Recognition of “Young Leaders 3.0” for Its Societal Benefits

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SILICON VALLEY, CA, June 12, 2015 — Since our press release three days ago, the media’s recognition of our new book YOUNG LEADERS 3.0: Stories, Insights, and Tips for Next-Generation Achievers for its uniquely positive societal benefits began to be widespread. Over two hundred fifty (250) media outlets and sites, ranging from prestigious, global and…

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New Self-Help Book for Teenagers and Twentysomethings “Young Leaders 3.0” Provides Insights into the Next Generation for Parents, Educators and Executives

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PALO ALTO, Calif., June 9, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — “Young Leaders 3.0: Stories, Insights, and Tips for Next-Generation Achievers” published today is a must-read for aspiring teenagers and young adults, as well as parents and educators (View the VIDEO trailer, an infographic, and a downloadable sample chapter). This book of anecdotes and interviews features the memoirs of a…

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8 Reasons You Shouldn’t Judge a Slacker Mom

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P&G Everyday, June 3, 2015 — The following gives my two cents in the P&G Everyday article “8 Reasons You Shouldn’t Judge a Slacker Mom” by Leah Maxwell: 4. She’s simply overwhelmed. “Some slacker moms may actually not be slacker moms all the time or at all,” says Jason Ma, author of Young Leaders 3.0:…

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Reading: You’re Doing It Wrong

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CollegeXpress, June 2015 — I always encourage young people–little ones, teenagers, and young adults–to develop a strong reading habit. A little bit of my perspective is captured in the CollegeXpress article “Reading: You’re Doing It Wrong” by Mark Rowh. Excerpts as follows: Read widely. The more you read, the better. “Nothing beats reading a lot, especially…

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How Unconventional, Experiential Learning Is Reshaping Higher Education

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Read my original Forbes article in May 15, 2015. “More caffeine, please!” My inner voice craves. I stare attentively at the same macroeconomic graph with X, Y, and Z axes on the projector screen for the nth time. In class the next day, the professor provides another interpretation of her theory….

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8 Tips for Raising Confident, Independent Kids

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P&G Everyday, May 5, 2015 — I have so much to share on parenting for success. Part of my perspective is captured in the P&G Everyday article “8 Tips for Raising Confident, Independent Kids” by Leah Maxwell: 8. Let your kids fail. “On average, one can learn more from failure or mistakes made than from straight…

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The Rewards of Responsibility: How to Teach It and Why It Matters

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Florida, April 22, 2015 — I’ve shared a perspective from Young Leaders 3.0 contributor Felipe da Paz that resonates with me in the Sun Sentinel article “The rewards of responsibility: How to teach it and why it matters” by Lou Carlozo, Tribune Brand Publishing. Here’s an excerpt from this article: Jason Ma,…

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Twelve of Today’s Most Impressive Young Entrepreneurs

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Read my original Forbes article in February 2015. Building a startup is hard. That’s the reality in the midst of the noise, hype, and glamour depicted of entrepreneurship these days. In no particular order, you need to Attract and work with A-game players who share your vision, values, mission, goals, and…

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TV Interview about Mentoring Top Students

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Watch a TV interview with me about mentoring top students of high-end parents in 2012. (20-minute video) “My son was feeling great when he finished the call with you last evening. You have a gift in the way you work with these kids.” —Don Levy, former Senior VP of Marketing and Communications, Sony…

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