Latest events coming up:
February 2018 - Trafford
March 2018 - Leeds
These family events welcome children aged 0 to 7 years with accompanying adults, which included
interactive story sessions followed by a book signing with Anita Frost
March 2018 - Manchester Central
March 2018 - Cheshire
Business events welcome individuals starting or scaling up growing an existing business.
Dream the Impossible Dreams Teens is a motivational book to support young people to learn more about entrepreneurship. This book aims to build up young peoples confidence while inspiring them and giving them the tools to promote Independence, set up a business, in an accessible, simple and relevant way.
Available @: anitafrost.com, Amazon & Waterstones
Supporting our younger generation to be prepared for personal independence
*Holding and growing finances
Over the years, Dream The Impossible Dreams Teens has reached many young readers across the UK & the USA to equip them as they begin to prepare for life after high school.
Check out the latest review "I would recommend this book I am aged 16 I liked the book's positive message of taking control of your life one step at a time. The inspiring stories of hard work and self-belief can lead to success".
Inspiration & Events
Rebekah Billingham editor and publishing manager for Anita Frost.
Rebekah's editing services cover www.anitafrost.com and Curricula & Co, a social incentive Founded by Anita Frost in 2014. www.curricula-co.org
Are you looking to excel within a business, improve your financial awareness?
Anita Frost a passionate educator who equips and guides you through simple and empowering techniques, through her authored book Dream The Impossible Dreams.
Book versions available for Ladies, Gents and Teenage readers.
For us to evolve our wellbeing, it is essential to take time out, to taste and discover the best foods to support us from the inside out, setting our bodies up for daily and long-term success
“The foods, we eat change the direction, of our health, mindset and the ability to take action,” Anita Frost