Everyone has a favorite subject in school that they did well at. In this video, learn how to recall what subjects you really enjoyed in primary school.
- And lastly, let's talk about the classes you like. … I really want you to go deep. … Why do you like them? … Is it just because you have an amazing teacher? … Let's say you love English. … Do you enjoy the research, the speeches … or writing persuasively? … Narrowing this down will be really helpful … when you start thinking about your career. … So once you now narrow down the classes … and why you like them, ask yourself, do I like any jobs … that go with these classes? … For example, you might love history, … but if you don't want to be a history teacher or a lawyer, … there aren't really a ton of other jobs you can do … with a history major. … Too many people go to college … and they decide they love psychology classes. … Well, that's amazing, it's awesome they love the classes, … but the problem is when they graduate, they realize, … wait a second, I don't actually want any of the jobs … that go with psychology. … I just really liked the classes. … All by that time, you spent a lot of time and money …
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