BACK TO LISTING An Introduction to You Are Awesome

Children of today will enter a world where things are changing faster than ever before, but it is their mindsets that will matter more than anything else when it comes to their future happiness and success.

How many times have you heard things like, I’m no good at sport…I can’t do maths…I really struggle with exams…I don’t like public speaking…? If children believe they can’t do something, the chances are they won’t try.

But what if they really could get better at maths… or sport… or exams… or public speaking? In fact, what if they could excel at anything they put their mind to?

Introducing a brand new book called You Are Awesome to do just that; written by Matthew Syed to help inspire and empower young readers to develop a growth mindset and find the confidence to realise their potential.

Matthew Syed is a global thought leader in the field of mindset and high performance. Aimed at 9 – 12-year-olds, You Are Awesome is a distillation of Matthew’s award-winning books, Bounce and Black Box Thinking for a younger audience, helping children between key stages 2 and 3 build resilience, curiosity and the confidence to thrive in a changing world.

It is now available to order on Amazon UK and Amazon US.

Whether you are a parent or an educator, an aunt or grandparent, this book is for anyone looking to inspire a growth mindset in young people, helping them to embrace their mistakes and grow into successful, happy adults.

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