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On November 15th, 2013 the Game Changer Movement was born! We are here to rePURPOSE our HEARTdrives with each other. About 2 months after the shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Erik Lehmann, father of three, had a powerful vision. He wanted to let kids know just how much they matter right now! Upon looking around, he saw that our youth are often told all the ways that they don't matter. They can't work until age 14, drive until age 16, can't vote until 18, and can't drink alcohol until age 21. Much of a child's school day is spent passively consuming the information and taking the tests that adults believe they should take! The Game Changer Movement is here to encourage children to know that they have a choice to be significant right now! Tony Robbins, a human behavior expert, considers significance; one of the six main drivers of human behavior. This is true at any age! A little over twenty-one years ago, Erik Lehmann spent approximately 50 days living in a homeless shelter for children in Stony Brook, NY. This experience changed his life course forever. He learned of a world that needed a voice and not just any voice; it needed his voice. Erik was taken in by his best friend's parents during his senior year in high school, and the following year, they sent him to Cornell University to study Human Development and Family Studies. This was an absolute miracle! At present, Erik spends his time growing a new organization called Dream Catalyst. This organization continues with Erik's personal mission to help serve challenged youth dream-catalyst.org
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