7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

By Sean Covey

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Have you ever wanted your chaotic life to become organized, easy, and have fun in everything you do?

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens offers a seven life-changing steps to becoming a new and improved you! Bad relationships, jealousy, hatred, and other bad habits can be cured by following Covey's short, fun guide to success and happiness in your life as well as creating a positive impact on others. Any good person would want to nip those bad habits at the bud, and this is how you can! Furthermore, this self-improvement novel practically lays out a red carpet to being the prosperous, kind, and wise person you strive for; it even gives you great advice on a route of better time management, work ethic, and prosperity in school now as well as in the workplace in the future. Any reasonable person would want to prepare for the workplace, and this book is your crash course to the actions and attitude of successful people. Finally, this book offers great tips and tools to strengthen or create new, trustworthy relationships and be happy for your success and the success of others. If you don't read this book and better your life, you'll look back and wish that you had. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens is a must read!


In seven simple steps, this book provides an easy, fun way to make your life a breeze with everything from procrastination to more serious topics like a healthy lifestyle or self-worth. For example, before I read this book, I was disorganized, stressed out, negative, an in an odd state of socially awkward. Even worse, I sort of blew off this book as a last resort in my summer reading options, but when I had finished reading my other choices and ran out of new books to read, I finally read it. Well, it is a good thing that I did, for this book was so life-changing that I want to share it to the world! It showed m how easy it is to make friends, be organized, good decision-making with the clarity this book provided.

Now I bet you're thinking, " But aren't self-improvement books dry, dull, boring, and complicated?" Not exactly. The author Sean Covey grew up around the dull psychological assessment of his father, the author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, so Sean took a new approach that he craved as a teen using illustrations, humor, simplicity, and real-life examples as well as a fundamental understanding of the modern teen's thought process.

So go on! Read it! What have you got to lose? What do you have to gain?