Coming Home To Your Inner Child

What did you love doing as a kid that you’ve given up as an adult?

Think about it. When you were a kid, you had no limitations in your imagination, no concept of what failure was. You simply loved what you loved and were willing to give your all to the things that made you feel excited to be alive. You felt free to ask any and all questions you had, and if a problem came up, you would try whatever it took to work through. You didn't worry about what others thought or if what you were doing would be acceptable. You just did it, freely and with the beautiful passion of a child.  

When did you lose all that? When did you start caring about what others thought? When did you begin to limit yourself? When did you start trying to control or even suppress your passion and your excitement to live life to the fullest every day? Was it societal standards? People telling you what was what? A series of experiences? 

What if you let go of what you thought you should be doing and came back to the place that once lit you up? You get to have both “adulting” and childlike wonder in your life. What does this look like for you?


Let me help you rediscover your inner child and find out how to bring that child back to life again within your heart! You will be amazed by how much your life can shift by just bringing back a bit of childlike wonder to your adult eyes. 

As the founder of PLAYOLOGY, Kai is the head PLAYOLOGIST, Executive Leadership Coach and Team Building Consultant.  He has over 15 years of experience in leadership development and brings a tremendous amount of knowledge in the areas of leadership presence and effectiveness, team building, millennial management, employee engagement and organizational culture.

As the go to millennial expert, he is passionate about bridging the communication and cultural gap between executives, directors, owners and millennials. Using play as the vehicle for change, he has created a unique way of improving understanding, trust and communication between the generations and teams.


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