Baby Talk – Infant and Toddler Speech Development

I’m admittedly a little biased on this one.  OK… I’m very biased…

My gorgeous and amazing wife, who is a speech and language development expert, has just unveiled a shiny new downloadable audio program intended for parents of infants and toddlers.

Now… I’ve actually lived through the development of this material. Our beautiful 3-year-old daughter is one of the most articulate and verbal children I’ve ever seen in my life. So, not only do I know it works, but I’ve been encouraging Jill for nearly 10 years now to help other people understand this material.

Who Would Benefit From This?

If you’re an expectant parent or if there’s an infant, toddler, or preschooler in your life, you don’t want to miss out on this information. Until I married Jill, I was unaware of how significant the speech and language development of a baby was to their intellectual and — get this — even their physiological brain development.  That’s right, what you do in your interactions with your little one can actually affect the way their brain gets wired as it forms and develops.

Complex Made Simple

Jill is one of the few people that I know who has that rare ability to take volumes of information and distill it down to something simple and actionable. So, while there’s a healthy amount of research and high level info for those that want to sink their teeth into it, anyone will find this useful. She provides very simple tips and techniques you can use to help your child develop.

The bottom line? If you want to set your child up for the greatest possible success, wire their brain from birth! Check out Baby Talk and Beyond: The Power & Promise of First Words.

Oh… and be sure to tell her I sent ya.  Points like that are invaluable!

The Motorcycle Jones

It doesn’t have much to do with business (or does it? hmmmm…), but my good friend Bill Sanders is on a meandering motorcycle trip and is reporting about it on his blog. He left from his home in Northern California on Monday and is making some scheduled stops before starting to wander aimlessly.

Every motorcyclist’s dream trip.

Reading about it is both joy and torture. Makes me wish I had a bike.