Best selling book written about parenting and success is changing the world
REGION – What if you can conquer all of your life’s goals by implementing the simplest approach to creating the life that you know that you deserve? Well a 28 year old bachelor who has never had children has discovered how … by observing children. “Lessons from the Little Ones,” has been utilized across the world and is being practiced by thousands of people on a daily basis. We all have and used these lessons, however; as we grew older they have been forgotten. Come along a remarkable journey that challenges and inspires you to discover and free your inner child, written by the most unconventional author.
Nicholas Britton of Miami, is traveling the country on a book tour and pursuing a public speaking career. Nicholas received a Bachelor’s of Science in Education and a Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology from Norwich University in Vermont and received his Masters of Education from The University of Vermont in 2014.
Nick Britton has served multiple positions in his career, however; being a preschool teacher in New England was one of the greatest. He served as an advocate at the state level for children and special education. He has several professional publications, hosts weekly networking events, and has given public speaking engagements in multiple regions of the country.
This is Nick’s second book, with the first being called “Children Know Success. Do You?” This concept of learning from children has disrupted the education field and the self-help category within Amazon. He has received endorsements from many high profile athletes, including Olympians, members of the NFL, NHL, local politicians, and influencers across the globe. Nick is active on all social media accounts, and has established a following of over 100,000 fans.
A former college football player where he won several championships, Nick stills enjoy working out and the game of football. He has started several companies, and currently owns several real estate properties in several states. His community involvement through the years started at a young age when he received the rank of Eagle Scout, to volunteering for the Special Olympics, and still advocates and donates to many Veteran non profits.