Author Cynthia Kocialski Asks “Are Our Children Really Heading in the Right Direction?

It is normal for parents to want their children to be happy, healthy and successful. Author Cynthia Kocialski says success is not based on the grades you get in school in her latest book, “Out of the Classroom Lessons in Success”.
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Nov. 9, 2012 - PRLog -- San Francisco, CA --  
According to the CDC growth chart of 2000, “One out of three children are considered obese”. The jobs parents want their children to be when they grow up range from Physician, Lawyer, Accountant, and Pilot to even Engineer. From the time a student enters the education system they are taught getting A’s equates to success. Are our children really heading in the right direction or are they being set up for disappointment? Author Cynthia Kocialski challenges the theory of getting all A’s equates to success in her new book, “Out of the Classroom Lessons in Success”.

Getting all A’s has never guaranteed a student is successful. Are students putting their sites on the wrong thing because their parents have specific dreams and goals for them? “Out of the Classroom Lessons in Success” is a blueprint if you will helping students lay their foundation for success through the classroom of life. Students that feel as if they are being forced to remain in the classroom are often very unhappy and it will show on their grades when they return to the regular classroom.

Author Cynthia Kocialski says regardless of what the economy is doing, readers of “Out of the Classroom Lessons in Success” should be able to make wise choices and control their situation. From the overemphasis of “Practice makes Perfect” to the often touted statement of “winning doesn’t matter”, author Kocialski provides straight facts, anecdotes, and examples that will enable young adults and their parents the information needed to launch a career on solid footing.

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?

Are parents doing enough to ensure their children are doing enough to ensure that students are a productive citizen?  Have parents provided them will life skills and encouragement to be all they can be? “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 and on Kindle. If you are interested in interviewing Author Kocialski regarding the education system and parenting, she can be reached through her publisher at Yvonne Wu, The YP Publishing at 905-341-0997, website  or email:

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’ Blog, which covers observations, lessons, and humorous stories of life inside hi-tech start-ups, and is the author of Startup from the Ground Up. Raised in Buffalo, New York, her career has taken her to New York City, Washington, D.C., Miami, and San Francisco. She is a graduate of the University of Rochester and University of Virginia.
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