Look ahead five years.
Does it mean ''to try to foresee how things will be in five years"?
Last edited by jctgf; 13-Dec-2008 at 02:37.
Re: look ahead
Yes, it does.
'You may be discouraged at how hard you must study now. But look ahead five years. Can you see that it will have been worth it?'
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