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Childhood games teach us about the rules of life.
What games did you play?
What did you learn?
Did you know that Monopoly was designed to teach us a specific lesson regarding capitalism?
And Chutes and Ladders was designed to teach us a specific lesson regarding success?
Join Jackie as she unpacks the lessons from our childhood games and explores what new lessons we might want to learn now.
Be prepared to have your notion of “rules & lessons” challenged as you decide what rules you want to play by now, in this game called “Life”.
Unplug from the world and plug-in!
Jackie Simmons writes and speaks on the leading-edge thinking around mindset, money, and the neuroscience that drives success.
Jackie believes it’s our ability to remain calm and focused in the face of change and chaos that sets us apart as leaders. Today, we’re dealing with more change and chaos than any other generation.
It’s taking a toll and Jackie’s not willing for us to pay it any longer.
Jackie uses the lessons learned from her own and her clients’ success stories to create programs that help you build the twin muscles of emotional resilience and emotional intelligence so that your positivity shines like a beacon, reminding the world that it’s safe to stay optimistic.
TEDx Speaker, Multiple International Best-selling Author, Mother to Three Girls, Grandmother to Four Boys, and Partner to the Bravest, Most Loyal Man in the World.
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