Tag Archives: Education

The Jeff Yalden BOOM Podcast Episode 4: Jake Ballentine

“What’s wrong is always available, but so it what’s right – and if we focus on what’s right, we’re going to find more of it.” – Jake Ballentine The BOOM Podcast is an opportunity for author Jeff Yalden to drill down on the principles in his book, BOOM! One Word to Instantly Inspire Action, Deliver […]

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How to Raise Self-Esteem in 30 Seconds a Day

I want to help you raise your self-esteem in only 30 seconds a day. “You’re not good enough!”  Have you ever heard that?  “You’re fat!”  Have you ever heard that?  Have you ever started to believe in what others are saying?  Let me help you believe what you are saying, not what others are saying. […]

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Schools are Not Responsible for Teen Suicides caused by Bullying

Teen expert and mental health professional, Jeff Yalden says, “Schools should not be held liable for teen suicides and if they are you are going to lose more great teachers and educators because this is a responsibility they shouldn’t have to undertake.” Another Indiana community braves the weather to get their questions answered as Youth […]

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Self-Improvement for Teens – How to Be Your Best Every Day

Teens are struggling today with too many expectations and pressures from parents and peers that self-improvement isn’t on their radar as they just focus on dealing in the now of life. 4 Self-Improvement Tips for Teens To Set Up Their Day For Success: Some say that 80% of your success is just showing up. I […]

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Bullying: Why it Happens and How to Deal

I am overwhelmed with private messages from girls after they hear me speak, and one of the things that I continually say to them is: Hang on, just hang on. This may not be a great time in your life but hang on, your time is coming. Sometimes they don’t believe me, but then I […]

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Teens: Make a Conscious Effort Each Day to Seek the Positive

  A defining moment As some of you know, I have a nephew who has autism. His name is Patrick. During a recent school assembly I mentioned Patrick; and how he would never grow up to do certain things that other students are able to do. A sister of a student with special needs who was in […]

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Teens: Lose Your Ego!

When I was 18 years old, I was searching for meaning in life and looking for understanding and direction. I found myself at a point where I was walking around with a chip on my shoulder. As we become teenagers, we start wondering where our lives are going to take us and this is when we […]

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“The Jeff Yalden Show” Friday’s 1-2 PM on WMRC 1490 First Class Radio and On-Demand

Parents are searching for help and answers to today’s complex children being raised in homes by working class parents.  Stop the insanity and relax.  Weather the storm . . . It will be ok! Meet Jeff Yalden a teen expert, parent supporter, teen author, radio show host of “The Jeff Yalden Show”, and one of […]

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Jeff Yalden Rocking Rockwood October 26th

While roaming the halls, the students of the Rockwood Area High School in Pennsylvania may have discovered posters of a man dressed in casual attire, tattoos revealed down his arms.  At first glance, he appears much different from the usual formal speakers that Rockwood has had, and that is a completely relevant assumption to make […]

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The Consequences of our Choices . . . Leadership 101

It was shortly before I was given orders to go to Parris Island, South Carolina and be a Marine Corps Drill Instructor.  I was an E-4 in the United States Marine Corps about one month away from my reenlistment and Drill Instructor School.  This was a very exciting time in my life.  My goal was […]

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