NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, Move This World, the nations’ leading provider of social emotional learning programs for PreK-12 kids, families, and schools, is announcing season three of Move This World with Sara: Conversations in Social Emotional Learning. The new season will focus on how famous business leaders, politicians, artists and their families have used social emotional learning (SEL) to navigate challenges, ruptures, struggles, achievements, and dreams. It explores how they and their families have leaned on their SEL skills - or lack thereof - to move forward.
“Identify what frightens you, and instead of running away and avoiding it, run toward it,” Presidential candidate Carly Fiorina explains to Sara Potler LaHayne, Founder & CEO of Move This World and host of Move This World with Sara. “Deal with it. Confront it. Do it,” says Carly.
Since launching in 2020, the podcast has seen a 4025% growth in listeners across 59 countries. The new season features weekly episodes that build capacity for social emotional learning as Sara and her guests discuss the moments that changed their lives forever. Other guests include Tony-nominated Broadway performer Daniel J. Watts, Executive Director of Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation Maya Enista Smith, and more.
“It’s critical that we position these conversations within families and core relationships because those relationships are so crucial for our own social emotional growth and wellbeing. It’s unique to get to have these kinds of intimate conversations with public figures and their family members,” says LaHayne.
Listen to Move This World with Sara: Conversations in Social Emotional Learning here or on your favorite streaming platforms.
About Sara Potler LaHayne and Move This World
Sara LaHayne is the Founder & CEO of Move This World, a social emotional learning program that provides PreK-12 students, educators and families with multimedia experiences empowering students to navigate the rapidly changing realities of their world - both in the classroom and throughout their lives. A life-long dancer and former professional performer, Sara LaHayne authored, implemented, and evaluated the original Move This World curriculum fourteen years ago as a Fulbright Scholar in Bogotá, Colombia. Each piece of educational content is delivered through short interactive lessons and is grounded in the goal of empowering students to navigate the rapidly changing realities of their world – both in the classroom and throughout their lives. Move This World has already impacted the lives of over two million students across 42 states. Learn more at: movethisworld.com.