It seems like a lot, but it’s not. Complaining about life, homework, parents, and relationships may be normal now, but don’t let it become your defining trait. When you’re forty years old and still moaning, a big chunk of your four thousand weeks have slipped by, and you’re no closer to happiness than you were as a teen. This book is a guide to starting the journey to your ideal life now, instead of wasting time being a drip. * Discover the real you, and what you want out of life * Stop moaning and get moving now, while there’s plenty of time * Lose your bad habits before they become your personality * Figure out how you want to contribute, and find a way to do it The bottom line is this: it’s easy to be the average version of yourself, but is that really all you want? Don’t you want to achieve something? Get started now.
The Art of Being A Brilliant Teenager helps you figure out where you want to go, and how to get there. So, whether you’re an ambitious teenager, a parent or teacher desperate to turn a down-beat teenager into a ray of positivity and delight, How to Be a Brilliant Teenager is here to help.
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Number of pages: 160
Weight: 262 g
Dimensions: 203 x 126 x 15 mm