Towards Lifelong Thriving: Ten Holistic Practices that Support our Well-Being and Well-Becoming; Stephanie Malia Krauss

Cover image of the book Whole Child, Whole Life: 10 Ways to Help Kids Live, Learn, and Thrive and Making It: What Today’s Kids Need for Tomorrow's World

What does it take to thrive in a world that is volatile and uncertain, unjust and unfair? How can you experience well-being in a world so full of suffering? Research in human development, potential, longevity, and learning indicate that thriving is a state of being that we can tap into throughout our day and across our lifetime — no matter what we face. In this talk, we will explore ten timely and timeless “whole life” practices that enable us to experience wholeness and well-being at every age and stage of life. These ten practices support us individually and collectively and they activate and align with humanist commitments and beliefs.

Stephanie Malia Krauss is an educator, social worker, and leading voice on what we need to thrive now and in the future. Through her consulting shop, First Quarter Strategies, Stephanie works with US-based networks, coalitions, philanthropies, nonprofits, government organizations, schools, and community groups. She is the bestselling author of Whole Child, Whole Life: 10 Ways to Help Kids Live, Learn, and Thrive and Making It: What Today’s Kids Need for Tomorrow’s World. Stephanie’s work and writing have been featured on NPR, PBS, US News, Insider, and more. Stephanie is a senior fellow with the CERES Institute for Children & Youth at Boston University and Education Northwest. To learn more about Stephanie and sign up for her newsletter, visit www.stephaniemaliakrauss.com.

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