1000 Ripple effects: Tell your story and make a difference
Not all kids have the blessing of sharing their lives with their mother or father but you can support them by contributing your story in the 1000 Ripple effects project. Stacey Huish, is the inspiration behind this idea and is looking for authors (first-time or experienced) who’d like to contribute to her project. The aim is to get these inspirational stories to children who don’t have parents and through the written word, to provide them with the care of a parent, a kind word, some hope or encouragement when things might seem bleak.
Join Dr Rosina as she interviews Stacey Huish and learn:
- Tips for positive parenting: how to communicate with your child so they feel loved, valued and listen to you.
- More about the 1000 Ripple effects project
- How you could become an author and provide your story.
So what can you expect by listing to this interview? Who is this interview for?
If you’re a parent, teacher or you work with children, Stacey has great tips for supporting children to be the best they can be in the world.
If you are an experienced author, or would like to contribute and learn to be an author, Stacey, is currently putting together a very special book and is looking for contributors and you could be just the right person.
Stacey Huish is a Speaker, Educator, Author and the description I like the most is that she describes herself as a Lover of Life!
I’m excited to say that I am one of the 1000 contributors and hope you will join me and the other authors and make a difference in the lives of children who need love, guidance and to help them grow to be the best they can be in the world. To find out more about the 1000 Ripple effects project see http://www.1000rippleeffects.com/