Working Harder Is Not The Answer!
You need a better system for doing schoolwork and studying. The 1-2-3 Succeed Program is that system & it will make your school life easier!
For Students Grades 6-12
While The 1-2-3 Succeed Program is good for all students, it is most essential for students who are underachieving in school, doubting their intelligence, and starting to give up.
Something Extremely Important You Need To Know
If you find school difficult, get bad grades, and constantly have teachers and parents angry at you, you may be starting to question your intelligence and academic abilities. If this is the case, school may be a dreadful place for you. It feels like a game you are being forced to play despite not having any chance to win. Over time, it is understandable that you would start hating the game and choose to stop playing. For some students this means being turned off to learning, giving up on doing homework and studying, misbehaving in class, and disrespecting teachers.
If you are experiencing any of the above, there is something extremely important you need to know. While it may be hard to believe, you have the power to change and improve all aspects of yourself. That’s right, you can improve your intelligence, academic skills, grades, and anything else you set your mind to. This is possible because of how the human brain works. Like a muscle, the more you exercise the brain the stronger it gets. Just like physical exercise transforms the body, mental exercise transforms the brain. This is why a skinny person can become muscular, and a person with poor grades can become an honor roll student. This is not just my opinion or me trying to give you a pep talk, it is a scientific fact. If you need proof, research the topic of neuroplasticity and learn how all of us have the power to change and improve our brains and lives.
By viewing the lessons that follow and implementing the 1-2-3 Succeed System Program consistently over time, you will be exercising your brain in a powerful way. In doing so, you will get smarter, improve your grades, and get parents and teachers off your back. As your confidence grows in response to your school success, so will your potential for life success.
You can view the lessons in the order in which they appear or in whatever order you prefer. Scroll down and click the start button for the lesson you choose. Each lesson is narrated by an animated character named Zach. While you will only see Zach in his animated form, he is a real-life person who, while in high school, implemented the 1-2-3 Succeed Program to improve his grades and get accepted into the college of his choice. In addition, you will also meet a group of animated characters referred to as the ‘brain gang”. The lessons use animated characters and lots of bright and bold colors for the purpose of creating a more fun and upbeat mood around subject matter that can feel boring and tedious for many students. To begin viewing the lessons, scroll down the page and click the start button to the lesson of your choice.
Even though I do not know you, I believe in you! I am 100% certain that you can improve your grades and make your school life easier and more enjoyable. With the right mindset and the 1-2-3 Succeed Program for doing your schoolwork, you will discover how capable you are and that you can achieve just about anything you set your mind to. Know how much I believe in you and that I am rooting for your success!
The 3 Ingredients To School Success
3 Ingredients Intro
Motivation - Part 1
Motivation - Part 2
6 Success Skills
6 Success Skills Intro
A System Of Organization
Reading School Materials
Improving Memory Power
About The Program Creator
Bernie Ivin, LCSW
The 1-2-3 Succeed Program is a one of a kind system designed to help students do their best in school and restore their sense of hope and motivation for the future. It was created by Bernie Ivin, a clinical social worker with over 20 years of counseling experience. While he initially created the 1-2-3 Succeed Program in response to needs of the students he was working with, its’ true inspiration comes from his personal struggles with dyslexia and the academic difficulties he had throughout most of his schooling.