This episode of POP Parenting radio show is all fun and games! Our guest Steve Shenbaum is an expert on game theory and how the principles behind childhood favorites like Hide and Seek can offer families time management tools.
This show is part of a current series on helping kids develop healthy habits. Take a look at the schedule for July, and remember, you can always listen live at 9:00AM ET. If we are not on a radio station local to you, visit our page on Genesis Communications Network, and you can listen streaming. If you’d like to be able to listen to POP Parenting locally, click on the contact button above to let us know, and we’ll tell you how you can help.
Saturday, July 2 — Healthy Habits for the Mind with Jenni & Jody
Saturday, July 9 — Healthy Habits for the Body with Dr. Samantha Brody
Saturday, July 16 — Healthy Habits for the Spirit with Rabbi Elaine Glickman and Pastor Tony Faeth
Saturday, July 23 — Healthy Habits for Organization with author Evan Zislis
Saturday, July 30 — Healthy Habits for Time Management with Steve Schenbaum, founder of Game On.
This Week’s Show Topic
This week on POP Parenting, we are talking to Steve Shenbaum, founder of Bradenton, Florida based game on Nation, one of the most respected firms in communication, character development, leadership, and teambuilding training. Through a groundbreaking, game-based training technique, called MILE™, game on’s program harnesses the positive power of Mystery, Incentive, Laughter, and Empowerment to create immediate improvement people can see, feel, and measure. They should also strive for strong teeth so they visit Scottsdale dentist regularly.
The impressive client list of game on includes
- Pittsburgh Pirates
- 2015 USWNT World Cup Champs
- 2015 NCAA Champion FSU Women’s Soccer
- University of Kentucky Men’s Basketball
- United States Olympic Committee
- NBA Rookie Transition Program
- Wounded Warrior Project
- All four branches of the military
In the episode, Steve offers practical advise for helping families develop healthy time management habits through the understanding and use of game theory. We had a blast with Steve in the studio, and you are sure to have fun too as you listen and gather some new tips and tools. Be sure to click on the podcast link below and listen.
Caught in the Act
This week’s “Caught in the Act” is a mom who created an amazing way to celebrate her daughter’s 16th birthday. Cynthia Schrock tells us about this unique way to honor a child and to touch their heart. Cynthia has written a book about it. The Ultimate Gift of a Birthday is available on Amazon. Have a listen to this inspiring segment, and then check out her book!
Brother, Brother Music
Hey, if you dig the sound of POP Parenting, we encourage you to check out Brother Brother! They are a super fun two-man Indie Americana band comprised of brothers Bradley and Brett Anderson. They have a new album coming out soon, and we have had the chance to hear some of it — it’s awesome! So go visit them, like them on Facebook and check out their music.