Get the Duck Out of My Pond: How to Start a Business with Your Teen, Build Their Confidence and Launch Them Successfully into Adulthood
Get the Duck Out of My Pond: How to Start a Business with Your Teen, Build Their Confidence and Launch Them Successfully into Adulthood

Get the Duck Out of My Pond: How to Start a Business with Your Teen, Build Their Confidence and Launch Them Successfully into Adulthood

by Sandy Brantley

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Overview

Samantha had fallen prey to cruel bullying and begun to shut down. At 16, she spent more time in her room alone, than she did in school everyday. Desperate to help her daughter find success and gain confidence, Sandy knew she had to do something BIG. She found the solution in the unconventional... Never interested in direct sales, she decided to join a social selling company at the plea of her daughter. It wasn’t easy working together at first. They struggled with all the typical mother-daughter issues. But they developed an intentional plans and became top producers with in their company in 6 months. More importantly, Samantha evolved from being shy and self-conscience teenager into a thriving young adult. Sandy was able to grow her daughter and help her heal using business and personal development tactics. Join Sandy as she outlines how she created a teen growth strategy for her child and improved their relationship at the same time. Learn proven methods of how you can better prepare your teen to launch successfully into adulthood and not die trying. Don't let your teen become a sitting duck... START NOW!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781640856448
Publisher: Sandralee Brantley
Publication date: 06/17/2019
Pages: 178
Sales rank: 600,303
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.38(d)

About the Author

Sandy Brantley is a teen growth evangelist, speaker, trainer and author. A former fortune 50 executive, Sandy is passionate about the power of developing children to be successful, employable young adults with a strong moral compass. She helps individuals and organizations learn to better prepare their ducklings to launch successfully into adulthood. They call her "The Duck Wrangler."

Table of Contents

Part 1: Defining the Problem


  1. Help! The Duck is Drowning
  2. The Sitting Duck
  3. The Secret Weapon


Part 2: Creating the Plan

4. Playing in the Same Pond

5. The Flight Plan

Part 3: Applying the Process

6. Rewarding Them Right

7. A Matter of Character

8. Make a Difference

Acknowledgments

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