Success Iceberg Poster (hardcopy)

Success Iceberg Poster (hardcopy)


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A High-Quality Hard Copy of the Poster

This poster is printed on a high-quality eggshell card stock (non-glossy). The poster size is 11'' x 17'' (28 x 43 cm).

Frame is not included.

It is perfect for a classroom, a homeschool room, or child's bedroom. 

A Great Visual Reminder

This poster is a great visual reminder for kids that every accomplished or successful person had to invest a lot of effort, work, and many other things until they achieved their goals.

It shows there are no shortcuts and there are no overnight successes. 

Success means effort, grit, failures, frustrations, rejections. It also means kindness towards others and taking care of yourself. 

An Important Conversation Tool 

This poster is an important conversation tool to spark the discussion about success:

  • Ask your child to imagine they're on the ship in the sea and they see an iceberg (just like in this poster). Ask which part of the iceberg they can see from their ship.
  • Explain an iceberg has two parts: what people see (above the water line) and what people don’t see (beneath the water). Only a small part of an iceberg is visible, whereas the larger part of an iceberg is hidden beneath the water.
  • Explain that this is similar to when they see a successful person. They can only see the outcome of this person's actions and most of their accomplishments (the visible part of the iceberg). Whereas the efforts that were necessary to achieve such an outcome remain hidden and unnoticed (the invisible part of an iceberg that is beneath the water line).
  • Ask what they think they need to do to achieve success and fulfill their dreams (put forth effort, accept their failures, learn from mistakes, be kind and help others, etc.).
  • Expand the conversation by talking about your own successes and what it took you to achieve them.
  • Give an example of a famous person like Thomas Edison who went through ten thousand experiments before he invented his light bulb. 

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EC
11/26/2017
Elise Constantine
Anchorage Alaska

Love love love

Inspirational

NS
10/31/2017
Nina S.
New Zealand

Love this website!

So glad I discovered this company, amazing products!

MP
10/29/2017
Mary Palmer
Minneapolis Minnesota

Fantastic visual!

I have this hanging up in my room and I have used it quite a few times in lessons to show my students how failing and trying again is a large part of finding success. Great poster!

J
10/29/2017
Jennifer
Eugene, OR

Great Visual

It is always great to have a visual/anchor to reference. Great for students and staff!

S
10/29/2017
Sarah
Wellington, New Zealand

Great resource

Awesome teaching and parenting resource.