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A Straight Forward Journey

  • Class: Intro to Business - Viking Explorers 2
  • Educator: Lisa Parker
  • Home Base: Vanden High School

My Roadmap

I mashed up my Interests to direct me down my own road. Take the Roadmap quiz for yourself!


Being Physically Acive

My Roadmap

Environment & Nature




Accomplishing Goals



My Roadmap


My Manifesto

My Manifesto

Through this experience I learned that though doing extra work is never necessary, but it will benefit you so much in the long run. You can have a really straightforward path to your career, checking off the bullet points you need to obtain a job, but if you do more than what is needed you will get a dream job. After high school and even when I become independent I will continue to have this mindset so later on I will never have to work a day in my life.

Leader Interview

Laurie Audiefield


Styling her customers hair while she makes a conversation with them.

What type of route did this leader take?

  • It was straightforward

    "It was straightforward."

  • It was windy

    "It took a while to figure out."

  • It was circuitous

    "I tried everything."

Leader's Work Life

An average day for my leader goes like this, wake up eat breakfast, go to work and cut the customer's hair and style it to their preference (do that for hours), come home from work and get some rest and if she has time (which she barely does) she spends time with her kids.

Leader's Noise

My leader was not judge as bad as others, she had to work on becoming a hairstylist which takes a lot of work and it came with a few frustrating moments, but today she loves what she is doing and one of the reasons why she continues is because of the compliments she hears as she works.

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Advice from my Leader

Always do extra!

My Cold-Calls

My Cold-Calls

The most important thing is know what you are saying, don't make the conversation sound so scripted, talk like how you would normally talk.

Before and After


I thought you can only find your road from faith or luck, but now I realize that It is how much work you put off more than the people who have a similar goal.