We hear a lot from parent educators about the importance of teaching kids to be “resilient.” The “How?” part of the equation isn’t always clear to us or to our kids. Too often teens (and adults) let a setback sink them into despair. Life coach Chester Hall tells the teens he works with “Even when you feel at the very bottom, and [you think] nothing can get worse, it’s really hard to mess this [life] up. Even if you make some huge mistakes, there is always time to bounce back.” Annie talks with Chester about helping young people get back up after a setback and continue moving forward.
About Chester Hall (@AG00dLife)
Chester is the Owner and Lead Life Coach of Good Life Coaching. He has 14+ years experience in the education field, as a classroom teacher and serving as a Prevention & Intervention Specialist for Accomack County Public Schools (Virginia). Chester focuses his efforts on anti-bullying, character education, encouraging positive student-to-teacher relationships, mentoring at-risk youth, truancy prevention, and threat assessment. He also is a member of the International Coach Federation and a member of the Black Life Coaches Network. Learn more at GoodLife-Coaching.com
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