It shouldn’t come as a surprise that parents want their children to be happy and healthy. They have dreams of their children being Lawyers, Accountants, Doctors, Pilots and even Engineers when they grow up. Children being feeling the pressure to get all “A’s” early in their school years due to parents drilling that message into their heads – you must get all A’s to be successful. Are children being set up to let their parents down when it comes to education and life?
Author Cynthia Kocialski reveals in today’s globally, hyper competitive marketplace, the rules for success has changed dramatically. Based on her own experience of her own daughters in school and her work with entrepreneurs in start-ups, she realized many young adults graduate completely oblivious of a new playing field that no one has bothered to tell them about. Furthermore it is not always predicated by superior grades or talent.
Readers of “Out of the Classroom Lessons in Success” will learn:
How can the average student be highly successful?
Can common beliefs you learn in school have a negative impact on your later success?
How does the game change once they hand you a diploma?
Is it true that good things come to those who wait? Is it enough to know what you want to become or would be more effective to set a plan in motion to achieve it. “Out of the Classroom in Success” is a tool sharing on creating a career that will help anyone realize their goals, avoid common pitfalls and lay the groundwork through the secondary talents, skills and mindset necessary for optimal success.
Out of the Classroom Lessons in Success is available through Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/
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About the Author
Cynthia Kocialski is the founder of three companies, has been involved with dozens of start-ups, and has worked with established companies to bring start-up techniques and technologies to corporations desiring to process improvement and efficiency. Prior to this, she held numerous technical, marketing, and management positions at major corporations, with responsibilities including developing financial software, engineering management of scientific workstations, and overseeing technical marketing and strategic planning for graphics and digital video components for personal computers. Kocialski writes the popular Start-up Entrepreneurs’