Turn your child's interests into

LONG-TERM, MARKETABLE TALENT

(We'll show you how)

How do you know if your child's current interests are worth it?

You've invested hours into weekly piano lessons - her posture is good, she's got the finger positioning down, the plunking of keys every afternoon is beginning to sound like music. Is it worth it?


He begged to play basketball and proved to be pretty decent at it.  You give up family dinner time for weeknight practice and cheer from the sidelines every weekend in order to support your young player. Will it matter?


Maybe it's a technology interest.  HTML, JavaScript, Python ... those are valuable, right? You just need to figure out what direction they should take with it and what path they should follow.


Here's the secret to knowing if their interest is worth pursuing:

  • What if by the time your child graduated from high school, he had a valuable skillset that was actually PROFITABLE, one that could help pay his way through college, showcase a portfolio of skills, and/or land him his dream job?
  • What if her passion was something that served not just her own personal desires, but was something specifically sought after by your friends and relatives, and she had the opportunity to serve the needs of others?
  • What if his long-term talent was something that didn't mean your family was spread in different directions every weeknight, sacrificing the family dinner for yet another soccer practice?

If their interest or passion could lead to all of that, it's worth pursuing!


There's a strategy to make that happen... if you start early enough.

We'll show you how.

Your child has talent and potential.


Once you learn how to identify, develop and get the knack of building talent, your child's focus will be intense.


His passion will be triggered. He'll be fueled with excitement and energized to take control of his own future.


We're doing this with our 9 children (ages 6 to 24) - scroll down to see what they're doing.


Do this by developing lifelong skills and talent that brings real value to others.


It begins with igniting a passion.  We will show you how you can do that.

Can your child's interest become a valuable talent?

Download our Interests Worksheet to Find Out!

Stop breaking your family's time and budget!

Start building something valuable for the future! 

Once you identify the interest using our worksheet, it's time to follow the plan:

The end result is that your child will:


  • be years ahead and loaded with motivation (by following our plan to ensure that the talent makes sense for your family and your child)
  • have a clear idea of what the next five years will look like by age 18
  • naturally surround himself with mentors and cheerleaders
  • be challenged, stretched, valued
  • bypass those troubling years
  • That's part of STEP TWO (curious? Scroll down to find out what's involved.)


How do you find your child's interests? START HERE


Our Story

Meet Jonathan and Renee Harris.

Husband & wife team, Jonathan and Renee, have over 20 years of experience homeschooling their kids while running an online handcrafted skin care business. 


When their eldest son turned 12, it became very clear to them that they did not want their children to just fill up buckets of knowledge for each school grade.


They experimented with making their son’s traditional study materials support the development of a marketable talent that made sense to his strengths,abilities, and unique drive. 


By the time he graduated from high school, he already had his own aerial drone business and was able to fully support himself financially. 


Jonathan & Renee have since graduated four more of their nine children to create their own unique paths through careful guidance of talent development.


Over the past 12 years, they’ve fine-tuned and developed a strategy dubbed “Parent Their Passion.”

The strategy is used to create a compelling and irresistible unique portfolio of the value of a child’s talent. 


They now coach other parents through the step-by-step method that can be used with any child, of any type of personality.


And they’re passionate about it.


Now it's time to meet the fruit of our labors:

How We Worked The Parent Their Passion Method with our Children:

building talent as a drone photographer at an early age

Jonathan Harris Jr

The Drone Operator


Jonathan Jr (age 24) had his eye behind a camera and his hands on a guitar at around the age of 14.  

He combined both passions to create videos.  


At 16, he bought his first drone, became talented at video editing, and by the time he graduated, was running his own business doing drone videography for realtors. He's now contracted by utility and cell companies to film power and cell lines.


He's been all across the United States with his business.



caleb harris forging a knife

Caleb Harris

The Machinest


Caleb (age 22) collected stones and agates as a child.

Studying gems and fine stones for jewelry opened the doors to apprentice with a couple of jewelry makers.


From there, he turned his passion for knife-making to create a forge in our garage. He built an Instagram following of over 13,000 people,  showcased his talent, and sold his handcrafted knives.


A knife company found him and hired him, and then he moved on to a successful machine company.


nicholas harris motorcyclist and coder

Nicholas Harris

The Tech Support Guy


Nicholas (age 20) is currently in demand as a computer coder, working both for a company that "fixes blogs" and for prestigious bloggers who need his technical help with all things related to the back end of websites.


His boss told us:  "After working with Nicholas for over 2 years, his coding and technical troubleshooting abilities are right up there with some of the best people I've come across in my career, many of them having decades more experience."


Motorcycles are his side passion.


Noelle cartoon profile

Noelle Harris

The Artist


Noelle (age 20) was passionate about drawing at a very young age. She started an Instagram account as a teenager, showcasing her talent.


We "hijacked" her curriculum to make it serve her artistic skills and passion, with great  success.


She's often commissioned by bloggers and podcasters to create digital images that reflect the company and the products they deliver.


Check out her website:

www.artbynoelleharris.com

Discover and Develop a Talent Today!

Download our Interests Worksheet.

Stop breaking your family's time and budget!

Start building something valuable for the future! 

Those who have watched the method in action, say this about it:


joshua sheats interviews jonathan harris about parenting passion

"It is the parent's responsibility to help their child develop the skills necessary to succeed in the modern age. There's little in mainstream education that shows teens to be happy, fulfilled and motivated.

 

Jonathan's ideas of talent development will help these teens be lightyears ahead of where many of their peers are."

Listen to his interview.

Joshua Sheats

Radical Personal finance

Tricia Hodges from HodgePodgeMom reviews parent their passion

"We really appreciate the specifics Jonathan  shared for each child - and showing us how it can all be pulled together within our business... 


We've started working on Graceanne's website again - getting a form put together to gather info for Instagram story covers. Graham was very much interested in finding out more about the polyglot world! Thank you for your ideas for tapping his passions."

Tricia Hodges

owner, hodge podge mom

Katie Kimball talks about Parenting with Passion

"My husband Kris talks about how amazing your son Nicholas and his skills are.


I can tell you that Kris, as someone who contracts IT work out to Nicholas, is a believer in your family! Your philosophy gets results!!!


It's awesome and actionable."


(Read Kris' comment above, under Nicholas.)

Katie Kimball

Why is Talent Development Important? Watch this video to find out.

Jonathan and Renee discuss the need to start with an interest, get past the frustration of having the initial novelty of the interest wear off (to the point where they might get bored with it), and then watch their motivation and passion come to life when they find that what they're doing is exciting and brings value to other people. Don't give up too soon! True talent is a process.

Once you identify the interest using our worksheet, it's time to follow the plan:

The end result is that your child will:


  • be years ahead and loaded with motivation (with even one idea from each pillar!)
  • have a clear idea of what the next five years will look like by age 18
  • naturally surround himself with mentors and cheerleaders
  • be challenged, stretched, valued
  • bypass those troubling years
  • That's part of STEP TWO (curious? Scroll down to find out what's involved.)


How do you find your child's interests? START HERE


PILLAR #1: IGNITE YOUR CHILD'S INNER MOTIVATION & PASSION

We'll help you identify your child's interests using your family's environment and goals. You'll be surprised at what gold you have right under your own roof.


PILLAR #2: SHOWCASE YOUR CHILD'S REAL VALUE

We'll teach you how to have your child act out their talent in a way that gives value to others.

Watch their Self-Esteem SOAR while helping other people.

PILLAR #3: BREAK AWAY FROM THE PACK

Talent-building involves decomposing broad ability into smaller skill sets and merging skills from other fields. Your child won't be spending time on meaningless activities like many of his peers.

Watch their Portfolio GROW.

PILLAR #4: FIND YOUR CHILD'S INNER FIRE EARLY

They will have full-blown marketable talent by the time they're 16, not 26.

Watch them enjoy High-Quality Friendships and NAIL their career path.

PILLAR #5: STEAL BACK YOUR CHILD'S TIME

Learn how to make your child's curriculum or online school feed their talent rather be enslaved by it.

Education becomes relevant!

Discover and Develop a Talent Today!

Download our Interests Worksheet.

Stop breaking your family's time and budget!

Start building something valuable for the future!