Find your way to awesome with this brilliant toolkit of goals, plans and challenges! Boys and girls everywhere have been discovering that they can be awesome thanks to bestselling author Matthew Syed. Now he's created an interactive journal full of life hacks , challenges and activities to give kids the confidence to come up with their own plan of action to be the best they can be. Because, with the right mindset , you really CAN do almost anything, whether you want to supercharge your maths, try out for the team or be the first person to walk on Mars.
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Resilience is a vital skill. Resilience is a muscle that we can strengthen — ideally before we really need it. Positive psychology research and best practices show that we can build resilience strengths or habits for Post-Traumatic Growth. You Are Awesome centers on nine key factors. Here are a few key points that stood out for me:. An entertaining and inspiring read to help you bounce back and keep growing — especially during tough times. The Clemmer Group is the Canadian strategic partner of Zenger Folkman , an award-winning firm best known for its unique evidence-driven, strengths-based system for developing extraordinary leaders and demonstrating the performance impact they have on organizations. Here are a few key points that stood out for me: We tend to catastrophize the size of our problems and lose perspective on where they fit in our lives.
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I am not quite sure why his staff contacted me with an offer of a pre-launch copy of You Are Awesome. Perhaps it is because this publication has a focus of resilience and, well, you know, my body of work is grounded in that significant work. Whatever the reason, I gratefully accepted and enjoyed an uplifting and insightful read. I particularly appreciated that he described a number of professional and personal failures—education, employment, marriage, and entrepreneurism. Plus, he does not shy away from sharing his past moments of shame and despair. Most of his stories are filled with self-deprecating and gentle humor. He also supports his concepts and philosophies with research studies.