The pressure to succeed today is enormous and the competition is stiff. How can you set yourself apart from the competition? How can you move from being just another really good student (ordinary), to someone that stands out and WOWs? We'll show you how. Stop sweating the small stuff and start building skills that actually matter to your success.


Preparing for Success Master Class

4 hours that can change the next four years of your life (and beyond) and maximize your college experience! In this workshop, we’ll unpack the three core predictors of long-term success: your mindset, interpersonal skills, and ability to handle stress and give you tools to build them. You’ll also receive an action plan and peer support to help you put the ideas and strategies you learn into practice.

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Intro. to Preparing for Success (45 mins)

In this presentation geared towards students and parents, we explore the challenges and opportunities students face in an age of disruption and how to overcome them. We also unpack the 3 biggest predictors of long-term success and understand why they are so important.

Preparing for Success – Complete Series

The Complete series offers five 1 hour workshops during the semester, that can be taken either after school or as a live webinar series. Dive deep into the three predictors of long-term success and receive guided mentorship along the way. Each workshop will include a meditation to reduce stress, and an opportunity to share progress on the EQ and mindset boosting exercises you’ll try out at home. You will leave this program with more confidence and self-assurance, less stress, new friends and powerful habits that will up your game and give you an edge in school and university.

Succeed in School Mindset

Preparing for Success

(4 hours)

4 hours that can change the next four years of your life and maximize your college experience! In this incredible workshop, we’ll focus on the biggest predictors of long term success: your mindset, interpersonal skills, and ability to handle stress. We'll also offer you wisdom and tools for the journey, along with an action plan to create winning habits and a peer group to support you throughout the process.

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Academic abilities do not predict how well we do in life. Grit, focus, and cognitive control does.

- Daniel Goleman, author and acclaimed psychologist.

Stress Management

(1.5 hours)

How you handle stress is one of the biggest predicators of long-term success. Too much stress will affect your GPA, your health, your relationships, and how you function. In this workshop you will understand the inner workings of stress and how to manage and prevent it with effective tools and strategies. You’ll also learn the difference between stress and tension, and learn how to confidently step into tense situations. Our goal is to help you turn anxiety and stress into a productive energy that can move you forward towards your goals.

"30% of teens reported feeling sad or depressed because of stress. Another 35% reported that stress causes them to lie awake at night"

– American Psychological Association

Mindset Booster

(1.5 hours)

This workshop will help you discard limiting beliefs that prevent you from performing at your best. Learn how to develop a winning mindset; one that has optimism, grit, resilience, self- belief and resourcefulness. As a result, you'll radiate more confidence, develop courage, and learn to take action rather than react to people and situations.

'Research shows that when people work with a positive mind-set, performance on nearly every level—productivity, creativity, engagement—improves.’

– Shawn Achor, Harvard Business Review

Emotional Intelligence Builder

(1.5 hours)

Discover tools that will help you develop greater self and social-awareness, enhance your EQ skills, and learn how to connect with other students, build relationships, and be a better listener, leader, and friend. You'll also learn how to build an open network - one of the key predictors of career success, and connect to people that are different from you.

The rational part of a teen's brain isn't fully developed until age 25. Now is the time to build better habits that support life long success and well-being.

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