Eight Setbacks That Can Make a Child a Success: What to Do and What to Say to Turn "Failures" into Character-Building Moments
This book delves into the idea that childhood setbacks and failures can actually be stepping stones to future success. It offers valuable insights for parents on how to turn challenging moments into character-building opportunities.
Erasing the Finish Line: The New Blueprint for Success Beyond Grades and College Admission
This book offers a new perspective on success, moving beyond the traditional emphasis on grades and college admission. It encourages readers to consider a more holistic approach, emphasizing personal growth and fulfillment over traditional markers of success.
First Year Student to First Year Success: 27 Things You NEED to Know When Starting College
This book offers essential advice on various aspects of college life, including academic challenges, time management, building relationships, and making the most of the college experience. It provides valuable insights and actionable tips to empower students to succeed in their first year and beyond.
Late Bloomers: The Power of Patience in a World Obsessed with Early Achievement
"Late Bloomers" explores the concept of patience and the potential for success in a world that often values early achievement. The book highlights the importance of allowing individuals to develop their talents and skills at their own pace, emphasizing that late bloomers can achieve remarkable success when given the time and space to grow.
The K&W Guide to Colleges for Students with Learning Differences
With profiles of over 325 schools offering specialized programs and services, this guide helps students find the right academic environment for their unique needs. It provides valuable insights into support systems, accommodations, and resources available at each college
Where You Go Is Not Who You'll Be: An Antidote to the College Admissions Mania
Frank Bruni explores the idea that a student's success and happiness in life are not determined solely by the prestige of the college they attend. Bruni provides insightful stories and data to remind readers that one's journey and character matter more than the name on their diploma. A must-read for those seeking a more balanced and meaningful approach to higher education.