ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Julie Davey, founder of A for Attitude Productions, is an international bestselling children's author and illustrator with a series of positive psychology books distributed in 14 countries. She works predominately with parents and teachers who understand the importance of resolving anxiety and building resilience in children.
As a nurse, Julie witnessed the power of attitude and how it affects both physical and mental wellbeing.
In May 2015 Julie ran a three part program on goal setting for five DFS attendees in Frankston.
All enjoyed the experience and after just the first session, Andrea (first from left) landed a wonderful part time job. Nice to see these women set some achievable goals.
Julie's interest in the mind-body connection, lead to A for Attitude being self-published in 1998 for distribution in Australia and New Zealand. It was subsequently reprinted by Random House in 1999.
Since then, the A for Attitude range has grown in both scope and territory. In 2002, Times publishers in Singapore licensed the rights for Asia and distributed the book in ten Asian countries, including a special edition for India. More books have since come into being.
Julie believes in networking to build relationships with like minded people in business and was excited to find Bloom Networking when it started up in her area.
If you're a woman in business, or know someone who is, take a look at what Bloom has to offer.
After speaking at the Positive Schools conferences in 2013, Julie was invited to contribute an article on the history and value of the FabFirst5 program for a new collaborative book. In this new release; "Better than OK" you'll find that story alongside the works of esteemed speakers and authors such as Maggie Dent, Prof Tim Sharp and Andrew Fuller.
For a limited time, you can purchase this book at an exclusive discount.
Julie conducts presentations and workshops to parents and teachers, to assist them in helping the children in their lives to be the best they can be.
• General Nurse Div 1
– Prince Henry's Hospital Melbourne
• Jack Canfield's 'Facilitators Skills' Training, USA
• NLP & Neurological Re-patterning
• Chris Howard's Presentation and Platform Skills