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The Prodigy Kid - 40 Success Principles That Kids Should Learn In School, But Aren't Being Taught
Is there something big that you want to do with your life? Can you picture your life having a part in ending world hunger, fixing the environment, making life better for millions and millions of people and animals? How about just having an AWESOME and successful life?
If that sounds like something you are interested in, then you are in luck. There are lots of people who have created tremendous success with their lives, and some of them have changed the world.
What separates these successful visionaries, entrepreneurs, and those who want to create a better world is they think differently than the average person. They follow certain principles of success.
The Prodigy Kid is a crash course in the way successful people think, presenting forty powerful principles of success that are not taught in school.
Before leaving school, we should all know the forty principles of success outlined in this book. Some people may say this is middle school or high school material, but I believe that every elementary school kid should understand things like:
• How to use the power of affirmations to realize your dreams
• The importance of writing goals down
• What it means to have a growth mindset
• How to make the Law of 80/20 work for you
• How your habits shape your life
• Why you need to be an optimist and how to become one
By reading and applying the knowledge in “The Prodigy Kid” you will learn what schools should be teaching you, get a head start for a happy and successful life, and maybe even change the world!
Children ages 7-18 are the end reader. Typically a parent that is in business, or a professional that relates to the topics in the book, and want their kids to know it. Also people who are home school oriented or against the traditional school agenda of preparing kids to take tests and not really, "teaching", skills of real world value.
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What colors do you want to see in your design?
Things I would like to see are, 1. Smart looking Kids - (boys, girls, of different nationalities) 2. Lightbulb(s) - (Represents, "Smart idea") 3. Earth - (This only if you can figure out a good way to add it without being cluttered. Represents multi-cultural benefits of the knowledge in the book. And the world our kids can change with the book's knowledge.)
I'm open to brilliant ideas!