Empowering teens to become their true authentic heroes.
Teens are stuck in an in-between world. They’re neither children nor adults. They’re adjusting to both physical and mental changes, including emotional extremes caused by additional activity in the part of the brain that regulates emotions.
Needless to say, for many teens, this is a confusing time and the pandemic is not helping.
Along with the normal confusion, teens often suffer from low self-esteem and peer pressure. Females are more prone to self-esteem issues and often get more attention for the problem, but males are just as susceptible. In fact, any teen is vulnerable to self-esteem challenges.
Because we understand the struggles many teens are currently going through, the Liza Maribel Foundation has created the Be Victorious Teen Leadership Program. This is a space for teens to come together for supporting, uplifting, and elevating each other through profound self-discovery and growth while creating a positive impact in their communities.
The Be Victorious team, will empower the youth and provide safe environments where they can grow and thrive while learning how to manage time, work in a team setting, set goals, start conversations, facilitate meetings, build new friendships, and have effective communication; all of which are positive life skills that they will carry into adulthood.
Teens will be guided and supported in “developing the ability to analyze their own strengths and weaknesses, set personal and professional goals, and have the self-esteem, confidence, motivation, and abilities to carry them out in life.
We strongly believe – that there is a potential leader in every teen but not everyone knows how to unleash that leader and most of the time low self-esteem plays part in sabotaging teens’ potential.
We also believe that young people struggling with social anxiety can become leaders and transform their lives when caring adults take the time to give them meaningful feedback while supporting in building their self-confidence and self-esteem.
This Be Victorious Teen Leadership Program has been designed with the total understanding of the struggles our youth are currently facing and we strongly focus on self-love, empathy, and compassion while breaking the normal and becoming Victorious! #BeVictorious
The program is donation-based and will offer transformational leadership workshops for teens. The 2 days workshops are designed to support the needs of teens, and our coaches provide a safe, engaging, and inspirational environment for profound transformation.
This program is conducted over two days, (Saturday-Sunday) followed by one month of coaching by phone or zoom, and concluding with a graduation ceremony. Students must complete both training days and the month of coaching in order to graduate.
The program consists of the following:
Through carefully guided exercises and activities, the teens will:
The powerful tools and skills gained through this experience will allow the teens to have a profound transformation in their lives and create unlimited possibilities for themselves.
The workshop is both interactive and personalized, so each workshop will take on the unique qualities of the participants. Generally, the topics that are discussed include:
The Liza Maribel Foundation cares about providing valuable resources for parents that could support them build better relationships with their teens through some valuable articles and resources.
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