Episode 27

Published on:

7th Apr 2023

Episode 27 - Janet Krebs - Queen of POP

Episode 27 - Janet Krebs - Queen of POP

Janet Krebs

Janet Krebs is a thirty-plus-year educator turned passionate parenting strategist. She has influenced the lives of more than six thousand students, fostering confidence, self-reliance, and self-esteem Today Janet helps families restore fun and intention in confident parenting. If you ask her, she will say she is living her dream.

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Free gift: I always love to serve with a 30 minute session to see if there are any strategies that can be implemented immediately. Please schedule from my website: https://janetkrebs.com

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Bringing Education Home
Helping families develop inside and outside the box!
Bringing Education Home is hosted by Herb and Kristina, founders of Vibrant Family Education. Each week they explore topics that help entrepreneur families develop more fully into the family they want to become by discussing education alternatives and educating the whole family/child.
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Kristina Heagh-Avritt

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Kristina was a public school teacher for 27 years. The last 2 years were spent in an online school made for those students with medical needs, competition schedules or other reasons that the regular classroom was not a good fit. With this combined experience, a marriage of 30+ years and being an entrepreneur she is able to discuss a variety of topics with guests.

Herbert Heagh-Avritt

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Herbert has had a varied career from business management, working in the semi-conductor industry and being an entrepreneur for most of his life. His vast experience in a variety of areas makes for wisdom and knowledge that shines forth through his creative ideas and "outside-the-box" thinking.