The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens Personal Workbook
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- an excellent, activity-based extension of 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
- packed with meaningful yet no-pressure assignments to help teenagers discover how great they are
- a great read for students for whom written homework assignments aren’t enough to satisfy their inner writer bug
As workbooks clarify and cement what they learn from larger textbooks, so does Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens Personal Workbook provide additional practice space to young readers who’ve digested the larger book, and who want to delve even deeper into its message.
An extension of Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, this companion workbook fails to break new ground, at least as far as the original book’s overall content is concerned. Structured as “a personal journal, designed to help [teens] think deeply about [their lives] and explore [their] own strengths and weaknesses,” this Personal Workbook urges teens to get hands-on with handling their innermost selves, making it a recommended purchase for enlightened fans of Highly Effective Teens.
For teen readers with enough daring to indulge in deeper self-discovery than their classrooms can likely support, and for the parents and adults happy to facilitate this journey within, the workbook can work wonders. Intimate yet non-intimidating activities and quizzes allow readers to work on restructuring self-paradigms for empowerment, maximizing one’s Personal Bank Account, and other strategies to help improve teens’ relationships with themselves. This Workbook would most appeal to the highly introspective, writerly teen with enough fuel in their fingertips to handle a thought-provoking personality workout after the homework’s through.