Where Will You Find Your Star? The Journey to New Horizons [NOOK Book]


Your future is up to you.

Thoughts Become Visions -- To begin your journey you must first have a vision. A vision is an abstract visualization of how you would like ...
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Where Will You Find Your Star? The Journey to New Horizons

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Your future is up to you.

Thoughts Become Visions -- To begin your journey you must first have a vision. A vision is an abstract visualization of how you would like your life to be.

Visions Become Plans -- A plan is the road to follow to achieve your vision.

Plans Lead To Possibilities -- When you venture beyond the scope of normal thinking, a plan allows you to see possibilities.

Possibilities Become Goals -- What are you capable of doing with your life? What type of potential do you possess?

Goals Become Opportunities -- Goals are measurable and achievable actions that are translated from your vision. Goals consist of two or more milestones or hills to climb.
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Andrew R. Williams, II
I received my first copy of this book during my sophomore year at North Mesquite High School. My father used it as a guide to help me make my vision a reality. There were many things that I wanted to do with my life. We had many conversations, many vision-related trips, and annual reviews of my plans and goals. Today, I have chosen the profession that provides me the most joy and excitement. My parents, high school teachers and counselors, and college professors have been instrumental in helping
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013504646
  • Publisher: Backintyme
  • Publication date: 11/20/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 64
  • File size: 107 KB

Meet the Author

Drew Williams is a graduate of Prairie View A&M University, a former US Army officer, and a former assistant store manager for Home Depot. He has served as a corporate trainer in both the dental and medical industry. He has one son, Andrew II, who goes to college at Prairie View. He gives back to the community by helping parents with college prep for their children. His hobby is African-American genealogy, and he is listed on the Kaufman County Texas Genealogy Website.
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