Children of Today,
Leaders of Tomorrow
Imagine this, every morning when our kids wake up, they feel radiantly alive, and happy. No matter what happens during their day, they have the confidence, resilience and inspiration to live life to the fullest.
That is the world we are committed to creating.
Empowering kids through self-leadership...
If you want to build a ship, don't drum up others to gather up wood, divide the work, and give orders. Instead, teach them to yearn for the vast and endless sea...
Meet our founder - Peter J. Liang
What I believe...
“Be the author of your own life!” This is the message I have been teaching kids throughout the world for more than ten years.
When we journal, we are tapping into three authentic powers. The Power of Now, as a way to enter into the present moment awareness; the power of I AM, as a way to manifest life's purpose and aspirations; and the Power of Reflection, as a way to grow and learn from our mistakes.
With great love and respect, I ask you to help a child develop the daily habit of journaling. It's one of the most powerful and profound gifts you can give to a child. Thank you.
Peter J. Liang
founder @leadership4kids, father of two
Peter J. Liang - Biography
American business executive and best-selling author, Peter J. Liang is the founder of Leadership4Kids, a New York based company committed to helping kids cultivate authentic leadership skills (i.e. confidence, self-awareness, courage, grit, gratitude, etc), through the power of journaling.
Peter was exposed to Eastern mindfulness at an early age and integrates its teachings with Western leadership practices gained as business executive and tech entrepreneur. Using this unique blend of East and West, for the past ten years, Peter worked extensively with local communities to help kids develop leadership skills as self-awareness, confidence, courage, and gratitude so kids can flourish and live a radiant, abundant, and joyful life.
As the creator of Leadership4Kids Journals, Peter has been called "a master of the motivational" and lectures extensively on topic of children's leadership development and mindfulness practices, around the world.
Peter holds an M.B.A. from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Science degree from Stony Brook University. A long-time practitioner of Tai-Chi, which forms the foundation of his leadership embodiment practice, Peter has also been trained in various other embodiment practices such as Alexander Technique, Dr. Paul Linden's Being-in-Movement, and Philip Shepheard's TEPP.