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Matthew Syed is a columnist for The Times, an acclaimed author and a former international table tennis champion. He is also a trustee of Greenhouse Sports, a charity that empowers young people from disadvanted communities through sport. Matthew is married, and has two young children.
From the bestselling, award-winning author of You Are Awesome comes the much-anticipated follow-up, Dare to Be You which empowers young readers to follow their own path, love what makes them different and question the world around them. With Matthew Syed's trademark hilarious text, stylish illustrations and real-life examples this book encourages young readers to build their confidence and resilience.
Discover the secret to GETTING GOOD AT STUFF in this brand-new book created especially for World Book Day 2020! Bestselling author Matthew Syed is here to bust some myths wide open. So if you believe that ... - You're either born with talent or you're not - Mistakes = Disaster! - Everyone is hopelessly better than me ... prepare to have your mind BLOWN. Find confidence, resilience and determination in this hilarious and practical guide by learning from the best, getting over failures and nailing your practice. So what are you waiting for? It's time to get good at stuff!
Table tennis champion Matthew Syed offers his very best advice on how all children can help themselves to become better at anything they put their hand to. Divided up into stories, visuals, charts and brief inspirational messages Matthew Syed is inspiring and uplifting as he address his readers. He stresses the importance of creating a confident mindset and argues that, armed with self-belief, anyone can achieve amazing things both mentally and physically. A book to browse and revisit again and again for the useful ways it exhorts and coaxes all readers to make the best of themselves.