Episode 013: Kathy Mellor – The Importance of Being a Hero

Kathy is the mother of six and the mentor to hundreds of youth.  For the last nine years she has had the opportunity of training parents to be mentors with the Leadership Education Mentoring Institute (LEMI), which specializes in the unique (and sometimes terrifying) teen years. In addition to being a trainer for LEMI, she also travels all over the country doing Unleashing Your Voice! public speaking and debate seminars and offers an online monthly webinar series called Mentoring the One. She provides one-on-one mentoring online for homeschooling success, finding mission, entrepreneurship, writing, public speaking, and life coaching.

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Find Kathy on Facebook, and at unleashingyourvoice.com

A few things we discussed in this episode:

How family culture is like a garden

The Hero with a Thousand Faces (The Collected Works of Joseph Campbell) (Afflink)

We are all heroes

Learn what a hero’s journey or cycle looks like

The difference between tests, trials, and traps in the hero’s journey

How to be an example of a hero

How to cultivate your family vision

Why Am I Here?

Where to find heroes

Unleashingyourvoice.com <–Kathy’s Site

NYTimes “The Stories That Bind Us”

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About the author, Jodi

I live in Richmond, Virginia with my husband, Michael, and our four young kids. We homeschool, and work remotely, so I guess we may take this on the road some day! I have a bachelor's degree from George Mason University in Health Promotion Studies, but I attended five different universities before finally finishing while I was expecting my third baby! I'm a returned missionary from the Hawaii Honolulu Mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I'm sort of a jack-of-all-trades-master-of-none, but I do enjoy reading personal development and parenting books, finding new ways to enjoy exercising, and learning more about being an entrepreneur.

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