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It is a huge honour to introduce award-winning, best-selling author, entrepreneur and psychologist-in-training, Kylie Mort, to the blog to celebrate the release of her new picture book, Little People Big Emotions! Together with talented illustrator and graphic designer, Tiina Morton, their valuable, heartfelt resource on encouraging positive mindsets is a beautiful, prevalent and much needed addition to any home and school setting. Thanks for joining us on this important journey!
About the Author
Kylie Mort is many things, but she is a wordsmith at heart. Through a traumatic and abusive childhood, books were her refuge. Later, as an introverted and ostracised adolescent, the adult praise she got when she wrote about texts at school was a lifeline to cling to. And she needed a lifeline, nearly losing her life twice between the ages of 10-16! Books were her doorway to a new world, both in the now and the future.
Now an International Amazon #1 Best-Selling Author with Multi-Award-Winning publications, she is also an App Developer with a FREE APP, available on Google Play and The Apple App Store, that supports essay and narrative writing, self-reflection journaling and project management for students in targeted Question and Answer templates. “How to Write with Kylie Mort” guides students one sentence at a time through a step-by-step process that concludes with a complete and easily downloaded full essay! More information about this resource can be found at app.kyliemort.com.au
Due to her educational background as a qualified and registered secondary school teacher, Kylie’s main day-to-day activity is holistic coaching online. However, her private clients receive the additional benefits of an educational tutor qualified in performance coaching, NLP, CBT, and Erikson Hypnosis. She uses her wide and varied resources to best connect with individual learners and holistically guide them through their individual challenges toward their ultimate unique successes.
Kylie is an avid life-longer learner, who enjoys educating on mind/body connections and pathways, drawing from her experience as a qualified and registered yoga teacher, continuing her studies in her 500hr training in yoga history and philosophy. Kylie is also a student of Psychology at Deakin University and an apprentice diesel mechanic studying at the Kangan Institute in Docklands, Melbourne!
Kylie’s vocation is helping to develop strong, resilient, unique individuals who know their worth, challenge their weaknesses, build their strengths and trust that they are #importantspecialsafeandloved.
Her guaranteed commitment is to provide all who read her publications and work within her programs the inner strength, knowledge, and empowerment to live their best lives.
Kylie likes to connect to the world from her farm in North-East Victoria, Australia.
READ ALL ABOUT IT! CONGRATULATIONS, Kylie on your fantastic ABLE Awards WIN for Little People Big Emotions!
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“Benalla author and businesswoman Kylie Mort has won a gold award for her book Little People Big Emotions — and is in line for more.
She picked up the accolade at the Able book awards held at Crown Plaza on October 8, which celebrated its strengths in educating young people about emotional intelligence.
Showing the diversity of her professional talents, Ms Mort is standing out as an outstanding contributor to education in both consultative positions and written resources.
“Of all the books I have published and all the awards I have received, this is the special one because this book is so very special,” Ms Mort said.”
– Shepparton News, October 18, 2022.
About the Illustrator
Tiina Morton is the strategy driven designer behind Possum Design Studio, located in Western Australia. She loves to combine illustration and graphic design. Tiina’s inspiration comes from colour, nature and all the creatures and patterns in it.
Tiina has also had the opportunity of illustrating some books commissioned by Serenity Press and written by Sarah, Duchess of York.