Don't burn your bridges" Toni Rogers Strayer University Online Eng090 Professor Hadlock May 5, 2009
Running head: Don't burn you bridges"
Discuss the following Statement and give specific examples to support it. Don't burn your bridges."
Don't burn your bridges is an old say by a Sociologist name albeit. Which is a wise quote and piece of advice. I know god has a plan for all of us are similar to that old say. Don't burn your bridges" generally means don't leave on bad terms like for example a job or relationship etc; like on your last day of work you should go to work early and give 100%. This is how you will be good in supporting the network or organization for the future and be able to use that job for reference or get a good recommendation for another job or career that you want to pursue. Your destination is in control of your life. It's really up to you to make the right decision or choose a path that you want to go to. If you don't give it your all, you will always wonder if you could. You will never know whom you will meet or meet again by making poor decisions in life. By you never being tempted to tell people what you really think of them in a respectful way is another way you don't burn your bridges. Never give up hope and don't expect things to fall in place immediately with a lot of support. Everything takes time, nothing happens over night. The way, I feel about burning your bridges are like the same as saying don't do anything you are going to regret. So no matter what situation you are in you must maintain focus and be determining by having a...