Graduation Gift

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Do you have a student graduating soon? Are they ready for the world that awaits them?



Help your students transition well this year with Habitudes for the Journey and Habitudes: The Art of Self Leadership. 

This Habitudes combo is the perfect gift for any student “in transition” from high school or college into unknown territory.  Habitudes are images that form leadership habits and attitudes.  The images represent timeless principles that will guide the decisions of your graduate for years to come.

This book won’t sit on a coffee table… your students will actually read it.


Habitudes for the Journey: The Art of Transitions

This is a book of images that reminds a student of the lessons we all must learn as we travel the road of life. It’s for students in transition. The principles represent how we should think and act during key junctions of our life. It’s another installment in the series of books called, Habitudes: Images That Form Leadership Habits and Attitudes.

This book is great for:

  • Freshmen students
  • Transfer students
  • Seniors preparing to graduate

The Art of Transitions cover the following topics:

  • Boundaries
  • Resilience
  • Values
  • Decision-making
  • Risk taking
  • Focus and goals…and more.

Habitudes Book #1: The Art of Self-Leadership

This book is ideal for college first-year experience programs, introductory leadership courses, and anyone who is just starting on their leadership journey.

Many schools are using this book to challenge their entire student body to become leaders and to nurture a thriving leadership culture on their campus and organization.

The Art of Self-Leadership covers the following topics:

  • Character
  • Balance
  • Time Management
  • Core Values
  • Mental Toughness
  • Discipline
  • Identity & Strengths
  • Integrity Checks
  • Commitment
  • Emotional Security
  • Personal Networks
  • Responsibility
  • Personal Growth

Target Age Range: 16-24 years old


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