Find Friends. Build Confidence. Gain Self-Esteem.
"This is one of the best guides out there today." ―Sean Covey, bestselling author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
Find friends and earn self-confidence by taking awkwardness head on
Who are you? As a young adult you struggle with lots of issues―finishing school, finding a career, finding a partner, and most importantly figuring out who you are. That can be overwhelming, especially when you feel like the people all around you have it all figured out. Don't worry, you don't have to navigate life alone.
Become your best self. Figuring out how to find friends, develop relationships, and to be confident is a step-by-step process. Now help is available in Embracing the Awkward, written by the popular teen-advice-YouTuber, The Josh Speaks. This isn't another dry instructional book written by a boring adult disconnected from the millennial reality, it's a guide, a workbook, an empowering step towards trying things out, discovering who you are, and becoming your best self.
Embracing the Awkward gives you ideas for developing your own unique style of speaking and engaging with others. It contains infographics and workbook elements that offer a step-by-step checklist of activities, along with examples of things to say, topics to talk about and ways to lead into situations.
Learn how to:
- Approach people
- Lead into conversations with groups
- Make strong friendships in school
- Approach your crushes and ask them out
- Deal with failure and rejection
- Maintain family relationships
Young adult self-help books such as 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, Living With Intensity, The Science of Making Friends, and The Gifted Teen Survival Guide have helped people navigate the teen years and build self-esteem. Now Embracing the Awkward is here to take you to a new level of confidence, self-esteem and success.
- ISBN-13: 9781633537361
- ISBN-10: 1633537366
- Publisher: Mango
- Publish Date: May 2018
- Dimensions: 8.2 x 5.5 x 0.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.6 pounds
- Page Count: 236
- Reading Level: Ages 14-16