Author, Self-Made Individual Michael A. Deffina Releases New Workbook for Teens on Life and Career Planning

By: Get News

Shingle Springs, CA - Michael A. Deffina, a self-made individual who has earned remarkable success in business and life, has announced the release of his new educational workbook, titled “So What Comes Next?: A Teen's Guide to Life Planning Made Easy.”

In his new book, Deffina breaks down the overwhelming and often frustrating times in the lives of teens as they decide what they want to do with their lives. Drawing on years of life experiences, he shares an effective and strategic approach to finding passions and making the most of one’s life. The new guide helps readers accomplish this feat in just 50 pages by breaking down the daunting aspects of decision-making, making it easier for teens to determine what path to follow when selecting a career and occupation or creating a life plan. Each page in the book is clear and concise, and the workbook adopts a teen-friendly tone while deliberately playing to the short attention span of these readers, so they stay motivated and encouraged to recognize their individuality and build a life plan.

“I wrote the book because I want to reach as many young people as I can with a specially-tailored approach to decision-making,” remarked Deffina. “On each page of the workbook, I strive to help youth make decisions with confidence knowing that in the future they will be pleased with the decisions that they are making today, specifically when it comes to career and life planning, to achieve personal happiness and success,” he added.

As a self-made individual, Deffina believes that there is an effective way to approaching life for short and long-term success. He is strongly committed to helping young people develop their personal life plans based on their personalities, natural talents, strengths, and desires, and his new workbook for teens reflects this commitment. Born to a working-class family, his own life plan brought him to military service with the United States Navy as an electronics technician, before he went to work at General Dynamics and later IBM to develop guidance systems for the Apollo IV moon landing, his most satisfying endeavor yet. He then spent time rising through the ranks of IBM, HQ-Headquarters Companies, and later co-founding Ellie Mae, Inc., the leading software provider to the residential mortgage industry, which sold for $3.7 Billion. 

High school students, parents, counselors, and teachers have been awaiting the release of Deffina’s “So What Comes Next?: A Teen's Guide to Life Planning Made Easy ” to tackle career and life planning with clarity. To learn more, visit Amazon here.

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