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Hello, everyone. My name is J. A. Faulkerson, and I’m the author of Young Achiever Playbook: Planning to Achieve. I released this book in early 2019 in hopes of giving adolescents and young adults some of the tools they will … Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, March 29, 2019 Washington, D.C. – The DMV Youth Leadership Coalition announced today that its April 20, 2019 youth leadership symposium event at the University of Maryland, College Park Stamp Student Union has been cancelled … Continue reading
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, March 22, 2019 Northern Virginia – Author J. A. Faulkerson announced today the release of the first installment in his Young Achiever Playbook series. Young Achiever Playbook: Planning To Achieve offers adolescents and young adults practical … Continue reading
This video moved me because it succinctly encapsulates the message I share in Young Achiever Playbook: Planning To Achieve. A successful life should never be based on what you receive. It should be based on what you give.
How does one plan to achieve? Well, for starters, you have to see it to believe it. After you have allowed the sight of your achievements to become real in your mind, you have to birth them into creation by … Continue reading
Last Saturday, I learned through Facebook that Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt came in third in the 100-meter dash at the International Amateur Athletic Federation’s World Track & Field Championships in London. After reading this news, I immediately clicked over to … Continue reading
Here’s a short Active Parenting 4th Edition video for parents of children ages 5-12 on structuring homework time. Learn more about ACHIEVEMENT SQUARE Development & Training Centers, Inc.’s (FREE) On-Demand Service Options by clicking here.
Here’s a short video about the One World Education model. The organization is based in the Washington, DC/Metro area, and its designed curriculum helps students improve their writing and critical thinking skills.