has been available for
(ages eight through twelve) and
(ages thirteen through seventeen) (the ages for the standard
are eighteen and older) for decades. The results it produces in their
lives are dramatic - stunning, in fact. For the most part, the content
it presents is the same content presented in the standard
The essential difference isn't the content. The essential difference is
it takes a lot less time to deliver the same content to
Because they aren't as invested as adults are in perpetuating their own
points of view
and righteousness, they get off it faster and consequently get it
So it takes a lot less time to deliver the same content to them.
Whenever I have the opportunity to speak with
like myself whose
and / or
there's a question which is always
in the space, and which invariably gets asked - more sooner than later.
This question (which, to be clear, is asked by the
on experiencing the shape their
are in now) is "What would my own life look like today if I'd gotten
clear about this when I was their age?". Indeed, what
would it look like? What if ...? It's a confronting,
When the full impact of this in
lives becomes clear, their
are likely to say "This is awesome ... and ... what would
look like today if we'd all gotten clear about this years and years
before we actually did?". Indeed, what would it look like? What if ...?
It's a confronting, riveting inquiry.