Not enough time…Rushed? Overwhelmed?
You are not alone. Time is one of the most valuable resources you have at your disposal. When there is a child involved, it’s inevitable you want to make the most of it.
With juggling demands, divided time and feeling challenged to give the quality attention to work, children, partners and yourself, you can feel like you are not doing anything well.
At hoogi, we help you cut through the noise from the busyness of daily life and help you hone the leadership skills that matter most in creating quality time and connection with your children.
Do what you do everyday with more impact and less effort. You are already stretched in time, energy and resources. Our products are about how you get more out of your time, increase quality and feel happier throughout your day and more importantly how to teach this to your children.
Torn between a system that is demanding and a classroom full of children that you only want to do your best by, how do you navigate the overwhelming responsibilities and demands on your time, whilst still being innovative and at the forefront of your field? We teach you the ins and outs of how you can create more space and more capacity to bring out the best in your kids by developing a culture of thinking in your classroom.
About Dina Cooper
Obsessed with thinking and how our minds work, Dina works with passionate Parents and Teachers to develop a culture of thinking. This means both the thinking of the group or family as a whole, as well as each member, is valued, seen and actively encouraged. This creates a real sense of working together and creates a culture of co-creating life and ideas. This contributes to everyone’s daily quality of life.
Blogs and Articles by Dina Cooper
Melina was at her breaking point. With three kids and a full time job she was stretched and struggling.
How to manage the wrath of emotions following a battle with your strong willed child.
When life keeps dropping you hints to change your work.
And there’s that gnawing feeling inside that won’t go away.