The Teen’s Guide to World Domination: Advice on Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Awesomeness

September 2, 2019 - Comment

GIVE YOUR TEEN THE KNOWLEDGE, GUIDANCE AND SKILLS THEY NEED TO SUCCESSFULLY NAVIGATE THEIR WORLD. “This book is a must-read for ANY teen. Josh wisely addresses crucial topics in a way that’s entertaining and grabs the attention of even the most skeptical teen immediately.” –Ellen Rakieten, Executive Producer of OPRAH A “TEEN TESTED” & “PARENT

GIVE YOUR TEEN THE KNOWLEDGE, GUIDANCE AND SKILLS
THEY NEED TO SUCCESSFULLY NAVIGATE THEIR WORLD.

“This book is a must-read for ANY teen. Josh wisely addresses crucial topics in a way that’s entertaining and grabs the attention of even the most skeptical teen immediately.”
–Ellen Rakieten, Executive Producer of OPRAH

A “TEEN TESTED” & “PARENT APPROVED” BOOK WITH 500,000 COPIES SOLD.

Teens are becoming more independent and their environment more unpredictable.
Deep down, they want to do well…

But they’re struggling – and you’re struggling – to figure out how to navigate the teenage years… To feel prepared for a future that might seem like a distant dream…

What tools do you have to prepare them for tomorrow? To enable them to make good decisions… in demanding situations?

Schools and relationships are not as simple as they were when you were a kid. Your teen has to respond to difficult situations almost everyday.

Renowned Teen Mentor Josh Shipp (featured on CNN, Good Morning America & 20/20) is pulling together all of his sound advice for “world domination” into a must-have survival guide. Hilarious, inspirational, and sound, Josh offers teen tested/parent approved wisdom for everything that has teens freaking out. So, summon your inner hero and learn to dominate the seven “villains” that are keeping you from awesomeness.

“GHOSTS” Your painful mistakes, that are holding you back & causing self-doubt. Confront them once and for all.

“NINJAS” Back-stabbing “friends” who earn your trust to fulfill their own agendas. Call them out and they won’t stand a chance

“PIRATES” Bullies and bad boyfriends who take advantage of you. Write them off and tune them out

“ROBOTS” Individuals who want to “program” you to be like them. Understand their true intent to improve your communication

“VAMPIRES” Negative influences and addictions, which draw you in and steal your identity. Regain your self-esteem before you get bit

“ZOMBIES” Chronic complainers who drag you down with their pessimism. The best zombie-repellant is gratitude! Learn that it’s not what happens to you, it’s how you respond

“PUPPIES” They seem all fun and innocent on the surface, but often blindside you with hidden consequences. Learn how to think smart about such things.

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Anonymous says:

Not my sensitive teenager’s favorite, but I loved the message I read this with my 17-year-old daughter and my take on it was that I wish I’d heard all this when I was her age, but of course, there’s nothing like hind-sight. Her take was not as positive, unfortunately, mainly because she didn’t like the author’s tone in which she felt he was condescending when, for example, he offers his insight on “dominating your own world,” followed by the question, “Are you willing to dominate your own world? If you can’t answer “yes,” just shut the book, eBay it, and…

Anonymous says:

My 17 year old said it is full of good information, but is written for younger kids Bought this for my girls, ages 12-17 to read. I took the advice of another reviewer and placed a $20 bill as a bookmark.I haven’t read the book. My 17 year old said it is full of good information, but is written for younger kids. I have noticed that she is more appreciative and likely to help with household chores since she has read it. Next in line is my 14 year old. I’ll write another review when she finishes.

Anonymous says:

Stunned. I have 14 year old son who is very bright but generally would rather do pretty much anything other than read. I bought this book and without a word put it on his bedside table. Over the next two days he spent all his free time reading this book from cover to cover and when he was finished proceeded to tell me about how awesome it was. Two days later I walked into his usual disaster area room to find it immaculate, drawers and closet completely cleaned out and reorganized, various belongings put…

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