Genre and Audience: Self-Help Book for Teens
You’ll like this if you like: Improving Yourself, Fun, Feeling Empowered, Having Better Relationships, and High Self-Esteem.
In short, here are the habits:
- Be Proactive
- Begin With the End in Mind
- Put First Things First
- Think Win-Win
- Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood
- Sharpen the Saw
This book provides an in-depth study of all of these habits through quotes, tests, exercises, charts, stories, and comics. It was so engaging, and the points are right on. Basically, it encourages you to base your actions—and your entire life—off of your core principles. The advice is very applicable, and the exercises at the end of each chapter are incredibly helpful. Whenever I finish a good book about improvement, it’s like a breath of fresh air. I feel empowered, renewed. Anyways, if you can purchase this through Kindle or a local bookstore, you won’t regret it.
Do you generally like reading self-help books for teens? Are there any that you’d recommend?