Take Charge Success Tactics for Business and Life Cannie 1980 This is more of a beginner’s guide to management. It reads like a self help book about esteem and personal growth. Heck, there are even a few mantras or positive
How To Beat The Blahs Prater 1977 So, the Blahs are hovering around and making you sad, bored, unloved, inferior, etc. My teen brain remembers that word being used to mostly refer to boredom. This isn’t the first time the
Popularity has its ups and downs Schneider 1991 First, I am not sure that anyone (let alone a teen) would be caught dead reading a book about popularity. Second, it is from 1991, so I doubt any of the references
Brainwashing is a Cinch! Maratta 1966 Of course I am interested in any book that would allow me to bend people to my will. (The longer I am in this profession, I realize that I really want to be a
Work With Less Energy Grant ~1955 Are you overworked? Can’t meet those deadlines? Forget your calendar and to-do list! God wants you to take a moment and look around. Rev. Grant came to an epiphany one day after watching people
How to be a more interesting woman Wedgwood 1965 Ladies, here is your chance to shed your boring personality. Learn to speak “properly” with a variety of conversation topics. Don’t be too aggressive and attempt to share your personal opinions.
Bodypower! McKenna 1976 Submitter: This book has some amazing quotes, I just have to share a few of our favorites. Woefully out of date! But fun to look back at. “You are anxious that you haven’t heard from your teenaged
How to Deal with Anger Fiedler 2007 Submitter: Kids (and many adults) can benefit from learning about their emotions, but a more up-to-date book would be more appealing and also more likely to actually leave our shelves, which this one