Thomas Kuster

Biography

Thomas Kuster has been helping people in one way or another for over 30 years now. His successful career in retail management and personnel training has led naturally to becoming a lifestyle and performance coach for kids and their parents. The founder of Kid Coach Canada knows what it takes to be a superstar. He knows what is required to reach the next level.

He also likes Star Wars, Lord of the Rings and anything Aquaman.

Smashwords Interview

What's the story behind your latest book?
My latest book is my first book! Now that I have entrenched myself as a lifestyle performance coach for kids ages 5-13, I felt the need to talk about something very important to me as I have 3 kids in that age bracket myself. Our school systems are failing our kids, they are not teaching them the proper skills and requirements to succeed in life. It is not the teacher's fault, but the curriculum that they are being handed by the school boards.This trickles over into post-secondary education which has become quite irrelevant for a large portion of students today.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
I was an avid reader at an early age, the first real books I read were Tolkien's The Hobbit and his Lord of the Rings trilogy. My love for fantasy grew from there. C.S. Lewis was next as I dove into Narnia, then The Dragonriders of Pern. I never underestimated the power of fantasy and how it can take your imagination and make it blossom.
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Where to find Thomas Kuster online


Books

Don't Send Your Kids to University! Unless they Should Go...
Pre-release—available September 3, 2018. Price: $9.99 USD. Language: English. Categories: Nonfiction » Education and Study Guides » Counseling / career development, Nonfiction » Parenting » Childhood development
Should your child go to university? Probably not, but we delve deep in to the education system to find out the truth about the need for a post-secondary degree. With both sides of the story being told, you can help your child make the right choice for their career!

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