"With 15 Years of Experience, This Harvard-Trained Presenter Inspires Laughter and Hope!"
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Lifetime Access To The Following Online Course:
Improve Your Child's Behavior & Academics -- In 15 Minutes Or Less!
As the third installment of the acclaimed Playing Attention series, this course has revitalized thousands of families nationwide.
Learn fun ways to teach mindfulness to your children so that they will be more likely to practice -- and thereby gain all its benefits.
- How to introduce mindfulness as the ultimate superpower
- Our proprietary "Superpower Builder Inventory" that helps kids quickly identify their personalized mindfulness practices
- Games for instilling Playing Attention in real-time
- Best practices for implementation
- Among others!
Sadly, mindfulness is usually imposed on children as just another thing that adults want them to do. It’s up there with eating their vegetables and going to the dentist. That’s why many a child has been known to affectionately refer to the practice as “mindulness.” Not surprisingly, when mindfulness feels like just another chore, children are less likely to practice and gain its life-changing benefits.
Introducing the benefits of mindfulness to students in “adult” language such as “improved social, emotional, and academic outcomes” doesn’t help. Instead, such benefits need to be presented in their language—a language of superpowers, video games, and power-up codes.
This course will show you how to do just that—and more.
Drawing on Nick Mosca’s 15+ years of experience as a consultant, mindfulness coach, and educator, this course jumpstarts and revitalizes the practice for all parents and guardians. As a result, you will unlock its phenomenal benefits for yourself and, ultimately, your children.
3+ Hours of Bonus Content:
With this purchase, you will receive free downloadable audiobooks for each of the following courses (in addition to an audiobook for this course!):
Contact us for a complimentary consultation and discount to bring 'Playing Attention' to your company. Our in-person & virtual modules can be fully customized to your needs. Call (800) 285-5220 or e-mail us.
"Delivered With Humor & Expertise, These Mindful Supports Are Second-To-None..."
- Mary Lisa Harper, Educational Strategist, MindSpark Learning
- 31 short videos to enhance your learning
- Downloadable audio of each lesson to take your learning on the go!
- Downloadable slides with practical take-aways
- Engaging, interactive, & multisensory lessons
- Full lifetime access
- Self-paced lessons that are easy to complete
- Available across all platforms -- including iOS, Windows, & Android
- Satisfaction guaranteed
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"Nick Ignites The Mind & Soul!"
- Dr. Jane Foley, Director, Milken Educator Awards
Drawing on over ten years of experience as an educator, Nick Mosca empowers people to align mindfulness practices with their interests, reduce stress, and reclaim their lives. Nick is the founder of Personalized Mindfulness, a national wellness company that boosts resilience through cutting-edge workshops, consultations, and keynotes.
Nick also co-hosts on WABC Radio and has presented at Yale University, Squarespace, Open Society Foundations, Columbia University, Harlem Hospital Center, Ridgewood Public Schools, Square, Ronald McDonald House, New York University, mindSpark Learning (formerly Share Fair Nation), The HealthCare Chaplaincy Network, The Milken Scholars Program, the Genesee Valley School District, and the Erie BOCES, among other venues.
Moreover, Nick is the author of Read ‘Em and Sleep: Mindfulness-Based Insomnia Relief and his writing has appeared in Psychology Today and ASCD Express. He is also the elected Research Chairperson of The Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor.
Nick holds a Master of Divinity degree from Harvard University where he studied mindfulness and won The Billings Prize for inspiring behavioral change through positive humor. During his undergraduate studies, Nick earned a B.A. in English (Magna Cum Laude) from Georgetown University. He is a member of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD).
During his free time, Nick composes music, runs, and plays baseball.