Be Your Best Self: Life Skills For Unstoppable Kids
What are your BIG dreams? Maybe you’d like to be a scientist, an award-winning journalist, play in a rock band, swim in the Olympic Games, groom dogs, own a bakery or even help to run your country? We all have different dreams, that’s what makes us unique. But whatever it is that you want to do, the skills you’ll need to achieve your goals are the same. This exciting new book helps children and young people to practise these core skills and provides a survival kit for them to dip into when they need extra help or motivation. Some of the themes explored are: goal setting, growth mindset, perseverance, getting organised and learning to fail well. No need to worry if you don’t yet know what it is that you are passionate about or what success means for you. Perhaps you just need some help with boosting your confidence, staying positive or some extra help with getting through the twists and turns of everyday life. Looking after yourself is an important theme of the book whether that be eating healthy food and exercising regularly, getting enough sleep, being kind to yourself or knowing how to deal with bullies. To ‘be your best self’ means loving who you are, feeling confident in your own skin and achieving the things that you want to do. AGES: 8 plus AUTHORS: Nathan Kai pioneered, created the opportunity, then jointly wrote this book when he was only seven years old. Why? Because this AMAZING book should have been on the shelves, and he desperately wanted to have it for Christmas, but it didn’t exist (then…). He’s a member of MENSA, the world’s youngest published self-development author, a public motivational speaker and an elite athlete a multi-National and European Champion medallist in Jiu-Jitsu. He’s also a grade-four pianist, child model, a trophy-awarded linguist and a thoroughly awesome person. He’s delighted that the book is out for you to learn these tips for success and happiness, too, and for you to Go On and BE YOUR BEST SELF! Danielle Brown MBE is a double Paralympic gold medallist and five-time World Champion in archery. She was World Number One for her entire career and made history when she became the first disabled athlete to represent England in an able-bodied discipline at the Commonwealth Games. Danielle now works as a keynote speaker and specialises in self-development, success skills and breaking through barriers. She does a lot of work with young people to help them improve their academic performance and mental wellbeing.
|Dimensions||168 × 225 mm|