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Nurturing Children for a Better Tomorrow with Advocate Jean Paul Paulynice

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"Right now the world is in a great deal of unrest as injustice shines through the bright light of the day. It is much more difficult to change hardwired adults than it is to raise socially-emotionally intelligent children into good adults,” states today's special guest Jean Paul Paulynice.  “Academic education, on its own, is no longer enough. Children need to learn knowledge of self, how to process and communicate their emotions in a healthy way, how to identify the unique talents they bring to the world, and how to empathize with others and with self. These educational elements are as important as science, math and history."

Jean Paul Paulynice has created a new, in-depth self-esteem, self-awareness, empathy-building and goal-setting immersive 11 week educational program, titled Empowering Confident Youth through this enhancement to traditional academic education.

Mr. Paulynice, the program’s creator was born in Haiti, where he was raised by his aunt and role model, Marie Danielle Paulynice. At the age of 18, emigrated to the United States and went on to study Bio-Chemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, while simultaneously learning to speak English fluently (his native language is French).He also holds an MBA with dual concentrations in Finance and Management Information Systems from Clark University. He enjoys a successful career as a top Boston-area business consultant and he is the bestselling author of From Idea to Reality hailed by Forbes as “One of the Best Books For Startup Founders and Entrepreneurs.” He is also a 2020 IPPY Gold Book Award Winner. He now devotes much of his time to educational advocacy.

 

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