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Slaying Dragons

Building Mental Strength and Resilience to Failures & set backs

6 Weeks program


  • How to learn from Mistakes and let them go
  • Managing Fear – How to create courage and bust outside your comfort zone
  • Moving past failure – How to ‘Put it in a Box’ and keep on going
  • Managing Change – How to Embrace Change and Thrive
  • Conditional thinking- How ‘if.. Then’ excuses keep you from Happiness

Developing resilience is one of the most important mindset skills for children to learn because their ability to pick themselves up again when things don’t go their way will directly shape who they become and what they create in their lives. The good news is that resilience can be taught. Children learn specific skills for managing mistakes, overcoming fear, moving past disappointment and failure, and handling change.

  • Everyone makes mistakes, it’s part of life. In this program, children learn that mistakes are opportunities to learn and to grow. They learn the
    “Five I’s of managing mistakes” so they know how to learn from the mistake and let it go.
  • Children often think that certain things must be in place before they can do something. For example, “If I were taller then I try out for the basketball team.” This “if...then” thinking is called conditional thinking and it destroys dreams . In this lesson children learn that conditional thinking steals their power as they become a victim of their circumstances and limiting beliefs. They learn how to break through conditional thinking and go for their dreams.
  • Children will face many challenges in life but the strongest opponents they will face are the dragons that can flood their mind. Thoughts of self -doubt, concerns about other people’s opinion, and fear of the unknown can devastate self-esteem and self-confidence – freezing kids in their tracks and keeping them from their dreams. Children learn that dragons are just creations of their mind and that they can use the five steps for moving through fear to move through the fear and go for it.
  • Children learn that failure is an event and not who they are. They learn that failure is only a failure if they allow it to keep them from their goals and dreams. Children learn how to put failure “in a box” so they can learn from it and move forward in their power.
  • Children learn that change is a critical part of life. They cannot create who they want to be by staying where they are. Only by accepting and embracing change can they move forward in their power. Children learn the three steps for managing change and learn that handling change builds powerful self-confidence as they learn how to handle anything that comes their way.

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