“Alan brings something unique to the conversation. A pioneer in his field [of coaching bright families], Alan brings a deep and sensitive insight into the worlds of bright children. A rare breed...”
— Dr Kirsten Baulch MBBS FRACGP GCBA. Parent of a gifted child. Director of Extension Education. www.ExtensionEducation.com.au
Designed exclusively for parents, educators, and professionals in Australia and Asia. A distilled and concentrated look at brightness, brilliance, capacity, and performance... using clear language delivered in bite-sized videos + bonus curated content and resources. Based on international research (Alan trained through the USA and Hong Kong), LifeArchitect.tv focuses on practical techniques applied to the latest findings. Get an expert, bird's-eye view on:
Alan D. Thompson is widely regarded as one of the world’s foremost gifted coaches. He specialises in working with individual high performers, entrepreneurs, and gifted families, and is an expert on brilliant performance in the arena of life.
Alan is the Chairman of Mensa International’s Gifted Youth Committee. Alan advises international media in the fields of giftedness and coaching, consulting to the award-winning series Decoding Genius for GE, Making Child Prodigies for ABC, and Child Genius for Warner Bros.
He is an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) with the International Coach Federation (ICF), working and training extensively through Singapore, Hong Kong, USA, and China. He is also a Certified Genius Coach (USA).
For more information, visit LifeArchitect.com.au
The course is about 2-3 hours of video + bonus resources (including PDFs, images, quizzes, and links). It has been cut up into small, digestible and organised segments, so you can refer back to it when questions about specific topics come up long after you’ve finished the course.
Some of this information can be found through white papers, research, and interviews with cross-cultural sources. A lot of Alan's practical tools are new and pioneering. The training course is designed to be as digestible (and practical) as possible.