Andrew Moore is an experienced leader, trainer, and mentor of young adults honed with over 25 years as an Australian Army Officer. He is also a parent of two young adult sons. He was even a young adult himself. Andrew is passionate about providing people with the best opportunity to thrive by helping them make what he calls “Diamond Decisions”. These are the opposite of “Dumb Decisions”. He seeks to do this with the help of parents, schools, universities, and other nurturing individuals and organisations that strongly influence young adult growth and development.
Descripción del libro
Do you teach, raise, mentor or nurture young adults (age 15-24)?
Would you like to feel relaxed and confident in their ability to make great decisions in an adult world, while strengthening your relationship and encouraging their independence?
Imagine if you could reduce “rookie” mistakes, saving time, money, and torment, and see them make decisions they (and you) won’t regret.
In this book you will discover:
Why we make dumb decisions and how to avoid them.
A simple and effective framework to make brilliant decisions.
How to use information and intuition, in harmony to make better decisions individually.
Why accessing “non-artificial intelligence” - (real people’s hindsight to use as your foresight) is fundamental to making the best decisions.
The role that seeking wisdom and sharing it plays in encouraging independence and building strong connections and relationships between all adults.
Público al que se apunta
Parents of young adult children - so mostly women around 40-50.
Secondary target audiences are people or institutions (high schools, universities) that are engaged in the wellbeing of young adults.
Tipo de portada de libro
Tapa blanda o Paperback
aún no lo sé
Diseño de inspiración
Simplicity I like
dont like those colours
a bit boring
clean and cheerful
colourful. I think I prefer some kind of picture, illustration or something to break up text
L ilke the circle providing a little more structure to the front cover
A bit hard to read - font too small bu I like the background structure
combination of simple picture with text is good. Limited pallette is good. Maybe a bit more lively.
playful and bright is good.
clever use of monochrome and colour
Simple and clean
A bit crowded but looks interesting
simple, clean - love the mix of photo and illustration - eye catching. Colour not so much.
¿Qué colores quieres que tenga tu diseño?
Los diseñadores eligen
Otros requisitos relativos al color
Happy to explore colours - look at my comments on attached covers I quite like.
It has to be simple with some colour - happy for bright as long as it is not overdone.
Atributos de estilo
Necesidades de diseño
I am open to many styles but noting this is a non-fiction book that fits in the self-help and business areas. The target market is parents or nurturers of young adults but the book aims to provide a step by step process to be used by young adults to make better decisions. So, it is about young adults but marketed to their parents.
Lo que debe evitarse
I am open to innovative ideas, whilst the indicative covers etc have a certain style , I am open to left of centre suggestions. It just has to make sense. Happy to trail blaze to some extent as long as it is relatable to the topic.
The first attached file has the diamond logo on it that I want on the spine. The second attachment has some example book covers I am attracted to -
Use the diamond logo on the spine please
Some example book covers - especially layout and non-fiction/self help/business book style
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