Executive Functioning: 5 simple steps every teen can do to build their planning skills

Teens Achieve Goals

Does your teen need help learning to organize and prioritize their work?  Executive functioning skills are the key!

It seems like every teenager has trouble planning their day around their homework, sports activities, or just plain getting things done. But, we are not born with organizational and planning skills! But with a little patience and practice kids of all ages can develop skills appropriate for their age. 
Creating an easy to follow system can play a big role in bringing your teen around to complete their work, while reducing the stress they feel from being overwhelmed. So they can get ready to get more done!

SMART Goals Can Help Your Teens Too!

SMART Goals for Teens

Today’s world is so different than 20 years ago. There are higher expectations for accomplishing great things at an earlier age.  Getting straight A’s to get into a great college are just the beginning.  Every teen needs to perform highly in sports, music, or drama. They also need to make sure they stand out in their extracurricular activities with special talents and leadership skills. Learning how to set and work towards SMART goals could be the key to success!

But, no one teaches teens how to get all of this done.  They don’t know how to define goals in a way that they improve their chances of success.  This means they’re on their own to learn how to get organized and stay focused, while juggling many challenges with very limited time.


Claim your own copy of our eBook “5 Simple Skills to Maximize Teen Productivity”.  You can share these valuable ideas with your teen, and help guide them through simple steps to become a master planner!

This book will help you guide your teen to develop new habits that will make it easy to:

  1. Plan ahead
  2. Prioritize efficiently
  3. Master “single-tasking”
  4. Take breaks to improve efficiency
  5. Practice self-reflection


Download this guide NOW to prepare your teens to set SMART goals and get more done!


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