the 21 day RESILIENCE challenge
According to research, RESILIENCE is the most significant predictor of your child's success.
The 21 day challenge will help your child to learn about how RESILIENCE works and most importantly, practice how to be RESILIENT in the real world.
Step 1: download your FREE challenge.
Step 2: join the FREE facebook group for extra support, tips and hints.
Step 3: take the challenge too, being a role model is a very powerful way to educate.
You can read more about the challenge and the science behind it below.
the 21 day challenge
Each and every day we are provided with opportunities to help our kids develop their life skills.
However, we tend to miss these 'teachable moments' for two reasons:
- 1we are too busy to spot them
- 2we don't have a framework we can use to help our kids make sense of them
So, if your child is aged 7 and over, then the 21 day challenge will take care of these problems for you.
how the challenge works
Each day your child will complete 3 tasks in their own personal workbook. The tasks are easy to do and only take a minute or so to complete.
- 1Each morning your child answers one question that helps them to start their day in the right frame of mind.
- 2We then give them a single task which helps them to focus their efforts during the day.
- 3And last thing at night, another simple question helps them to frame their day and reinforces what they learned.
each challenge is built upon 3 key principles
We have designed the 21 day challenge to take advantage of 3 key learning principles, each of which is backed up by scientific research:
1. the compound effect
Darren Harvey in his book The Compound Effect, highlights how small actions, performed consistently over time can lead to big changes.
We harness the power of the compound effect by asking your child to work on 3 small things each day for 21 days.
Inserting a new routine into any day is tricky, which is why we bookend each day. We have much more control over our early morning and late night routines than we do throughout the day.
2. the progress principle
Studies have shown that when you make a note of your achievements (no matter how small they might be) you actually increase your motivation and performance.
We take advantage of this by asking your child to make a quick note of the progress they make.
As they see their progression this further increases their motivation. They will also be able to look back at their journey and progress, using their workbook as a guide.
3. positive psychology
Positive emotions are closely linked to resilience so, we like to start each day by asking your child to engage with a positive emotional experience. This helps set the tone for the rest of the day.
Psychologist Dr Fredrickson refers to this an 'upward spiral'. In essence each emotion helps to set the tone for the next, and by starting the day in the right way, as well as giving your child something positive to focus on, we help to create the right mindset for them to be positive and resilient throughout their day.
21 day challenge 1: RESILIENCE
Resilience is the number 1 predictor of your child's health and happiness, which is why we made it our first challenge.
The challenge will help your child to work on all aspects of their resilience and their belief and confidence in their resilience will grow.
See how much more equipped to deal with life's challenges your child will be in just 21 days.
Join our PRIVATE FACEBOOK GROUP for tips and support that will motivate you to get through the challenge.