At Lowell Park in Dixon, IL, Ronald Reagan had a life-changing conversation with his mentor in the summer of 1932.
Lessons from a Remarkable Career
Ronald Reagan's early life was a roller-coaster of new towns, new homes and new schools. His father was an alcoholic who had trouble holding on to a job. So Reagan was forced to look outside his family for role models and mentors. He found them in books, at school, at church and at work and stayed in touch with them throughout their lives.
Reagan graduated from college at the dead bottom of the Depression but that summer he had a life-defining conversation with a mentor that put him on the path to spectacular career success.
Click on the image of Reagan to learn how he navigated challenges and rose to the top of five career paths - sportscaster, actor, union leader, public speaker, statesman. More importantly, learn how you can apply his strategies to your life.
Based on Reagan's Journey - Lessons from a Remarkable Career. The print edition includes pages to help you think through your career and life goals.