These are the traits employers are looking for. We must better prepare our children with skills in regards to personal relationships, accountability and hard work.
WEST PALM BEACH, FL. (PRWEB) February 27, 2015
Each year, 1.2 million students drop out of school, according to a White House study. Once a worldwide leader in education, the U.S. is beginning to fall behind.
What is to blame for this statistic? It all starts with the traits needed for children to excel and develop as they move towards adulthood. In E.G. Harvin’s new book, “Traits,” the author provides both a list of characteristics necessary for success at the next level. Ambition, productivity and a positive attitude are among those characteristics. Complete with an interactive workbook, the book holds children and adults alike accountable for their own success.
“I have a real passion for children. I feel strongly that our schools across the country could and should be doing more,” said Harvin.
“These are the traits employers are looking for. We must better prepare our children with skills in regards to personal relationships, accountability and hard work. Personal traits, employee traits, leadership traits and family traits will set them apart from others and help them climb the mountain of success.”
By E.G. Harvin
Available in e-book, softcover and hard cover formats.
For more information, visit TraitsTheBook.com or Amazon.
About the author
E.G. Harvin is the active President of The Insurance Associates of Palm Beach, Inc. Harvin enjoys cooking, reading and golf in his spare time. Harvin has two children and resides in West Palm Beach, Florida with his wife Donna.
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