Where's the Map? Create Your OWN Guide to Life after Graduation

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Press: A Little Bit More Fun, Inc. (April 30, 2008)
Publication Date:2008-5
Author Name:Hood, Beth/ Hood, James


Where's the Map? Create Your OWN Guide to Life after Graduation is an entertaining, interactive guidebook designed to provide young adults with a simple model they can use to create a solid vision for their future, and ideally map out a life of their dreams. 
Our book is a fantastic graduation gift because it guarantees advice from someone any new graduate should -and will- listen to: themselves! This book is great for all ages because it is never too early or too late to answer the question, "What do I want to do with the rest of my life?" Where's the Map? goes beyond looking at college and career planning, to also exploring where you want to live, your relationships, "what keeps you going", and your overall life vision.


Teens,Education & Reference,Self-Help

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Comment List (Total:5)

  •     Great book to get to know yourself and your values. Use the Life Path Journal to create a plan and build the life you'vw always dreamed of.Life Path Journal: Who are you, what do you want and how are you going to get there?
  •     I am a coach that specializes in helping people implement their Big Ideas. Many of my clients are college student's whose parents want to help them 'decide what they want to be when they grow up'.I was given a copy of this book to review by the authors, and before I even had a chance to read it, I gave away my copy to the young college senior that was interviewing my daughter for college admission.I love the Socratic tone of the book. By asking great questions in a fun format, the book leads kids to know themselves, to get clear on who they are and what they want out of life, from a deep, value driven place.It was kind of like reading a comic book, but one that helps you get somewhere. Just fun, so you don't realize the great work you're doing until you get to the end.I would give this to every kid I care about.
  •     My grandson was in the process of graduating from high school; he didn't know what he wanted to do. I ordered two copies of Where's the Map? One copy I retained for myself; the other copy, I gave to my grandson. My grandson tells me Where's the Map? gave him focus and direction in planning his future. He is now excelling in college,
  •     Hello, Imagine my surprise, when the book I bought to see if I wanted to gift it, ended up spurring me to finish my Doctorate. I'm 61 years old and I bought this book to read and see if I want to give it to graduates I know. I was pleased to have some real `aha!' moments about myself. I am thrilled with how thorough, clear and to the point the authors are about such an important area of our lives. I've been through a lot to sort out my mishmash of a career. Meyer's Briggs, Johnson O'Connor, Barbara Sher's book REFUSE TO CHOOSE, and I even did a portion of a Master's degree in Applied Psychology at the University of Santa Monca on getting clear about a career. I think anything that helps young people gain clarity sooner is a blessing. And this book is that. The authors, by their expansive view of choices and range of values, feelings, wants and desires, give permission to readers to look at all areas and feel free to differ from the norm. It's laid out in an easy to use format, which appeals to youth. It worked for me and I think you will be very pleased too.
  •     I gave this book "Where's the Map" to our 16 year old granddaughter. In her own words, "I have been very excited and stimulated to have a book as well organized, interesting, creative, "not boring" and a excellent guide." She decided that she will work through "Where's the Map" as she completes her high school education. She explained that this Map has already motivated her to be thinking about her choices in life.

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