SUCCESS Foundation

A Letter From the Founder

SUCCESS for Teens was first introduced in 2008 to bring a positive message about character development and the importance of the decisions made in life to an audience of teens through public and private schools and many non-profit organizations throughout the United States and around the world. We are proud of the fact that over 2,000,000 printed copies of the book have been distributed to our world’s most precious asset, our youth! As our world has evolved over the past several years into a more digital medium of communication, we at Success Foundation have made the decision to no longer distribute hard copies of the SUCCESS for Teens book and the SUCCESS for Teens Facilitator Guide. Instead, both of these great treasures will continue to be 100% available by download at no cost on our website.

Thank you to all who have supported our mission and our gifts in the past, we are forever grateful for the impact you have helped us make. We are excited for what is yet to come and to watch the SUCCESS Foundation legacy continue to grow and affect change in our world. It is our most sincere wish that we may continue to focus on the positive components of life that have everything to do with who we become and the contributions we make to the societies in which we live.

 

Stuart Johnson
CEO SUCCESS Partners
Founder, SUCCESS Foundation


SUCCESS for Teens from SUCCESS Foundation

SUCCESS for Teens is now available for free, courtesy of SUCCESS Foundation.

The e-book is organized in an easy-to-read format and sprinkled with engaging exercises, action steps and stories from real teens. This book helps teens embrace 8 principles that will allow them to shape the futures they want.


Download the Facilitator Guide Here

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Journalist, podcaster and southpaw Shelby Skrhak is the director of digital content and social media for SUCCESS.com. She's co-host of the SUCCESS Insider and SUCCESS Talks podcasts. Before joining SUCCESS magazine, Shelby launched the weekly suburban newspaper Plano Insider, and covered topics ranging from cops and courts to transportation and fashion. Her handwriting should be a font.

1 Comment

  1. Deborah Martin on June 8, 2019 at 11:10 pm

    I found a copy of this at a thrift store awhile back and started reading it this weekend… I love the stories and want to share it with all the teens I know, plus some inmates that would really benefit from the contents… How can I get copies mailed to other people, including inmates – who don\’t have access to the internet like others do.

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