Training Kansas City Youth for Success

Training Kansas City Youth for Success

I’m a better “aunt” than “mom” …when it comes to other people’s kids, that is.

Allow me to offer some context.

Training Kansas City Youth is my skill; ongoing opportunities and supports are not.

Over the years, I have developed a great reputation for  delivering engaging, effective and fun True Colors training in Kansas City.

I’ve trained the gamete – young, old and everything in between.

But, I recognized a long time ago that I am better with adults than I am with young people. Don’t get me wrong.  I love young people. I love training them, but I’m not as skilled as the thousands of youth workers (or youth professionals) out there doing youth development’s “heavy lifting” day in and day out. There is a science to what they do. There are attributes associated with what they do.

Dressing inappropriately for job interview

Dressing inappropriately for an interview

Beware: dressing inappropriately for a
a job interview can be totally avoided.

I felt so bad.  I almost couldn’t rebound from that dark, lurking sense of regret. It was like a gray cloud looming over my training, and I couldn’t seem to shake it. I thought about what I should have said, could have said, and ended back at the point of the scenario where remorse resided. Let me get you caught up on what I’m talking about. My subject is dressing inappropriately for an interview, which ties in. Hang in there with me.