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Author: Shelomo Solson

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As a teenage kid, it may seem we are going through struggles alone. We may think it is not acceptable to ask for help which is why this podcast was created.

The host of the teenage impact and entrepreneur, Shelomo Solson has been bullied, lacked self-esteem, went to speech/ESOL class for seven years, suffered depression, anxiety, had best friends pass away, was soft-spoken, & had many setbacks. Even though he felt alone at times he wasn’t.

This podcast is for all the teenage kids who are going through some struggle in life whether it is anxiety, depression, loneliness, confidence issues, or challenges at home. On this podcast you will find stories, interviews, & tips from those who have gone through similar struggles then overcame it.

The Teenage Impact Podcast will inspire you to get over any hurdle in your life so you can unlock your potential in life.
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If you want to book Shelomo Solson, a youth motivational and anti-bullying speaker as a speaker for your school or youth conference to talk about bullying, finding your purpose, and building resiliency, visit www.shelomosolson.com.Learn about my book "Never Fight Alone" - a mental health book for teens, parents, and youth leaders. https://teenageimpact.com/never-fight-alone/I wanted to make a video that talks specifically about bullying since bullying awareness month is almost over. In this video, I will go over:- What is bullying?- Effects of bullying- My story of how I got bullied- What you can do to prevent bullyingI credit some of the information from this video to:https://www.stopbullying.govhttps://www.pacer.org/https://nces.ed.gov/https://www.bjs.gov/
Jonathan Lowe was adopted at a young age. He started to go downhill when he was going through the stress of reconnecting with his mom, overworking himself, and being on drugs. He thought there was a chip in his head telling him to run from the cops. He ran red lights, crashed his car, and killed someone. He went to jail and then a mental hospital. While still being in the hospital, he became the student body president for his community college. Listen to this podcast to hear his story!Get your copy of "Never Fight Alone" today: https://amzn.to/33BRRZAFollow me on Instagram @ShelomoSolsonConnect with Jonathan Lowe: https://www.facebook.com/jonathan.lowe.5076
It’s OFFICIAL ....... “Never Fight Alone” is finally available in hardcover, paperback, and ebook. You can find my book at Amazon, Barnes & Nobles, eBay, and other major online retailers.This is one of my proudest moments ever and my first of many books to follow.16 months ago I had the idea of interviewing people and compiling it in a book. I pushed through the setbacks and any doubts I had. I am glad I did!!“Never Fight Alone” is a life-changing mental health and self-help book for teens, teen parents, school administrators, & anyone who deals with teenagers on a regular basis.It consists of 51 inspiring interviews to help you overcome your struggles and improve your mental health.The #1 reason I wrote this book is to help people and I am confident “Never Fight Alone” will do exactly that.This podcast episode is going to cover what I learned from the entire book writing process.Get your copy of "Never Fight Alone" today: https://amzn.to/33BRRZA
Ms. Yogi was born and raised in the South Bronx. She dropped out of high school at 15 years old when she had her first child. She was arrested at 17 when she found out she was expecting another child. She became homeless then decided to get her GED and then a college degree. Now she inspires other children to turn their life around. She is now the Founder of "Teens Under Construction" and a Licensed Masters Social Worker.Connect with her:IG: @TeensUnderConstructionLearn more about the release of my new book "Never Fight Alone" 9/15/20 https://teenageimpact.com/never-fight-alone/Rate and review my podcast so we can spread more mental health awareness to people who need it.
Dontell Jefferson is a former NBA player, he is an educator, author of the book "How to Make it to the NBA", and a speaker. He had to go through some hurdles to get to the NBA. Listen to his story and how you can learn from his past experiences.Connect with him:https://www.amazon.com/How-Make-NBA-Scholarship-Basketball/dp/0692993886Instagram: @dontelljeffersonLearn more about the release of my new book "Never Fight Alone" 9/15/20 https://teenageimpact.com/never-fight-alone/Rate and review my podcast so we can spread more mental health awareness to people who need it.
Johnny Crowder is a suicide/abuse survivor, touring musician, comedian, writer, founder & CEO of Cope Notes, and NAMI's brand ambassador. He has a well-known Tedx Talk called "How to Grow as a Person (And Why It Sucks)." It wasn't always easy for him. When he was younger, he struggled with schoolyard bullying, eating disorders, OCD, ADHD, emotional/physical/sexual abuse, hallucinations, suicide attempts, and schizophrenia. The podcast episode will only touch base on some of these. We will talk about Johnny's story and how you can interrupt your negative thinking patterns.Find out more at his website: https://copenotes.com/Instagram: @JohnnyCrowderLovesYouLearn more about the release of my new book "Never Fight Alone" 9/15/20 https://teenageimpact.com/never-fight-alone/Rate and review my podcast so we can spread more mental health awareness to people who need it.
Cathleen is the founder of The Edvisory LA, a boutique college admissions consultancy helping motivated, driven students around the world pursue their passion through education. She is USC alumna, writer, college admissions and essay consultant, and international speaker based in Los Angeles, California. Find out more at her website: https://www.theedvisoryla.com/Instagram: @theedvisoryla/TikTok: @topcollegeguruLearn more about the release of my new book "Never Fight Alone" 9/15/20 https://teenageimpact.com/never-fight-alone/Follow me on IG: @shelomosolson
Mehak Vohra is the Founder at OnDelta, #4 on Forbes Top 10 Gen Z Marketer List, and she creates opportunities for marketers everywhere.OnDelta is an online/remote school focused on training the next generation of marketers. The cohorts are free upfront, and we're only paid if you get a job!On the side, she is working on a couple of tech projects and creates content for YouTube and LinkedIn.Learn more about the release of my new book "Never Fight Alone" 9/15/20 https://teenageimpact.com/never-fight-alone/Follow me on IG: @shelomosolsonConnect with Mehak Vohra:IG: & Tiktok @themehakvohraYoutube: Mehak Vohra
Ryan TeenOnTheScene is the Brand Ambassador for Freshman Fun Box & Nebu Media. He wants to inform, inspire, & entertain. A couple of the struggles he had to go through is growing up gay in a Black community and the stigma around it. Also, unlike now, he used to be shy. Listen to this podcast episode to hear his story and how you can learn from them.Learn more about the release of my new book "Never Fight Alone" 9/15/20 https://teenageimpact.com/never-fight-alone/Follow me on IG: @shelomosolsonConnect with Ryan:IG: @teenonthesceneYoutube: Search Ryan TeenOnTheScene
After paroling prison on December 13, 2008, Tony Hoffman started living out his dream, with his addiction behind him. Tony is a Former BMX Elite Pro and placed 2nd at the 2016 World Championships in Medellin Colombia in the Masters Pro class. Tony coached Women’s Elite Pro, Brooke Crain, to a 4th place finish at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in Brazil. His story is full of redemption as he has seen some of the highest highs, and the lowest lows. Tony has presented on the prestigious TEDx stage and his Goalcast video that went viral in February of 2020 has been viewed more than six million times. He is the Founder and Director of The Freewheel Project, a non-profit organization that mentors thousands of youth through action sports. Today, Tony is one of the most requested substance abuse speakers in the country, traveling over 200 days a year to share his inspiring story with various audiences.Learn more about the release of my new book "Never Fight Alone" 9/15/20 https://teenageimpact.com/never-fight-alone/Follow me on IG: @shelomosolsonConnect with Tony:Website: http://www.tonyhoffmanspeaking.com/IG: @tonymhoffman
Maddy went through a lot from a young age. Her dad died at the age of 4, she was bullied, she experienced childhood abuse, her mom developed terminal cancer in 2011, anorexia + other mental illnesses, 2 sexual assaults, and being gay in a homophobic environment. In this interview, we mainly touch base on her experiences with her eating disorders and bullying and how she overcame those challenges.sLearn more about the release of my new book "Never Fight Alone" 9/15/20 https://teenageimpact.com/never-fight-alone/Follow me on IG: @shelomosolsonConnect with Maddy:IG: @Maddys.battleTikTok: @Madison.Eve
The Corona Virus has got many of us going to school and working from home. It isn't easy to concentrate and be in the same environment every day. It is not easy for both the child and the parent. I have been working from home for the past 7 months, and I have 5 tips that I want to share with you that have helped me shape my days up for success.Spend 30 seconds to rate and review this podcast on Apple so the app can recommend Teenage Impact to more people and impact more lives.Subscribe to my newsletter for weekly life-changing tips & promotions. Also to find out when my book "Never Fight Alone is releasing" https://teenageimpact.com/newsletter/Follow me on IG: @shelomosolson
Marius Woodward was involved in a house fire at eight years old in Romania which resulted in his parents passing away and him in the hospital for eight months. Two ladies from America found him in the hospital and took him with them to America where he was admitted to Shriners Hospital for Children and then eventually adopted. He now has a TikTok following of over 660,000+ followers and his own clothing line. In this podcast episode, we will talk about Marius's story and how he was able to stay so positive.,Receive a FREE Guide to 7 Quick and Easy Ways to Feel Better About Yourself https://teenageimpact.com/7-quick-and-easy-ways-to-feel-better-about-yourself/Follow me on IG: @shelomosolsonFollow Marius Woodward:TikTok: @1teammariusIG: @TeamMarius
How do you establish credibility in a speech? (3 STEPS)The audience has or will make up their mind on listening to you in the first 30 seconds of your speech. Prove to them you are worthy to listen to. I walk you through a 3 step method on how to establish credibility with the audience.Subscribe to my newsletter for weekly life-changing tips & promotions: https://teenageimpact.com/newsletter/Follow me on IG: @shelomosolson
Jason Ho is a good friend of mine. He is in the Coast Guard and phenomenal shape. In March, he got Corona Virus, which led him to gasp for air many times and in the hospital for 2 weeks. He still has PTSD and anxiety about it 4 months later. Listen to this episode to discover what Jason Ho had to experience, some of the early symptoms, and what precautions you should take to minimize your chances of getting Corona.Receive a FREE Guide to 7 Quick and Easy Ways to Feel Better About Yourself https://teenageimpact.com/7-quick-and-easy-ways-to-feel-better-about-yourself/Follow me on IG: @shelomosolsonFollow Jason Ho:FB: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=5030406IG: @Mr.Finechina
Paty Johnston is an international leadership coach, trainer, and speaker with a passion for helping people fulfill their true potential. Over the years, Paty has trained hundreds of people in South America, Australia, and the United States, where she currently resides.Paty has extensive education, including a Bachelor's degree in business, Master's in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing, Diploma of Marketing, Certificate in Training and Assessment, Diploma of Leadership and Management, specializing in Adult Literacy and numeracy issues. Paty has worked in big, multinational corporations, in non-for-profit organizations and she has had her own successful business in the US. Her experience is very broad and quite unique. Paty has also worked as a coach of Leadership and Management during the past 6 years in Canberra, Australia and the evaluations of her clients and students were outstanding. Her ability to translate complex issues into simple, easy-to-apply steps and her passion to see people grow, have made her a highly sought-after trainer coach and speaker.This podcast episode is how she was able to stop procrastinating after many years of making excuses.Subscribe to my newsletter for weekly life-changing tips & promotions: https://teenageimpact.com/newsletter/Follow me on IG: @shelomosolsonFollow Paty Johnston:FB: https://www.facebook.com/johnstonpatyEmail: paty@patyjohnston.com
Some people say if you want to accomplish your goals in life, you should work hard including weekends. Other people say you need to leave your weekends to rejuvenate. Listen to this episode to get my take on this topic. Receive a FREE Guide to 7 Quick and Easy Ways to Feel Better About Yourself https://teenageimpact.com/7-quick-and-easy-ways-to-feel-better-about-yourself/Follow me on IG @ShelomoSolson
When we are hanging out with friends, we are always joking around each other. When we are making fun of one of our friends, we believe it is a harmless joke. To them, it may not be very respectful, and they might not say anything. As friends, we shouldn't stop having fun and making jokes with each other. At the same time, we should respect boundaries. This podcast episode is about why harmless jokes may be damaging and what we can do to make sure our jokes are not hurting our friends. Receive a FREE Guide to 7 Quick and Easy Ways to Feel Better About Yourself https://teenageimpact.com/7-quick-and-easy-ways-to-feel-better-about-yourself/Follow me on IG @ShelomoSolson
People always told me to be realistic. I hate that terminology. The most successful people in life dreamt big and made their dreams into a reality. If they can do it, so can you. In this podcast episode, I am going to explain 5 reasons why you should dream big. Subscribe to my newsletter for weekly life-changing tips & promotions: https://teenageimpact.com/newsletter/Message me on Instagram @shelomosolson for any questions and follow me if you haven't already.
Mario Armstrong is a two-time Emmy Award-winner, lifestyle entrepreneur, creator, and motivational speaker with Daymond John’s Shark Group. Mario's mission is to provide advice and tools to help you hustle mindfully and pursue your passions. He is also an NBC TODAY Show Contributor, appears on Dr. Oz, NPR, Inside Edition & hosts the podcast "Wake Up and Level Up".In this podcast episode, we discuss:- How to become less of a people pleaser- Overcoming Racism & Biases as a Black teenager- Creating opportunities for yourself and pursuing your passionsSubscribe to my newsletter for weekly life-changing tips & promotions: https://teenageimpact.com/newsletter/Follow me on IG: @shelomosolsonFollow Mario Armstrong:https://www.youtube.com/c/NeverSettleNetwork/featuredIG: @MarioArmstrongNeverSettle.Tv
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