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The Johnathan Thurston Academy launches new booklets to help young Aussies shine and build vital soft skills for self-development.

Published on 18 May 2020

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The JT Academy is continuing its drive to help young Australians shine, launching a series of interactive booklets to keep them educated and informed on important issues.

JTBelieve is a series of 7 booklets inspired by the programs and workshops that are delivered and run by the JT Academy. Johnathan and his team have developed programs, books, and resources that aim to empower our youth, to achieve personal growth and life success.

Available through the JTResources page of the academy’s website, the booklets in the JTBelieve series are available as ebooks or paperbacks.  Primary and Secondary school versions available for each booklet. Suited and developed for all learning styles.

They are illustrative of the faith JT had when working hard despite early rejections to reach the highest heights of the NRL. The JTBelieve series of booklets, inspire hard work, educate, and improve self-development.

The second and third series will cover employment and empowering young women, available in the coming weeks.

JT Academy Managing Director Johnathan Thurston said the booklets were an important part of the academy’s reason to exist.

“We created the JT Academy in 2018 to help make a difference in the lives of young people, and these booklets are a key part of that goal,” he said.

To access the booklets go to


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