The Most Important Global Values For Children to Learn and Live


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Adventures of the Tornado Kid is written by Rakesh Malhotra, a world-traveled values-based leader who specializes in human behavior. As a result of working, living and traveling around the world to nearly 40 countries, Rakesh realized that performance and overall human behavior was similar across all cultures worldwide. This sparked a lifelong fascination with the connection between human behavior and core values. Rakesh has authored numerous human values and performance management related articles and delivered presentations on similar topics.

In Adventures of the Tornado Kid, Rakesh utilized his experiences and vast research on human behavior and values to create an intimate observation of the lives of two children with opposing upbringings. He shares crucial techniques to help all of us impart basic human values among today’s youth.

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The Most Important Global Values For Children to Learn and Live

  1. 1. Let’s LIVE in a society that is WORTH LIVING FOR
  2. 2. VALUES“are not just WORDSVALUES are whatLIVE BYwe ”
  3. 3. Values…Are beliefs important to an individual, family,society, or civilization.
  4. 4. Values… Give direction to an individual, family, society, civilization……and are the guiding philosophy to livepeacefully in any society.
  5. 5. Values…Are the key to enduring relationships.
  6. 6. Values…Shape our behaviour.
  7. 7. Values…Determine how people interpret and respondto any given situation.
  8. 8. Actions are determined by emotions… And emotions are influenced by values.
  9. 9. No matter your religion, cast, community,age, gender, or race…
  10. 10. …Love, Compassion, Peace, Integrity,Respect, and Responsibility are…GLOBAL VALUES
  11. 11. Love An intense feeling of deep affection; A great interest and pleasure in something.
  12. 12. CompassionSympathetic pity andconcern for the sufferingsor misfortunesof others.
  13. 13. Peace Freedom from disturbance; quiet and tranquility; Mental calm; serenity.
  14. 14. Integrity The quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness.
  15. 15. RespectDue regard for the feelings,wishes, rights, or traditions ofothers.
  16. 16. Responsibility A moral obligation to behave correctly toward or in respect of.
  17. 17. When we are born,our mind is blank, innocent, and it can’t differentiate between good and bad.
  18. 18. Values are gradually formed from ourparents’ teachings and childhoodexperiences.
  19. 19. What is important to you? What values are necessary to integrate within your family, your home, your contribution to society? What do you value?Why is it important that your children be taught values?
  20. 20. Values make us…STRONGER
  21. 21. Values determine our… FUTURE
  22. 22. Values guide us toward…
  23. 23. Children need exposure to values being “lived”Living Values are more than just rules and‘should do’s’ but values that your childrensee alive and well in the home.
  24. 24. As a parent, teacher,citizen or leader…We must take the responsibility todemonstrate those values to our children ineveryday life.
  25. 25. As a parent, teacher, citizen or leader…We must teach children to understandand respect diversity, spread love and livepeacefully.
  26. 26. By incorporating these values into our dailylives And imparting their importance to our children…
  27. 27. We can put an END to BULLYING ANGER VIOLENCE
  28. 28. Make your mind peaceful and calm. Mental Fitness Physical Fitness Self Development Yoga Learning Social Skills Meditation Love What You Do Work Out Express Gratitude Eat Healthy
  29. 29. Values empower you with great benefits.Increase Self Confidence, Decrease Anxiety,Enthusiasm, Energy, and Fear, Stress, andHappiness AngerClear Focus – Discipline – Good Sleep – Great Health
  30. 30. Rakesh Malhotra About his Book What influences our performance? Why do some of us perform at higher levels than others? How do the core values we are taught as children guide us in our lives? What makes humans act badly? These are questions that Rakesh has pondered for several years throughout his professional and personal life. Passionately determined to uncover the mystery of human behavior, Rakesh embarks on a soulful journey that explores the life of two children born into different families with very different values. As the tender-hearted story unfolds so do the answers to these questions that perplex many of us who work with, teach, or simply love our children.
  31. 31. Rakesh Malhotra About his Book Rakesh provides readers with an intimate observation of children, with opposing upbringings, and provides techniques that can help all of us impart basic human values among today’s youth. Five core values are illustrated which demonstrate tools for empowering and inspiring children to become responsible adults. The story explores the vital roles these values play in helping us to raise strong, energetic, and determined individuals – individuals who are capable of controlling their emotions and achieving success in all facets of life, including, education, career, and relationships.
  32. 32. Rakesh Malhotra About the AuthorRakesh’s fascination regardingthe connection between humanbehavior and core values wassparked many years ago.Working his way up from anentry-level sales job to that of aseasoned COO, Rakesh claims toowe his success to the people heleads and is dedicated todeveloping. Having worked,lived, or travelled to more than40 countries, Rakesh realizes thatperformance and overall humanbehavior is similar across allcultures.
  33. 33. Rakesh Malhotra About the AuthorRakesh Malhotra, founder of Five GlobalValues, world travelled, values drivenbusiness leader who specializes inorganization behavior. Rakesh’sfascination with the connection betweenhuman behavior and core values wassparked many years ago. As a result ofworking, living, and travelling around theworld to nearly forty countries, Rakeshrealized that the Five Global Valuesdetermine overall human behavioracross all cultures. Rakesh resides inChicago and is the proud father of asixteen year old boy and a husband to aloving, compassionate wife. Both he andhis family are dedicated to fostering adeep sense of peace, love andcommunity.
  34. 34. About Five Global ValuesThe purpose of FiveGlobal Values is to createawareness about theimportance of living byhuman values to gainrespect, self confidence,trust, happiness, andwisdom and to providetechniques that can helpparents impart basichuman values in theirchildren.
  35. 35. “People are often unreasonable and self-centered. Forgive them anyway.If you are kind, people may accuse you of ulterior motives. Be kind anyway.If you are honest, people may cheat you. Be honest anyway.If you find happiness, people may be jealous. Be happy anyway.The good you do today may be forgotten tomorrow. Do good anyway.Give the world the best you have and it may never be enough. Give your best anyway.For you see, in the end, it is between you and God.It was never between you and them anyway.”– Mother Teresa
  36. 36. VALUES“are not just WORDSVALUES are whatLIVE BYwe ”
  37. 37. Take Action! Choice is Yours