The Three Keys of Effective Communication with Teens

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Parents & educators: Ever wonder why you can't seem to get through to teenagers? In this mini-ebook, motivational youth speaker & Teen Life coach, Justin Young, reveals the Three Keys of Effective Communication that will help you build relationships of trust to empower you to help teens. There's no magic pill; but there is a magic process, and it starts with Communication! More

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About Justin Young

Justin became a professional performer in the entertainment industry when he was only 10 years old.

Recently, he has lent his voice as an announcer/actor to companies such as ESPN, Hardees, Piccadilly Café, Sonic, Liberty Tax, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, PODS Moving and Storage, Monster Energy Drink, Busch Gardens Howl-O-Scream as well as narrations for Fortune 100 corporate presentations, and even voices on video games.

Justin is a published singer/songwriter, and released his latest album, Clean Slate, in 2012. He was also the Musical Director for Disney’s national pre-release theatrical production of The Little Mermaid.

As founder of The Pink Shoe Hero Foundation, Justin has become a nationally recognized motivational Youth speaker and Teen Success Coach.

Through decades of experience, and years of study, Justin's message of self-acceptance and being true to one's self has resonated with teens in every community.

Justin currently resides in Virginia with his wife and children.

To learn more about Justin, his Tools For Teens and Parents, and watch a free demo of his presentation for teens, visit www.NationalSchoolSpeaker.com

Interested in Justin’s Music? Visit his YouTube channel at www.YouTube.com/JustinYoungMusic.

Reviews

Review by: tina degiorgio on April 22, 2014 : (no rating)
I needed this to connect with my teenage children. It's a great tool to understand things inside of a person's head that you maybe too close to to see. Thank you Justin Young for taking the time to write something of value that can make a difference in the world.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Chris Sorensen on April 21, 2014 :
I have worked with teenagers as an educator and as a youth minister for 15+ years and Justin's simple, concise advice is the BEST I have ever heard...period. More than just learning how to talk to teens, Justin helps adults remember what it's like to be a teen and how to empathize while keeping appropriate boundaries.

Perfect resource for parents, grandparents, educators and anybody that works with teenagers!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Bill Wright on Feb. 22, 2013 :
Some good ideas from a guy who suffered some of the cruelties of bad communication.

Bill Wright
http://www.mycoachbill.com
(review of free book)

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