I create books, films, webseries, and programs for youth.
The purpose of this site is to help anyone who is interested in reaching youth throughout the US in an empowering and impactful way. It is also to assist me in staying connected to the young people that I’ve already reached along the way.
Youth of today are dealing with molly & other drug overdoses, gang violence, girl fights, apathy and a lack of confidence in believing that their lives can be extraordinary.
Many have said that the youth are lost, but it is my belief that new tools are needed to reach this generation of young people.
This site will provide tools to help you in your work to connect with youth–targeting ages 12 – 18. These tools are for those who will not give up on our youth. If you believe it is your work to reach the unreachable, to encourage the un-encourageable, then this site is for you.
Reaching youth is hard work. It requires dedication, patience and passion. This site is designed for people who want to try something new to help youth in areas in which they suffer. If you are a person that already connects with youth, but wants to do more, this site will likely be a great resource for you.
The main themes of this site are:
Empowerment: Making lifestyle changes to shape your life.
Problem Solving: Getting beyond the obstacles.
Courage: Having faith in yourself
Education: Learning and doing what it takes to learn new things that will help.
Love: Loving yourself enough to know that you deserve the best.
Alliance: Connecting with people who want to help you reach your goals.
Responsibility: Putting the power of your life in your own hands.
Helpful tools from this site were created to deal with issues such as: Youth and Gang Violence, Self-Esteem, Drug Abuse, Sexual Abuse, Teen Suicide, LGBT discrimination and much more.
Where do you start? Click on the links below.
1. Unique Content for Youth – This is a short article that explains why new, unique content is helpful to the youth of today.
2. Better Habits – The Better Habits section of this site has numerous posts on how to create better habits for everyone. Whether its setting goals, meeting deadlines, or changing negative thinking–this section gives information that is topical in motivating, encouraging and helping to get youth in the right frame of mind.
3. Say It Ain’t So – The Say It Ain’t So section deals with real life issues that young people are facing on a daily basis. These topics will provide talking points and ice-breakers to discuss the hard facing issues.
4. Products – The products page has a listing, perhaps a video, and even an excerpt of various products that can be used to deal with a variety of topics. Some of the products are free–like our series on Teen Suicide prevention.