How Can We Equip Our Children to Succeed? explores how we can enable our children and young people to develop the characteristics to maintain their own wellbeing and succeed in learning and life. Knowledge and skills are important, but they don't make the difference. This book shares the thinking, attitudes and behaviours that make the difference in our young people realising their personal, educational, social and economic potential. Based on vast experience and wide-ranging research into learning and development, the author identifies what it takes to succeed in our fast-paced, ever-changing world. The book shares the author's unique framework in an accessible way, illustrated with examples from raising her own children. Focused on what makes the difference in those who achieve, excel and maintain wellbeing, in any field of endeavour, it provides insights that are of value to everyone, not only parents. From exploring how we learn and how to improve our capacity to learn, to understanding how our brains work and how we can systematically manage our thinking, the book covers every topic in detail. It enables the reader to develop understanding and immediately apply what they have learned. This book goes beyond theory in the way the author shares real-life, thought provoking experiences. Great tools and techniques in the book are supported by a wide range of materials that are free to download from the author's website.