On My Own / Book

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$20.00

Many adults have said that they wish their parents had taught them these principles before they started off “on their own.” Parents, as well as students, benefit from these extremely fundamental life / leadership principles. If you have been increasingly concerned about your high school or college student’s readiness to face the “real world,” this book has been written for your son or daughter. These principles will stay with your son or daughter for a lifetime. And they can pass them on to their children’s children…. Great Graduation Gift

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These are the principles you wish your parents had taught you before you left home!
  • 7th printing – A CLASSIC
  • Great Graduation Gift (High School or College)
  • Featured on Focus on the Family

“Over the years I have given out approximately 2,000 Copies of the book On My Own to my adolescent patients when they ‘graduate’ from orthodontic treatment. Their parents are especially delighted, realizing we care about their children’s smiles and their success in later life as well.”
Dr William L Krieg
Orthodontic Specialist
Saint Clair Shores, Michigan

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eBook, Hardback

2 reviews for On My Own / Book

  1. 5 out of 5

    Great book. Most of the advice is summed up in one sentence summaries that are easy to remember and the author advises the reader to collect his own. I wish that I had this book when I was 20 (38 now) but most of the advice is still applicable. I am reading one principle per week to my daughters who understand some of the ideas and will get the others later. I use it as a frequent graduation present. Buy it, you won’t regret it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    I’m a senior this year at Harvard, and my sister just started college at Hope College. I drove with her from Colorado to Michigan to drop her off at school, and we went through this book page-by-page together on the way up. An excellent book for me as a senior–about to hit the “real world”–and for her as a freshman, about to hit college. I want my own copy, and I don’t usually like this kind of book. It’s the only intro-to-adult-life book I’ve seen that offers wisdom as well as extremely solid practical advice. I like the financial section especially.

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