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Join our exclusive subscription and unlock a world of weekly inspiration. Parents and children will get to learn about each other as they answer thought-provoking questions at the end of each video. Something almost magical happens…an emotional bond between parent and child is enhanced with each new video.

America’s 52 Stories motivate your child to be a better person, with the long-term effect of becoming part of a new generation of better citizens.  

How? We use true stories from one event in America’s past. From those stories, we learn valuable life lessons that students can use right away.

For example, a child can learn how to save an adult’s life without really trying, or discover how admitting to a mistake will increase self-respect and self-confidence, or how to gain an advantage by standing out instead of fitting in.

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But there’s more: Each video contains questions that make the parent and student think of how each of the lessons relates to them.

They can motivate teens and pre-teens to activate qualities they don’t know they have, as well as discover American values that inspire their personal growth.

Values like self-reliance (instead of dependence), responsibility (instead of victimhood), or results (instead of excuses),

Determined to protect those values…Our children will likely become unexpected patriots despite government intrusion and indoctrination.

The Net Results Are Five-Fold:

(1) An unexpected and welcome bond begins to develop between parent and child due to the questions that accompany each video.

(2)  With these questions, critical thinking skills begin to develop.

(3) Students witness proof of what their human nature is capable of – what they can achieve on their own and the success they can enjoy today. Self-discovery is rewarding and even fun. Imagine this result for your child.

(4) Students get a sense that American history is persuasive, rewarding, and very personal. Or, in teen talk, “awesome.”

(5) Our children get to watch proof of their ability to be imaginative, courageous, generous, empathetic, decisive, independent, and self-reliant. These are American values, which our kids will readily embrace

They will likely protect them, and, as a result, may not notice that they are unknowingly becoming patriotic.

Our children can feel great about themselves and recognize that – for the very first time at home, their lives have value and
meaning. What do you suppose happens to their self-esteem?

All because you are making it possible with your purchase.

Below are sample lessons from this video series and many are found in Vol 1 of the book:

  • Keep a sense of humor (John Archer)
  • Balance enthusiasm with responsibility (William Barksdale)
  • Focus on results, not excuses (Francis Barlow)
  • Failure is a valuable teacher (Allen Brady)
  • Stress provides an opportunity for success (Sarah Broadhead)
  • Emphasize quality (John Buford)
  • Be competent in what you do (John Burns)
  • Sacrifice rewards you (William Colvill)
  • People want to help you succeed (Otis Howard)
  • Play by the rules (Horatio Howell)
  • Speak up and get respect (Franz Hubschmann)
  • Be an example (Andrew Humphreys)
  • Be accessible (Alfred Iverson)
  • You can succeed in spite of prejudices (Vladimir Krzyanowski)
  • Teach and lead at any age (George McFarland)
  • Children are leaders too (Tilly Pierce)
  • Major odds can inspire reasonable risks (John Reynolds)
  • Always examine your options (Robert Rodes)
  • Know your limitations (Thomas Rowley)
  • Human labels are destructive (Carl Schurz)
  • Recheck your claims (“Extra” Billy Smith)
  • Have patience (Elmina Spencer)
  • Generosity dignifies you (Elizabeth Thorn)
  • Seize opportunity first (Gouverneur Warren)
  • Exercise discipline (Adelbert Ames)
  • Use the ASK Formula for success (Ambrose Hill)

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