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"Cool Stuff" They Should Teach in School: Cruise into the Real World...with styyyle (jobs/people skills/attitude/goals/money) Paperback – November 12, 2004
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"This book is a real gem. In my opinion, it's a must read for all young people and anyone who cares about them-parents, friends, grandparents, etc. It's a mentor in a book" --Richard Carlson, PhD. Author of the "Don't Sweat The Small Stuff" Series
"Cool Stuff They Should Teach In School" is a manual all young people should have. I thought society had lost the 'vision.' Thankfully it appears it's only been misplaced and Kent and Kyle are spearheading a movement to bring it back" --Armchair Interviews, Book Review
From the Author
We need to work together to motivate and educate young people to not only survive, but also thrive outside of the classroom. There are certain fundamentals that are necessary to win the game of life, but they are not being addressed in schools or at many homes today.
We know that young people are not "Dummies" or "Idiots" were just uninformed. We believe that with the right tools, anyone can get the results they want in their lifeand its all "Cool Stuff."
During the course or writing this book, the two of us have learned an immense number of priceless skills and other helpful information that has literally transformed our lives. We have put those skills and information into a unique format for other young people to enjoy.
Its our goal to help others not only survive, but also thrive in the real world. We hope you enjoy our book.
Kent & Kyle Healy
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Top Customer Reviews
The practical tips and logical advice they dispense is nothing new. Most adults know how difficult it is to navigate the world and try to tell their children the "facts." But then we also know that most kids think they're smarter than their parents are. It isn't until much later in life that they realize the value of adult wisdom. And by that time it might be too late.
But we also know that kids listen to other kids (do we need to revisit peer pressure?). With that fact accepted, Cool Stuff They Should Teach in School becomes even more valuable since it's advice delivered by young adults for young adults.
Kent and Kyle Healy systematically navigate the do's and don'ts of important issues like success, attitude, goals and habits, peer pressure, finances, employment and the lost art of consideration, kindness and manners.
I'd like to adopt these guys. First they sound like really nice young men. Secondly, their entrepreneurial savvy will make them rich enough to take care of themselves in a grand style but also their parents.
But most importantly, Cool Stuff They Should Teach in School is a manual all kids should have. I thought society had lost the "vision." Thankfully it appears it's only been misplaced and Kent and Kyle are spearheading a movement to bring it back.
Armchair Interviews says...Parents: BUY this book and if the kids read it and get it, it might save society and everyone will thrive in the process!
We needed something that talks to us, from authors who can relate and understand us. I guess it is better late than never. I personally was getting very tired of role models who are airheads, dumb-dumbs, spoiled brats, superficial insta-stars dominating day & night time television and polluting our brain...
Cool Stuff and Kent and Kyle Healy are the role models we've been waiting for. They offer us much needed and very practical solutions to entering adulthood. They don't lecture. They simply share their experiences in a very personable tone making it easy for the reader to grasp the concepts and implement them in their own lives.
Kent & Kyle offer people the tools to make things happen... by developing their skills and talents... and having fun along the way.
Must read, regardless of age!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This really help my son get on a direction, I would recommend for anyone entering adulthood.Published 5 months ago by DEBBIE HEATER
A random book I picked up in the bookstore. I usually don't read books, I'm heavy into video games. But this book proved perfect for my short-term attention span. Read morePublished 6 months ago by z4pper
I got this for a friend's kid and it provides very good guidance for handling school situations with one's peers where parents or teachers may be oblivious or unwilling to... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Laura Brose
These are life lessons and values every parent tries to teach their kids. However, it is written from two teens point of view, so it is that much more accessible to your teen.Published on October 4, 2013 by Jo
I bought this book for my 17 year old and he loved it. I wish I would have it for my other children when they were teens. Read morePublished on September 30, 2008 by K. Thomas
Every once in a while you read a book, and you can not let go of it. You recommend it to friends, you buy it for family and people you care about and you actually go back and... Read morePublished on June 8, 2008 by Craig Bramscher
I bought this on the basis of the reviews. I thought the book was pretty good, but the content was not as comprehensive or helpful as I thought it should be.Published on June 7, 2008 by Born in a Library
From the standpoint of intent, scope & substance, this wonderful book is exactly similar to 'The Power of Focus for College Students' by Andrew Hewitt & Luc D'Adabie. Read morePublished on August 7, 2006 by Lee Say Keng