– Mark Twain
- Lao Tzu
KindnessCan Change Lives
Radio personality and mom of 3 Jane Linley-Thomas and psychologist and author Paul Bushell share with us that as simple as it may sound, kindness as a core human value, can have a profound impact on the way people do life and work.
KindnessCan is a movement that shares the joy and power of kindness. It’s a movement for individuals, corporates, schools and communities from around the world to join. It’s a movement of Talks, Workshops, Activations, Podcasts, Blogs and Videos.
KindnessCan Corporate Workshops
KindnessCan offer a series of bespoke corporate engagements which speak to employee circumstances, worry, depression, anxiety and overwhelm. These engagements offer hands-on, practical and fun ways of dealing with the stressors that can stand in the way of personal and professional success.
KindnessCan School Workshops
KindnessCan also offers a holistic school program aimed at all school-going age groups. In school students already learn about mathematics, science, and history. KindnessCan would like to improve mental health and EQ by including kindness in daily school life.
Through conversation, relaxation techniques, breathing exercises and other methods to “help children nurture a kinder relationship with self, their emotions and in turn those around’
KindnessCan Teenage Workshops
KindnessCan offer a series of workshops for teenage girls and boys looking to build self-acceptance, self-esteem and self-love. These are seen as critical for growing EQ, coping skills and the resilience needed for managing many of the challenges that teenagers face.
KindnessCan Mom Talks & Workshops
KindnessCan offer a series of talks and workshops for moms looking to grow their relationship with themselves and their families. These are hands-on and practical discussions which cover various themes relating to motherhood and raising children.
Listen To Our Podcasts
Paul Bushell is a psychologist and author of the book #raisingkids To Thrive in a Constantly Changing World.
Jane Linley-Thomas is a radio personality that has been with East Coast Radio since 2003. Jane is a mom to…
What They Say
“For City Logistic, the Kindness can program was a day well spent. Paul and Jane were entertaining and insightful. We had the opportunity to think about what it means to be Kind and how this affects those around us. In an world of negative press and stress, awareness of self and others is a remedy that is needed. Our team thoroughly enjoyed thinking differently which will be required for the future we all face.”
Thank you for a moving, empowering morning of kindness and self-awareness! The way you both deliver your words and stories is so honest and raw, so insightful and uplifting. Such valuable time spent learning how we can enrich our lives with positivity and kindness which is good for our business but also for our personal lives. Your message has touched each of us in a very special way. Thank you.
Thank you and Paul for your amazing work, the synchronicity that has recently sparked in my life is phenomenal…all culminating in your chat with us yesterday. So thank you for being yet another beacon lighting my path.
My daughter attended Jane and Paul’s talk this past week… She said it has been life changing… She has taken on board a lot of what they shared… She is SO grateful.
I just wanted to thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to listen to this presentation. It was absolutely amazing and certainly for me, life changing going forward!!!!!! It wasn’t a case of earth shattering information that I had not been aware of but it certainly makes one sit back and think about things in a different way. It puts things into perspective. I really am grateful to have been there and really appreciate it. A 100 thank you’s.
Jane thank you to you and Paul. Your talk was seriously good. You know me by now – I shoot from the hip. The fact is that it was excellent. I WANT to tell people about it. There was no pressure to perform from the audience’s point of view and yet you felt included and drawn in. There was no judgement. No lecturing. No guilt tripping. There was information (for the everyday layperson so not unreachable) – delivered with fun! There was plenty of affirmation, an honesty and openness which made you both accessible and easy to identify with (loved your personal testimonies and the stories you told of others) and then there was also a gentle, but clear message. A pointing to the best way to live a happier, more fulfilling life – your method was to exhort us towards a better way, not ‘huck’ us. I really loved it. I think you have a very relevant message to an overburdened and often drained generation of teachers. So thank you, Janie. Really. It was perfect. I don’t have one crit!