Thinking into Character (TiC) is a new transformational programme that will support the personal development of students and help in setting personal, educational and career goals by identifying achievements they can build on.
This programme is specifically aimed at students to enable them to build happy, successful lives and to achieve all their goals and dreams, both educational and personal.
Who is the programme for?
Students who wish to:
- Build confidence and character
- Be happy and successful
- Eliminate negative non-productive habits/thoughts and replace with positive ones
- Identify and achieve their BIG goals
- Build a successful career in their dream company or industry
- Overcome anxieties and negative self-image
- Attain better grades & qualifications
- Develop a strong sense of self-belief, resilience and persistence
- Be accepted at their preferred University or Further Education Institution; or pursue an apprenticeship or become an entrepreneur
What does the programme include?
12 digital lessons to be completed every month plus an additional 10 Bonus Lessons from Dr. Selva Pankaj
These exciting video based lessons can be easily accessed 24/7 by smartphone, iPod, video, laptop and MP3 recordings
A Student’s Handbook which includes an overview of each lesson, key highlights, worksheets, reading material relevant to each lesson and assignments to further implement learning
Regular emails directly to your inbox to keep you informed of the latest developments
Invitation to Thought Leadership seminars in the UK, USA and Canada
Regular Zoom calls and facilitation of the lessons
Personal consultation sessions if needed via Skype or Zoom
Attendance at the annual student conference in London
Private meetings subject to time availability with parents and students
The main benefits of this programme include:
Learning how to
identify, set and achieve
and re-writing your life
Learning how to close the gap between what a student knows they should do and what they actually do
Grasping how to turn
into productive habits
barriers to success