It's time to take action with this information. In this video, learn how to take the next action and finding a career that is perfect for you.
- All right, so let's talk about action steps. … Number one, make sure you take the personality … and career tests that we have listed … in the PowerPoint below. … This is so important and so powerful. … It does not take that much time. … It will probably take you an hour to finish all the tests. … So sit down, take the test and then take screenshots of them … and pop them into that PowerPoint. … The second thing you need to do is send those emails … and letters and ask people, … hey, I really want you to sit down … and think about what my strengths are. … Well, it's awesome to ask someone in-person these questions, … it's really powerful to get them to write it down, … 'cause it's going to force them to take time … and really think through it. … So create a list of five to 10 people you can send it to. … Once you get those responses back, … see if you can find if there's any similarities … in the strengths. … Maybe everyone says you're amazing at public speaking, … caretaking or science. …
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