Review of The Teenage Guide to Success

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Review of The Teenage Guide to Success

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[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "The Teenage Guide to Success" by Colton Fidelman.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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Basically, everyone knows what success means and wants to be successful, but in reality, not everyone is successful. The drive to be successful is more on the part of teenagers, and at these stages of life, most could do anything to achieve success, which is why a substantial level of guidance needs to be given to them. Books like The Teenage Guide to Success by Colton Fidelman provide insights on the right approach to success. Let’s go!
 
In the introductory part of this book, the author narrates how he battled depression, which made him resent his friend and resulted in addictive behaviours, but then he healed, which is not something that is easy based on his experiences and also interviews with great people. The author has put forward this beautiful book and has broken it down in a way teenagers can achieve winning in all aspects of life with this simple formula, TICK TOCK. This was gotten from one clock, ticking time, and TikTok, which is very easy to remember. This acronym stands for: taming social media, inspiring hard work, choosing a mentor, knowing your struggles, treasures beyond money, owning your passion, cultivating relationships, and knowledge expansion. And in nice, well-detailed chapters, the author was able to transform minds through the breakdown of this formula. Grab a copy to read about it.
 
The TICK TOCK formula covers a wide range of principles, addressing personal and professional growth, relationships, and the importance of a positive mindset. This wide range showcases that the book is not just limited to teenagers; adults can greatly benefit from it. I also enjoyed the fact that the book follows a clear step-by-step structure, allowing readers to easily grasp and implement the principles outlined in the TICK TOCK formula. Also, the author had his audience at heart as the book focused on the challenges and opportunities faced by teenagers and addressed such issues. Jose's story on how he was able to expand his catering business due to learning from mentors was very fascinating and emphasised the need to have a mentor while on the path to discovering success. I didn’t notice any errors while reading, which shows that the book was properly edited.
 
I would say the lack of diverse perspectives is noticeable in the book. For instance, if all success stories predominantly feature individuals from similar backgrounds or industries, readers from more varied backgrounds may find it challenging to connect with the examples provided. However, this doesn’t reduce the quality of this book, and I would still rate it five out of five stars, following what has been previously said. I would also recommend this book to teenagers, parents, coaches, and guardians.

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This review appreciated the book and applauded the author for doing a great job in creating it. Based on the pleasant impression the author's writing created, the reviewer also did well in making me want to include the book on my bookshelf.
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This review is helpful as it provides a clear overview of the book's content and structure. It highlights the book's appeal to teenagers and adults alike by addressing various aspects of personal and professional growth. The step-by-step structure and real-life examples make it easy to understand and implement the principles outlined in the TICK TOCK formula. While the lack of diverse perspectives is noted, the overall quality of the book is still highly praised. This review is sufficient and could motivate potential readers to purchase the book, making it a valuable addition to their library according to the reviewer.
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The review provides a positive evaluation of "The Teenage Guide to Success" by Colton Fidelman, highlighting its ability to offer guidance to teenagers on achieving success. The TICK TOCK formula is praised for covering various aspects of personal and professional growth, and the step-by-step structure makes it easy to follow. The book is suggested not only for teenagers but also for adults. The absence of diverse perspectives is noted but does not diminish the book's quality. Overall, the review rates the book five out of five stars and recommends it to teenagers, parents, coaches, and guardians.
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Post by Kelvin Suraj »

This book seem wonderful to young readers. Your review is engaging and well detailed. The title of the book is charming and inspiring.
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