“It’s hard to be a Black Belt leader and have a low self -esteem”
The Dictionary definition of self-esteem is: realistic respect for or favorable impression of oneself; self-respect.
The way a child perceives their self worth is often shaped by the opinions of their friends, family and closest peers. Children are influenced greatly by their friends because of their desire to be socially significant and accepted. Consequently, rarely are children influenced in a properly monitored environment that consistently, purposely and enthusiastically guides and instills positive behaviors that encourage a healthy self-esteem.
Students in our Leadership Program are coached and challenged to improve on a weekly basis physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially. Whether it’s checking in on their behavior at home with weekly responsibility sheets, or having them perform specific exercises in class that help them develop their self-confidence. The standard of excellence we demand pushes children and adults to progress and strive towards their personal best.
“You’re an average of the 5 people you spend most of your time with”
Surround yourself with confident people and you’ll become more confident. Surround yourself with individuals with a healthy self-esteem and your self-esteem will grow. Our academy gives parents the opportunity to provide an environment that they can trust to have a positive impact on all the aspects of their children’s and family’s lives. This is why “it’s hard to be a black belt leader and have a low esteem.”