GREENSBORO, NC -- A lot of people have looked back on their teenage years and thought, "If I only knew then, what I know now."
The teenage years can be tough. And talking to teenagers about staying true to themselves and working toward success can be even harder.
That's why Dr. Stephanie Wright is trying to teach teenagers just that.
Wright is hosting a workshop for teenagers called "Don't Be Good. Be Brilliant."
At the workshop, she'll help teenagers successfully navigate this time of their life by discussing a variety of topics, such as defining personal excellence, adopting realistic expectations and matching core personalities to potential careers paths.
"Don't Be Good. Be Brilliant" is Saturday, January 25th at the Spears Family YMCA on Horse Pen Creek Road in Greensboro.
It's open to kids and teenagers from 8am until 12pm.
For more information and the price to attend, visit: http://www.dontbegoodbebrilliant.com.
WFMY News 2