Steve spends the first twelve episodes teaching the tools how to minimize their hurtful interactions. The last eight episodes are spent helping Andrew learn it is better to try and learn rather than do nothing in order to avoid a mistake. Eventually, everyone learns strong people ask for help and those who don’t ask for help are proving they are weak. Studies have shown that 9-year-olds are intrinsically motivated to achieve a reward, while 10-year-olds are extrinsically motivated to avoid punishment. The reason for this change is due to bullying, which results in the child’s loss of creativity. The goal of Steve’s Garage is to help 9-year-olds learn tools that will help them defend themselves from bullying as well as be able to help others in hopes the child can retain their creativity and mental health.
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John used his degrees in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering to create models resulting in the formulation and even creation of many consumer products, as well as being the youngest person to receive the Dow Chemical Central Research Inventor of the Year award. In addition to his patents, John has dozens of trade secrets involving how the human brain functions. Ultimately, he is focused on helping people Flow, which is not just the only thought process that isn't damaging; it has also been called "the essence of leadership." All of this allows John to Dissolve problems and create Generative results.
Jonathan Fries is a professional consultant with Flowcess specializing in leadership and executive development in the areas of business, education and athletics. Jonathan is an accomplished musician, writer and composer having toured throughout the US and Canada noting highlights such as playing for the X-Games in Aspen, CO and opening for five-time Grammy award winning Green Day before joining the Flowcess team.