Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Justine's Thoughts: The Secret to Teen Power by Paul Harrington

The Secret to Teen Power
By Paul Harrington



Book Description:

Do you want to know a secret?

Coveted, suppressed, stolen, and held to ransom, this great Secret was shared among the ancients -- pharaohs, emperors, philosophers, and kings -- and later discovered by scientists, inventors, and industrial entrepreneurs. Now it is known by our modern-day royalty -- movie stars, pop singers, famous writers, and sports idols.

This is The Secret that has swept the world and changed the face of humanity. The Secret that awakens your dreams and helps to make them come true. The Secret to living large and being strong. The Secret to the environment, high school, and life as a 21st century teenager. This is The Secret to YOU!

Any thoughts:

I’ve watched the movie, which is a documentary of The Secret, but immediately fell asleep after an hour.

I didn’t think much of it because I admit, it was a little boring. Then a couple of years later, my dad gives me an early Christmas present. And that’s how I got The Secret to Teen Power....

I thought reading the book is more inspirational than the movie. It seems to really cling to you after reading it. For me, it did. It changed the way I think from negative to positive. Even saying “I’m tired” is a negative thought, which will attract other negative things and you don’t want that. The Secret will explain it further in a thorough way that is easy to understand, given that it’s written for teens.

Personally, I think it will change my life as it has done so the second I started applying The Secret. And let me tell you that it works. Putting in a little bit of faith will not hurt you, but will actually help you.

(last review of 2009)


  1. Wow, maybe I should try it. Lots of positive thinking is go-od! :)

  2. Oooo I liked the Secret. Sounds goood :)
    A little faith never hurts :)

  3. Hmm, this sounds like something intersting and different to what I would usually read. Great review :)

    oodles of books.

  4. Hmmm I thought about getting this book, but was always hesitant. Maybe I'll give it a try & then pass on to my teen niece (I can't believe she's a teen already)


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