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The Fresh Approach to Parenting & Success series

Raising confident children is not a given and even following all the ‘rules’ may not reward one with that goal. Sheila gives us amazing tools for the job and I highly recommended this book to those who seek to give themselves and their children the greatest chance of achieving that success.

John Bailie

About Sheila

Sheila du Plessis has added two new books to her series, A Fresh Approach to Success/Parenting. Sheila enjoys writing books and spends many happy hours writing or typing and recording her thoughts, new ideas and thought-provoking concepts in the form of her books. The two new books are ‘Inner Voice – Winning Choice’ and ‘Emotional Independence; The Design for Life’. 

Sheila believes she can inspire and encourage people of all ages through her books. The books will act as a catalyst; presenting additional ideas, concepts and information to enhance personal development for families and young people.  

Sheila has gained a sense of meaningful confidence and contentment and personal change while writing these two books and the posts on social media. 

Sheila has the title of Best Selling Author. In 2001, over 42,000 books were sold to schools. The title of the series was ‘Journey to a New Beginning’. Sheila ran courses for over 10,000 young people from 1990 – 2008. 

Sheila believes in people equipping themselves to develop personal and emotionally strength and rational thoughts BEFORE impulsive choices are made or undesirable actions are taken.

 

 

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