Teaching Kids to Think + Locking Down Your Personal Info


Darlene Sweetland and Ron Stolberg, co-authors of Teaching Kids to Think.
Topic:
Raising confident, independent, and thoughtful kids in an age of instant gratification.
Issues: The instant-gratification generation; the 5 traps parents fall into that keep them from teaching their kids to think (the rescue trap, the hurried trap, the pressured trap, the giving trap, the guilt trap); what parents can do to keep from falling into those traps.

James LaPiedra, author of Identity Lockdown.
Topic:
A step-by-step guide to identify theft protection.
Issues: What is identity theft and how big is the problem? how thieves get and use your personal information; types of ID theft (financial, criminal, driver’s license, medical, and more); preventing ID theft by protecting your social security card, wallet, mailbox, computer, and children; monitoring your credit card and bank statements; what to do if your identity is stolen.

Middle Children + Eldest Children + ID Theft


Katrin Schumann, author of The Secret Power of Middle Children.
Topic: How middleborns can harness their unexpected and remarkable abilities.
Issues: What makes middle children different from their older and/or younger siblings; middle children in the workplace; middle children as parents; parenting a middle child; specific positive and negative traits associated with middle children.



Kevin Leman, author of The First Born Advantage.
Topic: Making your birth order work for you.
Issues: Traits that many firstborns have that other children don’t; how birth order affects marriage and relationships; the amazing number of firstborns in high performance careers.


Guest 3: Scott Mitic, CEO of TrustedID.com
Topic: How identity thieves are stealing our children’s identities.
Issues:

The Terms of Motherhood + Child ID Theft

[amazon asin=B007PM0BNW&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 1: Kristin van Ogtrop, author of Let Me Lie Down.
Topic: Necessary terms for the half-insane working mom.
Issues: Terms and concepts that illustrate the highs, and the lows of balancing work and family.


[amazon asin=1936984113&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 2: Joe Mason, author of Bankrupt at Birth.
Topic: Why child ID theft is on the rise and how it’s happening right under our noses.
Issues: Who, exactly, is perpetrating child id theft and why they do it; the most common forms of ID theft and how you can tell if your child is a victim; how to proect your child’s social security number; the role of social media in ID theft.

Highs and Lows of Motherhood + Stealing Children’s Identity + Jobs for Teens + Young Millionaires

[amazon asin=B007PM0BNW&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 1: Kristin van Ogtrop, author of Let Me Lie Down.
Topic: Necessary terms for the half-insane working mom.
Issues: Terms and concepts that illustrate the highs, and the lows of balancing work and family.


[amazon asin=1936984113&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 2: Joe Mason, author of Bankrupt at Birth.
Topic: Why child ID theft is on the rise and how it’s happening right under our noses.
Issues: Who, exactly, is perpetrating child id theft and why they do it; the most common forms of ID theft and how you can tell if your child is a victim; how to proect your child’s social security number; the role of social media in ID theft.


[amazon asin=1936236451&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 3: Beverly Slomka, author of Teens and the Job Game.
Topic: A guide to teens on how to win the job of their dreams.
Issues: Understanding what employers expect and how teens can meet those expectations; learning to set realistic goals; how to prepare for the first day of a new job; handing constructive criticism, and much more.


[amazon asin=0785221859&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 4: Troy Dunn, author of Young Bucks.
Topic: How to raise a future millionaire.
Issues: The gift you absolutely must give your children so they can succeed in business as adults; the five-word sentence that parents should never say; step-by-step strategies to help; identify children’s talents and nurture financial self-confidence.