KODIP Teen Strategies

1) Business Name: Teen Strategies

2) Product Name: Teen Strategies

3) Category: Self-help

4) Age Group selling to: 13-18

5) Boy or Girl preferred: Both

6) Advertising: Imagine something for teens that has actually been developed by teens that will help you live a better teen life.

7) Price: 0.00

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I didn’t think that my digital product would be a book report, but bear with me.

I guess I am like most teens when I realize that there is lots that I want out of life but I haven’t figured out how to get there.

I stumbled across the book called “Life Strategies for Teens” in a bookstore and for some reason at that time I was thinking about my future. To my surprise, the introduction got me real interested. I could relate to wanting to learn life strategies to help me get more of what I want and less of what I don’t want in life.

I have always like a challenge in sports but never really applied the same attitude to making big changes in my life. The book quickly challenged me and convinced me that I could succeed and accomplish things I have thought about but haven’t done anything about.

The book is written by a teen who did his homework by talking to teens and understanding what we think about, besides sex, music and sports.

The book uses the words “tools” like the TeachingKidsBusiness.com resource center. I’m really starting to get it; tools like these will help me make the right choices to get the results I want.

I think we have all developed a bad attitude towards what is good for us. The book puts it this way, “life, in many ways, is a series of games that have rules and skill requirements just like any other game.” The book show you the rules.

I know how much we question some o f the stuff we learn in school. The book talks about a lot of stuff that we would like to learn that doesn’t seem to make it to the classroom or at home.

You are taken through a number of “Life Laws” which you will get as much out of as you want. There really is some great information, its new stuff and different from the way teachers and parents give advice.

The book ends with a good message, “believe in yourself, be who you are, and don’t put yourself down in comparison to other people. You have the potential for a great life ahead of you, but it is up to you to live it.”

Good luck in creating your own plan, developing life strategies and balancing the fun of teen years and the years you are preparing for.