"LEGO® to Leaders: It's Never Too Early to Build the Future" coaches readers on how LEGO® playtime can introduce leadership to children. Many leaders found their passions early on, such as Jane Goodall and Neil Armstrong who went on to lead conservation efforts and a mission to the moon, respectively. LEGO® playtime is a fun activity that can inspire children to lead! It doesn’t need to be a painful imprint on the bottom of your foot.
Have you ever crossed paths with someone who was tasked with leading, but lacked the necessary skills to gain followers? Did you wonder if they were practicing leadership for the first time? Even professional athletes had to learn some skills as children. So why do some parents pass on teaching children critical leadership skills? Imagine the impact parent-leaders could have if they started now and utilized LEGO® playtime as a fun and exciting tool. Maybe they'll find that they possess the Cosmo Kramer factor or Square Compass needed for leadership.
This entertaining guide helps remind parent-leaders that leadership is about serving others physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Leadership is not a specific position to be in, but a way of being. LEGO® playtime allows children to develop their building blocks of leadership and helps them to master the essentials, which includes intelligence, self-confidence, determination, integrity, and sociability.
If you are a parent, mentor, or guardian of a child who loves to explore the world and express themselves with LEGO®, then this book is for you. But it's not geared only to the spiritual, but the curious as well. God can change the world through just one child, so let's give Him millions to work with. The future depends on it!