Is Your Child Weird?

For years I thought I was weird. And then one day it hit me: “I AM WEIRD!” Now it’s truth, I embrace, I know it, I LOVE it. And I have a happy life because of it, make a living because of it, too. Amazing. If you have a child that is a little different from other kids, have no fear!  It’s a good thing. Discovering how we can influence these little ones we love so dear, helping open the discussion as to why they do what they do, why they like what they gravitate toward, can really help that young person accept themselves for the unique, awesome creation they are.  Heck, it can really help you raise them!  Imagine that! In my Book, “Signature Moves: How To Stand Out in a Sit Down World”, I discuss the 6 Secrets to discovering our uniqueness.  Permission is given for you to embrace it and use your talents and gifts, in case you’ve never felt you should or could. Upon reading my book, I’m receiving great responses from thrilled parents, those who read to their little ones at night, the kids who say, “No Mommy, not Les Miserables tonight, how about the
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The Book You’ve Been Waiting For!

Picked up the first 1,000 copies TODAY!  My garage is now full, waiting for you to want this book Actually, I’m not sure anyone’s been waiting for this book, other than me, but I thought that sounded like a cool title to this post 🙂 Nearly a decade ago I wrote the first version of “Signature Moves: How To Stand Out in a Sit Down World”. It was a good try.  I was proud of it.  It was a pocketbook size, accompanied by photos I had taken in my living room by the person who helped me create it, and I was able to give about 1,000 away in a few months.  Perhaps I sold 10 for $5 a piece at a fair or something on accident.  The book was mostly a big business card.  With pages. Oh, I was very proud to have a book!  In fact, I recall the Principal of my high school introducing me to a colleague with, “Please meet Jason Hewlett, Class of ’97, our marvelous Student Body President, and now AUTHOR of a wonderful book….”  I about wet myself that she was referring to me as an author before anything else, as having your
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