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What I Wish I Knew at 18: Life Lessons for the Road Ahead is a comprehensive preparation guide to a successful launch into adulthood. It is filled with practical, before-the fact wisdom and based on the qualities and methods of honorable leaders. Written in a conversational style, the book serves as a life coach for young adults and as a leader’s guide for all who mentor them along their journey (parents, relatives, educators, faith leaders, mentors, and coaches). Its 109 success pointers span deeper subjects such as life perspective, character, relationships, communication, adversity, and spiritual life along with the key decisions they will face (e.g, college academics, career, marriage, and finances). It has thusly been described as a “Cliff Notes to a successful life.”
Who is it for?
Although written as a conversation with teens and young adults, What I Wish I Knew at 18 is also a resource for the following:
Parents, relatives and caregivers
Educators—as a Life Skills course book, a resource for faculty, counselors, and coaches, a gift for parent’s of incoming freshmen, a graduation gift for students, and a college freshmen seminar resource/gift
Faith leaders—as a resource for ministries involving teens, young adults, and parenting
Service organizations—as a mentor guide
Corporations—for direct use as well as a gift for clients and employees who are raising families
The What I Wish I Knew at 18 Student Guide is the curricular companion to the book of the same title. Together, they represent an innovative and interactive leadership and life skills training program for use by schools, universities, service organizations, parents, and faith communities. Through a combination of self assessments and dynamic group activities and discussions, students will acquire the necessary leadership and practical skills to succeed in life. The What I Wish I Knew at 18 book is an engaging, comprehensive, and conversational book written to help young people reach their full potential. Through lively illustration, simple instruction, and practical, reflective questions, the book reveals key, before-the-fact secrets to propel people into thriving adulthood. Unique in scope, universal in message, and timely in wisdom, this book offers young people a vision for success and pointers in key life decision arenas (e.g., career, finances).
About the Author
Dennis Trittin is a successful investment manager, educator, mentor, and author who is committed to helping young people reach their full potential. Now retired from a 30-year business career, he devotes his life to promoting life management skills and financial literacy. Dennis is the founder, President, and CEO of LifeSmart Publishing, LLC. He and his wife Jeanne are the parents of two children and reside in Gig Harbor, Washington.
Contact Information/Purchase Availability
Dennis can be reached at email@example.com and by phone at (920) 319-3169.
LifeSmart Publishing is located at 12913 50th Ave Ct NW, Gig Harbor, WA 98332.