Based on his New York Times bestseller Teens Can Make It Happen, Stedman Graham now introduces the Teens Can Make It Happen Workbook -- the essential hands-on guide to teen life.
From Stedman Graham, the bestselling author of Teens Can Make It Happen, comes an activity-filled workbook designed to help teens realize their full potential. The Teens Can Make It Happen Workbook is packed with entertaining exercises that will show you how to work your way through Graham's nine steps to success.
The workbook teaches the nine steps discussed in Teens Can Make It Happen, along with a variety of fun, thought-provoking, and, ultimately, life-changing activities for those ready and willing to make it happen. From group activities to self-tests to journaling, the workbook is filled with relevant and practical exercises for any teen looking to make that journey to adulthood an easy one. You will learn ways to create a whole new vision of how to use your talents and desires to become your best. In order to achieve this vision, Graham stresses, you must believe in the possibility of your success in order to have a strong sense of self-understanding and awareness.
Written in an entertaining and interactive style, Graham bridges the gap between education and the real world and, in addition, shows you how to boost self-esteem, avoid peer pressure, and handle the stresses of daily life that are part of being a young adult.
As founder of Athletes Against Drugs, an organization created to combat drug abuse and promote youth leadership, Graham knows how to talk to teenagers. Whether used as a companion to Teens Can Make It Happen or on its own, the Teens Can Make It Happen Workbook shows you how to take control of your life, and, consequently, your destiny.
About the Author
Stedman Graham is chairman and CEO of S. Graham and Associates, a management and marketing consulting firm based in Chicago. He is the author of ten books, including two New York Times bestsellers. Graham lectures and conducts seminars for businesses and organizations around the country. He is a former adjunct professor at Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University, and is currently a visiting professor at several other universities. Active in philanthropy and community work, he is on the international board of Junior Achievement, is founder of Athletes Against Drugs, and is a member of the Economic Club of Chicago.