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The Mission of Be the Star You Are!, a not-for- profit corporation, is to provide,  promote and distribute its library of books  and other media to empower women,  families, and youth-at-risk to improve their  daily lives. BE THE STAR YOU ARE! is a 501(c)(3) non profit corporation. All contributions and donations are fully tax- deductible under the law. The Vision of Be the Star You Are! is to help all  women, families, and youth-at-risk, regardless of ethnicity, religion, sex, vocation and avocation overcome obstacles, increase self-esteem and give these people a head start so they can beat the odds.
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Consider This!  Time + Passion=Choice?

https://www.lamorindaweekly.com/archive/issue0524/Consider-This-Time-plus-Passion-equals-Choice.html

Given that we all have exactly 86,400 seconds in a day, how do we know where to invest our hours? For teenagers, making choices and focusing is the sum total of our 1440 minutes. Whether you are a middle schooler choosing classes, a high school senior applying to colleges or a university sophomore declaring your major, prioritizing time is key.