“I’ve always helped people through my entire career, and after many years of helping most people in their 30s and 40s, I had this thought:
“What if they already knew how to handle their own problems? What if someone had taught them the right tools when they were six years old and not 30 or 40? How independent and confident would they be the day today?”.
I have myself used many years trying to love myself completely, and I wish I had someone teaching me how when I was little. So why not show the children today how to love themselves and how to relate and treat other people? How will they grow knowing this from an early age?
I have, therefore, created PAF to form future generations to be more independent and believe in themselves and their worth. PAF is what’s needed in the school system. Teaching children to use their strengths every day should be just as normal as teaching them math. PAF can help them throughout their entire life and is the best investment a school can ever make.”