Jun 24, 2019
EPISODE 43: THREE BIG REASONS TO DO WELL
Practitioner Profiler (PP)- Welcome to our Positive Psychology Practitioner Profiler where we highlight ordinary people that are doing extra ordinary things! Each practitioner is one of our graduates of the CertifIcate in Positive Psychology Program. Find out the exciting ways people are putting the science into practice within their Communities, Organizations and Lives.
In this episode, Emiliya Zhivotovskaya CEO & Founder, The Flourishing Center highlights Alice Giarrusso an Academic Coach and Author.
"Be Intentional and mindful about what you are doing."
"Everything you are doing really does matter."
Alice Giarrusso is a career educator and high school academic coach, with a passion for helping students in their quest for school success. With over 30 years of classroom teaching, degrees in education and counselling, and a certification in positive psychology, she believes that the journey to school success should be engaging, enjoyable and meaningful, while firmly within the grasp of all those willing to work for it.
Alice is the author of The Learning Curve; Navigating the Road to High School Success. She started with a big picture question. Why do well? Many students start high school knowing that they should do well, and feeling that they want to do well, but stop short of identifying exactly why doing well is so beneficial. By identifying the why, it is easier to become more motivated and more committed to the time and effort it takes to succeed. Alice have identified 3 big reasons to do well, which Alice calls
The Three Big Reasons to Do Well
1. You Get to Take All You Learn With You
2. Doing Well Increases Your Options and Makes You More Marketable
3. You’re Practicing the Skills You Need to Be Successful in School and Beyond
Listen in and discover how this practitioners is spreading Positive Psychology into the world!
You can reach Alice Giarrusso at https://thelearningcurvecoach.com
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