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Childhood Choices Determine Life's Path for Today's Women
In an age when women have more choices and opportunities than ever before, far too many young women are still sacrificing their futures on the altar of popularity.
By: NINA DHILLON
By the time girls have finished high school, the habits they've acquired since childhood have set their path toward a lifetime of happiness, achievement, and success; a lifetime of failure; or a long and difficult battle to turn their lives from failure to success.
Following the advice in Girl in the Mirror will set that path firmly toward happiness, achievement, and success.
Easy to read chapters show girls as young as 7 years old how to steer their course through planning, focus, goal setting, and early development of both a work ethic and social skills.
Specific tools for developing a strong self-image and self-esteem give girls the encouragement and the permission to follow their dreams and to be all that they can be.
Girl in the Mirror also offers warnings. Real life examples show girls both the long and short-term consequences of giving in to peer pressure and choosing popularity and "coolness" over commitment to their own bright futures.
Author Nina Dhillon says “If I had received this kind of guidance, my life would have been less of a struggle and success would have come sooner and easier.” Her goal in presenting this book is to help young girls avoid the heartache of poor choices and go straight to building a happy, rewarding life.
Girl in the Mirrorisavailable at BarnesandNoble.com and Amazon.com both in print and as an ebook. Nina Dhillon is available to speak at schools, Girl Scout troops, boys’ and girls’ clubs and other venues.
For more information or to arrange a speaking engagement, contact Nina Dhillon at (818) 314-2654, or ninadhillon29@
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