How Can Teenagers Better
Navigate Social Media?
Turn Their Dreams Into Reality? Unlock Their Potential?

Unlock All Of This And More In The Bold New
Book From Colton Fidelman.

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Here's what renowned entrepreneurs, athletes and entertainers have to say about lessons in Colton's TICK TOCK formula for Success in life and career:

T - Taming Social Media

“Social media is sneaky. It draws you in, feeds your biases…Find other people to talk to who have opposite views and simply talk instead of arguing.”

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- Howard Marks,

Self-made billionaire and co-chairman, Oaktree Capital Management

I- Inspiring Hard Work

“The first six months of my YouTube career I was making two videos every day, which is kind of nuts. I was constantly coming up with new ideas and challenging myself.”

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- Levy Rozman,

Chess International Master, and GothamChess Youtuber

C - Choosing a Mentor

“My grandmother overcame a lot, went to college and graduate school and the things she couldn't apply to her life, she was intentional about making sure it applied to me.”

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- Tai Beauchamp,

Media style expert and co-founder of wellness beauty brand Brown Girl Jane

K - Knowing Your Struggles

“Teenagers who have been through a lot of pain and hardship that makes them angry could use it as a powerful lesson and turn it to their advantage.”

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- Jim Kaplan,

Major shopping center developer

T - Treasure Beyond Money

“It's not about the money, it's about creating something.”

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- Dean Stoecker,

Founder, Alteryx

O - Owning Your Passion

“It was just a hobby to start. “A little scary to make it into a company, and then to monetize.” But his passion made it happen. “I committed myself, then followed through.”

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- Craig Newmark,

Founder, Craigslist

C - Cultivating Relationships

“I kept getting promoted in the military because I focused on my teams. I took care of them and led them in the best possible way—and the promotions just kept coming.”

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- Retired U.S. Army Major General Peggy Combs

and President, Army Navy Academy

K - Knowledge Expansion

“Be a student of the world and not just a student of the classroom. If you become like a vacuum constantly collecting information from other people you'll build so much in your tool chest of ideas and perspectives.”

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- Jeremy Miller,

Social media strategist extraordinaire

...and many others
absolutely love this book!