Unlock a Child’s Potential with “The Power of Me!”

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New book from authors Aitken, Traill, and Bernabei-Myszka encourages children to embrace their individuality

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The program we’ve created encourages those children to believe in themselves and unlock their full potential.

Francesca Traill was tired of watching her children and their classmates struggle with low self-esteem. Perhaps they didn’t fit into a particular peer group, or weren’t interested in the same things as the “cool” kids. Why were they suffering for their individuality? Why weren’t the things that made them unique being celebrated?

Traill consulted with Nicolina Bernabei-Myszka, a primary school teacher, and Russell Aitken, a facilitator for Bob Proctor’s “You Were Born Rich” self-help series, in order to come up with a solution.

The result is “The Power of Me!”, a new book designed to help young people achieve their full potential. The program is built to encourage kids to embrace their unique qualities in order to combat bullying, a lagging school system, and society’s jaded definition of success.

“There are many children struggling to accept who they are simply because they do not fit into a particular square,” Traill said. “The program we’ve created encourages those children to believe in themselves and unlock their full potential.”

The book highlights several useful skills, including goal setting, visualization, treasure mapping, and self-talk. The authors hope to build a foundation of self-confidence that will extend through childhood to last a lifetime.

For more information, visit http://www.balboapress.com/.

The Power of Me!
By Russell Aitken, Francesca Traill, Nicolina Bernabei-Myszka
ISBN: 978-1-50432-921-7
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Balboa Press

About the authors
Aitken, Traill, and Bernabei-Myszka all have extensive experience working with children with low self-esteem, both in their personal and professional lives. They have dedicated themselves to developing a very unique and simple method to capture the attention of children without any specific bias in learning about their own individual uniqueness and more importantly, how to use it.

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