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Let’s Finish this Year Strong with . . .


Your kids are approaching the time to leave the nest,
but will they be ready to think for themselves and make wise decisions?

So, let’s add simple daily activity to encourage your children to make wise decisions and be ready to learn and live independently. I know …

You’re Looking For . . .

Ideas to Help Kids Make Wise Decisions

Raising kids who can make wise decisions can begin at an early age, with simple decisions of what do you want to drink for lunch? But in our homeschool, the older years are the perfect time to hone in on decision making skills.

Critical Thinking Tips & Tricks

You don’t want your child to simply follow the crowd. You want them to think through situations for themselves, in all areas of life. You know you need to give them opportunities think before you share your ideas on the subject.

Confidence to Know Your Kids are Ready to Be On Their Own

You wish you could put on those “future glasses” and see that your kids turn out OK . . . that you’re doing the right activities and doing enough for them. I understand, from my own homeschool years.

And This . . .

As someone who wanted our kids to think critically and Biblically, this was a huge focus for our teen years.

Instead of lacking confidence as your child’s teacher, take a step back to see what will really work to give your kids opportunities now (with you on their side) to think for themselves. You know it will take time, so trust God to give you the wisdom and perseverance to stay consistent in your letting them make decisions that may or may not be your choices. But you are there, journeying with them to guide them along the way.

Let’s face it. You’re here because you’re overwhelmed. You feel stressed out, unsure how your kids will finish their homeschooling years.

Don’t fly by the seat of your pants and feel frustrated. Looks and follow a proven plan.

Sound familiar?

What if you could wake up each morning, ready for a calm, peaceful day.

You have a plan you can use to help your think and learn independently and stop the stress.

You also know how to stop the busywork and choose only activities that are truly educational.

So let’s talk about How to Make this Happen

NO Overwhelm Necessary

The road to stopping overwhelm is simpler than you think. The key is to decide ahead of time how to handle a situation. I emailed you a 3-Step Critical Thinking Process, to get you started, as well as show your kids tools to learn for a lifetime.

To Help You Even Further,

We’re offering a FREE ticket to my annual event, Life Skills Leadership Summit. Leaders are lifetime learners, so they need to make wise decisions. Both critical, Biblical thinking skills and decision making are part of one of our leadership & life skills tracks to raise your children to impact and influence those around them.

We have 25+ speakers helping you with leadership skills, such as thinking skills, decision making skills, character foundation, love of learning and general leadership skills.

On top of that, we offer a life skills track, including communication, relationships, business skills, self care, organization helps and hands-on skills for the home.

Other online events try to cover all areas of homeschooling or parenting. You have so many topics that you can’t decide what to watch and become overwhelmed.

With the Life Skills Leadership Summit, we are focusing on 2 main aspects of homeschooling and parenting:

  • Raising Leaders & Influencers (Track 1)
  • Life Skills for Real Life (Track 2)

Within each of these areas, we have sub-categories, but everything ties back to raising Godly leaders, who will influence for Jesus Christ.

As you might guess, he Summit has sessions for Moms & Dads, but we also have sessions for Teens and a special live session for kids 6th grade and up. (Keep reading)

We want to help your entire family become better leaders and influencers and FINISH STRONG this year.

All you have to do is . . .

Click the orange button to sign up for your FREE Basic Pass for the Life Skills Leadership Summit. You’ll have 24-hour access each day to practical tips & tricks to give your kids a better education that will prepare him to lead & influence.

An education that will help them influence and make a difference in the world.

And it won’t cost you a dime!
Did you read that? It won’t cost you a dime!

No traveling. No hotel expenses. No registration fees.
100% FREE

Hi, I’m Kerry Beck,
Your Hostess for the Summit

I homeschooled our 3 kids for 10 years. All of them are grown up and on their own. As the saying goes, “the proof is in the pudding.” So, you’ll hear about them in the class…the good, the bad, the ugly.

I’m so excited to share what worked in our homeschool and what didn’t work. I try to be an open book because raising kids can be hard. I made mistakes and want to help you avoid my mistakes.

That’s why I’m hosting our 3rd annual Life Skills Leadership Summit and offering you a free ticket to attend on February 20-24, 2023.

I’m very happy you took this quiz. It shows that even a teensy tiny fraction of you believes you can create the best environment & education for your children to become independent learners. Spoiler alert: you totally can!

But make no mistake, we started out exactly where you are today — with a desire and the willingness to put one foot in front of the other to make it happen.

Your quiz results are designed to give you a hearty dose of clarity and inspiration, all you have to do is follow-through. Don’t worry, I’m here to cheer you on.

This summit is one of the best, positive, and helpful things that has happened in my life recently. I’ve been searching for a way to revamp our homeschool journey and confirmation that this is what is best for our family. And hoping to find a way to provide a more solid teaching of God, a better schedule we can stick to, and how to feel better as a mom trying to do it all. THANK YOU!

Kera, Homeschool Mom


PS. Remember to check your email for our 3-Step Critical Thinking Process so you can start encouraging critical & Biblical thinking and stop the overwhelm.