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Opens the mind
Can it really make a difference?
A master of these ideas?
Experiencing difficult circumstances?
A book just for kids?
Endorsements from teachers.
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I am going to purchase a couple of copies for my sisters. This
information is new to them, so I think your book will give them an
understanding of how to apply the principles. Congratulations on writing
such a beautiful gift for this world.
LISA CAMERON, mother and business owner
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We have our own copy of course, and have bought copies for our nine year old granson and other relatives, and we recommend it to all our friends.
Can this book really make a difference to
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The Mastery Club is a peer driven and shaped process where the young can aspire to become tall poppies and find affirming mentors and sources of inspiration as much from within their own ranks as from their elders. In a world where the peer group is all too often seen a crusher of dreams and an enforcer of mediocrity, The Mastery Club is an uplifting peer group where the young are encouraged to aim high and stretch themselves to realise their goals.
She has embraced the whole idea really well and I can see it will be a great way to boost her out of her formerly negative moods... Consequently I would like to order 3 more copies of your book and 2 of the lessons chart. I don't want to lend my copy to anyone!! - I'd rather give some away.
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The Mastery Club has been useful in initiating both philosophical and practical discussions about goal setting and creative visualisation with students. Students responded to the text with wonderment and were filled with excitement about the possibilities the text suggests; they felt inspired and empowered. This text can be used on several levels -
- As a narrative in an English classroom
- As a philosophical stimulus
- As a text about personal empowerment.
I believe this book would be a valuable asset to any classroom setting, as it is easy to understand, inspiring to read and contains an empowering message throughout.
I highly recommend this book to teachers and parents alike. The response I have received back from young adults has been amazing, with many providing great stories of applying the message from The Mastery Club.
Many parents have commented to me about the contents of this book, saying they too now finally understand the principles of success.
After seeing Bridge to Terabithia with my Nieces and Nephews, I was moved at their openness and acceptance of developing the very skills Liliane Grace uses in The Mastery Club. I highly recommend this wonderful book to any school aged person who has not yet reached their true potential.
A student's belief in him or herself is paramount to achieving their dreams and goals. The Mastery Club provides a simple but powerful way of thinking that all ages can understand. It offers students an incredible tool for taking control of their results. 'What you put out, comes back you you'. The more clearly kids can see their goals, the more articulate they become.
Language becomes exciting as students recognize the power of their
words and conjure up their visions.
What you think about, you bring about.' 'What would you create if you
knew you couldn't fail?' The conversation, the language, the clarity
through discussion, the support and then the treasure maps, show
students how to become living magnets for their dreams as they travel
through school and life.
SALLY SUDWEEKS, Consultant, Social Solutions
[Whilst working] as a grade 5/6 teacher [I] have introduced The Mastery Club to our school. We are currently half way through and all three grade 5/6 classes are reading it. (That's 67 children!)
I cannot begin to tell you how rewarding it is to discuss things like the law of attraction and manifesting one's own reality with 11 and 12 year olds. They are so open to it and have embraced visualising as a daily routine along with seeing opportunities to bring about what they want in their life.
Sadly my full time contract with the class has ended but they are all still reading the book, doing Writer's Workshop literacy activities based on it and I keep in close contact with the other teachers.
One of the beautiful things that happened on the last day of term one was that the children presented me with a gorgeous card they made with "See The Invisible, Hear The Silent, Do The Impossible" on the front cover. One student actually has me in her wheel and visualises me back teaching her again! The power of thought is so amazing!!
So, Liliane, I thankyou sincerely for your book and am sure lots of
our children would also like to purchase it. Please let me know if a
visit from you is possible.
REBECCA SLAVEN, Primary School Teacher, Geelong, Victoria
A few years ago I read The Mastery Club to my Yr 4-6 class and they loved it. I'd often spoken to them about the power of visualisation and self talk in our everyday life and when pursuing our passions/dreams but the message was so much more absorbing and penetrating in the form of a narrative. I truly believe it should be a compulsory read in all upper primary classes.
I now have a new Yr 4-6 group of children and I look forward to introducing them to The Mastery Club. The principles taught are life changing for the children and I continue to use them in my own life.
BILL MERCER, Primary School Teacher, Mildura, Victoria