No Problem!: An Easy Guide to Getting What You Want

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Viking, Penguin Group, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 70 pages
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Albert wants to learn computer animation?but he doesn't have a computer.

Kiwi wants to go to soccer camp in Brazil?but she can't afford it.

Rad, Rita, and Remi have started a rock band?but they need more fans.

How will these kids achieve their goals? By problem-solving!

In this young readers? adaptation of an international bestseller, author Ken Watanabe reveals the secrets to getting what you want. Techniques like goalsetting, brainstorming, and strategizing?essential for any kid's success?are enlivened by Elwood H. Smith's hilarious drawings. This motivational book is a must-have for any kid eager to make it to the top.

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Review: No Problem: An Easy Guide to Getting What You Want

User Review  - Stephen - Goodreads

This children's book breaks down the basics of systematic problem solving in one's life for kids. It is a real eye opener to read it as an adult, though I think it might be judgemental towards ... Read full review

Review: No Problem: An Easy Guide to Getting What You Want

User Review  - Terry - Goodreads

Loved this quick book. All about self empowerment, scientifically looking at problems and finding ways to reach the goals we set for ourselves. Adults and students alike could easily use the simple methods laid out in the book. I will be pushing this one into many student hands. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Ken Watanabe grew up bilingual in Japan and studied in the United States at Yale and Harvard Business School. He was a management consultant at McKinsey & Company for six years. He is now the founder and CEO of his own education, entertainment, and media company, Delta Studio.

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