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Book Review: Success Skills for High School, College, and Career, Rev Ed.

2020 has been a rough year for students. All the more reason to take a moment and focus on skill building. Success Skills for High School, College, and Career is now revised and ready to help students plan for success.

What makes Success Skills for High School, College, and Career, Rev Ed. a great read and perfect gift to include for the Holidays?

There are 8 chapters focusing first on Getting to Know Yourself and ending with Embracing Mentoring. By reading through this book you get to know your strengths and weaknesses. You are inspired to properly challenge yourself in various ways for your career path. As you move through the chapters you learn how to communicate and form business relationships. Then tackle what it means today to look and act in a professional way all while balancing your personal life.

Less of a book full of inspiring quotes and motivation, it is more of a road map to cover all you can think of when getting to and staying in your goal profession and making it work for you beyond the road you took getting there.

I have read a few success books that told me ‘aim high’ or ‘take notes…” but I have never been told in a success book that College students can visit their school’s student center on advice on how to dress for an interview and even help you acquire such clothing. This makes a great gift for students with plenty of skills and advice for 2020 and beyond!

Get a 50-page application workbook download for free when you purchase the book/ebook.

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Tony Platz

I like the price and I think it would be a great resource for my son he needs the time management part the most .