We'll take your teen seriously and call them higher... just like you do.
We'll help your child approach daily tasks with fresh enthusiasm.
Less pushing and prodding from you and more initiative from your child.
This is a self-paced video course for teens who want their lives to count.
Your child can watch on their own schedule. Their access never expires.
Your life will be much easier and their life will be much more exciting.
The objective of our first session is to show your child why doing hard things as a young person is unbelievably important.
The second session is about helping your child answer the life-changing question: "How do I know which hard things God wants me to do?"
Our third session walks your child through the hardest part of doing hard things: taking that first scary step.
Our fourth session will teach your child a Bible-based, science-backed strategy for staying motivated and being more productive.
Our fifth session will give your child the practical tools they need to take control of their time and get stuff done.
When will registration re-open?
Registration opens only once or twice per year. Our next two enrollment periods will most likely be Decemer 2019 and June 2020.
What we don't have time for another class?
To be honest, we would think of this less as another "class" and more as a support system, where your child will be encouraged, re-invigorated, and coached to be more effective in all their other responsibilities.
In other words, we especially recommend DHTU to busy young people.
How much time does take?
DHTU is an entirely self-paced course. You can buy it today and use it whenever. There's no required "homework" outside of class. And your child won't miss out on anything if they need to take a break for exams or for the holidays.
That said, without any breaks a typical schedule might be 1-2 hours per week for six weeks while going through the teaching sessions.
Our goal isn't to load your child up with more "stuff." Our goal is to provide the practical, step-by-step support they need to be more effective in all that God has called them to do.
Is this a good fit for my child?
DHTU is a good fit if your child is a committed Christian between the ages of 14 and 24. Younger children may participate if they are self-motivated to do so. We do not recommend DHTU for children who are completely disinterested in living for God and making their teen years count.
If your child is unmotivated you may want to consider our Do Hard Things Conference Videos or our parenting course, Raising Kids to Do Hard Things. Those resources are designed to help you light that initial spark. DHTU is designed to fan that spark into flame.
Can the whole family participate?
Parents are always welcome to watch alongside their child (or even separately) for no additional charge. However, if you plan to have more than one student participating in the program (whether now or in the future), you will need to purchase our Family Pass, which is available on the checkout page.
What if we can't afford this?
We offer all our programs with a Pay-What-You-Can policy — which means no one will be turned away for a lack of funds. If you are a single parent family, missionaries on support, dealing with unemployment, or struggling financially for any legitimate reason, you may register for what you can honestly afford — down to $0. Click here for more information.
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