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Besides choosing a career, another one of the most important decisions that teens and young adults will make is picking the right kind of vehicle. You wouldn't buy a car without test driving it first, right? So why would you select a career without test driving it first? That's what Test Drive Your Future is all about.
This new book by Beth and Jim Hood takes the reader step-by-step through the choices they will have in the future. It's all starts out before you even visit the car(eer) lot by identifying your passions, interests, and goals. Then you are asked to test-drive your intended career by knowing what will be expected and getting hands-on experience. Then you can drive home your new metaphorical auto and plan for your new car(eer).
Test Drive Your Future would make a great gift for any high school student or graduate. It will be their most vital resource to guide them in shaping their future. It will truly help each reader get what they want out of their life- and have fun along the way! And word on the street is that a new version intended for college students will come out soon. For more information, visit testdriveyourfuture.com. --Seattle PI (Teen Talk), Jessica Lippe, December 16, 2010
How many parents knew what they wanted to do at 18 and how many of these parents are doing what they thought? The answer is usually less than 10%. The misconception is that students should know what they want to do when they "grow up," but do parents know what they want to do when they "grow up"? These are some of the questions students should understand and be allotted the freedom to explore and navigate their own path. The ability to test drive your future is an essential part of self-exploration and growth. --Kathy Cheng, Dynamy Internship Year
I don't know about you, but I didn't have anything close to this book when I was trying to figure myself out as a teenager and young adult. Read morePublished on February 11, 2011 by Charles Bohannan