Bloomington, IN, December 13, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- First-Time Author Focuses on Life Lessons for Teens.
Book Provides a Framework for Success for the Rest of Their Lives.
Keeping a future-oriented mindset during the critical period of adolescence can be a difficult task without someone or something guiding the way. Drawing upon the insights of others, research and his own personal experience, Joseph Larnyoh, with his co-author Chrispat Okutu, compiled a guide for teenagers to help them reach their maximum potential in life. His recently published work, The Keys to Success: 21 Things Every Teen Should Know is a unique roadmap for teenagers, providing tools aimed specifically for their age group.
The Keys to Success provides easy-to-understand, quick-read chapters that guide teens’ thoughts and, most importantly, their actions, toward success and real prosperity. Highlighting tips and giving insight to life lessons not necessarily taught in school, Larnyoh illustrates essential information on topics including:
· Setting Your Focus
· Finding a Mentor
· Planning and Setting Goals
· Managing Time Wisely
· Keeping a Clean Environment and the Importance of Exercising
· Knowing and Believing in Yourself
“This book is written to assist people, particularly the young people of countries from all parts of the globe, to develop their God-given potential in a world of frustrations and disappointments, without the fear of failure that, in fact, leads to failure,” states Larnyoh.
Showing genuine interest and care for every reader of his book, Larnyoh pushes them to find out who they are and develop their natural abilities as well as spend time on skills that may be learned, such as leadership and decision making. Larnyoh provides teens the tools to get a head start and advance in today’s world. More information can be obtained on the author’s web site, www.jijol.com.
About the Author
Joseph Larnyoh graduated from Weber State University in Utah. After working as a full-time missionary, he settled in Los Angeles, California, and is currently an accountant.
ISBN: 0-595-50161-3; iUniverse; Published May 2008; Paperback $13.95; 6 x 9; 138 Pages
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