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GETTING GRIT with Caroline Adams Miller

GETTING GRIT with Caroline Adams Miller

Wednesday 19 September, 7:00pm, Kristin Auditorium, Tickets $10 each.

Learn about the evidence-based approach to cultivating passion, perseverance and purpose from Caroline Adams Miller during her New Zealand visit. Caroline is one of the world’s leading experts on the science of goal setting and grit, and the author of ‘Getting Grit’, ‘Creating Your Best Life’ and four other books. Caroline’s work has been featured in BBC World News, The New York Times, The Washington Post, NBC, NPR and CNN.

And from my latest Facebook post on our Kristin School page:

Need help cultivating passion, perseverance and purpose in your children or yourself? Come along to our 'Getting Grit' Masterclass on Wednesday,19 September at 7pm. We're very excited to have American executive coach and motivational speaker Caroline Adams Miller presenting this Masterclass. Miller has written six books, including 'Getting Grit', 'Creating Your Best Life', and 'My Name is Caroline', which chronicles her struggle with bulimia. Access to such an inspirational international expert is not something you want to miss! Secure your seats today at: www.eventfinda.co.nz/go/kristin

SELF REGULATION with by Dr Stuart Shanker
Thursday 27 September, 7:00pm, Kristin Auditorium, FREE but please get a ticket to reserve your seat.

Learn how to help your child (and you) understand stress and manage tension and energy from the international authority on self-regulation visiting from Canada, Dr Stuart Shanker. Dr Shanker’s five-step ‘Shanker Method®’ – based on the latest neuroscientific research – is a powerful process for understanding and managing stress in children, youth and adults. His most recent book, ‘Self-Reg: How to Help Your Child (And You) Break the Stress Cycle and Successfully Engage with Life’ has garnered glowing reviews around the world; and he is an advisor on early child development to many government organisations globally.

Tickets for both Masterclasses are available via www.eventfinda.co.nz/go/kristin

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