What's wrong with your child? I'm serious. What do you wish you could change about them?
Are they too loud or too quiet, too hyperactive or too sedentary, too organized or too messy? You get the idea.
So, what should you do? Most parents think that they should find and fix their child’s weaknesses. Unfortunately, this just leads to frustration and failure.
Your child’s weaknesses are actually the best clue to their strengths. Furthermore, building on their strengths, not fixing their weaknesses, is the best strategy.
This presentation will show you how to help your kids become more of who they are, not turn them into someone else.
It's about encouraging them to be more different and more unique, not more average and more mediocre.
While enjoying a light breakfast and a FREE copy of David's book, Freak Factor, you will:
Discover your child's distinctive strengths and weaknesses
Frame their unique characteristics in a positive way
Find or create situations that highlight their strengths
Check in from 8:30am - 9:00am
Event from 9:00am - 10:30am
A fundraising event benefitting Tahoe's Connection for Families
* TCF sends a special thank you to Steve Russell at Wells Fargo Private Bank and Chase for being event sponsors!
"What makes us weird also makes us wonderful.
What makes us weak also makes us strong.”
More about David Rendall
Before becoming a professional speaker, David Rendall was a leadership professor, stand-up comedian, and manager for nonprofits that provided employment for people with disabilities. David has a doctor of management degree in organizational leadership and is the thought leader on harnessing weaknesses to leverage the unique potential of individuals and organizations. He has spoken to audiences on every inhabited continent with clients such as the United States Air Force and the Australian Government, as well as companies in the Fortune 500 like AT&T, State Farm, Ralph Lauren and GlaxoSmithKline. As a freak, David also uses his hyperactivity to compete in marathons, ultramarathons, and triathlons. He lives in North Carolina with his wife and three daughters.
Fri Feb. 88:30 am - 10:30 am
8318 North Lake BoulevardKings Beach CA,US 96143