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Decision #2: How to Make and Keep Good Friends

Previously published as part of "The 6 Most Important Decisions You'll Ever Make"

Being a teen can be tough—especially when it comes to trying to fit in. People will judge you because you don’t have a perfect body or wear the right clothes, or maybe you just moved to a new town and don’t know anybody at all! Who you choose as friends and the kind of friend you choose to be is important. Decision #2 will help you learn about:

-Surviving the popularity game
-What to do when you don’t have any friends
-Being the kind of friend you’d like to have
-Surviving gossip and drama
-What you need to know about cliques and gangs
-Standing up to peer pressure

Sean Covey, Executive Vice President of Innovation for FranklinCovey Corp., is author of the international bestseller The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens, having sold more than 4 million copies and translated into more than twenty languages. As director of FranklinCovey’s education practice, he directed the development project that produced the 4 Disciplines of Execution and teaches transformative strategy and execution to education leaders. An MBA from Harvard, he is the son of Dr. Stephen R. Covey, author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. 

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