Interview Questions

  • What makes your books different than other nursery rhyme books?
  • You spoke about the science of epigenetics. How would you summarize what that is?
  • How would you explain to parents that they are sabotaging their children’s future?
  • You talk about brainwashing, which seems a bit harsh. Explain what you mean by that.
  • What do your books offer parents, or more importantly children, that others do not?
  • You talk about helping create the next great generation, which sounds more like a movement. Tell us more about that.
  • When empowering toddlers you mentioned you teach them to walk on marshmallows. Tell us what you mean by that.
  • You stated the self-help industry has been focusing on the wrong generation. Tell us more about that.
  • I would love my kids to be lifelong learners as would most any parent. How do you books help achieve that goal?
  • You mentioned how hard it is for adults to change. Why is that?
  • When you stated that reading nursery rhymes can help my child get into college it seems like a stretch. Explain what you mean by that.
  • When telling parents they should read your books to their children are you telling them to no longer read stories like Jack and Jill and Humpty Dumpty?