88% of a sample of Silicon Valley high school students believe that achievement success is a 'mental game' - that you can only go as far as you think you can.

   What's your mental game plan?

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The Stanford Resilience Project 
designates a special day to celebrate "
Epic Failures" in order to demonstrate that the smartest people on the planet trip, stumble and fall ... then know how to recover and get back on track!
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Behavioral Science research has conclusively shown that specific psychological skills impact achievement outcomes as much or more than innate abilities.

Achievement Psych guides young achievers and ​parents toward enhanced success in academic settings and beyond.
Pandora Founder, Tim Westergren describes 15 years being "on the wrong end of 'NO!'"
Delivering the expertise of leading psychologists to help young achievers and young professionals succeed
Achievement Psych kicks off 2020 with a new focus on the psychological skills that drive success for young professionals.

Derived from empirical data collected from over 12,000 corporate leaders and managers from Melbourne, Australia to Oslo, Norway, this program leverages the expertise of leading psychologists to guide young professionals toward new achievement heights. 

Join us for this exciting new adventure!