Andrew Read – Deeper Connections

This week’s episode is another amazing graduate interview, this time with Andrew Read! Andrew was one of Tatiana’s scholars when she mentored Shakespeare while she was in college. Andrew gained a strong sense of patriotism and the love of history and the English language through his experiences in the LEMI projects, but more than that, […]

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Lynne Nielsen – First Things First

Family. Community. Leadership. Lynne Nielsen puts first things first. Join us for this week’s episode where we talk about how Lynne started homeschooling, how she found Leadership Education, and how she founded two communities. We also talked about her school’s junior program – something I know many communities are interested in learning more about! And

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Michelle Kelly – Environments of Growth

Michelle is not just an experienced homeschooler but also a dedicated LEMI (Leadership Education Mentoring Institute) trainer who possesses a wealth of knowledge and insights to offer. Over the years, she has served as a mentor for numerous projects and plays a pivotal role as a trainer for Quest 3, a program that takes educational

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Classic Call – How Liber Are You?

Have you ever wondered what it truly means to be “liber”? With Leadership Education and LEMI, we’re passionate about exploring the concept of “liber” education. So, let me ask you this: How deeply have you dived into your educational journey? And more importantly, why do you aspire to invest in your education to attain that

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Aneladee Milne – The 4 Types of Education

Education serves as the foundation for all aspects of our society. It forms the bedrock of communication and culture. In this week’s podcast with Aneladee Milne, we delve into the realm of educational theory, exploring the four primary types: perennialism, essentialism, progressivism, and existentialism. We will examine these theories through the lens of three critical

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Kaylie O’Harra – Community, Mentors, Classics

Meet Kaylie O’Harra, a dynamic and inspiring woman whose journey from rodeo queen to successful entrepreneur and loving mom has been shaped by the transformative power of her LEMI education. Kaylie’s love for classic literature has guided her path, offering wisdom on love, resilience, and human nature. Her story underscores the importance of community and

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Heidi Christianson – Two Worlds Collide

I couldn’t keep hiding in the shadows any longer. Tati insisted it was time to spill the beans, so here’s my tale. My lifelong dance with the traditional education system has been nothing short of a rocky road, even when I was firmly entrenched in it as a college instructor and charter school teacher. My

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Kerrie Fairchild – A Parent’s Impact

I had a hard time figuring out what to name this episode. Kerrie is a good friend of mine. She “graduated” many years ago. I’ve been blessed to watch her take Leadership Education and everything she learned with LEMI and share it with so many people and build on it! She was instrumental in starting

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Classic Call – Seeing in Forms

Forms. We talk about them a lot in LEMI. It is definitely a topic that we can go over and over and learn more each time. In this Classic Call, Tiffany Earl shares how to see forms more clearly, know what forms are, and how to understand the behind the scenes belief so you can

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Sterling Nielsen – The Value of a LEMI Education

Vision, Mission, Mentors, Classics. Want to hear about how they can impact a student? Sterling Nielsen is currently in college and he took an hour out of his busy schedule to share about how his the education he received via the LEMI projects impacted, not just his college, but the trajectory of his life. We

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