We all spend much of our lives trying to cope with failure; sometimes we try to assign value to it, but failure looms as a debilitating concept in millions of lives, affecting children and adults alike. Fail Brilliantly proposes a radical shift: erase the word and concept of failure from the realms of education and human endeavors. Replace it with new words and concepts. This shift in position has the potential to transform our lives and ultimately reshape our definition of success.
About Shelley Davidow
Shelley Davidow, DCA, MSEd, is an internationally acclaimed author of forty-three books. Her recent nonfiction titles include Whisperings in the Blood (University of Queensland Press, Australia, 2016), Playing with Words (Palgrave Macmillan, UK, 2016) coauthored with Paul Williams, and Raising Stress-Proof Kids (Familius, USA, 2015). She lectures in the departments of Education and Creative Writing at the University of the Sunshine Coast in Australia.
For more information, visit www.shelleydavidow.com.
About Paul Williams
Paul Williams is an award-winning author of several books including the memoir Soldier Blue (New Africa Books). He lives in Australia and coordinates the Creative Writing Program at the University of the Sunshine Coast. His latest book is Playing with Words (Palgrave Macmillan UK) co-authored with Shelley Davidow. Explore his website to discover more. www.paul-a-williams.com