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Kids for Gratitude: Inspiring Kids to Become The Leaders of Tomorrow (Paperback)
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Especially in this new decade Bardi Toto believes we must teach our kids how to become leaders of tomorrow, instead of bullies Bardi Toto understands the root of these words. Not only does she understand the words, she understands and applies their meaning. Bardi notes that the origin of our word gratitude does not designate a single day or time to be thankful. Instead, its roots have spanned over hundreds of years, and the definition still applies to our lives every day. Bardi believes there is not a time frame for being thankful and extending this grace to others because a truly thankful person will give goodwill without limits; and what do they give? Gratitude In Bard's life, she tries to live by this definition. Professionally, her career is built around this meaning. The expressing and giving of gratitude is the core theme in Kids for Gratitude. Bardi believes kids should be taught gratitude daily, not just on special occasions. She incorporates a heavy emphasis on anti-bullying because she has been a victim herself - online and off. Kids for Gratitude is designed to teach others what gratitude is, and to teach how it can be expressed and given to others, all of which will reduce bullying. Kids for Gratitude gives heartfelt ideas and examples of the expression of gratitude and giving which can be applied to many groups. She targets families, friends, teens, the elderly, parents, grandparents, and teachers. Educators, parents, and churches will find resources that will help TEACH what true gratitude is, and lives will be changed as they help change the mindset of our children. Kids for Gratitude also includes topics on types of bullying, cyber bullying, how to implement gratitude in a job or business and using gratitude in social media. Bardi has founded National Gratitude Week as a week for the recognition of being thankful as a daily expression of giving and gratitude. This was not to assign just one week to show gratitude, but rather to assign one week to focus on the true meaning or root of the word, so that its meaning can be deepened and expressed throughout the year. ABOUT THE FOUNDERBardi Toto is a NY Times Best Selling author, world-renowned branding expert, influencer, speaker, TV personality, consultant, and trainer. Her latest book The Power of Asking "Creating All That You Want" is on Amazon and coming in January 2020, her newest book Disrupt Your Brand. She has been featured on the Daily Vee, numerous television programs, Forbes Magazine and has been recognized as an everyday hero on values.com. Through her trademarked programs, The Invisible Branding Method and The Power of Asking, she has helped thousands of entrepreneurs, celebrities, Fortune 500 companies, authors, and musicians take their business and life to the next level. Because Bardi realized her passion for helping others begins with her own gratitude, so she founded Kids for Gratitude. Bardi also trains corporations and entrepreneurs how to implement gratitude into their communication and sales teams. She has several new programs called How to Sell without Selling and Asking and Gratitude on Social Media. Bardi speaks internationally on the topics of Gratitude, Branding, The Power of Asking, How to Disrupt Your Brand, Social Media and How to Sell without Selling.