October 19, 2011

Today’s Choices Are Tomorrow’s Consequences

No matter what is happening in your life today, it doesn’t have to stay that way. Listen as Dani shares techniques that can make a difference in your personal and financial life starting now!

The government, media, and school systems have become parental advisers to this nation’s children and young adults. Especially with media exposure and messaging, not being strategic and purposeful will produce a deceived, confused, immoral, lazy people. Statistics prove corrupt, mainstream messaging is seeping in and the results are staggering.

Our nation’s moral compass is pointed due south, unless we choose to take action!

This is not about politics: It’s about learning how to discern right from wrong, as individuals and as a country. Our nations, our leaders, our destiny is in our homes! The future of the United States of America is in our schools; the future is sitting for hours on end in front of video games. It’s time to take responsibility for our identity, for our choices, and strategically press forward.

Who thinks Dani should be testifying in Washington, D.C. about Grooming The Next Generation? Well, until they call her down there, she’s calling out to you with her own words of wisdom. So be sure to listen to “The Dani Johnson Radio Talk Show” below and find out how you can do what the Congress cannot! Groom the next generation…for success. Remember, your change starts here!

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  1. jennifer November 21, 2011

    I had an abortion at the age of 19. I’m not proud that I did but I’ve come to terms with it and think that it is the best decision i could of made. I was a lost teenager, just moved to another province, didn’t know anyone and didn’t even know myself. I wasn’t done school and didn’t have any support, so you can just imagine the type of child I would of raised!! I don’t believe it would of been fair to raise a child, when I was such a mess as a human being at the time. Believe me I don’t encourage abortions and feel horrible that i did but I believe that if you are to bring a child into this world, at least have something to offer the child. Now that I think of it, I guess i could of put it up for an asoption, i didnt even think of it until now. Now I feel bad all over again :( I did learn from this experience though. To always use protection and to accept the consequences to my actions and find better solutions. If this would happen to me again, I would not have an abortion< i would give it up for adoption instead.

  2. Dee November 21, 2011

    Gracias Dani por toda tu ayuda!

  3. Olu June 24, 2012

    I hope you get to read this mail.
    Going through my copy of Grooming the next generation for success, I say THANK YOU!!!!!
    Now my son is 17, in high school and we plan for him to school in Europe. So how can we implement the dating principles you applied for Arika? How can we ensure purity in his life when he’s on his way out to college?
    Please reply.