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Losing Like a WINNER

Nobody likes to lose. And some struggle with it more than others.  Ooch knows about this topic as he struggled with being a poor loser throughout his childhood.  Now that he’s learned a thing or two, he’s out to share his findings with a new generation. 


The “Losing Like a WINNER” show is all about discovering ways to develop a winning attitude when faced with losing. We’re all going to lose at some point and when that happens, Ooch’s audience learns that they can “choose to lose” like a winner.


This 60-minute show discusses:


  • Why we lose and what it means.

  • The reason why some of us get SO upset when we lose.

  • How to lose like a WINNER

  • How to be a good WINNER (when we win).


At the conclusion of the show, students will not only have a better understanding of losing and how to be positive in defeat but will have learned a few physical techniques they can use the next time they lose.  


Losing has never been so much fun!

Recommended ages for this show: K - 8th grades


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  • The definition of bullying

  • How to realize when we are being a bully

  • Why we get bullied

  • What to do during and after we've been bullied

  • What to do to stop bullying

  • The power of the bystander

  • The importance of reporting the incident directly after it happens


A show about INCLUSION.

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PERFECT is impossible. GREATNESS is within our reach.


Pick 3 components that fit your school best!

Ooch's perfectly imperfect

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