Thursday, May 13, 2010

Fishful Thinking (& yours truly) on Blog Talk Radio!

This is pretty cool, if I do say so myself...

Fishful Thinking is now on Blog Talk Radio - featuring Dr. Karen Reivich and a handful of Fishful Thinking faculty members - including me!

On the Fishful Thinking channel, you will learn simple ways to help children develop the skills that shape a positive attitude, enable them to overcome challenges and reach their full potential. You will be able to listen to discussions among a group of moms who practice Fishful Thinking that center around the five key ingredients of Fishful Thinking: Optimism, Emotional Awareness, Goal Setting/Hope, Resilience, and Empowerment.

A few of the episodes are already up and available on demand (and totally free)! In The Straight Talk on Parenting Survey episode, I get to talk for a few minutes about the biggest pressure I feel as a parent. Any guesses what it might be? Click over and listen to find out! :) Between Dr. Reivich, Cecily, and Lolli, a lot of great information, ideas, and parenting experiences were shared. It's definitely worth the twenty minutes. (If you're like me, you can even multitask & listen while you are checking email or facebook, or better yet, while checking out the Fishful Thinking site!)

To learn more about the survey results of 1000 moms, click the arrow!



Done any Fishful Thinking lately? Leave a comment and include your link! Thanks!

5 comments:

Evelyn said...

Congrats! That is exciting!

Jenny Ramsey said...

you are so awesome kelli. i sure miss you! do i say that a lot??

Kelli @ writing the waves said...

You are too kind to me, my awesome friend. I miss you too.

angie said...

So cool! Very exciting.

raising4boys said...

I need to listen to the FT Talk radio. Way excited to hear you guys! Here is my link for this week.http://clubjones.blogspot.com/2010/05/fishful-thinking-and-motherhood.html

I feel like I haven't been in the mood to blog lately but you are an inspiration to me. You do so many GREAT activities with your kids! I usually love to do that too, I need to snap out of it :)