The Biggest Little Book About Hope (Kobo eBook)
The Biggest Little Book About Hope is a skill-based guide for anyone seeking to move from hopelessness into a life of hope.
Featuring honest depictions of Kathryn Goetzke’s own experiences with hopelessness and suicide, as well as the expertise of hope researchers and the creation of Goetzke’s own hope curriculums, The Biggest Little Book About Hope takes readers on a journey of personal growth and discovery that leads them towards a more hope-filled future.
Kathryn Goetzke shares her personal journey of getting her brand Mood-lites into retail and creating the first cause-marketing campaign for mental health, while also demonstrating what led her out of depression and into true hope. As hopelessness is predictive of self-harm, addiction, weapon-carrying on school property, violence, and suicide, Goetzke makes the case for why it is essential to teach hope to all populations. She also shares the many free resources she has created around hope, including Hopeful Minds and Hopeful Cities, to drive a global movement for hope.
In this Second Edition of The Biggest Little Book About Hope, Kathryn Goetzke continues on her hope journey, her understanding of hope, and how it can be used to improve every area of life. She has further improved upon her hope skills by seeking out newer research findings and applying any changes she’s made in her own growth as she further embraces past struggles. She recently launched Hopeful Mindsets with global experts, working with global experts to teach about how to apply a Hopeful Mindset to all areas of life.