Imagine going on a road trip.
You want to be spontaneous have some fun.
You’re langhing and singing with your friends.
You drive for a few miles.
Then you come to a crossroad and wonder which way to turn
because you didn’t bring a map.
Nor did you plan your accomdations, fuel stops,
food breaks, or attraction spots.
How completely lost would you be?
Without planing, you’re bound to run into more hurdles and longer detours.
Planning is an essential part of almost every short-term task,
long-term project or furture endeavor.
Post-secondary education is a bridge
between where you’re now and where you will be in the real world.
The decisions you make in the final years of high school,
will play an immense role in your readiness, excitement,
and success throughout post-secondary school.
Don’t you think you ought to invest some time in planning it effectively?
Crucial step when planning and decision-making is understanding who you are
in order to determine who you want to become and plan where you want to go.
While there are many ways to answer this question,
there’re three main areas we’ll focus on to define who you are.
They’re your interests, your values, and your strengths.
The next step in the process is discovering your options.
This is your post-secondary education levels such as diploma, a certificate or a dregree,
your field of study, such as education, arts or music,
and your post-secondary specialization such as philosophy, accounting or physiology.
Are you interested in art design?
I give you a general overview of some of the most common fields
to help students explore each field of study,
touching upon a description of the field, specializations in the field,
career options, and even some key strengths a candidate would need when studying the field.
The last step is decision-making.
We use what we know about ourselves in the first section,
and combine it with options we’ve discovered in the second section
to find a best fit level of education,
field of study, and institute for the student,
there are several in-book activities
to help students look at the most important factors when making these decisions.
For example, when deciding one’s level of education,
there are three main factors to look at.
The students’s eligibility,
their readiness and their financial situation.
When deciding one’s field of study,
a student must take into consideration: their interests, values, and strengths.
Lastly, when deciding the best fit post-secondary institute,
the student must take the first two– the level of education and field of study into account,
as well as their financial situation and additional logistics.
In other words,
This is “you” today.
And after knowing who you are and the options you have,
you’ll be able to decide two things.
The level of education and field of study that best suits you.
And these two things will be the main deciding factors of which institute to apply for.
Once you know where you wanna go and what you wanna apply for it
these make up your short-term goals, such as getting the grades you need to be accepted
or saving up enough money to move the way.
Finally, all of your short-term goals bring you to your one long-term end goal.
where we’ve been working on to solve an entire book.
In other words, I want to go to X institute to study Y field.
So how does this exactly all come to be?
Well, after coming up with this idea plus many sleepless nights,
and ten months later,
I finish writing Planning and Decision-making for students.
And now I need your help.
I need $5,000 and in only 30 days.
Please help bring my book to schools all of the world
to share these ideas and help students become better prepared,
more confident, and more directed for their futures.
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Thank you so so much.