Developing better social skills in your teen can be challenging. The San Diego Book Review recently reviewed my book, Smile & Succeed for Teens: Must-Know People Skills for Today’s Wired World. This book makes developing better social skills in teens quick and easy. Read the review here.
Developing better social skills in your teen will help ensure success in school, work and life. Good social skills are expected in every aspect of life. Sadly, many teens are much better at texting than at face-to-face communication.
How do you teach social skills to your teen? I spent nine months meeting with a great group of teens for my award-winning book Smile & Succeed for Teens. I wanted their insight, along with input from many moms, grandmas and teachers.
Sadly, it’s no secret that many teens have poor eye contact, weak body language and have trouble having a conversation. This makes them weak candidates for the job market.
Smile & Succeed for Teens is a crash course in face to face communication to ensure teens succeed in school, work and life.
“This is a book every teenager will enjoy reading as they develop those essential people skills needed for success.”
“The writing is fun and friendly, with silly illustrations that keep the tone light and accessible, and not preachy. Paragraphs are short, sections are directed and concrete, examples clearly illustrate how to implement each concept.”
How are you developing better social skills in your teen?
Kirt Manecke is the author of the award-winning books Smile: Sell More with Amazing Customer Service, and Smile & Succeed for Teens: Must-Know People Skills for Today’s Wired World. Learn more about Kirt at his website.