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I've been reading a quite interesting book of late, What I Wish I Knew at 18, by Dennis Trittin, a successful business manager, educator and mentor. Dennis promotes leadership and life management as well as serving as an advisor to a number of charitable groups. He is also available as a speaker. Take a peek at some of the things he shares:
***109 Success Pointers to incorporate into your life***
- Life Perspective (Direct your life toward others, Don't allow work to consume your life, Control what you can, but accept what you can't ...)
- Character (Cultivate a servant's heart, Stand up for your beliefs and values with conviction, Don't whine..just do it!, Laugh often ...)
- Relationships & Communication (Put relationships before things, Enthusiasm is contagious, Choose reconciliation over grudges whenever possible, ...)
- Spiritual Life (Seek God's wisdom in matters big and small, Count your blessings, ...)
- Handling Adversity (Release you pain through prayer, loved ones, and exercise, Seek opportunities to help others in even worse shape, ..)
- Miscellaneous (Plan, don't procrastinate, Become a masterful decision maker, Don't let technology rule your life, ...)
- College Academics (Excelling is about planning, preparing, & performing, Consider the rainbow highlighter study method)
- Career Selection & Advancement (Seek the wisdom of experienced pros, Learn to persuasively market yourself, ...)
- Love & Marriage (Choose your spouse as a forever decision, Commit to making life choices to avoid poverty, ...)
- Managing Your Finances (Commit to your financial literacy, Live within your means and generate positive cash flow, Use credit sparingly and wisely, ...)
What I Thought: I like this book. The life lessons in the book are useful and insightful, and Dennis has great suggestions which are sure to put yourself or your older teen on a track to a happy, balanced and productive life. I'm looking forward to discussing the various sections of this book with my daughter as we talk about "what comes next" in her life. If you're looking for a bit of direction and encouragement, you'll likely enjoy this book. All words, no pictures, but powerful words!
Would you like to have your own copy? I'll be picking a winner randomly from comments submitted on this post at noon on Friday, April 5th. That's right, just leave a comment here that you're interested, and you're in!! Good luck and Blessings to all who enter!
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