You’ve probably already figured out that life is full of transitions—from middle school to high school; from high school to a college or a job; from college to career. Each transition is an opportunity to establish great habits, make great choices and meet great people…or an opportunity to absolutely fail at this.
Some students aren’t able to navigate the changes in their life and they get off track. Eventually they find themselves at a destination they don’t like because they didn’t make the right moves at the crucial times. This discussion guide was designed to prevent that.
The goal is to help you get to where you want to go.
At some point in the journey—you will face junctions, and must transition to a new place:
Seniors preparing to graduate
Habitudes for the Journey is a book of images that reminds a student of the lessons we all must learn as we travel the road of life.
It’s for students in transition. The principles represent how we should think and act during key junctions of our life. It’s another installment in the series of books called, Habitudes: Images That Form Leadership Habits and Attitudes.
It’s designed with first year students in mind.
Chapters include images like Tollbooths or Roadblocks, Compass or GPS, Sturdy Guardrails, Windshields and Rearview Mirrors…and more.
They cover topics like:
Focus and goals…and more.