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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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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
Are You Facing Daily Challenges, Frustrations, and Unnecessary Stress As a Teenager?These years as a teenager in high school are not only going to be some of the most memorable years of your life, but they can also be some of the most difficult and challenging as well. This podcast is about building resilience. Resilience is your own ability to quickly recover from any difficulty that comes your way. It’s how you “bounce back” after being knocked down. It’s about becoming a stronger person – from the inside out. Listen to this podcast episode to discover how you can build resilience starting today.Learn more about my online program "Building Resilience 101" - https://teenageimpact.thinkific.com/courses/building-resilience-101Message me on Instagram @shelomosolson for any questions and follow me if you haven't already.
Elliot Padfield is one of the UK’s leading young entrepreneurs with security, real estate, and healthcare businesses. He is now an investor and public speaker.When most of us are knee-deep into assignments and playing video games during our free-time in college, there are a few extraordinary people who are busy making headlines and rewriting history at that age. One such extraordinary individual is 16-year-old British student, Elliot Padfield, who has established and built a number of global brands.He manages Padfield International, a maritime security and intelligence brand, and The Invictus Group, a real estate and investment group. He’s also worked to launch a number of startups including Padfield Social, Elion Health and HydroPonica.Padfield has now turned to public speaking and investing as his way of giving back to the community. He believes that his work as a public speaker is a channel for inspiration and education, which gave him his focus on nurturing young leaders through talks in schools as well as complementing internal CPD programs.According to famousbirthdays.com, Elliot is set to be the next face of entrepreneurship and is likened to Gary Vaynerchuk in his early career.Take this personality quiz: 'What's my resiliency type? (High School sports edition)" https://teenageimpact.com/whats-my-resiliency-type-high-school-sports-edition/Message me on Instagram @shelomosolson for any questions and follow me if you haven't already.Find Elliot Padfield:IG: @Elliot.Padfieldwebsite: Elliotpadfield.com
We have all had participation trophies at one point in our life or the other. Everyone has different viewpoints. I am not a big fan of them. Listen to this podcast to find out why and what we should do if we are continually failing even if we work hard.Take this personality quiz: 'What's my resiliency type? (High School sports edition)" https://teenageimpact.com/whats-my-resiliency-type-high-school-sports-edition/Message me and follow me on Instagram @shelomosolson for any questions and follow me if you haven't already.
Morning rituals are extremely important to set you up for success. The most successful people have morning rituals. If you have anxiety, depression, or any other struggle, the first step to changing your attitude is through morning routines. This podcast episode will go over the reason why you should have a morning routine and how you can start. Take this personality quiz: 'What's my resiliency type? (High School sports edition)" https://teenageimpact.com/whats-my-resiliency-type-high-school-sports-edition/Message me and follow me on Instagram @shelomosolson for any questions and follow me if you haven't already.
John Malott is a successful entrepreneur and CEO of Build Your Empire. He has built multiple multi-million-dollar businesses. The odds were stacked against him from the beginning. He got locked up 3 times (2 times as a teenager), addicted to drugs (got a heart attack from too much cocaine), sister died from a heroin overdose, hung out with toxic people and dropped out of high school at 15 years old after he got arrested for attempting to rob a movie theater. John is going to explain his story and how any teenage kid can succeed even during rough circumstances. Take this personality quiz: 'What's my resiliency type? (High School sports edition)" https://teenageimpact.com/whats-my-resiliency-type-high-school-sports-edition/Message me on Instagram @shelomosolson for any questions and follow me if you haven't already.Find John Malott:IG: @John.Malott
I am super grateful for this past year. 28 was the age I started Teenage Impact. In this podcast episode, I want to share with you: - 3 Lessons I have learned this past year- My story of how I got into entrepreneurship + Teenage Impact- My thoughts on life in generalTake this personality quiz: 'What's my resiliency type? (High School sports edition)" https://teenageimpact.com/whats-my-resiliency-type-high-school-sports-edition/Message me on Instagram @shelomosolson for any questions and follow me if you haven't already.
Public speaking can be daunting and terrifying. How do you even prepare for a presentation or speech? In this podcast episode, I will do a quick recap of what I do to prepare. These tips have helped me to win multiple speech/presentation champions and pitch competitions.Sign up for my life-changing and powerful 'Building Resilience 101' online course. The first 10 to sign up with this code: 'podcast' will receive 50% off the course. https://teenageimpact.thinkific.com/courses/building-resilience-101Message me on Instagram @shelomosolson for any questions and follow me if you haven't already.
I used to be a huge people pleaser. Everything I did was to not disappoint people even if that meant at the expense of my happiness. For the sake of our sanity, we need to stop people-pleasing behaviors. In this podcast episode, I will give you 3 steps on how you can minimize people-pleasing behaviors. Sign up for my life-changing and powerful 'Building Resilience 101' online course. The first 10 to sign up with this code: 'podcast' will receive 50% off the course. https://teenageimpact.thinkific.com/courses/building-resilience-101Message me on Instagram @shelomosolson for any questions and follow me if you haven't already.
In this podcast episode, I will discuss why we have the potential to end racism if we, as teenagers, can spread love between other students in our classrooms. There are three ways we can do this as a student.Sign up for my life-changing and powerful 'Building Resilience 101' online course. The first 10 to sign up with this code: 'podcast' will receive 50% off the course. https://teenageimpact.thinkific.com/courses/building-resilience-101Message me on Instagram @shelomosolson for any questions and follow me if you haven't already.
Amber Farooqui's mission is to help busy Gen Z's breakthrough their limiting beliefs to become powerful through fitness + mindset to find a fit lifestyle. Amber got into fitness at the age of 15. She was facing adversity like her parents getting a divorce, her insecurity about her body, and moving to Mexico for two years to be homeschooled. Listen to this podcast episode to learn about her fitness journey and how you can use fitness to overcome any struggle in your life.Sign up for my life-changing and powerful 'Building Resilience 101' online course. The first 10 to sign up with this code: 'podcast' will receive 50% off the course. https://teenageimpact.thinkific.com/courses/building-resilience-101Message me on Instagram @shelomosolson for any questions and follow me if you haven't already.Find Amber Farooqui:IG: @AmberFarooqui
Unfortunately, many high school seniors are not having graduation, but it should not prevent you from setting yourself up for success in the next ten years this summer. When I graduated 11 years ago, I didn't have anyone guiding what I should do summer before college. If I did these tips the summer before my freshman year of college, I would have had a head start.In this episode, I will talk about what these five activities are and why they are essential. P.s. #5 is longer than the rest. ;)Sign up for my life-changing and powerful 'Building Resilience 101' online course. The first 10 to sign up with this code: 'podcast' will receive 50% off the course. https://teenageimpact.thinkific.com/courses/building-resilience-101Message me on Instagram @shelomosolson for any questions and follow me if you haven't already.
It's been an exciting the past ten months. I have interviewed 57 people from 7 different countries on their struggles as a teenager and how they overcame them. I learned a lot from this process and genuinely grateful for the people I have connected with on this journey. I connected with some cool people, learned from them, and learned about myself! This podcast episode will talk about what I have learned from the process of getting these individuals on my podcast. It wasn't always easy connecting with people. If you don't have a podcast and are thinking about interviewing people for your podcast or shows on social media, this podcast episode is for you. I discuss what you can do to get started TODAY. Message me on IG @shelomosolson if you want a 50% discount course for my new online program for Building Resilience 101. The offer expires on 5/31/2020.
Edward Ashley Latimore wrote his destiny. He was raised in the projects around fighting, crime, drugs, and he didn’t have much money. It took Ed a while to figure out how he was going to make a living. He went to college at 18, dropped out, then picked up professional boxing, then going to the National Guard to back to college to get a Physics degree, and while growing the successful brand, he has today with 100k+ Twitter followers. He provides real and authentic life lessons to people around the world.Message me on IG @shelomosolson if you want a 50% discount course for my new online program for Building Resilience 101. The offer expires on 5/31/2020.Find Ed Latimore:https://edlatimore.com/Twitter: @EdLatimore
Alexis Joel was about to start medical school in Mexico when his life changed. An explosion in his apartment left him with 70% burns, in the coma for almost a month, and hospital for several months. Listen to this episode to find what his story is and how you can deal with a life-changing situation.Message me on IG @shelomosolson if you want a 50% discount course for my new online program for Building Resilience 101. The offer expires on 5/31/2020.Find Alexis Joel:IG: @alexis.joelprTikTok: @alexis.joelpr
Lou Jones was widely recognized as a leader on youth, young adults and academic success. Lou has motivated and inspired audiences of all ages for nearly two decades with his humorous stories, captivating life experiences and relatable personality. His mission is to inspire people to live their lives to the fullest and maximize their potential. Lou understands hardships because academics never came easy to him. Until the age of 14, he had a personal secret he kept from his classmates that he was illiterate. Despite those challenges, he was able to overcome that hurdle by becoming an honor roll student, excelled in leadership positions and won the Spirit of Detroit Award.Message me on IG @shelomosolson if you want a 50% discount course for my new online program for Building Resilience 101. The offer expires on 5/31/2020.Find Lou Jones:https://loujones.com/IG: @LouJonesInspiresTikTok: @LouJonesInspires
Marisa Sergi is the Winemaker & CEO of Red Head Wine. When she was younger, she was bullied because she had red hair. There were many times she felt like an outcast. Fast forward, she graduated from one of the top universities, Cornell University, named her wine company after what she used to get bullied for, and was featured in the Success Magazine 30 under 30. Listen to this podcast episode to discover how Marisa turned her bullying story to her success story.Message me on IG @shelomosolson if you want a 50% discount course for my new online program for Building Resilience 101. The offer expires on 5/31/2020.Find Marisa Sergi:IG: @marisasergiwww.redheadwine.us
Sabah and my mission is to help create an unforgettable brand people recognize to generate more income and make a more significant impact.She is the Founder of Unforgettable by Sabah, best selling author, two time TEDx speaker, brand consultant, and most importantly, your guide to success.Her entrepreneurial endeavors began when she was 19, a sophomore in college. Her work has been featured on publications such as TEDx, NBC, ABC, CBS, FOX, and have built a 20,000+ following worldwide.In this podcast episode, she will talk about her struggles from losing her mom and being in a toxic relationship. She will give valuable advice to those who are in that situation.Download the 52 Tips I Wish Someone Told Me In High School: https://teenageimpact.com/newsletter/Follow me on IG @shelomosolsonFind Sabah Ali:IG: @thesabahaliwww.sabahaliconsulting.com
Tovah Marx runs ‘HeyTovah’ where people share their stories. She was also a star in Real World Atlanta. She inspires others who have been sexually assaulted. She lost her virginity to rape at the age of 16, diagnosed with bipolar type 2 disorder and depression at age 18, tried committing suicide at 22, and then finding out her cousin committed suicide 16 days after she was out of the hospital. Listen to this podcast episode to learn what you can do if you have been a victim of sexual assault.Download the 52 Tips I Wish Someone Told Me In High School: https://teenageimpact.com/newsletter/Follow me on IG @shelomosolsonFind Tovah Marx:IG: @tovahmarx
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