Want To Prepare Your Teen For College?

“Finally, A High School Success & College Prep Book That Delivers Better Than Advertised.”

Feeling overwhelmed when it comes to helping your teen succeed in high school and prepare for college?

Frustrated that, despite your best efforts, your teen continues to work hard but still struggles in some of her classes?

Spinning her wheels in place... 

What if I told you that several clients of mine who read the very words you're reading now are equipping their teens to succeed in high school and prepare for college and are enabling their teens to develop the soft skills employers are looking for...

...simply by leveraging the power of 1 new and revolutionary technique that allows them to equip their teens with the skills they need to succeed in the classroom and on the job.

It's a very unique approach to college and career readiness that can turn flustered parents of teenagers into inspiring success stories.

Listen, I get it if this sounds too good to be true. And it's only normal to feel a bit skeptical.

Just let me ask you this:

Would hearing more about this new method interest you if I virtually guaranteed it would save you from continued worry and frustration?

Keep reading and you'll see exactly how they're pulling it off, and how you can too.

PLUS: I'll reveal the REAL reason why some of the more popular college and career readiness approaches don’t work.

It's a reason very few "experts" talk about... yet it's one that all devoted parents can use to foster success in their teens.

Just a word of warning:

The Numbers Do Not Bode Well For College Students

I'm the furthest thing from a pessimist, but the numbers don't lie.

Did you know that, on average, only about 41% of college students who start a four-year degree program actually earn their four-year degree in four years? Some students are taking five (51%) or six (60%) years to get their four-year degree (US Department of Education, 2017). 

Students who graduate with their “four-year” degree in five or six years are squandering their money.

Consider this…

the average cost of a public four-year college in the US is about $17,237 per year (US Department of Education, 2019)

the average starting salary of a college graduate is about $50,994 per year (National Association of Colleges and Employers, 2019)

…So, a student who takes an extra year to graduate essentially squanders $68,000 ($17,000 in educational costs and $51,000 in lost income).

And, there’s another fact to consider: not all students who graduate from college have the soft skills employers are looking for.

A survey of five hundred senior executives found that 92% reported skills deficits in new hires, and 44% reported a lack of soft skills (Adecco USA, 2020).

Those numbers do not bode well for students...and your teen absolutely needs an edge... a strategy that enables her to develop the skills she needs to graduate on time and to graduate with the skills employers are looking for.

Why You Should Listen To Me

In case you don't know me already, my name is Cary J. Green, PhD.

I’m the guy who parents of teenagers go to for books, online courses, and expert advice to help them quickly and easily equip their teens with the skills they need to succeed in high school and prepare for college.

I founded Skills 4 Students, LLC, and wrote “Success Skills for High School, College, and Career.”

My secular and faith-based books have appeared on Best-Seller lists in College & University Student Life...Study Skills...Children & Teens Christian Ed...Christian Youth Ministry.

Prior to starting my own business, I spent 20 years as a professor teaching and advising university students.

I served as director of a college-level recruiting and career center, department chair, and associate dean for academic programs.

I taught leadership and academic success classes and received numerous university teaching and mentoring awards.

I also mentored student leadership development organizations and was influential in the development of a college-level student leadership academy.
My academic background is in soil science. I have extensive experience teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in agricultural and environmental sciences and have co-authored a soil science textbook.

I obtained research funding from the agricultural industry and environmental agencies, as well as from NASA and other federal agencies.

I trained MS and PhD students, published numerous research papers, and have been invited to present my research across the USA and in two foreign countries.

I recently received a Parent and Teacher Choice Award from HowToLearn.com and a 2021 Trailblazer Award from Nepris. I also was recognized as a Global Presence Ambassador by Parenting 2.0 for my commitment to developing success skills in young people.

I Said All That To Say This...

Despite the successes I have enjoyed in my education and career, at one time, I was just like your teen.

Believe me. I was a long way from knowing how to succeed in high school and prepare for college.

I was a long way from having the skills I needed to succeed in my career.

What you're about to read is raw and unfiltered.  It isn't all sunshine and daisies. I don't believe in sugarcoating the truth, but I do believe the lessons I learned along the way can save you and your teen a lot of frustration.

I was a bewildered freshman trying to adjust to life on campus and become a successful college student. I really wanted to succeed in college just like I had succeeded in high school.

I wanted to do well in my classes so I could earn a college degree and get a great job.

However, I was failing my chemistry tests.

I was so frustrated because I was working hard and could not for the life of me figure out why I was failing. My approach worked in high school; why wasn't it working in college?

I felt even worse because I thought I wouldn't be able to reach my educational and career goals. I felt like I was not smart enough to get a college degree.

I felt like a failure. I felt that I had let my parents and girlfriend down.

Even though I graduated in the top 10% of my high school class I got a D in freshman chemistry.

I told myself I couldn't handle my college classes and was not smart enough to succeed. I doubted myself and my abilities. I wanted to give up on my goals.

That was how I started...and now? The life I'm living is fulfilled in ways I never dreamed possible.

And it really turned around for me once I discovered and started using what I'm sharing today...

As Parents Of Teenagers, This Is What We Want 

First, let's get clear about your goals:

If you're anything like me, you want to help your teen succeed in high school and prepare for college.

You also want to raise your teens to be successful adults...and perhaps even build your teen's employability skills as well.

And you want to do ALL of this...
  • Using proven techniques that are based on practical experience rather than some trendy gimmick
  • Even if you are not an academic success coach
  • ​Even if you are not a career development expert
  • ​And without ever leaving your home

However, The Stakes Are Higher Than You Think

Now, because I've already taught, advised, and mentored countless students to succeed in school and prepare for a successful career, I am beyond confident that the tip I'll share today will give you new hope and spectacular success when it comes to helping your teen succeed in high school and prepare for college...

...and that by taking action, you can realize many of your parenting goals as well.

However, just know this: there are serious consequences for not taking action. Besides continuing to be stressed about wanting to support your teen but not really knowing how...

...your teen may not meet her educational and career goals.

Now that's the worst-case scenario, but I've seen it happen more than I care to remember. And since neither of us wants that to happen to you and your teen, let's get you moving in the right direction...

My Life after Applying
What You're About To Discover

First, let me tell you how my story turned out:

My life totally changed for the better when an 'ah-ha' moment happened to me.

I realized that my chemistry grade was the symptom, not the problem.
The problem was that I was limited by a lack of success skills.

This realization then led me to a wonderful discovery: I knew I could get the grades I was capable of getting by cranking up my soft skills and academic success skills.

I had tried to succeed in college using the same skills I used to succeed in high school, but the skills I used in high school were not enough.

In fact, the simple truth is that we need to improve our skills each time we advance in our education and career.

So, my plan was to start working smarter by developing new skills and improving my current skills.

I started honing my time management and organizational skills.

I then developed my problem-solving and critical thinking skills.

After that, I learned how to take great notes and ramped up my test-prep and test-taking skills.

I took the freshman chemistry class again and earned an A. I took the next chemistry class and earned an A in that class as well. I even earned an A in physical chemistry in grad school.

I don’t think my IQ increased, but I developed my success skills, and these skills made me “smarter."

Developing my success skills enabled me to go from a D in freshman chemistry to a PhD, and despite nearly flunking out of college, I landed a great job as a professor.

Now let me ask you something:

What Would Your Life Look Like
If I Could Help You Empower Your Teen?

Would you enjoy equipping your teen with the skills he needs to get the grades he is capable of getting, preparing him for a smooth transition to his dream college, and enabling him to build the skills employers are looking for?

These parenting goals have been realized by many of my parenting clients and friends... and I want the same for you.

And I truly believe that by following my advice, you can train up your teen with the skills he needs to succeed in the classroom and on the job.

I can say that with quite a bit of confidence because I have seen it work in my own life and in the lives of the students I have worked with.

First, make sure you and your teen...

RUN From These 3 Common Lies And Myths 


There is a ton of bad advice and misinformation out there when it comes to helping your teen succeed in high school and prepare for college and career.

For starters, your teen may believe that intelligence magically guarantees success in high school and college.

It's a myth called “I'm Too Smart To Fail,” and I used to buy into that lie myself.

However, the truth is that smart students often struggle in the classroom, especially when they encounter challenges that they are not expecting.

My freshman chemistry experience is a great example of a smart kid who struggled because college was harder than I expected it to be.

And once your teen discards that mistaken belief, he may find that the popular myth of relying on hard work alone also falls by the wayside.

Many folks I know bought into this one.

Working hard is admirable. But the truth is your teen also must work smart by developing and using his success skills.

I worked as hard as I could in my freshman chemistry course but still nearly flunked because I was not working smart.

If your teen works hard in class but still struggles, you know how frustrating that is for him (and for you).

Another common myth in the college and career readiness community is really a deal-breaker. Your teen may fall victim to “The Book Smarts Delusion.”

The Book Smarts Delusion is the mistaken belief that book smarts alone hold the key to success in the classroom and on the job...

Yet in reality, successful students and employees have a skill set that goes well beyond mere book smarts.

Sure, book smarts are important.

But make no mistake about it, employers are looking for graduates who have employability (soft) skills that are gained beyond the classroom.

That's why it’s vital for your teen to get involved in student leadership development organizations, service activities, part-time jobs, and internships.

So how did all this misinformation get around?

Some believe it's due to traditions that may have worked well earlier, yet no longer do.

Some believe it’s due to unrealistic expectations of what it takes to succeed...

...I think the problem is that many people simply do not realize just how valuable soft skills are for students.

Regardless, there is one universal truth when it comes to helping your teen succeed in high school and prepare for college...and it just so happens to be...

What May Be Holding Your Teen Back 

If you want to know what's really preventing your teen from reaching her true potential, it's likely something I call...

Skimpy Skills.

Skimpy Skills refers to a skill set that limits a person's success. A person may be limited by a deficiency of success skills or by failing to leverage the skills he or she does have. 

Skimpy Skills plagues a person who doesn't continually develop and refine his or her success skills.
Think of it this way: Succeeding in the classroom is kind of like learning to ride a bike.

We often crash a few times as we learn to ride. We may even think we will never learn to ride.

But the truth is not that we can't ride; the truth is that we have skimpy bike riding skills.

So, even though we have the ability to ride, we can't ride until we develop our riding skills.
And that was the problem with my freshman chemistry class; I had the ability to succeed in chemistry, but my grade was limited by Skimpy Skills.

Once I developed my soft skills and academic success skills, I got the A in chemistry I was capable of getting all along.

As I said earlier, chemistry was not my problem; Skimpy Skills was my problem.

The Effects Of Skimpy Skills Can Be Significant

Skimpy Skills can hold your teen back in many ways.

For example, Skimpy Skills can keep your teen from getting the grades she is capable of getting...

...so please be aware of this potential problem. 

Skimpy Skills may cause your teen to miss out on scholarship dollars, internship opportunities, and even job offers.

Skimpy Skills may also cause your teen to take longer than four years to get her four-year college degree, and that's something you need to be aware of because your college costs will increase significantly as time-to-graduation increases.

This may sound bleak but believe me: there's a solid path to where you want to go. Just keep reading...

The Tell-Tale Signs Of Skimpy Skills 

Are there red flags of Skimpy Skills you and your teen should pay attention to?

For starters, your teen may not realize how impactful soft skills and academic success skills are.

Fortunately, I have a way around it. I want your teen to understand that the grade he gets on a test depends not only on his understanding of the course material, but also on how well he prepares for and takes tests.

Even though this is true, my 20 years of experience as a professor in the college classroom convinced me that few students take the time to learn how to prepare for and take tests.

Think of it like this: if your teen wants to do well on his chemistry test, he must spend time honing his note-taking skills, and his test prep- and test-taking skills, in addition to studying the material that will be on the test...and of course his study skills need to be honed as well (a truth I learned by nearly flunking out of college).

Here's another sign of Skimpy Skills: Your teen may not use the skills he does have.

This one can sneak up on you, but here's how to handle it: Encourage your teen to use his time management skills to complete his projects and assignments rather than procrastinating or giving up in frustration.

For example, rather than putting off writing that term paper because he doesn’t know how to start, be sure your teen uses the planning template I provide to map out the steps he needs to follow and assigns a duration and deadline to each step. Using my template will give him the ability to leverage his time management skills to get his term paper done on time.

As helpful as these tips may be, they are not the ultimate solution. However, in order to convey the amazing impact this can have on your teen, I first need to let you in on the backstory.

This is what laid the foundation that led me to discover a permanent solution to Skimpy Skills...and a path to help my clients empower their teens to succeed in high school and prepare for college that made all the difference in the world...

Your Teen Can Benefit
From The Insight I Gained During My 20 Years As A College Professor

The experience I gained from 20 years as a professor in the college classroom is one of the secrets to my success in equipping students with the skills they need to succeed. 

It's great when something works for one student or two. That may help your teen in the short term. However, the real question is: Are there common traits among the truly successful college students?

Yes.  Successful College Students Have Soft Skills.

And I was not the only professor to make this observation.

Appleby (2017) drew a similar conclusion from his experience teaching college students:

“I learned a great deal from my students during four decades as a college professor. When I began teaching, I mistakenly assumed that academic performance was simply a result of intellectual ability. But as my career progressed, I became increasingly aware that other factors also influence student success as I noticed that some of my brightest students failed to thrive academically and that many of my less-intellectually-gifted students often exceeded my expectations."

Dr. Appleby concluded that soft skills contributed to the success of his students.

And get this…
Soft skills not only help students in the classroom, employers also place a high value on soft skills.

CareerBuilder surveyed two thousand human resources specialists and found that 77% ranked soft skills as important as hard skills (CareerBuilder, 2014).  

That means that students who have a broad suite of soft skills are more attractive to employers than are students who lack soft skills.

So…
…based on my own experience as a student...professor...mentor
…based on the experience of other professors
…based on employer feedback

I want to share 1 powerful truth: soft skills are critical to your teen’s success.

If Your Teen Truly Wants To Succeed,
She Must Leverage What I Call “Soft Skills Synergy” 

When I started using Soft Skills Synergy, I helped my students get the grades they were capable of getting and develop their employability skills.

So, what is Soft Skills Synergy?

Soft Skills Synergy is the key to building skills that work together to empower your teen to succeed in high school and college and prepare for a great start to her career.

Let me explain...

Skills in time management, communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and problem-solving are soft skills.

These skills work together synergistically with leadership skills and academic success skills to empower your teen to succeed in the classroom.

Think of it like this: equipping your teen with leadership skills, soft skills, and academic success skills while she is in high school can boost her success now and also prepare her for future college and career success.

Let me unpack that a bit further for you...
Picture Soft Skills Synergy as if it were a restaurant that has great food, great service, and great prices. Sounds like an excellent restaurant, right? The food, service, and prices work together to make the restaurant a success.

In the same way, leadership skills, soft skills, and academic success skills work together to make your teen successful.

But what about a restaurant that has great food and great service, but is crazy expensive? Or what about a restaurant that offers great food at reasonable prices, but has lousy service? These restaurants will not be as successful as they otherwise could be.

Similarly, students who lack leadership skills, soft skills, and academic success skills will not be as successful in the classroom or on the job as they could be.

A Few Quick Tips For
Leveraging Soft Skills Synergy

I've discovered a few tactics along the way that help my clients enable their teens to leverage Soft Skills Synergy.

Here's my first tip: encourage your teen to learn which skills are essential for success in the classroom and on the job.

Here's another tip my customers find helpful:

Your teen must identify and eliminate gaps as he develops his success skills.

There's also another way of approaching student success that can work, but it's not one that works as consistently as Soft Skills Synergy: focusing on your teen’s so-called learning style.

Your teen can try that if she wants, but like I said, I don't find it as reliable...

So, What Do You Do Next?

These tips, as solid as they are, just are not enough to really equip your teen with the skills she needs to succeed in high school and prepare for college.

That requires one more important step.

Let me share how I came up with what has been called “The Ultimate Crash Course for College and Career Prep” that will help your teen maximize Soft Skills Synergy.

Here's the story:

I designed my college teaching strategy to help my students leverage Soft Skills Synergy.

In addition to teaching my course content, I integrated leadership skills, soft skills, and academic success skills into my teaching and advising activities.

I had been teaching these skills in my freshman orientation and senior seminar courses, but saw a real need to include them in my agricultural and environmental science courses as well.

For example, even though I didn’t teach formal writing courses, I corrected grammatical errors on tests and assignments to help students improve their communication skills.

I also took the time to help my students develop their teamwork skills when I assigned collaborative projects.

I made sure my students understood the importance of soft skills and strongly encouraged them to develop and document these skills. I also helped them integrate evidence and examples of their employability (soft) skills and experiences into their resumes and cover letters.

Integrating Soft Skills Synergy into my teaching and advising enabled me to empower hundreds of students to improve their grades and strengthen their resumes. My impact on student success was recognized with numerous teaching and mentoring awards.

When I became Associate Dean for Academic Programs, I was asked to speak to students in a leadership development class. I started jotting down a few ideas to share with the aspiring leaders and soon had several pages of notes.

Those notes, combined with my experience leveraging Soft Skills Synergy in my classes, blossomed into a draft for a book that integrated leadership skills, soft skills, and academic success skills to empower teens to succeed in the classroom and on the job.

And after several rounds of refining and honing my content based on input from students, teachers, parents, and employers, I wrote "Success Skills for High School, College, and Career."

Introducing "Success Skills For High School,
College, and Career (Revised Edition)"

Success Skills for High School, College, and Career (Revised Edition) is a book delivered to your door and essentially fast-tracks your teen’s ability to leverage Soft Skills Synergy in a way that's as enjoyable as it is effective.

Here's what you can look forward to experiencing with Success Skills for High School, College, and Career (Revised Edition)...
  • You can equip your teen with the soft skills she needs to succeed in high school and college...using proven and practical strategies...
  • You can easily provide your teen with the employability skills she will need to flourish on the job...no matter where her career path takes her...
  • You can easily empower your teen to develop academic success strategies to get the grades she is capable of getting without seeing her struggle needlessly...

You Say: “Will Success Skills for High School, College, and Career (Revised Edition) Work For My Teen?” 

I'm sure you're wondering if Success Skills for High School, College, and Career (Revised Edition) can work for your teen, even if you think you've tried just about everything when it comes to helping your teen succeed in high school and prepare for college.

Well, let me set your mind at ease:

During the years I spent looking for the TRUTH...

...20 years teaching and advising college students...

...honing, testing, re-testing, and perfecting Success Skills for High School, College, and Career (Revised Edition) to make sure it was as flexible as it is powerful...

...I hit pay dirt.

Success Skills for High School, College, and Career (Revised Edition) can work for you when virtually nothing else will.

In a moment, you'll read a few testimonials... just know this for now:

Success Skills for High School, College, and Career (Revised Edition) really is a book for high school success and college prep that can work for literally anyone...

...even if you can't figure out how to help your teen reach her potential...

...or even if you are not familiar with the best academic success strategies for high school...

...and get this:

Even if you don't have time to help your teen as much as you would like, Success Skills for High School, College, and Career (Revised Edition) can still deliver results that enable your teen to develop the skills she needs to succeed in high school and prepare for college while developing the skills and experience employers are looking for.

Measurable Results You Can Count On 

So, what can you expect in the way of results... and how fast can your teen expect to see them?

You'll be amazed to see that after reading the introductory chapter, your teen will have a better understanding of the skills he needs to build to succeed in the classroom and on the job.  

Your teen will also know how success skills can strengthen your college finances bottom line.

In as little as a couple weeks, you'll be pleased to see that your teen develops a deeper awareness of her unique strengths and that she is creating a plan to leverage them...

...and it just keeps getting better:

In as little as a semester...that's all...your teen can discover how to get the grades she is capable of getting.

That is the high school success and college prep advantage you and your teen absolutely deserve.

And you can finally:
  • Equip your teen to succeed in high school and prepare for college!
  • Make your teen more competitive for scholarships and awards! 
  • ​Guide your teen into becoming more competitive for jobs and potentially minimize lost income!
  • ​Decode the best way for you to help your teen increase her leadership influence and make a greater impact!
  • ​Boost your teen's critical thinking and problem-solving skills!
  • ​AND MORE!

And don't just take my word for it...

The Reviews Are In,
And The Results Speak For Themselves 

Here are just a few of the testimonials I could share with you regarding my Success Skills for High School, College, and Career Christian and secular book editions and my unique strategy for empowering teens with the skills they need to succeed in the classroom and on the job.

 “Dr. Cary Green has identified one under-explored element of success for students and young professionals: the soft skills necessary to be great. Success Skills for High School, College and Career is chock-full of insight, useful tips and hands-on exercises to develop the tools everyone needs to be more effective.” --John Hupalo, President, Invite Education

"The key to success! If students can master what Cary Green teaches in Success Skills for High School, College,
and Career, they will be well on their way to a bright future. Dr. Green breaks down life-changing skill sets into tangible, actionable steps, making this not just a book of theory but one that can truly make an impact. This insightful book is also filled with relatable stories and experiences to really drive home each lesson. All students should read this book." --Jocelyn (Paonita) Pearson, Founder, The Scholarship System

Dr. Green has a unique approach of integrating leadership, soft skills, and academic success skills which is precisely what makes him an invaluable resource and go-to person for schools, parents, and teachers who want to build success skills in their students. --Pat Wyman, Founder and CEO, HowToLearn.com

“Cary Green provides the ultimate crash course in college and career preparedness for high school and college students.” --BlueInk Reviews (from first Christian edition)

And the list goes on and on...
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Today marks a turning point for you and your teen, and I'm thrilled to be a part of it.

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Cary J. Green, PhD

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FAQs

My teen has a great high school counselor. Should she still read your book?
Yes! 

A great high school counselor is a phenomenal resource for students. The guidance and insight I provide in my book will reinforce and expand the counselor's advice.  And, I provide in my book a few suggestions that your teen can follow to make meetings with school counselors and advisors more effective.
My daughter learns by doing. Does your book include exercises and activities to help her learn? 
Yes. My book includes several exercises and activities.

Plus, I developed a 50-page application workbook with additional questions, exercises, and activities to help students learn and apply the material in the book. The workbook is available as a free bonus.

Don't just take my word for it, check out this reviewer comment: “This book is full of great principles that will help any high school student towards success and the workbook that you get as a free download is even better!” — Dadofdivas blog.
My son has a tutor for math. Should he continue working with his tutor when you coach him?
Certainly.  I recommend that your teen continue working with his tutor. I help students develop their leadership skills, soft skills, and academic success skills rather than teaching them specific academic subjects, such as math or chemistry. My academic coaching will complement your son's tutoring. 
My son is in junior high school. Will your book help him? 
Absolutely. The leadership skills, soft skills, and academic success skills are just as empowering to junior high students as they are to high school and college students.
My daughter is in college. Can she benefit from your advice?
Definitely.  College students most certainly can benefit from the advice I provide in my book. In fact, an entire chapter in my book is dedicated to helping college students identify and take advantage of key academic success and career prep resources on campus.

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Adecco Staffing. The American Skills Gap is Real. Retrieved March 31, 2020, from Adecco Staffing: https://www.adeccousa.com/employers/resources/skills-gap-in-the-american-workforce/

Appleby, D.C., 2017. The soft skills college students need to succeed now and in the future. Retrieved August 6, 2021 from Psychology Student Network: https://www.apa.org/ed/precollege/psn/2017/09/soft-skills

CareerBuilder. April 10, 2014. “Overwhelming Majority of Companies Say Soft Skills Are Just as Important as Hard Skills.” Retrieved May 1, 2020 from CareerBuilder. com: http://press.careerbuilder.com/2014-04-10-Overwhelming-Majority-of-Companies-Say-Soft-Skills-Are-Just-as-Important-as-Hard-Skills-According-to-a-New-CareerBuilder-Survey

National Association of Colleges and Employers. Fall 2019 Salary Survey Executive Summary. Retrieved April 3, 2020 from National Association of Colleges and Employers: https://www.naceweb.org/uploadedfiles/files/2019/publication/executive-summary/2019-nace-salary-survey-fall-executive-summary.pdf

U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Winter 2016–17, Graduation Rates component. See Digest of Education Statistics 2017, table 326.10.

U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. (2019). Digest of Education Statistics, 2017 (NCES 2018-070), Chapter 3.
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