Create a Personal Vision Statement to guide your Career Development Planning.
Maybe the easiest paper you’ve ever written. You can make it up, it just needs to be written as if you were in your late 30s, about to retire from the military (healthcare career field) and possibly start a new career in cyber/information systems. You have two kids 6 and 8 years old. Personal SWOT analysis attached for writer’s reference.

Your five (5) year Personal Development Plan should be written in narrative style in APA format, citing sources in-text and in the Reference Section. Your plan should have these components:

Abstract
Introduction
Your Personal Vision Statement
Your Personal Development Plan

Include complete descriptions for each SMART Goal (SMART Goal #1 – SMART Goal #4, or more)
For each SMART goal, include a description of all of the SMART
elements of the goal in detail, and support each SMART goal in your Plan
with at least two (2) time-bound Objective steps toward achievement of the SMART goal.
Be sure that each SMART goal you include in your Plan is realistic and that you can make a commitment to it.
Include a schedule for regular review and, if necessary, revision or updating of your Plan.
Conclusion
References

Create a Personal Vision Statement to guide your Career Development Planning
Create a Draft of Your Personal Development Plan for the Next Five (5) years.

Create a detailed first draft of your five-year Personal
Development Plan, focused upon your personal vision statement, your
Career goals, and objectives, focusing on your application of skills and
knowledge achieved through your major program of study at Southwestern
College, and using the insights and knowledge from your research from
Units 1, 2, and 3 and your Personal SWOT Analysis.
To create your Draft Personal Development Plan, identify and
create at least four (4) or more, but no more than six (6), SMART
goals. Remember, SMART goals are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-Bound. Accordingly, be sure that each goal addresses each element of the SMART goal, including a timeline for achievement.
Support each SMART goal you create with at least two time-bound Objectives that are necessary to achievement of the SMART goal.
Create a Personal Vision Statement to guide your Career Development Planning
Create a Draft of Your Personal Development Plan for the Next Five (5) years.
Create a detailed first draft of your five-year Personal
Development Plan, focused upon your personal vision statement, your
Career goals, and objectives, focusing on your application of skills and
knowledge achieved through your major program of study at Southwestern
College, and using the insights and knowledge from your research from
Units 1, 2, and 3 and your Personal SWOT Analysis.

To create your Draft Personal Development Plan, identify and
create at least four (4) or more, but no more than six (6), SMART
goals. Remember, SMART goals are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-Bound. Accordingly, be sure that each goal addresses each element of the SMART goal, including a timeline for achievement.

Support each SMART goal you create with at least two time-bound Objectives that are necessary to achievement of the SMART goal.

Requirements:

Prepare a quality, substantive paper that addresses the objectives
of the assignment and the expectations set forth in the grading rubric.
A minimum of 2,500 words excluding the title page and references) is required.
A minimum of five (5) sources of credible evidence pbulsihed within the past 10 years is required.
You must use in-text citation at least once for each of the 5 sources
NOTE: Course materials do not count toward the required minimum, although you are allowed to use them as references.
Use APA style