How To 'Be' & 'Raise' An Unstoppable Kid: What do you want to be now?

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Hanalei Swan, Sep 29, 2021 - Self-Help - 49 pages
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Unstoppable Kids is a project that was born a little longer than 3 years ago. During the last 3 years something wonderful blossom, very much fruit of UK lessons, Hanalei has turn one of her wildest dreams into reality.

Since she was 4 years old Hanalei has been telling us how she wanted to be a fashion designer, and at the age of 10 she was indeed become a fashion designer. It has been a very exciting but still challenging experience and Hanalei would like to share what she has been learning so far about opening your own enterprise at such at young age, and this manual has been the tool that helped her achieve so much in such a short time.

We as parents, are the enablers of our children's futures and should be most equipped to teach them the strategies to use to succeed at the highest level possible.

Most of the schooling systems in the world sadly limit the creativity that resides within our children. The schooling is focused on teaching knowledge, while there is a great lack of teaching wisdom.

The initial mission was to empower kids to be who they wanted to be and about preparing future generations to live the life they were born to live, to explore not within the boundaries of what society dictates, but outside the boundaries of their imagination, to improve life as we know it on our planet and add massive value back to the world.


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Most kids are asked, “what do you want to be when you grow up?” But I wasn’t asked that, I was asked, “what do you want to be now?” This question changed my perspective on what I could do at such a young age, and instead of thinking I had to wait to become a fashion designer until i was 20 or 30, I decided to do it now and started designing at the age of 7 years old. (I’m currently 12).

I was one year old when I started traveling. I left the USA to travel abroad with my parents. They wanted me to learn from real life, not from a text book. 

In that time we have visited and lived in 6 continents and over 36+ countries. Most people think I have grown up different than other kids my age but I think it’s pretty normal. I’ve attended schools in countries like Brazil, Panama, Peru, Mexico, and Indonesia. I’ve had the opportunity to see some incredible places and meet amazing people. 

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