Discover meaningful and entertaining ways to connect with teens. Explained through the lens of a veteran high school teacher, the analogies in this text offer a unique perspective on the lives of young adults. They illustrate both who they are and why they are that way. Getting teenagers to realize they are not who they’re gonna be yet is only half the struggle of the current generation of adults on this planet. More importantly, the revelations within these sections offer a glimpse of who we can all become as human beings. Therein is the rest of our challenge. How do we get the next generation of adults to understand where we’ve been, why now looks like it does, and where they’re headed? First, they must understand their capabilities beyond what’s right in front of them—something they’re simply not used to fathoming. The messages and answers can be inspirational, comical, and motivational. Indeed, Small, Slow, and Stupid is an important life perspective for all high school teachers to both consider and share.