No problem, the very powerful information session held at Franklin High on Tuesday, December 2, 2008 is still available for you to listen to.
Click here to find all six segments of the evening.
The number of people who have listened since the session continues to grow.
|Item ||Content||Mins||# Replays |
|Wasted 1||Intro; FHS Students||23||28|
|Wasted 2||Bill Phillips||25||19|
|Wasted 3||Nick's story||24||34|
|Wasted 4||Josh's story||17||14|
|Wasted 5||Nick's parents view||10||17|
|Wasted 6||Q&A; next steps||26||41|
I am a little surprised by the results thus far. As impressive as Nick's story was, Josh's story is short and to the point.
Likewise for Nick's parents point of view.
Don't miss interpret what my intention is, this is not a superficial popularity contest. These are real life stories. All the information was freely presented. It took courage and effort on the part of Bill, Nick, Josh, and Nick's parents to get up on the stage in front of 100 or so people.
You should be able to find 2 hours (especially with the segments broken up into approx 20-25 minutes apiece).
Skip a movie.
Have a listen.
Then have a good conversation with your son, daughter, neighbor, etc.
Franklin needs to be talking about this.
We (adults) need to show that our children matter to us.
One quote that I love comes from Kirk Weisler and one of his T4D:
"Our example to our children, to our families, and to the world around us is constant. The question is not whether or not anyone is watching, the question is what are they learning as they watch."