Are You Ready to Transform Your Teen’s Decision-Making Skills?

Unlock the Power of Decision Making:

A Revolutionary Class for Teens

with Decision Coaches Amy Day & Kristen Jawad

Saturday, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM PST | March 16, 2024 | SPEEA Everett Hall, 2414 106th St SW, Everett, WA 98204

Is Your Teen at a Crossroads?

Have you ever watched your child stand at life’s crossroads, seemingly lost in an endless mess of choices or caught in a whirlwind of confusion?
The world today throws a maze of decisions at our kids – from academic choices to life’s big milestones. The weight of these decisions can lead to frustration, paralysis, and overwhelm. But what if there was a way to turn this chaos into clarity?
Embark on a Journey of Empowerment and Confidence!

Introducing Our Teen Decision Making Class

Empowering Your Teen with the Tools for Life’s Complex Decisions

In our Teen Decision Making Class, we don’t just teach decision-making; we revolutionize it. We blend decades of decision science, brain-based learning, and coaching techniques into an engaging, game-based curriculum that speaks to every learner – auditory, kinesthetic, and visual.

More about the class…

Why Our Class is Different:

Gamified Learning Experience: Through interactive and engaging activities, your teen won’t just learn; they’ll live the lessons.

Expert-Curated Curriculum: Drawing from the best of decision science and coaching techniques for activated learning.

Tailored to All Learning Styles: Whether your teen is a visual learner, an auditory listener, or a hands-on doer, our class has something for everyone.

Meet Your Coaches

Amy Day

Clarity4Action Co-Founder and Decision Coach Amy Day

Amy Day holds a certification in Decision Education, Counseling, and Advising from Stanford University Continuing Studies and serves as a Board Member of the Society of Decision Professionals. With over 20 years of experience in decision education, she specializes in teaching young people and the adults who care about them HOW to make great decisions. She teaches courses through Fortune 500 company partnerships, community organizations, schools, and Clarity4Action-hosted classes.


Kristen Jawad

Clarity4Action Co-Founder and Facilitator 

Kristen Jawad holds a Master’s degree in curriculum and instruction and has advanced training in compassionate communication, restorative justice, evocative coaching & life coaching. As a BodyMind educator, she believes in the value of understanding how you think, feel and learn.  As a parent of two emerging adults, she has witnessed the magic that occurs when a person dreams big, believes in themself & takes action.

What Your Teen Will Learn:

Overcoming Decision Anxiety:

Techniques to stay calm and focused, even in challenging situations.

Strategic Decision Making:

Understanding the importance of weighing options and foreseeing consequences.

Strategic Decision Making:

Understanding the importance of weighing options and foreseeing consequences.

Self-Discovery and Values:

Connecting with their inner self to make choices that align with their values.

Future Readiness:

Preparing them for an uncertain future with confidence and resilience.

Future Readiness:

Preparing them for an uncertain future with confidence and resilience.

Join Us on March 16th:

Class Price $67 per student


Date – Sat. March 16, 2024  |  Time – 9 AM to 4 PM  |  Location – SPEEA Hall, Everett, Washington

Join us for a transformative one-day session where your teen(s) will immerse themselves in interactive, game-based learning designed to cater to diverse styles and preferences.

This full-day experience, priced at $67 per student, is aimed at enhancing decision-making abilities in a supportive and dynamic environment.

Please choose the number of class participants during checkout.
*** Parents and guardians are not required to purchase tickets. However, should seating be available, we kindly ask that you sit towards the back to enable full participation of the students.***

Secure your teen’s spot in our class and witness them transform into confident, decisive individuals.

Parental Peace of Mind:

Imagine knowing that your child is equipped with the skills to navigate life’s choices. Our class is more than just a learning experience; it’s a stepping stone to a brighter, more assured future.

Your Teen’s Future Starts Here:

Decisions shape destiny. Equip your teen with the tools to shape their future wisely.

Frequently Asked Questions

About the Class

If I have an emergency, is there a refund policy?

We understand that emergencies can arise. While our standard refund policy is outlined in our terms and conditions, we also recognize that life can be unpredictable. If you encounter an emergency during the course, please reach out to our support team at, and we will do our best to work with you on a case-by-case basis to find a suitable solution.

What should my student bring to class?

Everyone has unique dietary needs. Students should bring their own lunch to ensure they are well fed. We can’t guarantee the ability to refrigerate lunches at SPEEA Hall so plan accordingly. If your student has favorite writing utensils or a notebook that makes them feel more comfortable and engaged, they are welcome to bring them but it is not necessary.

What is provided during the class?

We will provide workbooks, pens and pencils, and other classroom supplies. Boeing Leadership Network & Ed Wells Partnership will be providing snacks and drinks for us to enjoy.

Can parents attend?

We’ll be offering a 45-minute overview and Q&A for parents over Zoom. On March 16th, our hope is to create a space where we can focus fully on student learning, creativity, and fun.

Reach out to with questions about attending class with your child.

What is the age range of the class?

This class is for teens, but maturity levels vary. You know your child best, so please consider if they’re ready for an all-day class focused on life planning. Our goal is to ensure a positive and impactful experience for all.

What will my teen learn in the class?

We focus on teaching students HOW to make decisions that align with their identity, values, and goals, rather than dictating what those decisions should be. The class involves active learning to equip students with a repeatable decision framework and tools they can apply to any decision.