7 Habits Journal for Teens

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Millons of teens have benefited from the powerful lessons in Sean Covey's The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens. Now, here is a powerful tool that can keep you focused on your journey to self-discovery and the life you have with your inner self, take an honest look at who you are, and change what you don't like. Throughtout this journal are quotes from The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens that will provide inspiration and help you make wise choices as you work toward your ...

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Overview

Millons of teens have benefited from the powerful lessons in Sean Covey's The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens. Now, here is a powerful tool that can keep you focused on your journey to self-discovery and the life you have with your inner self, take an honest look at who you are, and change what you don't like. Throughtout this journal are quotes from The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens that will provide inspiration and help you make wise choices as you work toward your unque dreams.

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The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens quickly sailed to the top of the teen bestseller charts, and now author Sean Covey aims to steer his readers even closer to fulfillment with this 7 Habits tool, designed to get teens thinking and writing.

With more than 200 lined pages of space, The 7 Habits Journal for Teens provides ample room for scratching down thoughts about life, yourself, family, romantic relationships, and more. In his introduction, Covey describes how he "got strength from writing," along with how journaling "can become your solace, your best friend, the only place where can fully express yourself no matter how angry, happy, scared, love-crazy, insecure, or confused you feel." Covey makes it wonderfully inviting, and thankfully, he's included the list of the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, along with more than 75 inspiring quotes to help get those juices flowing.

This useful blank journal is just waiting to be filled. Writers will appreciate Covey's words of wisdom and the book's clean presentation, while extra-creative types might take his advice about not sticking to just writing: "Feel free to paste in mementos, ticket stubs, love notes, and anything else that will preserve a memory," he suggests. An excellent method for teens to continue cruising down the road toward a satisfying life, this "personal tune-up and oil change" is important maintenance for the spirit. Matt Warner

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781501100758
  • Publisher: Touchstone
  • Publication date: 9/13/2014
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 1,036,439
  • Product dimensions: 9.10 (w) x 6.10 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Sean Covey is Executive Vice President of Global Solutions and Partnerships for FranklinCovey and has led the development of most of FranklinCovey’s organizational offerings, including: Focus, Leadership, The 4 Disciplines of Execution, The Leader in Me, and The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Sean oversees all of Franklin Covey’s International partnerships which cover over 140 countries.

Sean is also FranklinCovey’s Education Practice Leader and is devoted to transforming education around the globe through bringing leadership principles and skills to as many kids, educators, and schools as possible.

He is a New York Times bestselling author and has written several books, including The 6 Most Important Decisions You’ll Ever Make, The 7 Habits of Happy Kids, The 4 Disciplines of Execution, and The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, which has been translated into 20 languages and sold over 5 million copies worldwide. He is a seasoned speaker to kids, teens, and adults and has appeared on numerous radio and TV shows.

Sean graduated with honors from BYU with a Bachelor’s degree in English and later earned his MBA from Harvard Business School. As the starting quarterback for BYU, he led his team to two bowl games and was twice selected as the ESPN Most Valuable Player of the Game.

Born in Belfast Ireland, Sean’s favorite activities include going to movies, working out, hanging out with his kids, riding his dirt bike, and writing poor poetry. Sean and his wife Rebecca live with their children in the Rocky Mountains. For more information on Sean, visit SeanCovey.com. Follow Sean on Twitter @Sean_Covey.

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The 7 Habits Journal for Teens


By Sean Covey

Fireside

Copyright © 2002 Sean Covey
All right reserved.

ISBN: 0743237072

As a teenager, I got strength from writing in my journal. This was one of my ways of renewing myself, although I didn't think of it that way at the time. Like getting into nature, keeping a journal can do wonders for your soul. It can become your solace, your best friend, the only place where you can fully express yourself no matter how angry, happy, scared, love-crazy, insecure, or confused you feel.

Just like a car, you too need regular tune-ups and oil changes. Writing in a journal is like a personal tune-up and oil change. You get in touch with your inner self; you have the ability to look at yourself and change what you don't like. Writing down your deepest thoughts and emotions can clear your mind, boost your confidence, and help you find yourself.

There is no corect way to keep a journal. Feel free to paste in mementos, ticket stubs, love notes, and anything else that will preserve a memory. My old journals are full of secrets, poor art, and bad poetry. I know a young woman who writes down daily just one thing she is grateful for that particular day. It helps her to keep in touch with what is important.

So take time to start journaling here and now. You need time out to rejuvenate the best thing you've got going for yourself--you! You need time to relax and unstring your bow, time to treat yourself to a little tender loving care. This is what this journal is all about--YOU! Happy journaling!

--Sean Covey



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Introduction

As a teenager, I got strength from writing in my journal. This was one of my ways of renewing myself, although I didn't think of it that way at the time. Like getting into nature, keeping a journal can do wonders for your soul. It can become your solace, your best friend, the only place where you can fully eXpress yourself no matter how angry, happy, scared, love-crazy, insecure, or confused you feel.

Just like a car, you too need regular tune-ups and oil changes. Writing in a journal is like a personal tune-up and oil change. You get in touch with your inner self; you have the ability to look at yourself and change what you don't like. Writing down your deepest thoughts and emotions can clear your mind, boost your confidence, and help you find yourself.

There is no corect way to keep a journal. Feel free to paste in mementos, ticket stubs, love notes, and anything else that will preserve a memory. My old journals are full of secrets, poor art, and bad poetry. I know a young woman who writes down daily just one thing she is grateful for that particular day. It helps her to keep in touch with what is important.

So take time to start journaling here and now. You need time out to rejuvenate the best thing you've got going for yourself--you! You need time to relax and unstring your bow, time to treat yourself to a little tender loving care. This is what this journal is all about--YOU! Happy journaling!

--Sean Covey

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