Ensuring that Your Children are Happy and Effective Learners: An Family Office Association Podcast with Dr. Stephen Rudin, Cindy Puccio & Matthew Kelly

Ensuring that Your Children are Happy and Effective Learners: An Family Office Association Podcast with Dr. Stephen Rudin, Cindy Puccio & Matthew Kelly

Ensuring that Your Children are Happy and Effective Learners with Angelo J. Robles

In Part 3 of the Family Office Association Podcast Audio Series, Angelo J. Robles is joined by Dr. Stephen Rudin, Cindy Puccio & Matthew Kelly as they discuss ensuring that your children are happy and effective learners. You can either read the transcription or listen to the podcast and learn more.

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Angelo Robles: Good morning, everyone. This is Angelo Robles at the Family Office Association today doing an audio podcast with Dr. Stephen Rudin, Matthew Kelly and Cindy Puccio. I am incredibly excited about the opportunity for this audio podcast and I’m sure you are going to find it amazingly valuable as well – ensuring that your children are happy and effective learners who can become responsible and satisfied adults and stewards.

I am going to read the bios of the three participants and the organization that they are involved in as founders and partners and really doing amazing work around the world.

Dr. Stephen Rudin is a creative innovator, author, entrepreneur and by training a medical doctor with a focus in trauma including emotional, physical and emotional repair. His lifetime work has been making difficult subjects accessible and understandable for parents and children and in the replenishment, creation of unlimited possibilities for learners in the U.S. and around the world. He is the founder and principal mentor at Individual U and Peak Year.

Matthew Kelly is a scientist, playwright, historian and educator who day to day works with young adults struggling in their learning environment in addition to gifted young men and women preparing to take the role of stewards of their family’s businesses and estates. At both Individual U and Peak Year he is the organizational head and day-to-day guide for teaching and learning.

Cindy Puccio has been a student of and a colleague with many of the luminaries in the field of education, emotional growth and development and serves as Individual U’s mentor and special liaison to those communities.

Individual U: it is a learning community in which mentors work one on one with students to re-mediate and repair vulnerabilities and difficulties resulting in diagnosed and undiagnosed learning disabilities and struggles in schools unwilling or unable to address their learning needs and damage or loss from disease or unexpected emotional interruptions. Individual U’s mentors work closely with students to ease their burdens making room for the possibility of growth so that they can become happy and effective learners.

Peak Year. Peak Year was created to allow students at the end of high school or be-ginning of college to spend a year working one on one with mentors to acquire the critically important skills many schools fail to impart, but that are essential for success college and life ahead especially responsible stewardship. Peak Year students learn the wisdom of the greatest guides and masters of the last 5,000 years while acquiring the capacity to make the most of the present and special skills and abilities to understand, excel and lead with happiness, joy and success in growing in a changing and uncertain future.

Thank you so much, Stephen and Matthew and Cindy for being part of our Family Office Association audio podcast today on such an amazing subject. I feel sorry for my audience that we are going to be limited to only 50 or 60 minutes. This is a topic that is worthy of a significant deep dive, but stay tuned for those of you who are members and active in our programs. We do have grand plans for this topic in the future, but for now condensing it and making it valuable for all of you in 50 or 60 minutes. I am sure it is going to be great. Why don’t we get right into it.

What to do with children when traditional schools don’t tap their potential? Maybe a little more specifically for grades K to 6, middle school, high school and college what can and should be done when children fail in school and schools fail to understand them and help them succeed?

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