Finding your career can be difficult. But it is an important part of setting out to enroll in college. After watching this video, you will be able a identify an appropriate career.
- So how do we help you find your career? … Well, I break it into three quadrants … and I call it the Trifecta, … which is your personality, your strengths, … and the classes you like. … So what's your personality? … Well, your personality is really the core … of who you are. … Next we're going to focus on your strengths. … What are you good at? … Even in high school, you know … there are some things you're better at than your peers, … but there are also some things that you're worse at … and a career should be built around your strengths, … not your weaknesses. … Finally, what classes do you like. … When you're in high school, you start realizing … that you have a knack for some classes … and you truly enjoy them, … but you also realize that you're terrible at others … and truly hate them. … High school is a great time to experiment, … take a bunch of classes and figure out … what you want to study for the rest of your life. … Because the truth is if you're really … going to be successful in your career, …
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1. The Perfect Career for You
2. Interviewing Experts
3. Utilizing Scholarships
4. Becoming a Student Investor
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