"The first female African American combat pilot, a former captain in the Marine Corps and a successful motivational speaker shares her phenomenal strategies for rocketing to the top in business and in life. Before she was thirty years old, Vernice "FlyGirl" Armour had become a decorated naval aviator, Camp Pendleton's 2001 Female Athlete of the Year and Strongest Warrior winner, the first female African American on Nashville's motorcycle police squad, and a member of the San Diego Sunfire professional women's football team. She's a force to be reckoned with, and she believes that women and men from all walks of life have the potential to achieve her level of success if only they can create the right flight plan. With "Zero to Breakthrough", based on her program, she turns aspiration into action. Armour firmly believes that there is no such thing as a dream out of reach. Integrating concepts like preparation, strategy, courage, legacy, and the importance of high spirits and enthusiasm, "Zero to Breakthrough" helps readers create a sustainable inner force and conviction that result in accomplishing significant goals and becoming an extraordinary member of any business or community. For anyone seeking a more fulfilling life, Armour has the ultimate launchpad"-- Provided by publisher.