Thursday, September 01, 2016

What's the Deal With Teens and Time Management: A Parent's Guide to Helping Your Teen Succeed By Leslie Josel Giveaway

“What’s the Deal with Teens and Time Management” takes parents step-by-step through the basics of teaching their teens the time management skills they need to succeed—at school, at work and in life!
In a readable, breezy and witty fashion, Josel opens the door to the world of time management, what it really means, why it’s important and why your teen probably doesn’t “get it.” And throughout the book, Josel offers up the “Triple Ts” – her tried and true Tips, Tools and Techniques – to provide support and guidance for parents looking to help their teens understand, develop and implement time management skills.
In this book, you’ll learn:

The FIVE mindsets parents need to start their teen on the journey of time management awareness.
How to create a “Personal Homework Profile” to better understand how your teen tackles homework.
How to help your teen create a time sense and develop “future awareness”.
How to pick an appropriate paper or electronic academic planner and how to properly plan their time.
How to create a peaceful and calm morning routine to get your teen out the door.
Case studies, useful resources, Leslie’s straight talk and much, much more!

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I recevied a complimentary copy.

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Cassandra's review-  A very interesting book that actually helps to guide and remove the higher stresses from a teens time and focuses.   Leslie is super helpful and easy to understand.  Not only will your teen benefit, but you can too and by using this book together with your teen it might help the more heated times of the hormonal teen and stress lash outs.

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