What I Wish I Knew at 18

What I Wish I Knew at 18
by Dennis Trittin
Published by LifeSmart Publishing
2011

If you have a child who is getting ready to graduate from high school, this is a book you should have them read. If you have a child who is still in diaper, you should read this book to help train them up. If you are a child of someone, you could still benefit from reading this book. Dennis Trittin, a successful investment manager, educator and mentor, started out with a list of things he wanted to share with his son who was heading off to college at the time. The list grew and grew, and transformed into the book that is now What I Wish I Knew at 18. Dennis gives advice on a number of topics that even adults can benefit from in their careers and personal life. Some topics he writes about are: character, relationships and communication, spiritual life, handling adversity, love and marriage, and managing your finances. The 109 pointers are broken up into easy-to-read sections with a “Take Five” section at the end which has questions to ponder. With graduation right around the corner, this is a great gift for a graduate in your life.

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