William Allen’s new book “Ten Things You Didn’t Learn in High School” is an educative account filled with practical lessons and tidbits one can only learn beyond school

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Recent release “Ten Things You Didn’t Learn in High School” from Page Publishing author William Allen is a thought-provoking book that shares insight and topics that supplement one’s knowledge outside of school.

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William Allen, a former digital surveillance and cybersecurity engineering expert and a medically separated US veteran, has completed his new book “Ten Things You Didn’t Learn in High School”: an intriguing and comprehensive tome that imparts practical wisdom one would never learn in his or her schooling.

William writes, “I’ll spell it out for you. You’re in the hot seat, you have to make a decision about what you plan to do with the rest of your life, and no one is beating down the door to help you. We aren’t the 1 percent, but that doesn’t mean we can’t learn and apply the same skills they do and have our efforts rewarded handsomely. Each of us has something that we were born to do, but most of us have too much in the way of seeing that. What if I could tell you ten things that could start your new normal in the right direction? What if each one of these things has the potential to do more than you are already doing? Staying in the moment, negotiating, effective goal making, budgeting, making an impression, and more—all simple skills to teach, all critical to making your life more of what you want it to be.

I am a hacker; most of that is controlling people, not technology. This book won’t teach you how to hack a bank, but it can teach you how to hack your way to a pay raise, a better job, or a relationship that doesn’t fall apart. Life is about the decisions you make, but it also has a lot to do with the people you make those decisions with. Will your decisions help you retire at thirty-five, as mine did, or will you go further?

This book is step 1 in how to get and appreciate anything you really want in your life.”

Published by Page Publishing, William Allen’s well-thought-out opus provides noteworthy tips and life hacks that will surely aid the readers in living a life of practical fruition.

Readers who wish to experience this potent work can purchase “Ten Things You Didn’t Learn in High School” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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