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November 14, 2016

Teaching Happiness and Innovation
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Our kids will create the future. What skills should they be learning at school and at home to help them along the way? Mike Ferry, veteran teacher and parent of four children, calls for us to teach happiness and innovation. Humorous, optimistic, and personal, his book Teaching Happiness and Innovation offers new ways of thinking about parenting and education and the values our children need to attain. Ferry discusses the importance of perseverance, gratitude, creativity, collaboration, and many other characteristics while offering suggestions to help kids develop them.
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Corporate Talk: Mike Ferry
Whether you are a parent, a grandparent, or a teacher, you want kids to find happiness and success in life.

Happy and creative kids will develop the new businesses, works of art, technologies, medical advances, and public policies that bring us to a more peaceful and sustainable world. You'll Mike shares many ideas in his interview to help you get your kids on the right track!
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Mike Ferry
Known as "The Happy Teacher," Mike Ferry is a 14-year veteran middle school history teacher, father of four, and author of Teaching Happiness And Innovation. His passion is to help kids and adults form habits for happiness, creativity, and success in life. Mike's work has been featured in the Washington Post, Huffington Post, Christian Science Monitor, CBS 6 Richmond, and radio shows and podcasts around the world.

For more information, visit Mike's website: www.happinessandinnovation.com.