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Success For Teens: Real Teens Talk About Using The Slight Edge PDF, ePub eBook Stop waiting for life to happen. Start pursuing your dreams now! Success for Teens will show you that success is not about smarts, looks, or luck. It's about becoming the best possible person you can be and making the most of your talents and opportunities. By understanding and applying the slight edge philosophy, you'll learn the time-tested principles for excelling in al Stop waiting for life to happen. Start pursuing your dreams now! Success for Teens will show you that success is not about smarts, looks, or luck. It's about becoming the best possible person you can be and making the most of your talents and opportunities. By understanding and applying the slight edge philosophy, you'll learn the time-tested principles for excelling in all areas of your life: Time Management, Goal-Setting, Self-esteem, dream-building, self-motivation, habits and purpose.

30 review for Success For Teens: Real Teens Talk About Using The Slight Edge

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jenni

    Reading the book "Success for Teens" was very informative. Many kids try to figure out how they can be a more successful person. In this book it discusses how you can be the best person you can be and how you can make the most of your talents and dreams in life. Some key principles they state in here are time management, goal-setting, self-esteem, self-motivation, dream-building, habits, and purpose. They use examples from real teenagers lives and show a solution using the principles above on ho Reading the book "Success for Teens" was very informative. Many kids try to figure out how they can be a more successful person. In this book it discusses how you can be the best person you can be and how you can make the most of your talents and dreams in life. Some key principles they state in here are time management, goal-setting, self-esteem, self-motivation, dream-building, habits, and purpose. They use examples from real teenagers lives and show a solution using the principles above on how a person can deal with the situation. I find this book good for teenagers who are looking to better themselves, any gender. This book really transformed me into a person that can be more diversified and open-minded. I think this book is well worth reading if you want to better yourself and become a totally renewed person.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Emily

    This book is meant to help teens to become successful. However, I believe that this book is meant for everyone. While it is best to hear this helpful information when you're young, it also would help any adult to climb out of a bad situation such as losing a job or your own self-esteem. This book helps to encourage teens to be the best people they can be. You can write in this book your goals and dreams to help change your life as you go through the steps in this book, which I found helpful to This book is meant to help teens to become successful. However, I believe that this book is meant for everyone. While it is best to hear this helpful information when you're young, it also would help any adult to climb out of a bad situation such as losing a job or your own self-esteem. This book helps to encourage teens to be the best people they can be. You can write in this book your goals and dreams to help change your life as you go through the steps in this book, which I found helpful to organize your thoughts and feelings as you read. A cool thing this book has is, real teens writing about how they got out of a tough family life and were successful. It's good to hear inspiration from real people who have tested out the slight edge. This helps to convince you that using the tips in this book can help improve anyone's life. The eight main tips of the slight edge to be successful in this book are: 1) Little Things Matter 2) Attitude Is Everything 3) Use the Moment 4) Everything Starts with Small Steps 5) There's No Such Thing As Failure 6) Habits Are Powerful 7) You're Always Learning 8) You Can Make Your Dreams into Reality

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sydney Springer

    Unbearably cheesy, but my friend and I laughed our heads off. I had to read this for school and I feel like I'm going through a self-help phase. The writing was interesting and I had no problems staying awake. I especially enjoyed the stories in the gray boxes and the workbook format. Highly recommend for new teenagers.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Didier

    Gary Wilbers from Mi-America Wireless and Ascend Business Strategies gave me this book. To me, this book is better than the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens. Love both books.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

    So why is a relatively old guy like me reading a book for teens? Why couldn't I just read a similar book on the subject for adults? Two reasons. 1) Teens often get a bad rap for being lazy or rebellious or some other form of negative behavior. This book wouldn't have been written if the author thought all teens were like that. And the several examples in the book by teens who are anything but lazy (Rebellious? Maybe, but in a good way) back that truth. And, 2) A book for (and especially in part So why is a relatively old guy like me reading a book for teens? Why couldn't I just read a similar book on the subject for adults? Two reasons. 1) Teens often get a bad rap for being lazy or rebellious or some other form of negative behavior. This book wouldn't have been written if the author thought all teens were like that. And the several examples in the book by teens who are anything but lazy (Rebellious? Maybe, but in a good way) back that truth. And, 2) A book for (and especially in part *by*) teens who long to make something big of their lives forces me to look at myself as a person many years older than they and evaluate where I am this much later in life. Many of the principles and exercises in the book are foundational to success at any age, and as such pretty much anybody can read this book and, if they take the suggested actions, they can get far in life. I would strongly recommend this book, especially for teens; but hey if you're an adult and happen to come across it, give it a try. Some hard work and deep thinking will be necessary to get the most out of it. Yet think of the great things that can come of that.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Brendan C

    all kids need to read this

  7. 5 out of 5

    Derek

    The simplicity of the lessons are refreshing.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Kester Nucum

    Review: 8 out of 10 stars Success For Teens: Real Teens Talk About Using The Slight Edge informs its readers how to use the Slight Edge to accomplish your goals and dreams. It uses the testimonies of many teenagers and has interactive questionnaires at the end of each chapter. Short but satisfying read. This would be a 9 or 10 star if it had changed my life, but it didn't. I did get one lesson, though, which I am going to use in my relationship with God: Destroy bad habits at the root of the probl Review: 8 out of 10 stars Success For Teens: Real Teens Talk About Using The Slight Edge informs its readers how to use the Slight Edge to accomplish your goals and dreams. It uses the testimonies of many teenagers and has interactive questionnaires at the end of each chapter. Short but satisfying read. This would be a 9 or 10 star if it had changed my life, but it didn't. I did get one lesson, though, which I am going to use in my relationship with God: Destroy bad habits at the root of the problem. This book did exceed my expectations by not being actually boring! It was actually engaging, especially the testimonies from other teenagers. Recommendation: I would, but a lot of teens wouldn't just pick this up and read it (except for me).

  9. 5 out of 5

    Veronika

    Positive - the first think I could think of as to define the book. Doesn't make you feel low about your bad habits, but makes you believe you can easily turn them into positive ones by just doing a few small steps every day so that they compound over time and you get a positive result. Makes you believe you can achieve your goals by just defining them and sticking by the plan you've created. No drastic changes - steps easy to do, as well as easy not to do. Good examples and a long list of furthe Positive - the first think I could think of as to define the book. Doesn't make you feel low about your bad habits, but makes you believe you can easily turn them into positive ones by just doing a few small steps every day so that they compound over time and you get a positive result. Makes you believe you can achieve your goals by just defining them and sticking by the plan you've created. No drastic changes - steps easy to do, as well as easy not to do. Good examples and a long list of further books to read. Thanks for the recommendation ^^

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mariah Millett

    I had to read this for a Senior class to help us with our college process. This book was really good and very eye opening. It taught me to look up and myself and to not think so lowly of myself and other for that fact. It taught me how to do the right things and the consequences of going both the good and the bad thing. I recommend this to any teen (15+)!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Cyndy

    I love the workbook format of this book! every chapter has a place at the end for the reader to apply the principle just taught to himself. it's minimal but effective. I also appreciate the many stories used to illustrate how others have applied those principles in their own lives. This book really helped motivate the teens I mentor with.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Anne Lawrence

    Great book. Wonderful resource for anyone who works with teens and young adults. The lessons I learned from my parents are spelled out in the book with examples from teens. This is a great book forparents of teens who do not think their parents understand their issues and concerns.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Johnnie

    This is the basic primer every mentor or parent should use to begin talking about goals with their students/kids. Very straightforward workbook style. Great discussion questions. Also works in the leadership group settings like I do.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Andrea

    Great read for teens, but there are definitely life lessons that everyone needs to be reminded of once in a while.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jacob Padgett

    about the exact same as 'The Slight Edge' still good principles though.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kellie Wagner

    My freshmen are reading this for another class. I've decided to read it with them in order to help them with their reflections.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Juli

    This book and it's adult version are easy read guides for business and personal success.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Walter Seward

    A must read for Teens.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mariah Adedeji

    This book is very informational. I enjoyed it because it helped me a lot. It also gave me some things to think about since I am goring up and I am preparing for collage.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Pam Cobbs

  21. 4 out of 5

    Tina White

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ravali Talasila

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. hkjggggggggggg

  23. 5 out of 5

    John Andrews

  24. 5 out of 5

    Veronica Donohoe

  25. 4 out of 5

    Gianna

  26. 4 out of 5

    Trent Thomas

  27. 4 out of 5

    Darcy Keenan

  28. 5 out of 5

    ChayanneFlores

  29. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Donnelly

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jessie Rember

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