American Author Peter J. Liang to Launch A Leadership Journal for Kids

Parents can support leadership growth in their children with the “I am a Leader: A 90-Day Leadership Journal for Kids

New Orleans, LA – July 16, 2019 – American author, Peter J. Liang has tapped into his experience of developing leadership training and created a magnificent program for children between the ages of eight to twelve. As children mature, they often find themselves in challenging situations. When a child has developed leadership skills, any situation will be easier for them to conquer. Liang authored “I am A Leader: A 90-Day Leadership Journal for Kids,” that helps a child to develop leadership skills. The program taps into various skills that a child can use.


I AM A LEADER journal began in 2017 when founder, Peter J. Liang, began exploring various after-school programs for his kids, Benjamin and Audrey. There were many options available for academics, sports, arts, and music, but he couldn’t find anything focused on leadership skills such as focus, confidence, mindfulness, and grit.

Given Peter’s own experience with leadership and personal growth development, he knows how critical those skills are for children as they mature into teens and eventually as responsible adults. The Ledership4kids  program is an exciting, fun, action-packed program designed to help children gain specific skills so that they can apply them in a school setting and other demanding leadership situations. Since then, his program has become hugely popular and snowballed through word of mouth.

The I AM LEADER journal came straight out of the daily assignments from Peter’s Leadership4kids program. After seeing countless examples of how a simple daily journal can help kids gain skills such as self-awareness, confidence, and grit, Peter decided to publish it so more children could benefit from the daily practice of journaling. Just in time for the beginning of the school year, “I am A Leader: A 90-Day Leadership Journal for Kids,” launches August 8, 2019.



Parents and children love the journal. Read what they have to say.

Exactly what I have been looking for, a simple journal to help my son (10 year-old) reflect on his day. The writing prompts change daily, and they cover a wide range of topics. My son’s favorite week is courage. Jessica D.

My eight-year-old daughter loves this journal. It has become part of our nightly routine now. Louise C.

I LOVE this journal. Very easy to get started and we are already on day twelve. My daughter seems to really enjoy the centering exercise too. Catherine L.

This journal is wonderful way for kids to learn about leadership skills. Kids need this, and parents do too. I bought it for my nephew who is nine years old, but I can see this could be good for older kids as well. David K.

My son is eleven years old, and I’ve always wanted him to start a daily journal practice. When I found this on Amazon, I thought I’d give it a try. 

We are more than halfway through, and I can honestly say – this is one of the best purchases I made on Amazon. It has helped my son become more focused and in general, more appreciative of the people and things around him. What I really like about this journal is that the writing prompts in this book are very specific, so it’s very easy to get started and get into a habit. I applaud the author who created this journal. It’s truly a great gift! Gwen W.



P eter J. Liang is the founder and CEO of, a leadership development organization committed to helping kids become better leaders through mind and body education to improve movement patterns, self-confidence, and presence. 

For nearly ten years, Peter has used his experience gained as a business and tech executive, and a board member for various organizations to help kids develop leadership qualities such as gratitude, courage, and grit so they can live a more fulfilled life.  A sought-after speaker on the topic of youth leadership development and leadership embodiment practices, Peter is also a Forbes Contributor and a recipient of the 40 Under 40 Award by Long Island Business News.  Peter is a graduate of Harvard University’s Strategic Management certification program and holds an M.B.A. from Columbia University and a Computer Science degree from Stony Brook University. A long-time practitioner of Tai-Chi, which forms the foundation of his leadership embodiment practice, Peter has also been trained in Being in Movement mind/body education, stress reduction, compassionate power, and peacemaking.


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