NATION WIDE IMPACT
has been achieved through the SPI and So Positive, LLC programs
12 PART BOOK SERIES
featuring highschool authors and benefitting local organizations each month!
SPI is based on ALANA'S NEWEST BOOK:
“Alana writes with insight and maturity well beyond her years. Her personal stories are insightful and honest and her strategies for ‘Creating Confidence’ are applicable to anyone who picks up this book.”
Brandon G. Wolfe, Ed.D., Principal
Potomac Falls High School
"...This is a must-read for adolescent children, teenagers, parents, educators, and anyone in need of inspiration!”
Dave Shaffer, Principal
River Bend Middle School
“Creating Confidence infused with poise and power allows us to believe in the seemingly impossible...”
Nick Cottone, Principal
Seneca Ridge Middle School
What inspires confidence in you? Looking up to someone special? Accomplishing a task or achievement? Or, simply reading a book?
One such book, Creating Confidence, can help you towards your own path to self-love, self-acceptance and a healthy appreciation for others.
Creating Confidence gives you an in-depth blueprint on how you can overcome obstacles, project self-assurance and rise to your highest potential.
“With "Creating Confidence," Alana Andrews has produced a superbly written, practical guide for building confidence in our children, and for equipping them to create and sustain self-confidence and courage for a lifetime.”
Tony Howard, President & CEO
Loudoun Chamber of Commerce
"...Confidence exudes in her written words, allowing her to become the maker of her own destiny!”
Nahid Haidari, M. Ed.. Vice Principal
Potowmack Elementary School
Thank you for coming. You inspired us! We feel we can achieve our dreams. We hope that you can come back some time.
Thank you for allowing us to ask individual questions. We had so much fun, and if we were to ask for advice, we would be sure to ask you all.
FOREST GROVE ELEMENTARY
All of the group members were very encouraging. The personal stories they shared were a great way to connect with our 5th graders,