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  • Give your child the real life advantage of strong communication abilities!

    Children with superior interpersonal skills do better socially, emotionally, and academically.
  • 10 Key Areas For Success!

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  • My students had a great time working through the Professor Peaches curriculum. The class activities were fun and engaging while simultaneously teaching invaluable lifelong skills. Students experienced significant personal development and growth!

    — James, 4th Grade Teacher
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  • Children Achieving Their Dreams

    • Communication is a skill that you can learn. It’s like riding a bicycle or typing. If you are willing to work at it you can rapidly improve the quality of every part of your life.

      Brian Tracy
    • People think actresses find public speaking easy and it’s not easy at all; we’re used to hiding behind masks.

      Jane Fonda
    • If you just communicate you can get by. But if you skillfully communicate you can work miracles.

      Jim Rohn
    • The way we communicate with others and with ourselves ultimately determines the quality of our lives.

      Tony Robbins
    • Communication works for those who work at it.

      John Powell
    • The human brain starts working the moment you are born and never stops until you stand up to speak in public.

      George Jessel
    • Communication leads to community, that is, to understanding, intimacy and mutual valuing.

      Rollo May
  • These are some common mistakes that we fix! Does your child do any of these?

    • Eye contact (e.g., avoids eye contact, too much eye contact)
    • Rate of speech (e.g., speaks too quickly or too slowly)
    • Volume of speech (e.g., speaks too softly or too loudly)
    • Tone of voice (e.g., monotone, too much emotion)
    • Body language (e.g., constantly moving; stays completely still)
    • Physical presence (e.g., overly confident; exudes no confidence)
    • Laughing (e.g., laughs often when speaks or when others speak)
    • Avoidance (e.g. does not go or tries very hard not to attend certain social situations such as school, parties, or other interpersonal situations)
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