Inspirational speaker Craig Zablocki showed attendees at last week’s NISD educational foundation dinner just why Jesus said that a little child should lead them.
Speaking with Navasota News before he spoke, Zablocki accurately predicted only about five percent of the audience would say they could paint a picture, as compared with nearly all kindergarteners.
“And based on this informal study,” he continues, “you tell me , who has more self esteem?”
The foundational issue, he explained, is that most adults have been taught to live with the fear of being inadequate or incomplete, as compared with young kids who haven’t been indoctrinated yet.
The result, Zablocki said is that most kids are more like verbs, whereas most adults are more like nouns.
The packed-out Grimes County Expo Center attendees now join nearly a million people around the world, including corporations like Microsoft and the Mayo Clinic, to benefit from author Zablocki’s transformational message.