Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work® is Sparking Aha! Moments with Barnet Bain!

Barnet BainAlbert Einstein once said that creativity is intelligence having fun. Award-winning Producer and Director Barnet Bain gives us the techniques we need to get the most out of our creative selves.

The lessons, tools and techniques he offers serve to open untapped reservoirs of creativity in every individual, whether it’s in jump-starting a new project or business, creating a work of art, experiencing more fulfilling relationships or making other dreams come true.

Barnet has created a uniquely tailored set of assets for Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work® Day. They include:

  • Support for young people and their parents to charge up their creative mojo
  • Learning how to get your imaginative juices flowing
  • Powerful and fun techniques and exercises that create bridges of communication between parents and kids

To download Barnet’s Activity Guides, click the images below.

About Barnet: Author, film-maker and educator Barnet Bain’s film credits include “Milton’s Secret” (director, writer) starring Donald Sutherland and Michelle Rodriguez and based on the book by Eckhart Tolle (in theaters Fall 2016), Oscar-winner “What Dreams May Come” (producer), Emmy-award nominee “Homeless to Harvard” (executive producer) and “The Celestine Prophecy” (producer, writer). Barnet is the author of “The Book of Doing and Being: Rediscovering Creativity in Life, Love and Work,” (Atria, 2015). For more info, visit www.BarnetBain.com

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About the Author:

Carolyn McKecuen has been the Chief Executive Officer of Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work® (TODASTW) Foundation since 2007. She played an integral role as a consultant in the Take Our Daughters To Work Day’s creation in 1992. Carolyn uses her expertise, leadership, and collaboration in business development and communications to advocate for changes in social policy and public awareness on behalf of youth. On April 24, 2014, during the 22nd annual TODASTW Day, 39 million participants at over 3 million workplaces took part in the time-honored tradition of taking their child, a neighbor's child, or relative's child to the workplace.

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