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Inner Power

Art of Self-Leadership and Standing Tall to Peer Pressure

6 Weeks program


  • Self-responsibility - How to be the ‘BOSS OF ME’
  • Choosing Integrity when no one is looking.
  • ‘Respect’ – Give it to Get it.
  • Learning when to say YES or NO
  • Standing up to Bullying and Peer Pressure

Peer pressure is one of the toughest challenges children face while growing up. It is also one of the top reasons why children get into trouble. Unfortunately in the age of camera phones and the Internet, the mistakes children make can haunt them for the rest of their lives. To stand up to peer pressure, children must first decide who they are and what they stand for . Second they must choose what they want for themselves before they are in a tough situation. And finally children must learn how to say “no” to their peers and “yes” to themselves.

  • Children learn that when they take 100% responsibility for their lives it gives them their ultimate power. They get to choose who they want to be, what they want to think, how they choose to feel, how they choose to act, and what they want to create - it is their choice. Children learn to be “the boss of me” and how taking responsibility helps them be more powerful in all areas of their lives.
  • Integrity means doing the right thing, even when no one else is looking. When children live their lives with integrity they learn to trust themselves and others can trust them too. This leads to power self-confidence and self-esteem as they learn that their word matters even if they are the only person who hears it.
  • Children learn that every time they are with someone they leave a “mark” depending on how they treat them. Treating others with respect means following the Golden Rule –to treat others as you would want to be treated.
  • Having self -respect means giving yourself a “gold heart”. It means standing by your values and treating yourself with as much kindness, patience, compassion, and understanding that you would have with your best friend, or your favorite relative. Children learn that choosing self-respect builds powerful self-esteem.
  • When children are born, their parents make 100% of their decisions for them – from what they eat to what they wear to where they go. By the time they leave home, they need to be able to make good decisions for themselves 100% of the time! Children learn how to make decisions wisely!
  • For children, knowing what they stand for, choosing what they want for themselves, and learning how to say “no” to peers and “yes” to themselves is critical for standing against negative peer pressure. Children are taught through role-plays how to stand in their power and respond to challenging situations.

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