If you woke up to crippling heartache this morning, Juni Felix has hope for you today. Juni is a survivor of profound trauma and has discovered a system that has helped her reprogram her mind toward faith and where she has found freedom from the wounds of her past. She shares with us how the science of Behavior Design combined with faith can give us a system for moving forward in taking back our life, stopping the destruction of shame, blame, and self-condemnation. Listen to this conversation to discover how TinyHabits can transform us, so our sorrow isn’t our permanent address.
We are all fearfully and wonderfully made, but we are not all made the same. Each person has a unique set of strengths for the good of the world and the glory of God. Dr. Kathy Koch shares how identifying the unique “smarts” in kids can transform parenting and teaching. How do parents that homeschool choose curriculum or order their day based on their child’s smarts? Knowing what brings joy to our children, what are little changes we can make that will result in flourishing? Before you start your homeschooling year, gather some tools from 8 Great Smarts author Dr. Kathy Koch on Ken and Deb in the Morning!
Juni Felix is a member of New York Times–bestselling author Dr. B. J. Fogg’s
Stanford Behavior Design Lab Teaching Team, a C. S. Lewis Institute Fellow, a
speaker, and a podcast and radio host. As a Tiny Habits® coach who has long
used the method to help others transform lives and relationships with God, Juni
has gone on to be a leader in the church, and through her speaking, broadcasting, and podcasting ministries, an encourager to people around the world.
Dr. Kathy Koch is the Founder and President of Celebrate Kids, Inc., a Christian ministry based in Fort Worth, Texas. She is an internationally celebrated speaker who has influenced thousands of parents, teachers, and children in over 25 countries through keynote messages, workshops, seminars, assemblies, and other events. Dr. Kathy earned a Ph.D. in reading and educational psychology from Purdue University. She was a tenured associate professor of education at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, a teacher of second graders, a middle school coach, and a school board member prior to becoming a full-time conference and keynote speaker in 1991.