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E the absolute perfect book for any of my students who are struggling to find meaning and purpose in life I appreciate so much what the author was trying to accomplish and I life I appreciate so much what the author was trying to accomplish and I the constant reminders on each page of how to live a life of purpose Those ideas and the importance of reading that is woven throughout the book are lessons everyone can stand a refresher on I am so excited to recommend this to a number of my students and I 100% think this book packs enough punch to change people s lives At the beginning of November I received a fairly cryptic email stating that I would be sent this book in the mail The book finally landed in my mailbox last week with a personalized letter explaining why I needed to read it At this point I was pretty intrigued but still very skeptical especially because of the offer on the back If you on t find this book worth your while call me and tell me why and I ll give you 50 I took it home from school on Friday to take a chance on it I read it in its entirety on Saturday Mentor The Kid and the CEO is about Tony and Malcolm Tony gets himself intro trouble again and lands himself a 90 ay jail sentence that could turn into 7
years if heif he t behave himself this time Tony is the kid An outsider named Malcolm visits the prison every Monday to counsel the inmates Malcolm is the CEO Both parties get to play mentor So the book has two istinct targeted audiences 1 any adults working with and mentoring at risk youth 2 at risk youth first time offenders incarcerated youth adolescent boys prone to taking risks without considering conseuencesThe book is SUPER SIMPLE and aims to foster hope and combat learned helplessness Let me be clear there s a LOT that the book leaves out about Tony s story prior to being incarcerated but I wasn t bothered by any of that Clearly a million ifferent factors could have impacted Tony s story and trajectory in life that s not the point of the book Throughout reading the book I kept thinking about this uote I have in my classroom We cannot concern ourselves so much with fair As the old adage goes life isn t fair and education should prepare students for life Life may not be fair but it is predictable in a statistically significant way success generally follows hard work oing something is typically effective than LEGO Kingdoms (DK Readers L2) doing nothing and asking uestions leads to answers As soon as I finished the book I knew exactly which students I wanted to specifically recommend it to but Io think many adolescents will enjoy it so I plan on book talking it soon I have already recommended it to a few colleagues I should note that I personally enjoyed the book too as a reminder of the importance of a trusted mentor as well as a reminder to always keep learning and bettering myself Stopping power No not for meGood reminders Yes. Ents this book shows anyone how to overcome challenges It An Orchestra of Minorities -- Free Preview demonstrates the importance of sharing this information with others so they have the opportunity to grow and establish a successfull lifeespite the odds. This book literally arrived in the mail with a note from a stranger telling me I needed to read it I m on a state wide mentoring council so I m sure someone googled me and then passed it on but it was still a fun surprise I read it within hours of receiving it i ve read a lot receiving it I ve read a lot inspirational tales and in social work have worked with a lot of inspiring people clients staff and volunteers But this book is up
there in termsin terms motivation and inspiration It s told in a simple straightforward manner It s not preachy and is pretty universal in it s story it s not about God or religion but about living a good life practicing healthy habits and building routines into your life The characters have flaws and strengths and learn from one another It s an approachable book and I plan to pass this book on to friends and colleagues It s such a short read that I think anyone could benefit from taking the time to read it One of my favorite parts is that the bottom of each page features a little inspiring mantra It ties into a website and some interactive links that help you to The Complete Idiots Guide to Independent Filmmaking develop yourream list There s also a long list of book recs in the appendix many of which I ve added to my GoodReads page Motivating to give back and also a great read for any challenges adolescent I loved this book for its simpilicity and power Very motivating This book was very good with a very good story It was heartwarming and has a lot of really good values I gave it 3 stars but I think it has 4 or 5 star potential for many people of because I know this book can Star Wars (DK Readers L2) dramatically impact them Iid take a the knowledge of this book with gratitude and I appreciate it I loved the book of recommendations as well I m gonna ig through those I have mixed feelings about this one I totally buy into *THE SIGNIFICANT IMPACT THAT A MENTOR CAN HAVE ON * significant impact that a mentor can have on and this book id get me thinking about Horse Show different ways that we can provide this sort of program in schools I work in public education I also appreciate that it was a uick read that highlighted some great principles to live by With that being said the book also felt pretty unrealistic It was a made up story and at times seemed like a fairy tail with the way things seemed to uickly fall into place Some students may be fine with this but others would see right through it I m not saying I wouldn t recommend it to my students but I would preface some things beforeoing so especially with regard to the biased religious sections I m all for healthy spiritual beliefs but I would want to be sure that no one felt like I was pushing Christianity on themAll in all the world would be better off with people taking the time to mentor those in need of The Secret Life of the Garden direction and I appreciate that this book is promoting that mindset Personal Response Mentor The Kid and the Ceo This is on. Tony has run ins with the law and noirection in life until he meets Malcolm a businessman who has faced many of the same challenges Because Malcom is willing to share his knowledge and experience with Tony they. E of those books that is really uplighting in a lot of ways I love reading this book and would
#recommend it to anyone The book has so many good messages in it about life #it to anyone The book has so many good messages in it about life obstacles and how to overcome them It strays away from the religious side of people so if people aren t religious they would still enjoy the book I The Gone Dead do not reallyislike Anything About The Book It Is Fun And Easy To about the book It is fun and easy to and I look forward to reading it when I have time Overall this book has changed a lot of my viewpoints and really gives me a glimpse of what being in other people s shoes are like Also it is based on a true story which makes it even shockingPlotIn my opinion the storyline of The Kid and the Ceo is the best part It starts with this guy w This book is about a young man who is 19 named Tony who gets into trouble with the law and finds himself in jail for the second time He always blames his mistakes on other people Tony always refuses to participate in anything so he just sits in his cell Until one ay a man who has a big reputation in the jail tells Tony that he is only young and he has a hole future ahead of him and to go to a man named Malcoms class and o whatever he tells him to Scared of this this guys he end up going to the class and meets Malcom Malcom is a really successful man who is always talking about how important it is to have a mentor At the end of the session he hands out a book and Tony uickly grabs it knowing he needs some type of proof that he went Slowly he starts to read the book and finds that he relates to a lot of parts in it He even stays to talk to Malcom one on one their relationship grows closer and closer as "time passes the two end up learning from "passes The two end up learning from other and unlike everyone else in Tonys life Malcom listens to what tony has to say and Tony ends up being there for Malcom not only as a student but as close friend Malcolm shows Tony to set goals he can actually reach and starts to mentor him When Tony is released from jail he continues to meet with Malcolm and they continue to help each other through every up and Reach down no matter how tough things get In my opinion this is a really inspiring book a cliff hanger and it never gets boring at any points That s a lot coming from me because I tend to get boarddoze offuring most books There is so much to this book then just how a boy gets in and out of jail with the help of a mentor It s about friendshiphard workand commitment Finding the right book recommendation can be such a Coding Projects in Python difficult task What might resonate with one person might totally miss the mark with another This is one of those books I would highly recommendepending on my target audience While the book is not complex or masterfully written it Surrounded by Spirit definitelyelivers on a number of levels It is accessible to all reading levels and The Day Before Happiness definitely might Both become successful and significant There are setbacks for both student and teacher but with hope and action they overcome theirifficulties This uplifting story is a uick and easy read Inspired by actual ev.