Let Dojo Max and Little Sammy Samurai Teach Your Child How to Manage Their Anger!
Does your child throw regular temper tantrums in public? Do you often struggle to get them to calm down? Do you allow their unacceptable behavior to slide until they make you feel stressed and overwhelmed?
If so, there’s a simple solution: LITTLE SAMMY SAMURAI MASTERS ANGER – BOOK #1
Imagine the enjoyment of watching your child learn self-control through stories of perseverance. Imagine teaching them at an early age the skills required for lifelong success. Imagine having your child listen to you because Little Sammy Samurai taught them that managing their anger makes everyone around them happy.
World Renown Martial Artist, and Canada’s Top 50 Outstanding Canadians for Making Canada a Better Place for Kids, Raz Chan, provides a story loosely based on his experiences of personal transformation from 40 years in the martial arts. The martial arts for many centuries have been used as a great teaching tool for character building in children.
LITTLE SAMMY SAMURAI MASTERS ANGER teaches your child through beautiful illustrations and storytelling on controlling their inner emotions. In the book, Little Sammy has an uncontrollable temper. Even his parents have grown frustrated trying to calm him, until one day he has a chance encounter with an old dog name Dojo Max. Unbeknownst to Little Sammy, Dojo Max is a decorated martial arts master who see’s the potential in Little Sammy.
Find out how Little Sammy becomes a samurai!
In LITTLE SAMMY SAMURAI MASTERS ANGER, your child will discover:
– A simple ancient martial arts technique used to calm the emotions.
– Why it is important to manage anger.
– How to see things from another perspective positively.
– How to develop resilience and a growth mindset.
– How to remember the life lessons taught in the book through journaling.
– And much, much more!
Plus, you’ll receive BONUS coloring book by visiting www.resilientkidsforlife.com. There is also a BONUS SECTION that includes the Dojo Max Chat where parents and their child can sit down to review the lessons they learned from the book. The exact same process we use at our martial arts school teach character development skills to kids.
LITTLE SAMMY SAMURAI MASTERS ANGER is for any child who struggles with anger. Whether you’re a parent, teacher, or counselor, the message shared in this book can set the stage for a personal transformation.
Grab your copy of LITTLE SAMMY SAMURAI MASTERS ANGER today to finally conquer your child’s anger and get them on the path to lifelong success!
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World renown martial arts expert Professor Raz Chan is co-owner of resilientkidsforlife.com, a site devoted to teaching children resilience and growth mindset through the virtues of martial arts.
During his childhood in Canada his father and mother struggled financially. His father declared bankruptcy in 1979 creating hardship for many years afterwards. Young Raz struggled to fit in with North American culture despite being born in Canada.
To help with the family finances, Raz at the age of 10 along with his siblings sacrificed their childhood to work with their parents. The hours were long often lasting 10 to 12 hours on non school nights.
Being culturally different made him extremely shy and limited his ability to communicate socially. The only time he felt truly comfortable was his fascination for martial art movies in particular his idol Bruce Lee.
His father taught martial arts as a hobby, it is here he witnessed countless kids who transformed their lives through martial arts. Many troubled kids went on to graduate from university or became extraordinarily successful adults.
Today Raz owns Gracie Barra New Westminster Brazilian jiu-jitsu teaching the very same success principles to his students. What was concerning to him was the notable changes in today's kids compared to decades ago. Many of them give up much easier and drop out when things get challenging. To change the mindset of today's children he felt it was necessary to teach them the importance of building a growth mindset. Martial arts for centuries have been proven to be a great tool to pass on this important life skill.
It was through jiu-jitsu that he was able to help spread his message to a younger generation to transform their lives for future success.
When he is not teaching classes he spends his time speaking at schools and helping charities such as Breakfast Program for Kids.
In 2017, he was nominated as one of Canada's Top 50 Most Outstanding Canadians for his contribution to improving the lives of children.
He has been featured in The New York Times, CTV, Vancouver Sun, Vancouver Magazine, Gracie Magazine, Canada's Women's Fashion Magazine, and in Canada's Fight Network Documentary "Training Like A Champion."