my child

This year I hope to offer you a free homeschool workshop each & every month of 2013.  All you have to do to enter to win is post a comment sharing a topic you would like me to cover in one of our workshops or a speaker you’d like me to interview.

It’s really that simple to enter our contest.

NOW….to help you Start School Right in 2013

I am hosting a live online workshop NEXT Tuesday, January 22, 2013
and YOU are invited. It’s complimentary for all my readers.

How’s that for a deal!

Start School Right in 2013 Online Workshop
Tuesday, Jan 22, 2103
6pm Pacific | 7pm Mountain | 8pm Central | 9pm Eastern

On this exciting free event, using the latest online technology, I’ll reveal tips & strategies to give your kids a superior education where they will learn how to think critically & Biblically . . . for life.

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I’ll be sharing tips that you can take and use IMMEDIATELY after the workshop!

BUT, most importantly…I will reveal how you can use a love of learning, mentoring and classics to train your kids to become leaders of tomorrow – Godly leaders who will change the world!

Plus not only will you be able to HEAR me, but you’ll also SEE and WATCH it happening in real time on your computer screen, complete with real life examples!

In case you may be wondering why you should join me on my ” Start School Right” online workshop Tuesday night, let me assure you it is simply a complimentary class that you watch on your computer ….at no cost to you!

Your children deserve more, so take it a step further this year and give them the ability to lead others well and make wise decisions as a mom/dad, husband/wife, employee, entrepreneur, church member, or neighbor

I have only 300 spots for this event. So it’s a SURE BET this workshop will FILL completely.  Reserve your seat here:

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  1. I would like the topic of special needs children and how to help them achieve and feel good about themselves and help them to be self sufficient .

    1. Robyn,
      Thanks for the suggestion. Is there anyone you follow that deals with this topic? I’ll start looking, too

    2. I just got back from the Downs Syndrome Assn. ribbon cutting. Their group has grown from 5 to 68 members since 2003. Special needs children & parents need our support. I’ll be looking for the right person to speak on this topic.

  2. I would like to see something about kids that want to apprentice or start a career of their own right after graduation in place of college or delaying college.

    1. Diane,
      I love that topic. I had hoped one of my kids would do this, but they all opted for college. Although my daughter didn’t start college until Jan after finishing in May. She apprenticed with an event coordinator for a year or two after high school graduation

  3. We are completely new to Leadership Education. Just starting homeschooling my 12 year old who has been in Montessori all her life so she has a lot of the love of learning which is great. I am thinking I will backtrack a little and get her reading some of the younger stories with strong moral guidance before I head into the heavier education, Jane Eye, Shakespeare etc. I guess my question is am I doing that right, is that the best idea when changing “school types”? So excited about the online workshop next week. yayyyyy

    1. First of all, congratulations on homeschooling. As a public school teacher, I was not fond of Montessori. Since homeschooling, I have a different attitude towards it. I think it’s a great alternative. Where you start really depends on your child. If you think reading stories with moral guidance fits well where your child at this time, I think you are on the right track. After you watch the workshop, let me know if you still have questions. I am happy to dialogue about what you need. Also, we’ll have a Q&A at the end of the workshop for you to ask your questions.

  4. I’d LOVE to hear someone talk about tackling “heart” issues in tween kids — like 8-12 year olds — and bad attitude habits. It seems that anything I read about this deals with this focuses on shaping little teeny ones’ hearts, not breaking bad habits from kids {like my big guy} who picked up some attitude in daycare and school before we pulled him out to homeschool, and now spreads the poison so lovingly to his little siblings. 😉

    1. Isn’t this a big need for most of us. Plus, we want to tackle the heart issue before those teen years 🙂 Definitely going on my workshop list for this year

    1. What a huge topic of interest…I had to deal with this in my own family. I might pull some ideas together for a workshop on literature…or get a literature friend of mine

  5. Maybe some free or inexpensive ways to accurate assess your child’s progress so you know if they have learned what they need for the grade they are doing.

    1. I completely understand your desire to assess your child’s progress. I hope you can be on Tuesday’s workshop because I’ll address this issue towards the end of our time together. This might also need to be a workshop all on its’ own.

  6. My stuggle right now is how to keep a WHOLE houseful of ADD people on track when I am low energy and love organization!! I know that God makes everyone different, but when you are the one that feels like you like in “a mighty” whirlwind” :0) It can be very frustrating. THANKS

  7. I would like to learn more about scheduling and how to home school different ages while juggling preschoolers.

    1. I completely understand. I would read a page to my son and ask him what it was about. He would look at me and say, “I don’t remember”. If you have suggestions on a speaker, please let me know.

  8. I struggle with time management. I have a preschooler and a 7month old. Between house cleaning, activities, and nursing a baby, I feel that preschool had been put on the back burner….

  9. I would love to hear a discussion on determining if a child has a learning difficulty or if our homeschooling issues are heart issues. Thanks so much, I’m looking forward to tonight’s seminar!

    1. Kellie,
      You certainly aren’t alone on dealing with heart issues. Thank goodness we have the Lord to do the hard work on our kids’ heart. Now…. if I could just trust & relax that He is really working in my kids lives 🙂 If you have any suggestions on someone to speak on learning difficulties, please let me know. I definitely want to cover that topic.

  10. I have been praying that The Lord would bless all of my children with a special skill, and/or hobby that they can do from home. That way if they ( all girl’s ) want to stay home and raise their children and homeschool, they will still be able to help financially. A workshop on working from home, or starting a family business, ideas for working at home, home businesses for teens. The world wide web is full of information on this topic, but hearing the advice from a more reliable source would be welcomed and helpful! Thanks…..and God bless!

    1. Tiffany, thanks for the suggestion. I know just the person…my hubby. He used to teach “How to Start Your Own Business…for Families & Teens” I’ll plan a chat or workshop with him in the next few months. We’ve had our own businesses over 25 years (remodeling, business coaching, online businesses, homeschool curriculum).

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