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What the community says about Making Me Happen
- "My son has a lot of issues with confidence, just like I did at his age. I ordered this book on a friend's recommendation, and gave it a quick read. This is a great book helping kids understand their talents, shortcomings, and what makes them unique as individuals. Adolescence is more difficult than most of us remember, but this is a great way to help kids manage it."
- "If a child is struggling, this book can be a motivational resource to get them back on track. It is written in the form on a workbook which allows parents and children to work together in achieving success. Throughout the workbook, strategies are taught that will give one the skills in areas such as; How to maximize strengths while managing around weaknesses, how to set action goals versus result goals, how to manage time and take control, how to master the art of failing, and how to implement the 8 steps to success. "
- "If you suspect that your child is having problems with their self esteem then let me tell you, this is the book to consult. It really does include a host of useful techniques that can drastically help the way your child and their peers see them and it isn't a bad read at all. You as the parent have some control in the content and you can read along with your child and offer your help and assistance when needed."
- "I read to my son every night before he goes to bed, so I am always on the look out for books appropriate for bedtime. Making Me Happen didn't really fit the bill, as it is more of a self help book for kids, written by the kids. Tried reading it one night and ended up questioning where I was going in life and working through the exercises myself. My son was not impressed."
- "This looks like a great read for your tween/teen struggling with their purpose in life. This teaches them how to identify and realize both their strengths and weaknesses and to maneuver through each. While I think the price is a little high, I believe it would be a great read. Maybe even for adults to read to be able to help their kids. I will be adding this to my reads."
- "I have a young son who's bored with school and doesn't know what he wants to do with himself. The ideas in this book have really helped me work with him to focus on his goals and figure out what he needs to be doing to start on the road to accomplishing them."