Fort Irwin, CA (PRWEB) February 24, 2008
There aren't many people who could say that they are truly happy with the way our government leaders are handling things these days. In fact, most people have some sort of complaint or another about it.
One of the biggest ones is the fact that leaders just don't seem to have that deep sense of morals that existed in older times. This is something that worries individuals in America, from the elders to the young adults.
It is particularly worrisome for parents who understand that the government that is being created now is going to be there to care for their own children. Out of this deep concern, the 'Raise a Leader Revolution' has sprouted.
http://www.raisealeader.com is becoming THE place to go for parents who are committed to raising leaders who have a deep sense of morals and value. These parents want their children to grow to become the kind of leaders from ages past who believed in values and morals and stood for them no matter what.
In times when it seems as if leaders change their beliefs depending upon circumstance and situation, this is a refreshing idea. This group of people believes that honest, moral leaders with integrity and value need to replace the dishonest, wishy washy leaders of today. This is why they are dedicated to raising their children to be the leaders that they wish were around today.
One of their focal points is public schools and how the moral fiber and the value has gone out of the teaching in those schools. "We do not want to focus on any new age ideas. In fact, we would like to return to the ideas of old, when leaders stood for something more. They stood for honesty and value, morals and community. They had a real care in how the country turned out based on their actions," says founder Amy Bass.
"It seems like today, the leaders are only concerned with whether or not they are chosen, and they base their morals on tactics that will get them chosen. Those morals are subject to change at any given time. That is not real concern and those are not real values and beliefs. It's time for that to change and we should be focusing on starting that change at home."
Because of this, Amy Bass and the 'Raise a Leader' team are introducing a new program where clients can actually teach their children in a different way. The program will focus on unlocking the potential within the children and ingraining honesty, morals, Christian values and more.
In fact, clients will be walked through a teaching program that they can do with their children and will have access to help and support throughout the entire process. One form of support is the 'Raise a Leader' forum, where clients can share, compare and inspire each other.
This program is creating quite a buzz as concerned parents trip over themselves to enroll their children quickly. As the program is open to the public, everyone has a chance to join.
http://www.raisealeader.com is devoted to helping parents raise their children so that they will have deep, ingrained morals and a high level of integrity. Amy Bass and the raise a leader revolution would like to extend an invitation to other parents who may be in the same state of mind to drop by and see what they are all about.
For more information, visit http://www.raisealeader.com