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Purposed by Design

Bright Morning Star Community Consulting is a ministry owned and operated by Willie A. Glaster, Jr., MAPM. This entity started as a religious organization originally established under Bright Morning Star Christian Center in San Antonio, Texas in June 2004.   Below you will my leadership style.  I have grown into the person that I am over the years due to the support of many.  Including my time in the military and I am here for Restoration using A New Lens.

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As a Leader my value Hierarchy is:

 

  1) Respect

  2) Effectiveness

  3) Satisfaction

  4) Growth

  5) Challenge

  6) Impact

  7) Achievement

   

The information, about me, above, has been built from very humble beginnings.  I was born in Miami, FL.  My father was a 20+ year Army man who left our family when I was 10 years old. After which, we were dumped in a small town in Georgia, called Valdosta.  The home of Moody Air Force Base.   This then required that I become the man of the house, which put me in many vulnerable situations.  I suffered through poverty with my mother and 3 other siblings, after losing my younger brother and best friend to cancer after a fall down the stairs. 

My mother immediately started being more physically and emotionally abusive.  This all culminated in us living in a project housing complex with no opportunities for the youth.  There were many times that I didn't want to live.

From ten years old to sixteen years old, I did not eat.  My mother did not buy food often enough so, I worked in cotton fields and tobacco warehouses to buy food for me and my siblings (yes from 10 yrs old).   I then learned to pick pecans to sell in my neighborhood for food money during the summer, because many times school was the only place that I had something to eat.  I walked miles to and from the store to buy groceries with the little money that I made.  I walked miles to and from school because there were no buses that came to our area.  Each year when school started, I was given hand-me-down clothing from church members to wear.  This clothing, many times, was tattered and/or too small.  To cover the holes in my shoes, I wrapped them in electrical tape.   Many times I look back and wonder how I made it.  I can only say now that it was the courage and drive, that God blessed me with.  So, I am here now to support others.

Prime Directive: Purpose

Definition of Success: Contribution and Impact

Battle Cry: Empower and Edify

Business Model: Simple and Replicable

Workplace:  Formal, Functional, Structured

Pace: Slow-Systematic

Priority:  Tasks

Seeks:  Accuracy, Precision

Strengths:  Plan, Systemize, Orchestrate

Lifestyle: Cultured and Refined

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