Anatomy of Choice: Teaching Positive Life Choices

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Anatomy of Choice is your guide to helping students make positive life choices and rebound when they don't. More
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About Fred Grooms

Fred Grooms is a powerful communicator, former officer in the US Army, entrepreneur, and leading expert on teaching students leadership, character development and life skills.

Fred is a popular youth motivational speaker. He has given presentations at student conferences, school assemblies, and over the internet to thousands of students throughout the United States and internationally. Fred is an author of the bestselling book "Who's in Charge of Bob?" The book focus is on teaches students to rely on their natural talents and manage weaknesses.

Inspiring and motivating students are Fred's passion. He is most passionate about his wife, teenage daughter and son.

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Review by: Robbie Pruitt on May 18, 2015 :
Making good choices is such a great topic! Fred Grooms does a fantastic job of unpacking the anatomy of choice and giving practical advice for teaching positive life choices to young people. This is a great primer on the subject of positive life choices.

Fred Grooms is also a passionate, caring and competent youth motivational speaker who considers his audience and their needs. Fred seeks first to understand and then crafts and delivers the right message for optimal impact and influence. Fred cares deeply about people. This care is evident in working with him and it shows in his communication. Fred works in the public schools, at camps, at conferences, and in international Christian School settings. In these settings, Fred's heart and his passion and competence as a communicator can be clearly seen. Fred Grooms comes highly recommended for youth motivational speaking, youth work, and consulting.
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Review by: JakeBallentine on Feb. 25, 2015 :
This short and very informative e-book is packed full of immediately applicable content. I travel the country working with educators and students teaching leadership and self confidence. I'm sure every educator can learn a few tips from Fred's e-book on making choices and rebounding when they don't.
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Review by: Camilla Riley on Feb. 19, 2015 :
As a career educator, I've had many students insist that whatever happened to them was a matter of bad luck and others got all the breaks. This short, readable piece makes the clear connection between choice and outcome - a great resource for teachers, counselors and parents.
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Review by: Ric Evans on Feb. 06, 2015 :
With all my years in education it's easy to forget that making good choices and decisions can be complicated for students. Thanks for the reminder. This book is a quick read but full of solid content. Really liked the "One Choice," section.
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Review by: bobfree on Feb. 06, 2015 :
My teacher had me read this book. The thing Mr. Grooms said about bad news doesn't get better with time really made me think about how to deal with stuff.
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Review by: Shannon Ryan on Jan. 20, 2015 :
Insightful and thought provoking. This will help me explain choices versus decisions and reminded me to focus on the positive results. Hopefully, I can guide students to make that positive One Choice!
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Review by: Clifford1985 on Jan. 19, 2015 :
Great book! It will definitely influence what I teach my kids about choices! Keep the good work coming!
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Review by: Rosamaria901 on Jan. 19, 2015 :
Thank you Fred, really found this book helpful!
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