You teach them Science, Math, and Reading—now teach them how to be Happy.
Triumph: A Curriculum for All Schools and Universities.©
This curriculum booklet that delves into the eight steps featured in Triumph Steps. Concise, simple and easy to use, the steps will help anyone who applies them become more goal oriented, empowered, centered, creative, and socially responsible.
The centerpiece of Triumph Steps. These regularly-updated audio files are carefully designed with music and sounds that stimulate the brain. They emphasize the practices of silence, visualization, and I AM affirmations. It’s effortless- just play the audio and your students will learn that the power of each technique lies in the conviction and feeling.
Powerful visual aids that illustrate the eight steps of Triumph, designed so that even the youngest students can understand. When present in your classrooms and common areas, the messages will be quickly assimilated, processed, retained, and acted upon.
Educating teachers on the merits of Triumph Steps is important, so that they may better assist the students in their growing process. While the seamless program essentially teaches itself, it is advantageous for the teachers to play an active role in the process. The 30-minute training video explains the benefits of each of the eight steps. The more teachers understand it, the more committed they will be to implementing it. An inspired educator has the power to transform the world.
Psychological research has shed light on the benefits of being in a constant state of gratitude. Someone who is thankful for the positive aspects of their life does not have room to be depressed about the negative aspects. This simple technique reminds students to be grateful, and teaches them that just by shifting toward thoughts of gratitude, they can shift their lives.
A curriculum designed for any school or university. The student booklet guides students through the eight steps, to help them get in touch with their unlimited creative power and unlock the extraordinary lives they deserve.